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Despite Lawsuit Ripple Hiring ‘Passionate Minds’ To Build Finance Future


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Ripple Hiring Product Managers Despite SEC Legal Tussle.

The firm remains one of the few crypto entities that have persistently looked to grow their teams throughout the crypto winter.

Ripple seeks to employ product managers for its Product & Delivery and RippleX departments as part of its ongoing recruitment drive. The firm currently has 78 open jobs across various departments despite the fierce crypto winter and the legal tussle with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

In a recent tweet, the San Francisco-based tech firm highlighted its available job positions, emphasizing its search for innovative and zealous talents. With 78 vacancies currently available, Ripple has significantly emphasized hiring product managers for two critical departments, underscoring the pressing need to fill these positions.

“We’re looking for bold and passionate minds to help us pioneer the future of finance.”


The company is actively seeking a Senior Product Manager for Crypto Settlement and a Product Manager for Blockchain Data. Generally, a product manager collaborates with other company departments to manage product development and ensure it meets customer needs through thorough analysis.

In addition to the product manager positions, Ripple offers 78 jobs across 15 locations, including Canada, the United Kingdom, India, San Francisco, and Singapore. These positions are available in 25 departments, such as Finance, Engineering, People Operations, and RippleX. It bears mentioning that Ripple was ranked 34th on Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Medium Workplaces in 2020.

Ripple Aims for Growth Amid Winter

Despite the crypto winter and external pressure from the U.S. SEC, Ripple’s operations have remained largely unaffected. The company continues to experience a growth at a time when other crypto firms are laying off staff to survive the bearish market conditions triggered by the winter.

Ripple published their engineering roles two months back and asked interested parties to apply. The firm had up to 77 open roles at the time. They also disclosed a readiness to fill two engineering roles last December despite the cascading effects of the FTX collapse.

In contrast, the broader crypto industry has been plagued with layoffs since last year. A CoinGecko report suggests that over 6,800 crypto jobs were lost last year, with up to 2,806 layoffs in January alone. Coinbase, Crypto.com, and Kraken are some firms that have had to decrease their workforce.

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Albert Brown
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Albert Brown is a cryptocurrency investor and journalist who has been in the nascent space since 2017. His love and passion for technological innovations made him delve deeper into the world of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. As a journalist, Brown has written on several crypto-related topics that have been referenced by popular industry players like Tyler Winklevoss, Binance CZ, etc.

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