The issues most commonly faced by both sides of the table haven't changed much in over two decades of freelancing.
The difficulty freelancers experience in getting consistently paid on time remains at the top of the list.
Employees are sure they'll receive their monthly salary. As it's one of their company's core responsibilities, the payment process is recurring and automated.
In opposition, for a freelancer to get paid, their client has to produce an effort outside of their daily habits. That makes the payment a one-off and manual process.
In practice, this changes everything.
A day in a freelancer's life
That's what we're set out to do with Freelancer Protocol, through a simple process:
This means both sides:
manage their risk
enjoy relative outcome and timing certainty