ICE’s Bakkt Announces Openings For Top-Notch Hiring

While crypto radicals holding their nerves for the launch of Bakkt until January 24th and February 26th for the final approval or denial of a Bitcoin ETF from the SEC, the cryptocurrency platform (Bakkt) has announced that they are hiring for a number of top-notch positions through a tweet on Jan 22nd.

The announcement of eight evidently new vacancies at the company, all of which are based in Atlanta and New York City, has been made by the Intercontinental Exchange’s (ICE) much-awaited crypto platform, Bakkt. Quite a few of the openings are for San Francisco, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv, and Singapore locations as well. The top-notch positions are to be designated such as the Director of Blockchain Engineering, Director of Security Engineering, and Director of Finance.

Would the Bakkt be able to fulfill SEC’s prerequisites and a ray of optimism for crypto-avenue?

To elaborate, we shone some light on insights into the following pointers:

  •  How will Bitcoin ETFs and futures affect the crypto market share and the intrinsic value?
  • Will the support of Bakkt set a precedent for key players of traditional financial markets to follow suit and overcome SEC’s obstacles?
  • What other crypto investment tools can investors look forward to in 2019. Thereby, we mean unwise to rely solely on ETF matter. 

We relooked at the SEC’s approach towards the approvals of such ETFs: 

“The Commission finds it appropriate to designate a longer period within which to issue an order approving or disapproving the proposed rule change so that it has sufficient time to consider this proposed rule change,” the SEC explained.

Currency Strength Index: FxWirePro's hourly BTC spot index is flashing at -164 levels (which is bearish), while hourly USD spot index was at 63 (bullish) while articulating at (08:28 GMT).

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