Amidst the ongoing legal battle with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and a downtrend in the crypto market, Ripple, the blockchain payments company, is still pushing forward with its mission to build real value in the industry. The company recently announced available positions for Senior Product Manager, Crypto Settlement, Senior Software Engineer, and Staff Product Security Engineer.
In a tweet on May 9, Ripple invited individuals who are interested in these positions to apply.
The tweet read: Ready to #BuildRealValue? We’re hiring for several #engineering roles: Senior Product Manager, Crypto Settlement, Senior Software Engineer, Staff Product Security Engineer
More Information on the Job Descriptions
The Senior Product Manager, Crypto Settlement role will be responsible for managing the development of RippleNet’s settlement capabilities. RippleNet is Ripple’s global network of banks and payment providers that allows for fast and secure cross-border payments.
The Senior Software Engineer will work on Ripple’s core products, including its payment platform, On-Demand Liquidity (ODL), and RippleNet.
Finally, the Staff Product Security Engineer will be responsible for ensuring the security and privacy of Ripple’s products and services.
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Ripple Re-Affirms Its Commitment
These new positions signal Ripple’s commitment to building the Internet of Value, a vision in which money can move as easily as information does on the internet. Despite the current market conditions and legal challenges, Ripple is pushing forward with its mission to revolutionize how money moves globally.
Ripple’s legal battle with the SEC centers around the sale of XRP, the cryptocurrency that powers Ripple’s payment network. The SEC alleges that Ripple conducted an unregistered securities offering, while Ripple maintains that XRP is not a security. The outcome of the case is yet to be determined, but Ripple’s recent announcements show that the company is not letting the legal battle slow down its progress.