The Gemini exchange has announced a major employment initiative. According to reports, the company is looking to expand by hiring more than 200 more staff.
Gemini is “growing fast” and “aggressively hiring,” according to a new Forbes story, with the company’s director of talent Jonathon Tamblyn noting that the exchange is currently looking for more than 200 new workers.
Tamblyn makes it clear that previous experience in the bitcoin field is not required, and that it is not a need.
This is in addition to an ongoing trend of industrial growth in the blockchain sector, which has more than doubled in the last year.
This trend coincides with a significant shift in company hiring objectives over the last year, which BeInCrypto examined just a few weeks ago.
Gemini is a cryptocurrency exchange founded in 2014 by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, two co-founders of Facebook. Since then, Gemini has established itself as a forerunner in the establishment of modern crypto-industry collaborations.
Gemini was the first exchange to be legally permitted to sell ether in 2016, and it was the first to be licensed to offer Zcash in 2018.
Gemini’s mission is to develop the best wallet and exchange products and services possible, with the goal of achieving widespread acceptance.
The twins plan to achieve this by prioritizing user experience: providing an accessible, simple-to-use, and simple-to-understand path for onboarding newcomers.
In the same article, Gemini’s Chief Operating Officer (COO), Noah Perlman, seemed to back up this claim, saying:
“Trading platforms that prioritize security and smart regulation, while making it simple for anyone to use, make cryptocurrencies accessible and attractive. We believe digital assets are a strategic part of a well-rounded portfolio and providing crypto education will help remove barriers to entry.”