Coinspeaker is Launching Bitcoin Jobs Section

Coinspeaker has teamed up with online recruitment platform Tyba to create a bitcoin job section on the company’s website.

Photo: Siarhei Karotki/CoinSpeaker

Photo: Siarhei Karotki/CoinSpeaker

Coinspeaker has launched a new bitcoin job section on its website through partnership with an online recruitment platform, called Tyba. The company specializes on matching talented professionals with job opportunities at digital currency startups in Europe.

Coinspeaker will now help leading bitcoin companies to find ideal and talented professionals from all over the world to join their teams. Currently, there are 8 bitcoin job openings, including those from Cubits and Paymill.

Paymill is an online payment solutions provider that was opened in Munich in 2012. It is committed to deliver the easiest payment experience to its customers in European countries. The company allows its users to make transactions using up to 100 various currencies. Moreover, Paymill operates in over 40 countries and is backed by prominent international investors.

The company is seeking for new team member with relevant degree with focus on interaction design, information design, communication design, graphic design or a similar qualification for a position of User Experience Manager.

Another German bitcoin startup, called Cubits, is a platform that enables its users to sell, buy and accept the digital currency. Besides, the customers can keep 17 different currencies at a time. The company is aimed at making bitcoin easily accessible to everyone all over the world. Cubits is now in search for Senior Ruby Backend Engineer, who will be responsible for architecting, designing and developing new features, tools and applications.

The Coinspeaker job section also includes vacancies from FinLeap,, Coindesk and Invesdor.

Nowadays, the leading tech companies are getting more interested in the bitcoin industry. Thus, IBM is said to be developing a digital payment system for traditional currencies based on the blockchain technologies.

Californian multinational corporation, Intel, has also shown interest in the bitcoin industry after posting a bitcoin-related job advertisement. The company is currently in search of a cryptographic researcher to become a part of its Special Innovation Projects Group within Intel Labs.

“The Special Innovation Projects group within Intel Labs is looking for a researcher to investigate hardware and software capabilities that advance the performance, robustness, and scalability of open, decentralized ledgers,” the post reads.

The current tendency of paying employees in bitcoin is steadily growing all over the world. The major bitcoin startups prefer to use the digital currency for making payments to their staff.

The popular website, which offers jobs that pay in virtual currency, is Coinality. Opened in 2013, the company has already listed hundreds of bitcoin job advertisements.

According to LinkedIn statistics, the majority of bitcoin-related job offerings come from the United States, particularly, from Silicon Valley. About 40% of cryptocurrency professionals are based in California. The state is followed by New York and Texas, which also include a large number of bitcoin workers.

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We are happy to further develop our site and are going to add Bitcoin Deals, Bitcoin Price Index and Newsletter sections in the near future. Additionally, we are currently working on the responsive mobile version of the website that will be available both on iOS and Android devices.

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