Friday, December 3

Biggest bitcoin broker in the US wants to hire Brazilians

Coinbase in Brazil has four open positions for cryptocurrency transaction analysts, showing that it will act firmly against fraud.

In all, there are 12 job openings opened by Coinbase in Brazil alone, showing that there is the intention to create a robust platform in the country, with engineers, recruiters, among others. All brokerage vacancies in the country are remote, and it is not yet clear whether there will be a fixed office in any location.

Coinbase already operates in several countries, with its headquarters in the United States, where it is the largest local brokerage. In 2021, this company turned out to be the first cryptocurrency exchange to be listed on a stock exchange, with shares available on Nasdaq.

Coinbase hopes to recruit four cryptocurrency transaction analysts in Brazil

The largest Bitcoin brokerage in the United States, Coinbase, has already opened several vacancies in Brazil for various positions. But a recently opened vacancy drew attention for the nature of what is required of candidates.

According to Coinbase, which opened four positions for the risk and fraud sector, it is important that those interested have at least 1 year of experience in combating bank fraud. In addition, the broker asks interested parties to have a “passion for fighting fraud”, exercising their profession that still requires fluency in English and Portuguese.

“The aim of the Payments Risk team is to avoid risky transactions with high accuracy, while also ensuring a great user experience. As an analyst, you will spend your time reviewing transactions and creating effective monitoring for fraud detection and prevention on one of our essential payment paths.”

Payment risk slots opened by Coinbase in Brazil / Reproduction

The vacancies for the cryptocurrency transaction analysis team in Brazil are to work with Coinbase Card (CB Card), Operations, Sellers and even PayPal, another means of payment integrated with the broker.

Anyone interested in participating in cryptocurrency transaction investigations for Coinbase must have higher education, experience with GitHub, Tableau, data analysis tools, and more.

Coinbase’s arrival in Brazil has not yet been formally announced by the major brokerage firm, but with the occasional hiring, it shows that it should happen soon.

Thus, Brazilian brokerages will gain another strong competitor, which comes to face the volume leadership of Binance Brasil, which for months has been responsible for the largest cryptocurrency movements in the country and region.

Coinbase is also looking to operate in India, Canada, Singapore, Japan, Ireland, the Philippines and Europe, growing its operation worldwide, which has several listed cryptocurrencies.

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