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Facebook is hiring 22 people for its secretive blockchain division

25/03/2019

The fact that Facebook is working on its own cryptocurrency and blockchain applications is no longer a secret – so it’s not surprising the company is looking to grow its distributed ledger division. The social media giant already has a 50-strong team squirreled away in a secretive corner of its Menlo Park head...
The fact that Facebook is working on its own cryptocurrency and blockchain applications is no longer a secret – so it’s not surprising the company is looking to grow its distributed ledger division. The social media giant already has a 50-strong team squirreled away in a secretive corner of its Menlo Park head offices. Yet, going by the number of job postings on its careers page, it’s showing no signs of letting up, adding to the hires it made late last year. At the time of writing, there are 22 blockchain-related job postings on Facebook’s LinkedIn page. Here’s what the company’s… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook The fact that Facebook is working on its own cryptocurrency and blockchain applications is no longer a secret – so it’s not surprising the company is looking to grow its distributed ledger division. The social media giant already has a 50-strong team squirreled away in a secretive corner of its Menlo Park head offices. Yet, going by the number of job postings on its careers page, it’s showing no signs of letting up, adding to the hires it made late last year. At the time of writing, there are 22 blockchain-related job postings on Facebook’s LinkedIn page. Here’s what the company’s… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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