Through a tweet, Binance announced that it will employ 100 people to work remotely in different areas. The exchange has at least 800 employees on its team to date.
“#Binance is hiring! Do you want to build your career in #crypto? Are you up for a challenge? Join us! More than 100 open roles, with the flexibility to work from home. Check it out and apply here“
The announcement that Binance will employ 100 people comes amid the pandemic that has paralyzed the world, COVID-19. The health emergency is hitting the world economy hard.
The containment measures decreed against the Coronavirus, in varying degrees of severity, have forced many companies to close their doors or drastically reduce their activity.
In this sense, Binance invited people from all over the world to develop a career in the Blockchain space. Offering a crucial opportunity to “work from home” as global jurisdictions continue to strengthen quarantine measures.
Binance vacancies amid the coronavirus
Within its page, you can see the vacant positions in different areas, among which stand out: business development, customer service, engineering, communications, data and analysis, marketing and more.
While the official announcement says Binance is willing to employ at least 100 people, the job listing page represents nearly 180 job openings, including potential hires.
Binance benefits for employees
It also points out some of the benefits they offer their employees, including: competitive salary and benefits, flexible work hours, company-sponsored vacations, free language classes, and more.
Expansion in the world
Binance emphasizes that his vision is to increase money freedom. Therefore, they invite people to join them with the intention of creating inspiring products and services that help accelerate the adoption of cryptocurrency, Blockchain and distributed accounting technology.
Likewise, the exchange, as a global crypto company, is recruiting talents worldwide. The listings include a large number of locations in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
More companies joined the cause amid the Coronavirus
Furthermore, it is important to note that Binance is not the only company that is apparently expanding its staff during this difficult social climate. In late March, the largest U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange, Kraken, announced that it would expand its team with 67 additional hires.
Obviously, declines in employment also lead to large losses of earnings for workers. The Coronavirus pandemic is hitting the world labor market hard, with a record in applications for unemployment aid in the United States and a sharp drop in work registered in Spain.
Binance continues to strengthen its brand, despite the COVID-19 crisis. The main Exchange recently announced the acquisition of CoinMarketCap, the platform created to track the capitalization of different cryptocurrencies.
With this purchase, Binance is expected to increase traffic to its website.