HUMAN Protocol launched the full release of HUMAN App. The app has 200,000 registered users. HUMAN Protocol has recently launched …Read More…

HUMAN Protocol launched the full release of HUMAN App.
The app has 200,000 registered users.

HUMAN Protocol has recently launched the full release of the HUMAN App–a web-based application that shows how published works in the Protocol can be completed and accessed by distributed workforces.

With 200,000 registered users, the HUMAN App is a gateway to work that is processed on the Protocol. Users use the app to accomplish data-labeling tasks and in exchange for their efforts, they are rewarded HMT tokens for each successful work.

Not only is it a functional product, but also serves as a complete open-source implementation that allows users on the HUMAN platform to create their own solutions.

At present, the HUMAN App runs on Polygon–which processes withdrawals–and Ethereum networks. In addition, it is a requirement for users to enter a Matic wallet address to withdraw their earned coins.

Moreover, only verified accounts can initiate withdrawals. To have a verified account, users must do it through a third-party identification solution called Civic. Once set up, it can be linked to their HUMAN App accounts by following on-screen instructions. Furthermore, HUMAN Protocol Technology Director Harjyot Singh stated:

The HUMAN App showcases what is possible through HUMAN Protocol: hundreds of thousands of users all completing work on the same network via a simple interface that serves as an access point to the permissionless job markets the Protocol enables. We’re thrilled with the success of the beta version and our community’s interest in it, and are excited to deliver this major milestone.

Consequently, users should anticipate new updates and more tasks to be added to the HUMAN Application over time.

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