We have all gone through the tedious and nerve-racking process of getting a job, especially one that suits your interests. That is why Anthony Pompliano has launched a website for those looking for work in the crypto industry.
Do you want to work in the crypto market? Here you can find opportunities!
Today Anthony Pompliano announced to his crypto community the new website aimed at incorporating the largest number of talents into the crypto world.
Therefore, at PompCryptoJobs.com you can find job offers to join the crypto industry through Gemini, Coinbase and BlockFi. Altogether, the page offers more than 100 job positions.
Thus, Pompliano considered it necessary to establish a site where the best crypto companies could meet the great talents available who want to enter the crypto world.
“The idea is to simplify the job search for people looking to transition to crypto, while drastically reducing friction for companies to find the best possible candidates,” Pompliano explained.
A new crypto fund lands on the Toronto Stock Exchange
Ninepoint has completed an initial public offering for its Canadian $ 230 million Bitcoin trust, and this is the largest amount raised for a Bitcoin trust in Canada to date.
Like other funds that we know of in the crypto market, its objective will be to give the user the opportunity to access crypto without having to store it.
Public companies own more than $ 3.6 billion in Bitcoin
Technology researcher Kevin Rooke today revealed the results of his latest research on Twitter.
Therefore, according to Rooke, public companies now have more than $ 3.6 billion in the leading crypto after a 400% increase over the past 12 months.
So, Rooke explained what «andLast year, public companies had less than 20,000 BTC on their balance sheets. Today, 19 public companies have 105,837 BTC on their balance sheets, valued at more than $ 3.6 billion.
In a few lines …
- Larry Link, CEO of Blackrock, referred to the leading crypto as a volatile asset within “a very small market.”
- Bitmain issued a crypto statement that, according to The Block, assured its clients that their operations will resume normally; this after the departure of former president and CEO Jihan Wu.
- Ripple Labs faces another lawsuit, now civil, alleging that the firm violated securities laws in the United States.
- Miami now houses the Bitcoin Whitepaper on their website.