In a recent news story, professional site major – LinkedIn has ranked cryptocurrency wallet provider and data firm Blockchain.com (erstwhile known as Blockchain.info) in its top ten most “sought-after” U.K. Startup employers in new listings on 30th September.
Based on the list, as it features 25 UK-based startup companies amongst which Blockchain.com created the grade at number 9 whereas financial disruptors took two of the three poll positions in the entire rankings.
Further elaborating more about its attributes, LinkedIn emphasis Blockchain.com’s “benefits such as free food and flexible working,” unlimited holiday policy with a bonus scheme for employees paid through Bitcoin (BTC).
Speaking further to the subject matter, executives on Social media noted the announcement consistent with a considerable hiring spree to support the company’s current 110 staff.
However, Blockchain was not able to be seen in 2017’s Top 25 List but it has grown a lot recently. With this, the 2017 list is believed to focus more on fiat-based entities that also included remittance service namely TransferWise at number 12.
Amid this, LinkedIn’s the U.S. top startups list published at the beginning of September circulated further good news for the cryptocurrency industry whereas exchange and wallet provider Coinbase entering the top three rank.
Though there are mixed of opinions of the business within the industry itself, Coinbase (a digital currency exchange) has observed significant success with consumers, likewise increasing its employee numbers while making obvious hires for its legal team last month!!