Bakkt, the cryptocurrency stage generated by the operator of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), announced that they are hiring for quite a few high-up places within an Chat Jan. 22.
Even the Intercontinental Exchange's (ICE) much-awaited crypto platform printed a list of eight apparently new deductions in the company, all of which are based in Atlanta and New York City.
The page specifies that the company is largely attempting to employ numerous programmers, mostly at director and senior levels.
Specifically, Bakkt wants to hire a manager of blockchain engineering, a blockchain programmer, a manager of safety engineering, a senior complete batch engineer, a mobile programmer and a software development engineer in test. Also, the company is looking for a manager of finance and one institutional earnings member.
Since Cointelegraph reported on the previous day of December 2018, the ICE declared that it"expects to offer an updated launching deadline in ancient 2019 for the trading, clearing and warehousing" of its Bakkt Bitcoin (USD) Daily Futures Contracts.
On precisely the same afternoon, news jumped that the system had finished its initial funding round, raising $182.5 million in 12 investors and partners.
Back in November, ex-Goldman Sachs spouse and founder of crypto investment firm Galaxy Digital, Mike Novogratz, mentioned Bakkt's impending launch as a potential catalyst to the crypto economy's next major cost action.