US Department of Commerce Offering 6-Figure Salary to Crypto Expert
Marie Huillet's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 43%
The United States Department of Commerce is looking to hire a computer scientist specializing in blockchain and identity management. According to a job listing from Aug. 9, the federal agency is seeking someone with at least one year of specialized experience in developing blockchain infrastructure and conducting research into blockchain technologies, crypto ledgers and crypto contracts.
The Department of Commerce's listing hints at the future hire's duties and responsibilities in general terms, revealing only that they will be tasked with research and development into potentially disruptive technologies at the department's Information Technology Laboratory. In its outline of the experience required of candidates, the listing indicates that identity management in connection with blockchain will apparently be of particular importance for the role. "National and global identity management programs and identity tokens" and in "Standards and national and international standards bodies developing identity management, blockchain and identity token interoperability standards." In June, the U.S.
National Telecommunications and Information Administration - which forms part of the Department of Commerce - reached out for feedback on blockchain policy, as officials forecast an increasing focus on the technology in coming years. The Department of Commerce has been responding to developments in the blockchain sector since 2016.
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