More avenues for blockchain developers coming upPreviously, companies looking for blockchain experts have been laying their traps on LinkedIn, Google, or other such popular sites, which of course did not bear much fruit. However, things are changing and more avenues are coming up wherepeople can acquire blockchain-related skills. The following are indications thatmore people will soon obtain relevant blockchain talent required in variousindustries:
- Coursera—This platform offers courses in blockchain basics for beginners
- CodementorX—This platform allows companies to easily hire blockchain developers
- The blockchain community is growing stronger by the day, making it easier to find relevant recommendations or a referral for those who are looking for full-time blockchain professionals.
The reality of the blockchain technology is already homeIn the initial stages, a greater percentage of the public was skeptic about the blockchain technology, only associating it with cryptocurrency. However, with mass adoption taking place worldwide, it is evident that the technology has proven itself beyond the doubt. While it’s not perfect or scalable compared to other technologies, blockchain is much better and supports many more use cases thanjust cryptocurrency. Just as the internet, the technology is here to stay and more companies and businesses worldwide are beginning to take it seriously. This demand calls for a greater supply of blockchain talent to counter the growing needs of the market. As such, developers are investing more in blockchain skills and soon the shortage of blockchain talent will be outdated.
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