Browsing the "Employment" Tag

Three of Ireland’s ‘Big Four’ Banks Using Blockchain to Verify Staff Credentials

| Yogita Khatri

Bank of Ireland, AIB and Ulster Bank, are using a Deloitte blockchain system to verify and track employees' credentials.

ConsenSys Launches ‘Jobs Kit’ to Help Devs Enter the Blockchain Industry

| Yogita Khatri

Ethereum development studio ConsenSys has launched a blockchain “job kit” to guide developers wishing to enter the growing blockchain space.

Sirin Labs Lays Off 25% of Staff Amid Poor Blockchain Phone Sales

| Daniel Palmer

Israel-based Sirin Labs has laid off a quarter of its workforce, saying sales of its Finney phone are lower than expected.

Coinbase Exec Dan Romero Leaving Crypto Exchange After 5 Years

| Yogita Khatri

Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is losing another executive – this time its vice president for international business, Dan Romero.

Coinbase Tops JPMorgan in LinkedIn List of Most Popular Employers

| Yogita Khatri

Crypto exchange Coinbase has ranked above investment banking giant JPMorgan in LinkedIn’s top 50 U.S. employers list for 2019.

‘Big Four’ Consulting Firms Dominate Blockchain Jobs Market, Says Indeed

| Daniel Palmer

Deloitte, KPMG and EY are all in the top five when it comes to posting blockchain and crypto job ads in the U.S., according to Indeed.com data.

Facebook’s Blockchain Hiring Spree Continues With 5 New Job Postings

| Ian Allison

Social media behemoth Facebook is advertising for five more blockchain-related positions – adding to the 20 posted by the company in recent weeks.

Crypto Exchange Bithumb to Reduce Staff By Up to 50%

| Daniel Palmer

Bithumb, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in South Korea, is halving its staffing levels through voluntary redundancies.

Facebook Blockchain Job Openings Top 20 Amid Staffing Spree

| Anna Baydakova

Facebook's careers website now lists 20 open positions related to blockchain technology in a wide range of areas.

Dash Core Group to Lay Off Staff in ‘Crypto Winter’ Cost-Cutting Effort

| Yogita Khatri

The company behind cryptocurrency project Dash is to reduce its staffing levels in a cost-cutting effort brought on by the bear market.