Fidelity’s Digital Assets Arm To Increase Manpower For Crypto Clients, Bitcoin Rises
The price of Bitcoin rose by 0.51 per cent in the last 24 hours, while Ethereum was down by 0.53 per cent.
Fidelity Investments’ digital assets division will increase its hiring this year to cater to its increasing list of clients who invest and trade in crypto assets. The company is looking to fill 210 new client service, technology, and operations positions. Currently, Fidelity Digital Assets employs nearly 200 people, who cater to clients who want to invest in crypto assets that trade continuously.
“As the demand for digital assets grows and the market evolves, we will continue to expand our hiring efforts,” said Tom Jessop, president of Fidelity Digital Assets.