Gemini Cryptocurrency Exchange Expands Staff To Develop Public Wallet

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The Gemini exchange is actively expanding and hiring 200 new employees to create a wallet intended for mass use.

The exchange announced the hiring of 200 professionals with experience in working with cryptocurrency. Gemini was created by the two co-founders of Facebook: Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss in 2014. The annual turnover is $ 30 billion. In 2020, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) officially registered the exchange. From that moment on, the site reports on its activities to the FCA.

Jonathon Tamblyn, director of talent, said the company
going to hire more than 200 new employees. Gemini is looking not only for people with experience in the field of cryptocurrencies, but also without it. The goal is to create a cutting-edge wallet for the masses.

Noah Perlman, Chief Operating Officer (COO):

“Those trading platforms that focus on security and intelligent regulation make cryptocurrencies affordable and attractive. We believe digital assets are a strategic part of a comprehensive portfolio. ”

As a reminder, in 2016 Gemini became the first exchange to receive an official license to sell Ethereum (ETH), and in 2018 it became the first licensed platform to sell Zcash (ZEC). In the same year, the company began expanding in Europe and hired leading consultants in the UK.

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