'Explosion' of Ripple (XRP) Jobs Around the World
At the beginning of 2020, Ripple announced 49 job openings worldwide to expand its teams. Ripple is revealing its ambitions for international expansion with this announcement.
An avalanche of job opportunities at Ripple
Ripple, the ‘cryptocurrency of the banks we love to hate’, recently published on its website a list of 49 profiles sought in a wide variety of fields, such as design, customer service and business development. According to the announcement, the 49 job offers were offered across several countries, in this case Japan, Singapore, India, Dubai, Brazil, the UK and the US.
The company has 16 engineering positions up for grabs, whose role will be to develop Ripple’s payment solutions as well as support customers as they integrate its software. Several senior executives are also in demand in San Francisco, London and São Paulo.
Ripple’s list of positions reveals that the company is working hard to encourage the mass adoption of its digital currency, XRP. Xpring, Ripple’s fundraising and development arm responsible for the growth of the XRP ecosystem, has eight job openings.
These include Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Senior Product Manager, Developer Relations VP, Partner Engineer, Senior Infrastructure Engineer, and SDK and Tolls Engineer.
It should be noted that Ripple holds more than half of the existing overall XRP in existence. Recently, a Series C fundraiser raised $200 million, allowing the company’s capital to be upgraded, which is currently estimated at $10 billion.
This recruitment drive is the next logical step in Ripple’s expansion plans.
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