Gemini has announced its plans to expand its engineering and operations offices in Gurgaon, India. The exchange is utilizing India’s history of superior engineering to hasten the creation of next-generation web and mobile experiences.
Gemini to tap into India’s engineering talent
Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange and custodian in the United States that enables users to purchase, sell, and store digital assets, has announced its plans to open an engineering office in Gurgaon, India.
The move comes after Gemini attempts to hasten the development of goods and services for its global clients. Gemini sees India as a talent hub for the technology industry and wants to capitalize on its history of outstanding engineering.
In addition to other critical positions in human resources and talent acquisition, finance, support, and compliance, the company is actively seeking software engineers and technical product managers for its Gurgaon offices.
The exchange’s institutional and retail customers will use the products and features created in India in more than 70 countries.
Gemini believes that India’s engineering, operations, and design teams will majorly contribute to the next-generation web and mobile user experiences, core platform basics in compliance, data pipelines and security, warehousing, and payments.
Gemini’s Gurgaon office will be the company’s second-largest engineering hub after its American headquarters. The unit will also develop new Gemini feature sets for the NFT and crypto asset marketplaces.
Gemini stated that they are looking for builders motivated to pick up new skills rapidly and work on advanced technologies like NFTs, DeFi, web3, and DAOs.
Candidates can have prior experience in these fields but must be motivated to work on these technologies.
Southeast Asia houses over 600 crypto and blockchain firms
According to White Star Capital, a venture capital company, Southeast Asia is home to more than 600 crypto or blockchain companies.
The study states that crypto, blockchain, and web3 firms have significantly contributed to the recent surge in venture capital funding across the area.
These startups have raised about $1 billion in funding in 2022 and are expected to surpass the $1.45 billion total raised in 2021.