The start of 2019 marked the start of good days for cryptocurrencies and since then crypto market along with blockchain technology has only gone up. In the following many major corporations adopted blockchain technology while some companies incorporated cryptocurrencies in their systems.
Moreover, major names such as IBM entered the blockchain sector with the release of its own Hardware Security Model (HSM) that can be used as an alternative to cold storages.
Now, Shell, the globe’s fifth-largest gas and oil producer has shown a keen interest in blockchain technology.
The European company is now looking for blockchain analysts for its IT graduate program. The job request was posted on Linkedin some time ago. In the request, the company searched for candidates with distinctions in mathematics artificial intelligence (AI) and computer science. The company has now ceased accepting applications.
The company aims to explore the applications of blockchain in the oil and gas sector. The company is keen to learn the uses of decentralized technology in the power sector. The people working at the firm will not only do researching but also in the implementation and development of such networks.
Shell is not the only company that seems interested in hiring people related to blockchain technology as many other companies are looking to enter the markets. Linkedin statistics showed that the term blockchain developer was one of the most searched terms on the network.
Shell is a major name in the power sector and its adoption of blockchain technology will open the power sector for further blockchain adoption. The company has previously baked up a blockchain platform last year.