Bank of America completes hiring for Ripple-related project
Bank of America closed vacancy for Ripple-related project, possibly finding a worthy candidate, draws attention to Cointelegraph.
Ripple’s “Treasury Product Manager” vacancy was posted two months ago, and by October 10, applications were suspended.
“In this position, you will lead the product management team of the Ripple project, a solution based on decentralized ledger technology for making cross-border payments,” the vacancy says..
Previously, Bank of America did not make any statements in connection with the possibility of using Ripple technology in its operations, despite the interest in blockchain technology reflected in the organization’s numerous patent applications..
On Wednesday, Ripple, for its part, announced the start of cooperation with the fintech company Finastra, which will allow its customers to connect to its RippleNet payment network, which uses XRP cryptocurrency to make money transfers around the world..
“This collaboration will allow Ripple to expand the reach of our partner network, and will give customers the opportunity to conduct transactions directly with each other,” said Ripple Vice President Markus Traecher.
In September, the company acquired Icelandic crypto-trading firm Algrim to expand RippleNet’s payment options in Europe..
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