Acknowledging the infinite possibilities in Web3, JPMorgan is venturing into the digital space to boost its footprint in the fintech industry while widening its reach by servicing digital asset clients.
Job postings related to Bitcoin, blockchain, and other related roles saw the highest surge in 2021 as over $30 billion flowed into the sector, according to LinkedIn.
Job postings related to digital currencies and blockchain have shot up in India, with data by Indeed showing 37% and 76% rise in supply and demand, respectively.
The blockchain industry continues to rank as one of the best to work in, with new opportunities cropping up every day. And now, getting your next job in blockchain is as easy as visiting Bitcoin Association’s jobs board.
The job post outlines that the company is seeking someone with at least 10 years of experience in the field, of which at least five should have been served “with alternative payment providers.”
Bitcoin Association launched the jobs board in early March and it was soon filled with exciting opportunities for developers, product managers, analysts, UX designers and more.
The jobs board allows employers in blockchain and bitcoin to post listings for career opportunities, and has fast become the place to go for learning of new vacancies in Bitcoin development.
The Bitcoin Association has made it easier to find work opportunities in the blockchain and digital currency space via its jobs board page.
PayPal is on the hunt for digital currency experts to join its team at a time when the news of its possible digital currency integration have grabbed headlines.
Blockchain is the most in-demand hard skill for 2020, a LinkedIn study has found, beating cloud computing, AI and more. The US, UK and France lead in demand.
Africa’s blockchain jobs market has been under the radar, mostly because the number of firms pursuing blockchain projects isn’t all that high.