Is the fictional character Mike Ross in Suits far from today’s reality?

Suits is an American legal drama television series which is focusing on the talented college dropout Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams), who initially works as a law associate for Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), despite never actually having attended law school.
Even from the first season, Mike Ross, the main character, through a series of unfortunate events, ends up having an interview for an associate position at one of the biggest law firms from the city even though Mike doesn’t have a licence to practice law.
Now paint the same scenario in our day to day life. With nearly 12% of the candidates falsifying their qualifications in the CVs, this can happen to any employer anywhere, anytime.
Futarium using blockchain technology will provide a document fraud prevention system. The documents will be blockchain verified. This will save the educational institutes millions spent by them on fraud prevention. Any fake certificate or document has a potential for huge reputation damage not only to the education providers but also to the employers who unknowingly recruit employees using fraudulent documents.
If the employer of Mike Ross would’ve had the Futarium system in place, the season would have only last one episode!

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