President Recep Tayyip Erdogan revealed details of the e-Human project on the eve of the national blockchain summit in Turkey.
With the help of the new system, Turkish public authorities are going to exchange data concerning their services and various tools related to careers and attracting talent. The platform will allow organizations to publish data on services and vacancies. Students and graduates of educational institutions will be able to search on the platform for internship options in public and private companies.
The platform promises the opportunity to get access to educational content and certified distance learning. The Turkish leadership emphasizes that the e-Human project is aimed at increasing the employment opportunities of citizens and their support, and the blockchain technology is designed to ensure secure data storage and transparent tracking.
The Turkish government announced several years ago that it plans to develop a national blockchain-based system, the launch of which was postponed due to the outbreak of the pandemic. In April 2021, the country introduced a ban on the use of crypto assets to pay for goods and services. And in May, Turkish lawmakers proposed tightening control over the crypto market and taxing certain transactions with digital assets.
At the same time, the Turkish market is considered one of the fastest growing. According to Chainalysis, Turkey is among the top twenty countries for accepting cryptocurrencies.