In today’s blockchain market, raising money is the easy part.
As the headlines already attest, startups that have sold cryptographic tokens as part of a new wave of fundraisings are struggling to find qualified developers, but it’s a pain also shared by projects building public and private blockchains.
Even the enterprise consortia and corporates looking to cut costs and gain efficiencies through these platforms are not immune.
Now, that may not be a surprise given that it’s such a nascent industry. After all, there are only so many people who really understand the intricacies of blockchain, and they are hard to hire.
But that doesn’t mean companies aren’t finding strategies to attract and retain talent.
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