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Latium Tasking Platform Launches Alpha Version

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Latium, the world’s only tasking platform that blends an AI-based user reputation score with a ‘one-to-many’ task relationship structure, launched the Alpha version of their platform today. Latium provides the unique opportunity for income seekers to earn wages by completing tasks, while employers may hire one person or thousands of people to complete tasks for them. The Alpha launch of the tasking platform, which matches employees with employers in the world, will for the first time, allow users to post tasks and have them completed, while also applying for and completing tasks on their own. Features will be added to the Alpha version up until its Beta release in Q1 of 2018 while finalized production is still on schedule to be completed in Q2 of 2018.”

The release goes on, “Latium is the only tasking platform that uses a proprietary artificial intelligence algorithm to assign reputation scores to both employers and employees, providing a quantitative, unbiased quality assurance system for all users. In addition, Latium maximizes earning potential for task-doers, by gamifying and localizing task opportunities for users. ‘We are very happy to deliver our first release on schedule,’ said Latium Co-Founder and CEO, David Johnson. ‘This industry is full of great ideas that never see the light of day. I am very proud of everyone on the team for ensuring Latium is not just an idea but a reality.’ …Latium LATX will be the exclusive form of payment for workers and employers on the platform. With their ongoing general token sale, users looking to get involved can purchase LATX from the Latium website.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Latium

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