Visa Looks to Hire Blockchain Developers for New ‘Distributed Application’
Visa, the largest payment network in the world, is currently hiring an Ethereum developer to create a new blockchain-based application.
According to Visa’s job posting, the company is looking to hire a blockchain engineer with at least two years of experience.
The position is for the Visa B2B project, which utilizes blockchain technology for cross border payments, announced last June.
The candidate will work as part of a team to develop a new “distributed application.”
While Visa is largely focused on Ethereum, the company has also expressed interest with knowledgeable developers in bitcoin, Ripple, and the R3 enterprise blockchain.
Visa is responsible for up to 150 million transactions worldwide every day, creating the main payment network in the world.
The company has stated their interest in the possibility of well-regulated blockchains to fundamentally overhaul payments systems in emerging and developing markets.
The job posting does not provide any information regarding what the distributed application may be, but more details are expected to be released in the coming weeks.
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