In India, people invest more in cryptocurrency, so the process is being made easier. For this, different crypto exchange companies are bumper hiring.
In view of the increasing demand for cryptocurrency worldwide, efforts are being made to bring it to India on a large scale. This is the reason for the recruitment of talent people are going to be done in it. For this, employees will be given double the salary. Hiring will be done as soon as possible to increase the growth of cryptocurrency by 200 percent on the Indian Stock Exchange, this will increase jobs in India. The registration work is going on to keep the employees.
In India, the former Google Pay Manager has been given the responsibility of supervising the staff and other things to be kept for working on the cryptocurrency exchange. Coinbase hired him. At the same time, other crypto exchange companies are also fast forming teams. They are recruiting people who know the nuances of public policy, technical developers and business.
According to the TOI report, CoinDCX doubled its workforce in September 2020 to March 2021. At the same time, WazirX has also expanded the team to 35 people in December, 2021 to 110 by April 2021. Company CEO Nischal Shetty says, “We have no objection to paying 30% to 80% or even 100%. We are looking for talented people who do great work. He also said that our ever-growing user base has ease of buying and selling in cryptocurrencies, so there is a need for skilled software developers who can simplify this task.
To this, CoinDCX Human Resources Director Mudita Chauhan said, “We are hiring a large number of people and we keep an average of 15 members on different teams every month. Hiring is very important at the technical level, as we are trying to improve our product range apart from marketing and communication. By the end of the year 2021, the company has decided to have more than 200 employees in CoinDCX.
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