Demand Raises in Blockchain Based Jobs in India
There has been a considerable rise in the recruitment of skilled professionals in Blockchain based startups and companies in India.
Although the legal status of cryptocurrencies is still unsteady in India, there has been high demand for blockchain based skilled professionals in India. If you are looking for a bright career in blockchain and cryptocurrency, India is the place, and there are a large number of crypto-related jobs in the major cities of India. Also India’s educational institute Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT-B) recently signed agreements with the famous US-based Ripple labs inc., to create a centre of excellence which will support the academic research, technical development and innovation in Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and digital payments.
The Indian government has not been supportive of the crypto. Hence it will be interesting to watch how such situation will boost crypto related jobs in the country. With the new data based on the job listing sites, there is a list of major cities in India for crypto jobs. According to bitcoin.com, Bengaluru being the number one and followed by Pune. Mumbai was dropped from the second position.
According to bitcoin.com, “Bengaluru maintained the lead as the city with the most jobs in the cryptocurrency field. Pune is followed by Hyderabad, Noida and Gurgaon, making up the top five destinations for crypto-careers in India.”
The other two cities that were not on the list last year have got its place in the list this year – Ahmedabad and Thiruvananthapuram. Please find below the file as mentioned by the bitcoin.com
Director of the job listing site Indeed, Venkata Machavarapu said, “Given the enormous scope of blockchain technology, crypto careers offer newer avenues to explore, provided one has the requisite skills,” He also added “Demand for such skilled professionals has been steadily on the rise, as observed in 2018, with technology hubs such as Bengaluru and Hyderabad continuing to create the maximum number of opportunities.”
There seems to be 34% of Indian Crypto jobs available in Bengaluru, so we can see that it might soon be the business hub for crypto enthusiasts in the coming future. This industry seems to be more than just buying and selling of cryptocurrencies and it developing a workforce that can drive crypto adaption even in challenging areas.