BTC becomes most commonplace skill req’d in 9-5 jobs market.
By “skills”, required is ability to open digital wallet; close it; transfer money; use & keep correct codes....&c.
— Not the most strategic side of crypto currencies but an indication maybe that sundry 9-5 style companies are planning to transact/pay costs, contractors, employees even(?) and (most likely in reality:)
Companies must be considering/planning to switch from settling bills & outstanding payments &c...by Bitcoin transfers in place of online banking?
=Instant accounting via blockchain as auto ledger.
Is it merely employee bait to include this financial fashion fad in job announcements......so people doing above skills can say “I work in Bitcoin.”
Could the (work-ethic) world be THAT dumb!
I dunno and don’t wanna know —-BUT:
This the UK, after all, where people ask strangers rude questions every day like “[Hi], how are you?” OR “Hi. So. What do YOU do?” - meaning: professionally speaking...(?) Reason must be cynical option #2. Students or roughly employees of that impressionable age ARE likely to want to impress and think maybe BTC sounds dangerous or futuristic....whereas those students may not likely be managing the company’s payments and holding (responsibility for) all those codes &c, and securely -right?
“SKILLS required : Bitcoin”
“SKILLS required : Sterlinging(£)” ....Now I know it’s also a skill ‘to Bitcoin’ despite its static nature - as a noun. Hopefully it will also be a skill “to dollar” and also “to Renmimbi” or look cool to be “going rupee-ing”.... and all that.
E.g. “Let’s rouble, Vlad!”