Bitcoin Job Fair Headed to Los Angeles This Weekend

Jayanand Sagar | October 3, 2014 | 12:59 pm

Bitcoin Job Fair Headed to Los Angeles This Weekend

Jayanand Sagar | October 3, 2014 | 12:59 pm

Heads up: if you’re a cryptocurrency enthusiast/expert in the Los Angeles area and in need of a job, there’s some good news for you today.

Coinality, Gem, and the Plug and Play Tech Center are hosting another Bitcoin Job Fair this weekend, allowing job seekers to connect with companies that are doings some pretty awesome things.

The event takes place Saturday, October 4th, from 12 noon to 5 p.m. local time at Cross Campus on 929 Colorado Ave. Santa Monica. CA 90401.

Here’s who will be on-hand at the event: Dan Roseman, Coinality’s Founder, Gregory Wexler, Business & Technical Advisor to Coinality, Micah Winkelspecht, founder of Gem,​ ​and Scott Robinson, head of the Plug and Play Tech Center’s Bitcoin Accelerator program. Job seekers will connect with a number of employers including: BitWage, FreshPay,​ ​Gem,​ ​ExpressCoin,​ ​ among others.


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This is one of several bitcoin job fairs that have taken place in recent history and the second to take place in California. The first took place in Sunnyvale a few months ago, and another took place at the Bitcoin Center New York City facility in Manhattan’s financial district some time later.

The event comes at no-cost to job seekers, and the organizers anticipate that several hundred individuals will turn up.

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