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In this week’s episode, Lauren & Rob sit down with KarmaCheck‘s co-founder, Eric Ly.  Eric & KarmaCheck are on a mission to reduce waste and speed up the onboarding process using the blockchain.

Eric & the crew set out to define some key concepts around the blockchain, web3, & NFTs and how this all pertains to the Staffing Industry. Specifically how it will improve the background check & likely credentialing experience for our candidates.

The trio also covers:

  • why the truth matters and blockchain technology helps…think immutability
  • the community being built around blockchains & metaverses
  • The Ethereum merge

This episode is brought to you by Leap Consulting Solutions & Kyloe Partners.

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About Eric Ly
Eric Ly is the Founder & CEO of KarmaCheck, a first-of-its-kind company that uses data-driven technology to bring truth, speed, and efficiency to background checks.  Ly is the cofounder of LinkedIn, a social networking platform, where he served as the chief technology officer. Ly helped launch LinkedIn from a strategic perspective and assisted with the architecture and implementation of specific aspects of the networking and search algorithms. Ly even acted as the vice president of desktop, building a team of professionals to lead the desktop integrations. Ly attended Stanford University, where he earned his bachelor of science in symbolic systems, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he earned his master of science in media arts and sciences. After earning his MS, Ly returned to Stanford to pursue a Ph.D. in computer science. After co-founding LinkedIn, Ly founded Presdo, Hub, KarmaCheck, and several other companies.

About KarmaCheck
From background checks to employment and identity verification, KarmaCheck is the new truth layer for the Internet. Using best-in-class, proprietary technology, and a candidate-centric model, KarmaCheck helps companies hire more efficiently and allows individuals to own their identities. Visit to learn more.