According to a recent research on June 17, by cryptojobslist.com, large and small businesses have listed over 500 crypto-related jobs in the previous seven days. The website searched job postings on the employment network Indeed to find vacant openings in the crypto business.
Despite recent layoffs, hundreds of new jobs related to cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are planned to be added by multiple companies and startup ventures.
Binance exchange CEO Changpeng Zhao revealed on Twitter on Wednesday that the business is recruiting for 2,000 unfilled jobs. Zhao stated in the tweet that it was “not simple a few months ago to say no to Super Bowl advertisements, stadium naming rights, and major sponsor agreements.”
The blockchain is currently being used for making international transactions, storing land records, and also proving identity. Deloitte, a global professional services firm, recently posted the most jobs. The majority of the jobs posted are for remote work. Postings for jobs in blockchain are rising across industries, including human resources, legal, public relations, and information technology.
Since the crypto market entered a protracted bear market early this spring, many companies have officially laid off over 1,500 employees. Coinbase, a publicly listed cryptocurrency exchange, laid off the most personnel, citing a layoff of around 1,100 individuals on June 14.