Based in San Francisco, Ripple remains optimistic about its early projects and hiring new talents, despite ongoing legal challenges and a huge drop in the crypto market.
Ripple is a cryptocurrency corporation well-known as a Fintech company worldwide for its efficient cross-border payment services, which enable worldwide small and large companies to transfer funds from one country to another without incurring high costs or restrictions. Ripple’s XRP cryptocurrency provides worldwide trade liquidity, facilitating cross-border transactions.
Ripple Lab recently asked new talent to participate in the Ripple-backed and front-end operations. This organisation is looking for new talent in the design and marketing team to manage the company’s websites.
Every hiring post necessitates a distinct set of skills; for example, some of the most important applicants are those in charge of leading technology decisions and implementing various plans. Interested candidates should also have extensive web development knowledge and strong leadership and communication skills.
Earlier this month, a Ripple official stated that Ripple would continue to hire new employees to ensure that its backend and frontend operations run effectively in key market scenarios, distinguishing it from other crypto companies.
It is important to note that, in the last 2-3 months, numerous Crypto companies such as Coinbase, OpenSea, and BlockFi, as well as other prominent names, have cut their workforce to stay financially alive during the crypto sector’s terrible season.
SEC vs Ripple
Ripple has faced regulatory challenges since December 2020 due to a complaint filed by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC stated in the lawsuit that the XRP coin is security and should be registered with the agency.
According to the most recent developments, Ripple is better positioned to win the case against the SEC.