Visa’s Head of Crypto announced this on Monday.
The company is hiring software engineers to help develop the next generation products in blockchain and stablecoin payments.
Visa had reportedly paused its crypto-related projects amid the regulatory uncertainty in the US.
Visa, a global leader in digital payments technology, is looking to extend its reach across the digital payments space via a new “ambitious crypto product roadmap.”
Sharing the crypto-related news on Monday, Visa’s Head of Crypto Cuy Sheffield, said the US-based company is eyeing further push across mainstream adoption of public blockchains and stablecoin payments.
Visa announces job hires for crypto-related software engineers
The company is on the hunt for senior software engineers that will help advance this goal, particularly around creating next-generation products powered by blockchain and smart contracts and targeted at improving everyday lives.
For the hires, Visa would prefer talent that has experience with Github Copilot and other artificial intelligence (AI) assisted engineering tools.
“We have an ambitious crypto product roadmap @Visa and just opened a few reqs for senior software engineers to help us drive mainstream adoption of public blockchain networks and stablecoin payments. Particularly interested in experience using Github Copilot and other AI assisted engineering tools to write and debug smart contracts,” Sheffield announced via Twitter.
We have an ambitious crypto product roadmap @Visa and just opened a few reqs for senior software engineers to help us drive mainstream adoption of public blockchain networks and stablecoin payments. https://t.co/UQRJNcOJtB
— Cuy Sheffield (@cuysheffield) April 24, 2023
The Visa Head of Crypto also linked to a jobs page where the company has highlighted the description for the full-time, London-based job opportunity.
Among other things, interested software engineers should be proficient programmers, with experience in building highly scalable backend systems. Enthusiasm and passion about the Web3 stack is also key.
Visa’s latest announcement on crypto developments at the company comes a few weeks after reports emerged the financial services giant was pausing crypto-related activities amid uncertainty in the US regulatory environment.