Yugonova is bringing to market a payment solution enabling people to easily create distributed teams online, accept and distribute payments, and present their capabilities to potential employers and clients.
We believe that the future of the labor industry belongs to freelancing and job sharing.
With help from our team, community and partners, these are the key milestones we are looking forward to achieve in the upcoming months.
Yugonova wins two awards at CESA.
Yugonova wins one award at SEE-IT Award 2018
Yugonova is changing its focus to hassle-free payments.
First version of our MVP is ready for BTC payments.
Yugonova is a startup launched by a group of professionals from former Yugoslavian countries.
With the increase of robotics and automation, the nature of work is rapidly changing. Jobs as we know them today will not be the jobs of tomorrow. Majority of people will be freelancing in the upcoming decade. Freelancers and non-freelancers alike prioritize lifestyle over earnings, according to FIA. Millennials want more freedom to decide when and where they work and other generations want more compensation more for their experience.
Yet, accepting payments is one of the main issues for freelancers and they often report consistent problems with getting paid on time. Furthermore, if you work within a team, there is always a time-consuming process related to introducing clients to the team and making multiple payments to people in different countries with different payment preferences. Therefore, Yugonova is developing a payment and team management solution for cryptocurrency and fiat payments which provides safety, reduces friction, and helps freelancers and employers efficiently trade services for capital.
Yugonova is already working with industry experts with experience from major companies and institutions such as Societe Generale Bank, Dash, UNDP, Google etc.
A direct opportunity for a new revenue stream by partnering with Yugonova.
Tools to efficiently present your talent and get compensated for your hard work.
Easily assess the potential hires and make the necessary payments via a single checkout.
Discover more opportunities and connect with established freelancing teams on the market.
We believe in
Fast and Reliable Payments
Borderless World Economy
Job sharing and Collaboration
Accept and make payments in different international currencies, both fiat and crypto.
Select your preferences and easily distribute payments among your team members.
Define project milestones and protect your work with Yugonova escrow service.
Efficiently present your skills and achievement to potential clients with a team resume.
Co-founder of Sixpence Crowdfunding, Founder of Veles.co.
Serial entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Co-founder at GliaLab, AI company supported by NVIDIA and Google.
Ambassador at Central European Startup Awards.
Experience building complex software solutions.
More than 10 years of experience.
Lead of development
Skilful full stack developer.
Experience coming from companies like UpConfig.
Software developer at Gamecredits, a successful blockchain company.
Worked on development of Lemon.mail at DEVANA.
Venture Partner at Contrary Capital & Founder at Skate 4 Africa.
Advisor at African Blockchain Initiative.
Partner at Icarus Int. Served as a consultant to UNDP, Siemens, Pfizer
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer ('13-'15).
Business development at Aeternity Ventures, investment fund.
Former investment manager at hub:raum.
London Co-Director at Startup Grind & Founder at Supreme Factory.
Blockchain advisor to numerous governments.
Emira M. Mandić
20 years of leadership experience in non-profit organizations like WWF.
Member of the Rotary Club in Serbia.
Research & Analysis
Country Manager at Dash Digital Cash, one of the leading cryptocurrencies.
Co-founder of Binfluence.rs organization.
An award-winning educator, author and seasoned copywriter.
Growth projects for Apple and Shell.
Software engineer at Improbable, a startup that raised 512M in funding.
Freelancing is a growing industry across the globe. In 2017, 57.3 million Americans were freelancing (36 percent of the U.S. workforce) and contributed approximately $1.4 trillion to the economy (Upwork/Freelance). This number has been growing ever since. It is projected that more than 80% of people will be freelancing in the upcoming decade.
Absolutely. In order to work on the mainstream adoption of digital payments, we need to enable online and brick-and-mortar sellers and service providers to accept payments in different cryptocurrencies without any pain points associated with the price and liquidity of these digital assets.
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