• Binance, the leading crypto exchange platform, is hiring IT specialists and customer service representatives for its operations in Romania.
• It is also engaged in educational initiatives with Romanian universities and authorities.
• The company has held meet-ups in Bucharest, Iași, and Cluj-Napoca to promote its projects.
Binance Recruiting Personnel for Romania Offices
Global crypto exchange Binance is now hiring IT specialists and customer service representatives for its operations in Romania. Job openings are already available for IT specialists, including in backend, quality assurance, frontend, and mobile expertise. Binance is also hiring customer support staff for its offices in Bucharest which have been listed on its global website.
Binance Engaged In Educational Initiatives
Binance is behind a number of educational initiatives in Romania realized in collaboration with other platforms, universities, and government institutions to organize courses, webinars, and training in finance and crypto for Romanians. The company has already held meet-ups in Bucharest, Iași, and Cluj-Napoca to promote its projects. It has also agreed to support Georgia’s development of their crypto sector through education and crypto-focused events. Binance launched a blockchain accelerator program last December as well.
Binance Country Manager Stated Plans To Attract Talents
Binance Country Manager Ilie Pușcaș stated that the company wants to attract many talents to their new center: “Binance is constantly hiring and developing around the world… We opened our first technology hub [in Iași] after consistent discussions with the Romanian government…. This year we are entering a natural stage of growth…”
Biance Founder Met With High Ranking Officials
The opening of the Romanian office was announced during a visit to Bucharest by Biance founder Changpeng Zhao who met with high ranking officials there as well as highlighting plans to expand direct operations into Eastern Europe.
In conclusion it appears that Biance is expanding their presence into Eastern Europe through personnel recruitment efforts as well as educational initiatives aimed at promoting cryptosystems within these countries.