The role of blockchain developer has leaped straight to the top of LinkedIn's list of emerging jobs for 2018.
Facebook is advertising five job openings for blockchain talent across the areas of data science, coding and marketing.
Interest from both employers and job seekers in blockchain and cryptocurrency-related jobs has declined in the past year, Indeed.com data indicates.
China's central bank is looking to recruit blockchain tech and legal experts as it continues development of a yuan-based digital currency.
Crypto industry unicorn Coinbase has aggressive growth plans for its newly opened New York office, which caters to institutional clients.
A high-level government media censor in China wants to hire a cryptographer with expertise in blockchain technology.
Florida's chief financial officer has created a new "crypto czar" to oversee regulation of the cryptocurrency and ICO space.
Data from Indeed.com suggests that jobseekers' interest in cryptocurrency-related jobs dropped alongside declines in prices.
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The number of blockchain jobs posted this year increased by 207 percent, according to data provided to CoinDesk from Indeed.com.