A job posting announces that the VISA payment giant is looking for a blockchain engineer. The candidate must have at least two years of experience in blockchain architecture and decentralized applications (dapps).

Under the title „Blockchain Engineer“, VISA called the attention of the crypto space. The search is aimed at developers with experience in Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and XRP.

The announcement is part of a VISA initiative to develop a new global payment system based on blockchain.

The offer was published by VISA’s Commercial Payments group. Responsible for managing innovations related to business-to-business payments.

The search group for the developer is in charge of „defining and building“ the non-card based product known as VISA Inc. Globally. Among the priorities of the project and the team, is the development of the hyperledger technology in Go-lang.

VISA’s engineer will join the team in Foster City, California

The announcement states that the chosen candidate will join the team in Foster City, California.

Additionally, the selected developers will have the opportunity to work on emerging technologies. With technology teams and will be able to explore and understand the demands of the business sector in terms of payment solutions.

The announcement reads:

„We are looking for a strong developer with experience in Ethereum and blockchain architecture to be part of the team responsible for creating distributed applications. Our ideal candidate has created and released distributed applications, has worked with the Ripple, R3, Ethereum and/or Bitcoin blockchain, and has experience with Solidity“.

From Visa, they are working on Blockchain technology so they want to add a highly motivated engineer to their team.

Visa plans to have its digital currency

Kryptomoney chief says CBDCs are the most important trend for the next decade
Recently, Visa’s head of cryptomontage stated that the Central Bank’s Digital Currencies, or CBDC, may be one of the most important trends in the next decade.

Cuy Sheffield, who heads the crypto coin projects of credit card giant Visa, tweeted that:

„As governments evaluate CBDCs, the path they choose to take will have important implications for privacy, monetary sovereignty, geopolitics and financial inclusion, as well as the global adoption of cryptomoney and Bitcoin.

Sheffield has long been an advocate of CBDCs. In May, he said central banks are not interested in digital consumer currency solutions.

Visa has not been shy in its interest in digital currencies. Recall that the company filed a digital currency patent application earlier this year.