MicroStrategy recently published two new job advertisements for a blockchain analytics team. CEO Saylor sees Bitcoin as bullish.
MicroStrategy’s charismatic CEO Michael Saylor is known for his bullish views on Bitcoin
Now he’s pulling a new ace up his sleeve: As current job advertisements show, Bitcoin Trader is in the process of putting together a blockchain analytics team. The company, based in Tysons Corner, Virginia, posted two jobs on LinkedIn on Friday. We are looking for a blockchain data analyst and a blockchain data engineer. The job posting states that they will join a team that is “building an analytics platform with advanced metrics and insights for Bitcoin”.
However, this step is not that surprising. MicroStrategy already indicated last November that it would develop interest in blockchain data products. It was even considered to hire new experts. However, the project remained somewhat in the dark for the time being. Those responsible initially made a big secret of the planned program. In the end, there was only talk of a “potential data offer”, which admittedly is not a particularly precise indication.
Saylor solidifies its reputation as a Bitcoin protégé
Saylor, however, made no secret of his enthusiasm for Bitcoin and his assumption that the market data relating to cryptocurrencies is being played around the corner. These false data are the reason why Bitcoin is not going through the roof even more. This is what the MicroStrategy boss said in a conversation with the CEO of Hedgeye, Keith McCullough.
In an interview with the American broadcaster CNN , Saylor also stated that the Bitcoin for Corporation Summit hosted by MicroStrategy was a complete success. In an interview, he calls Bitcoin the first monetary network in the world and predicts that it will be exponentially larger than any major social media company. In his opinion, the rush of 2021 is far from over.
Bitcoin is the emerging, dominant digital money network. It will be a hundred times bigger than Google or Facebook. Everyone will join a digital monetary network at some point, just as everyone will join the Internet at some point.
As for the plans for his company, Saylor didn’t really look into his cards. He was asked whether MicroStrategy is now throwing its central software functions overboard in order to concentrate on the digital asset from now on. Saylor then only said that his company is certainly taking the right step to preserve the shareholders‘ fortune.