Microstrategy starts hiring for its new BTC-related software product after purchasing 71,079 BTC as reported In our previous Bitcoin news.
Microstrategy is moving to start assembling a blockchain analytics team which will be the first BTC-related software product from a company that is known to bet on Bitcoin as a reserve asset. The company based in Tysons Corner put out calls on LinkedIn for a Blockchain Data Analyst and Blockchain Data Engineer explaining the job postings that they will join a new team building an analytics platform with advanced metrics and insights for BTC.
Microstrategy hinted back in November that its interest in building blockchain data products showed intention to hire for them. Executives didn’t go public with the positions and remained pretty quiet on program specifics describing it as a potential data offering during that time. Saylor was quite vocal about the perceived deficiencies in BTC and declared that the “garbage” market data was holding Bitcoin back:
“Where can you find something so incredibly compelling that has such bad data around it relative to other assets?”
For a man spending so much of his time pleading his fellow CEOs to adopt BTC, there’s a growing interest in improving the “garbage.” As Microstrategy starts hiring for its BTC-related product, it adds a picture to what could become a commercialized intelligence offering for crypto assets beyond the benchmark crypto. Microstrategy wants analysts experienced with public and private blockchains and the product will produce shareable analytical data that will be useful for everyone. The new engineer will be responsible for developing software capable of turning the data into “visualization” that can be shared with the broader audience.
As reported previously, Deloitte released a Bitcoin guide based on the newly released Microstrategy playbook and aims to cater to new clients and businesses considering a BTC investment. The guide from the accounting company wants to cater to new clients and companies that consider investing in Bitcoin. Deloitte released its Bitcoin guide earlier this week inspired by the business analytics company MicroStrategy and launched its own playbook for companies that consider investing a part of their treasury funds in the asset. It started off the guide with a mention of risk involved in the volatility and the risky crypto sector.
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