PayPal would be offering jobs to cryptocurrency and blockchain experts. The news feeds the rumors of the next launch of a service to buy and sell cryptocurrencies.
The news that began circulating Monday night has sparked excitement in the cryptocurrency community and markets, as evidenced by the increase sudden in bitcoin price. As usual, BTC has brought the industry out of boredom in recent days showing positive signs.
To add to the mystery, it was deleted the job ad for a cryptocurrency expert. However, prior to the removal, it was clear that PayPal was looking for someone who could design, develop, and maintain crypto-related services.
At the moment, the link redirects to the page with all the vacancies, so the right person was probably removed or found.
The other ad, which still It is online, aims to find an expert who is assigned to a strategic group to integrate the blockchain into PayPal, taking advantage of the potential of both. There is also a request to develop pilot projects for the application of blockchain technology.
The indicated job location is in San Jose, California.
Why does PayPal tackle the cryptocurrency cart?
Job ads show rumors about the possible entry of PayPal into the world of cryptocurrencies they are far from unfounded. To date, the US company has neither confirmed nor denied it. As usual, a non-disclosure indicates that the news is true.
It will take some time, a few months, to see the launch of the cryptocurrency trade not only on PayPal but also on Venmo, the other company owned by PayPal, focused on payments through the application. The rumors spoke of a launch in fall, maybe earlier.
The adoption of cryptocurrencies as a means of instant payment could not escape an industry giant like PayPal. With its 325 million active users, this "marriage" could lead to a breakthrough for the cryptocurrency industry, which would venture, this time for real, towards widespread adoption.