As Crypto Companies Keep Downsizing Their Workforce, TRON is Hiring More Team Members
TRON has broken through the top 10 list of cryptocurrencies and currently sits at number 8. It is estimated that before this year ends, they will be comfortably sitting at the number 4 position just trailing Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP.
Even Weiss Ratings, who generally give TRON a hard time acknowledged that it has been doing great recently.
We might give #TRON a hard time every now and then, but give credit where credit is due: The #TRX/USD pair is the most bullish looking chart of any top 10 project right now. The popularity of this project cannot be denied. #BTC #altcoins #bitcoin #crypto #cryptocurrency
— Weiss Crypto Ratings (@WeissCrypto) January 25, 2019
Even though many crypto companies are downsizing their workforce, TRON keeps on hiring more. They have recently released a list of 7 open positions in different domains. The open positions are for Business Development, DevOps Engineer, Engineering Manager, Full Stack Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Software Engineer, and Financial Accountant.
A spokesman for TRON, Cliff Edwards said:
“Virtually every CEO under the sun, and certainly every one I’ve worked with, has had an executive assistant. Whether the CEO has an accountant is the CEO’s business alone.”
He was later asked if this meant the accountant would be paid by Justin himself, rather than by TRON foundation. He responded by saying
“since Tron is self-funded by Justin, the two are essentially one and the same, although the duties obviously would be in the service of Tron activities.”
“We are keeping the business growing because we are executing. Companies that are not executing, or that have poorly formed business plans, are retrenching and/or laying off staff.”
Some days ago, Tron took the decision to hire a former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) official. The intention is to show that cryptocurrencies are not scams. Furthermore, this new individual would be able to help Tron have better contact with regulatory agencies. They took it a step further by placing that attorney as their first Chief Compliance Officer. Attorney David Labhart will also act as a co-general counsel at TRON.