American payment services firm Visa has published a crypto and blockchain-related job opening on San Francisco-based recruiting software firm SmartRecruiters on March 6. Global financial services corporation Visa is seeking blockchain talent for the position of Technical Product Manager at Visa Fintech in their Palo Alto office. The person will be responsible for the execution of Visa’s product strategy within a cryptocurrency ecosystem, and will be required to manage the roadmap for crypto-related opportunities. According to the job description, the person should be possess a functional knowledge of the crypto industry and major players involved, as well as in-depth knowledge of distributed ledger technology and a deep understanding of existing retail payment solutions……
This, according to data from DAppRadar – which was pointed out by Twitter user Kevin Rooke on February 9th, 2019. As Rooks explains in his tweet, 86% of ETH-based dApps had zero users last Saturday, while 93% did not record any transactions. Although there are reportedly around 40 times more developers focused on creating software for Ethereum (when compared to its closest competitors such as EOS and Tron), ETH-based dApps don’t appear to have lived up to expectations. There are about 1,375 “live” dApps built on the Ethereum blockchain, however the number of active users have remained consistently low. According to data from DAppRadar…………….
Earlier this month, Huobi Group officially announced the opening of its Russian office, launched in partnership with the VEB Digital Transformation Center and Russian experts in the field of blockchain and exchange trading. According to the latest announcement, the legal competence center has been launched with the support of VEB’s Digital Transformation Center. The legal lab will be led by Elina Sidorenko, Professor at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO).
On November 16, the Metropolitan Commercial Bank (MCB) and Crypto.com announced that they are preparing to launch the MCO Visa Card program in the United States. Crypto.com’s press release noted that its MCO Visa Card program had already been introduced in Singapore in October (through its affiliate company, Foris Inc.). Those looking to obtain an MCO Visa card may register via the Crypto.com wallet and card app. The online registration process involves completing know-your-customer (KYC) checks – which include providing a government-issued ID for verification purposes. Moreover, Crypto.com’s wallet users can manage, or monitor, how their card is being used…………..