Visa, one of the largest financial companies in the world, is currently hiring a software engineer with cryptocurrency and blockchain knowledge. The new job position has been published by VISA on its USA page.
Visa Hires New Blockchain Expert
Companies around the world are starting to work with distributed ledger technology (DLT) and cryptocurrencies. VISA is moving forward by hiring a new Senior Software Engineer with crypto and blockchain knowledge.
As per the job description, VISA is working on blockchain technology and it wants to add new talents to their team in Foster City, CA. The selected individual will be building POC’s leveraging internal infrastructure and data, and partnering with Product on implementation strategy.
They are also interested in an expert developer with experience in the cryptocurrency and blockchain market.
On the mater, they wrote:
“We’re seeking a strong developer experienced with Ethereum and blockchain architecture to be a part of a team tasked with building distributed applications. Our ideal candidate has built and released distributed applications, has worked with the Ripple, R3, Ethereum and/or Bitcoin blockchain and has experience with Solidity.”
The main responsibilities for this engineer will be to lead several blockchain initiatives, direct client exposure, write code, work on blockchain proof of concepts, and monitor blockchain technologies as well. Interestingly, the expert will also have to maintain the firm’s relationship with the Hyperledger initiative.
VISA is hiring
Sr. Software Engineer
Our ideal candidate has built and released distributed
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— 𝗕𝗮𝗻𝗸 𝑿𝑹𝑷 (@BankXRP) May 9, 2019
VISA and other companies in the traditional financial world are trying to implement different blockchain solutions to improve their services and products and be able to compete with new startups and companies that have entered the space. As digital currencies and distributed ledger technology (DLT) solutions expanded, traditional financial companies must now improve their systems as well.