Remote Crypto Jobs are on the rise
The analysis of Google search data, by Cryptojobslist.com, reveals that searches for ‘remote crypto jobs’ surged to over six times the average volume in June, an unprecedented increase in crypto enthusiasts looking for remote working positions amid widespread reports of the market crash. Everyone may be expecting the next big deep recession but the crypto industry continues the recruitment process while many crypto-startups continue to get tens of millions of dollars in fund raising. The best example is the leading crypto-exchange Binance. At the moment, there are 694 vacancies available on the Binance’s official website from blockchain development roles to internships.
Edited by Giannis Rousopoulos
Policy Advisor, Scientific Associate at Hellenic Financial Literacy Institute, MSc (cand.) in Blockchain and Digital Currency, MSc International and European Economics, BA Political Science
The pandemic has accelerated the need for young people to work remotely. Combine this fact with the massive adoption of cryptocurrencies and the perfect combination is created. Remote crypto-jobs.
The decentralized nature of blockchain and the technological literacy of the young generations allows them to seek only remote jobs, in which they can demand high salaries and flexible working hours. Blockchain businesses must continue to prioritize remote operations to stay competitive. It is the ideal method for gaining access to exceptional and qualified people abroad.
The number of blockchain experts are very limited and this gives a great incentive to young professionals to enter the market and gain expertise. The crypto ecosystem is growing at such a fast pace that there is a lot of room for non-tech jobs. This means that you do not need to be a senior developer to start a blockchain career. There are many opportunities in Finance, Operations, Product, Design, Marketing and Customer Support.
If you are looking to get started in the blockchain industry, then developing strong client relationships should be a top priority and address client concerns. Acquiring a professional certification is a good start for someone just starting out. An ecosystem of organization and businesses has already developed that offer high-level certifications for both beginners and advanced crypto-enthusiasts.
By developing strong client relationships, you will be able to better understand their needs and provide them with the services they require. Additionally, you will be able to build trust and credibility, which are essential for success in the blockchain industry.