Twitter Is Hiring A Cryptocurrency Product Manager

twitter hiring cryptocurrency product manager

The social media giant, Twitter, is hiring a crypto product manager. It has put out a job posting to find a candidate to join Twitter Crypto, a new team exploring blockchain integration. In addition, Twitter is exploring new ways to integrate crypto into its platform.

Twitter has posted a job opening on its LinkedIn page, revealing that it is seeking to hire a senior product manager for cryptocurrencies. The position is to fill a position in the new Twitter Crypto team that is mandated to explore decentralized technologies, including blockchains, cryptocurrencies, and web3 technology.

This position requires the Product Manager to “serve as an expert in everything crypto related for the company,” as well as to partner with Twitter’s product and engineering teams, and come up with “crypto-specific features and products.” Moreover, the PM will collaborate with the team developing Twitter’s solely decentralized social media platform, BlueSky.

The qualifications to fill the role are highlighted as including having experience in product management, for obvious reasons, as well as familiarity with dapps, blockchain interoperability protocols, blockchain scaling protocols, P2P systems, byzantine fault tolerant distributed systems, or web3 primitives (like NFTs and DAOs).

Twitter and blockchain technology have always been closely associated. Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s former CEO, pushed to integrate bitcoin tipping over Lightning Network within the platform’s tip jar feature as well as creating the BlueSky project. After stepping down as CEO of Twitter, Dorsey is now more focused than ever on increasing Bitcoin adoption through his other companies.

Blockchain technology will also be adopted by other social media platforms including Meta’s Facebook and Instagram.

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