Blockchain company Ripple is hiring a blockchain engineer intern for its CBDC projects
Blockchain company Ripple is hiring a blockchain engineer intern who will be responsible for working on CBDC-related projects.
The new hire will be responsible for designing and building prototype software solutions on top of the private Ripple CBDC Ledger (XRPL technology).
Whoever gets the job will be tasked with translating central bank needs into specific software products.
The intern will work directly for Ripple’s vice president of Central Bank Engagements.
Interns are promised hourly pay, mentoring as well as social and professional development.
The blockchain company unveiled a private version of the XRP Ledger back in March 2021. It then started engaging with various central banks in order to pitch its solution.
As reported by U.Today, Ripple started trialing a digital Ngultrum with the central bank of Bhutan back in September 2021.
Last February, the company became a member of the Digital Euro Association (DEA).