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The Central Bank of France is Looking for a Blockchain Specialist

12 November 2019 13:02, UTC
The Central Bank of France is Looking for a Blockchain Specialist

The Central Bank of France has published a job opening, looking for a blockchain analyst who will help the bank determine the program for introducing digital currency.

The vacancy is listed under the Financial Stability and Operations branch of the bank and operations of the bank. The organization is looking for an analyst with experience in the field of crypto economics, game theory and public or private blockchains. The bank also hires a development engineer to study the application of blockchain to key banking functions. The financial institution cited Bitcoin and Ether as examples of experience with public blockchains, noting also Quorum, Hyperledger and Corda as examples of private blockchains.

The analyst’s duties are to experiment with other blockchain specialists within the eurosystem, participate in the development of blockchain concepts within and outside the bank, and oversee economic issues related to monetary policy.

Despite the interest in blockchain technology, in March 2018, the bank proposed to ban insurance companies, banking companies and trust companies from dealing with crypto assets. Recently, the bank's position has softened: earlier this year, Denis BEAU, the deputy bank manager, called for the creation of a global regulatory framework for cryptocurrency assets.



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