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.
Kraken has opened the floor up to LinkedIn in its search for a new board member, although the job posting is suspiciously scant on details.
Blockchain is becoming central to so many industries, so much so that a recent study found it to be the most in-demand skill sought by employers in 2020.
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.
Blockchain jobs have been rising, with more employers advertising posts in their firms, but the number of applicants is not rising fast enough to meet demand.
Facebook and Twitter recently banned ICO ads from their social media platforms, mainly due to fears over backlash if something were to go wrong (such as a $13-million pyramid scam). LinkedIn co-founder Eric Ly, however, believes the ban will be lifted once regulatory issues are better defined.
Harshita Arora had developed her Crypto Price Tracker app and launched it on the Apple App Store in January. It received a highly positive response and a rating of 4.7 out of the 49 reviews left by users.