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October 30, 2017, 09:18:28 AM
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According to the latest surveys, fintech and digital market jobs are currently growing in quantity. As the chief executive of Freelancer explained to CNBC, “people are getting freelancers to design new types of cryptocurrencies”. Matthew Barrie tells that his company analysts have seen an 82% jump in jobs and positions connected with digital currencies and Bitcoin.

Another notable example of the current market’s demand for fintech is the entertaining news about the British company with assets lately rising in price over 300%. How to do this? Turns out if you add “Blockchain” at the end of the company name, the investors will become much more interested.

Meanwhile in Russia, the outlet called Vedomosti reports that...Read more
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October 30, 2017, 09:31:24 AM
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This is the after effect of bitcoin. As you can see, signature campaigns here are the main source of our bitcoin, you if you are going to look outside, opportunity are boundless and limitless. Specially IT software developers who understands how to create new coins or fork a new coins out of the old. Next year this will be in the top 5 sought after jobs, as we all know that blockchain technology will encompass a lot of field so it makes sense that a lot of company will seek experts to help them implement blockchain to replace their legacy systems.

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October 30, 2017, 10:49:46 AM
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To be honest that scares me the globalization of the blockchain. In fact, nobody knows where it will lead. Still nobody knows who is hiding under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. Perhaps in the blockchain has a weak spot the developers will ever get the power over all the computers and technology has access to the blockchain.

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October 30, 2017, 02:00:49 PM
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According to the latest surveys, fintech and digital market jobs are currently growing in quantity. As the chief executive of Freelancer explained to CNBC, “people are getting freelancers to design new types of cryptocurrencies”. Matthew Barrie tells that his company analysts have seen an 82% jump in jobs and positions connected with digital currencies and Bitcoin.

Another notable example of the current market’s demand for fintech is the entertaining news about the British company with assets lately rising in price over 300%. How to do this? Turns out if you add “Blockchain” at the end of the company name, the investors will become much more interested.

Meanwhile in Russia, the outlet called Vedomosti reports that...Read more

Well this is great news! And to add, Bitcoin has not only provided fixed jobs but also an extra income for those who already have other regular jobs. For example, in my case, Bitcoin has provided me extra income by joining signature campaigns. Aside from my regular work in sales, I use my spare time to do Bitcoin activities like signature campaign and gain Bitcoins once in a week. It's like a part time job that I can do whenever I am free and I can do it even in just my mobile phone.

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October 30, 2017, 03:10:42 PM
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Let's put it this way, a lot of people are working in the informal job opportunities that are created by Bitcoin. A lot of people

run successful websites, for example Faucets, Online Gambling sites, Porn sites and markets on OpenBazaar that accepted

Bitcoin as a payment method. We also have more formal jobs at Bitcoin exchanges and Wallet providers and people working

for Payment processors.  Grin


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