At a time when jobs are disappearing quickly across the globe, Kraken is taking steps to grow its workforce by nearly 10% amidst a surge in interest in the crypto asset market.
That was the subject of a wide-ranging new interview in which our CEO Jesse Powell sat down with Forbes Crypto Editor Michael Del Castillo. Jesse and Michael discussed the ongoing crisis and why bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are proving resilient in current market cycles.
“Everyday, [we’re seeing] more sign-ups, more verification requests, more people funding their accounts, and that to us is a signal that things are heating up.”
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Michael noted the uniqueness of Kraken’s hiring goals, as our open positions aren’t just for technology professionals, “but professionals with a wide range of skill sets.” These include open positions for personnel with liberal arts backgrounds that may be applicable to compliance or customer service roles.
“By all measurements, Kraken as a business is doing well and I think the cryptocurrency space as a whole is doing well in this situation,” Jesse continued.
He went on to reveal a new internal program to provide temporary work for employee relatives affected by the economic downturn. It’s the latest example of our continued commitment to our global employees and staff, he said.
For more details on available job opportunities, visit Kraken’s official Lever jobs page.