EBay hiring multiple NFT and Web3 positions
The popular e-commerce site, eBay, has posted a list of vacancies in area of Web3 and NFT to support their NFT marketplace KnownOrigin. This move is in line with eBay’s vision to remain at the forefront of technology and innovation, and to provide the best possible experience for its users.
Among the vacancies posted there are positions of Crypto Counsel, Head of Community, a marketing executive for KnownOrigin and many others.
The hiring of employees in Web3 and NFT is a clear indication of eBay’s commitment to innovation and its desire to remain a leader in the e-commerce industry. These new hires will help eBay explore and develop new technologies that will enhance the user experience and keep eBay ahead of the competition. The company is looking for individuals who are passionate about technology and innovation, and who are eager to play a key role in shaping the future of e-commerce.
It is reported that more than 60 people applied for a job posting during the day.
The message published by the company says that the KnownOrigin platform allows digital artists of the new generation to find an audience, express themselves and make a living by work of love. And they are looking for like-minded people who would join them.
EBay previously entered into an agreement with the Notable Live interactive platform in order to allow fans to interact with their favourite teams and athletes using NFT. This partnership, as well as the search for employees in the sphere of Web3 and NFT, became the further step for eBay in the development of the digital industry.
Other large companies are also interested in the areas of NFT and Web3. Twitter may add a new feature that allows users to sell and buy NFTs directly through tweets, and Meta has integrated art tokens to Instagram and Facebook.