I was reading the Triplebyte FAQs page, when I saw this:
# What's a Triplebyte badge and what's a Triplebyte certificate? How do I earn them? * 11 days ago * Updated ### What's a Triplebyte badge and what's a Triplebyte certificate? How do I earn them? Triplebyte badges and certificates are data-driven indicators of your technical skills. They are skills-based credentials earned by successfully completing our background-blind technical assessments. You will earn a **Triplebyte badge** when you complete one of our technical quizzes with a strong result. Each quiz track has its own associated badge. * If you score in the 60-80th percentile, you will be issued a "skilled” badge. * If you score in the 80-100th percentile, you will be issued a "professional” badge. You will earn a **Triplebyte certificate** when you score in the 60th or higher percentile on our two-hour interview. This is an even more impressive accomplishment than a badge, since only the top quiz-passers are invited to take our two-hour interview. Similarly to badges, each two-hour interview track has its own associated certificate. Your percentile is determined by comparing your score against a benchmark of other engineers who took the same assessment on our platform. ### What can I do with my Triplebyte badge / certificate? First of all, congratulations! You display strong technical skill in your area(s) of specialization. Our badges and certificates signal that your technical skills have been measurably verified via our background-blind assessments. We suggest adding them to your resume, since they are a quick and clear way to demonstrate to recruiters and hiring managers that you are a highly qualified engineer in your area(s) of specialization. You can also add your certificate to your professional profiles like LinkedIn and GitHub.
I assume that this is a new and unfinished feature, as I can’t find any trace of the certificate or badge on the website?