Fidelity Digital Assets Is Hiring More Crypto Engineers

Fidelity said it wants to improve bitcoin custody and executive services and build products to "support the ecosystem."

AccessTimeIconNov 5, 2020 at 8:03 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 10:27 a.m. UTC

Fidelity Digital Assets is hiring over 20 engineers in a new push to expand the investing giant's footprint in the cryptocurrency space.

  • Exactly what the new hires will be building was unclear in Fidelity's Wednesday announcement.
  • The post mentioned Fidelity is "improving upon our existing bitcoin custody and execution services" and building new products to "support the ecosystem."
  • Two Digital Asset positions were added to Fidelity's job board Thursday: a principal data engineer and a senior engineering manager. Eight other digital assets posts were listed on the job board as of press time.
  • Hiring will occur over the next several months, Fidelity said.

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