Blockchain firm Ripple is looking for a director of engineering to lead the team building its open-source developer services for payments platform RippleX.
- In a blog post, Ripple said it is looking for an engineer to expand the infrastructure that supports technologies such as XRPL as well as other developer tools and services.
- The role involves shipping products that make it easier for its developers to actualize the future of the "Internet of Value," which is a concept proposed by Ripple where value is transferred as easily as data.
- Ripple has been expanding its services, on Jan. 15 Ripple inked a deal with a Malaysian money transfer business and Bangladesh’s largest mobile financial services provider to enable a remittance corridor between the two countries.
- Malaysia’s Mobile Money and Bangladesh’s bKash will leverage Ripple’s global payments network, RippleNet, for wallet-to-wallet transactions.
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