The large US investment bank JPMorgan is stepping up its blockchain recruiting by posting a flood of new blockchain-related applications.
JPMorgan has opened multiple positions to continue its global blockchain development efforts, including job postings for software developers, engineers, marketers and auditors with a focus on blockchain. According to the company’s open positions on LinkedIn, many of these new blockchain-related jobs have been posted in the past few days.
New job postings are seeking blockchain talent in multiple JPMorgan offices around the world including the US, Singapore, India, Hong Kong, UK and more. In the United States alone, the company has posted more than 30 such vacancies in the past seven days.
Several applications specifically target talent for JPMorgan’s digital currency-focused Onyx division and Liink, the company’s proprietary blockchain-based interbank data network. Onyx was launched last October and focuses on JPMorgan Chase’s in-house stablecoin called JPM Coin.
One of the newly opened positions, a software engineer for blockchain platforms in Jersey City, New Jersey, is looking for experts who specialize in blockchain security technology, proof-of-stake algorithms, and experience with major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and ether (ETH).
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The new job postings come soon after JPMorgan analysts forecast that Ethereum’s imminent transition from proof-of-work to proof-of-stake will drive crypto-yielding adoption around the world, potentially leading to a 40% staking rally Billions of US dollars will lead by 2025 Bitcoin has the potential to become an attractive alternative to gold and to exceed the price mark of 140,000 US dollars for a long time.
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