The Bank of New York Mellon, the oldest bank in the U.S., announced a few weeks ago that it will in the future hold, transfer and issue Bitcoin (BTC) on behalf of its customers.
The reason for this, according to the bank, was the increased demand from institutional investors. Roman Regelman, managing director of digital business at BNY, was quoted in various media as saying that “digital assets are becoming part of the mainstream.”
Accordingly, BNY is now on the lookout for blockchain specialists in order to be able to offer the services around Bitcoin & Co. demanded by customers and to implement the relevant projects.
If you are interested in supporting the custodian bank in this process and looking for a job, check out the vacant positions, including positions in New York, Tel Aviv and Dublin, here. Or you can run your own search on https://jobs.bnymellon.com/
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