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Top Blockchain Job Vacancies for Non-Techies in April 2020

By Tomadachi | Tomadachi | 12 Apr 2020

We all know the score by now.

Old business models are being wrecked by the worldwide shutdowns and forcing many of us to consider our employment options moving forward.

Moving into a position within the blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) industry could be an option for any of the readers here who have an interest in cryptocurrencies and the wide range of associated projects. This is because it is not just coding skills that are in demand from some of the biggest established names or most promising newcomers in the industry.

Don't believe me? Let's take a quick look at some of the remote-working job openings on offer for the not-so-technical during the month of April 2020.


The San Francisco Open Exchange (SFOX) provide a single point of access into crypto for large institutional investors and hedge funds. Recently launched, they are backed by several venture capitalists including the Digital Currency Group. They are on the search for an Administrative Executive who will provide support for the executive team. Although, as you may have guessed from the name, SFOX are based in the States they are happy to entertain applicants from outside the country providing they can cover American business hours.

Content Developer/Editor

Now these two positions must surely be a match for our Publish0x contributors? Energi (NRG) have vacancies for a content developer and another role for a Editor.

Customer Service

The Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange, more familiar perhaps by their abbreviation BitMEX, are looking for a number of customer service staff covering the different geographical locations of Asia and Europe - but again, remote-working is the name of the game for anyone interested. 


Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK) is the current development arm of the quiet and retiring Charles Hoskinson's Cardano (ADA). They are currently advertising for marketing guru for Europe to work remotely and drive awareness and adoption of the blockchain in B2B and B2C environments.

Public Relations

Ah, Binance. Love them or hate them, it's hard to argue that they don't occupy a prominent stage within the crypto space and especially the trading community. For anyone with the belief or intestinal fortitude to vouch for the honesty of their actions and purity of their intentions, then a Binance PR Manager role for the European market awaits your application.


Long established desktop and mobile wallet provider Coinomi are advertising for a Sales Associate that has "...a good understanding of blockchain technology and the ecosystem built around it." As an added bonus, wages can be paid in crypto rather than depreciating fiat.

Social Media/Community Management

Fancy managing a shed load of community communications channels including Slack, Matrix, Twitter, Discourse, Reddit, email, etc? Then a job as Community Manager for Filecoin with Protocol Labs may just be the position you've been waiting for.

Technical Writing

Ok, I admit this one is a stretch to include in the 'not-for-techies' job category... but it is only 50% technical and 50% writing so we'll go for it. One of the hottest projects around at the moment, at least if the price movement is anything to go by, is oracle provider Chainlink (LINK). They are on the look out for a technical writer to "Lead the efforts to develop deeply technical written content that will impact and scale our network." As one may expect, applicants for this one need to meet certain criteria including a "BS in Computer Science or equivalent or 3+ years of highly technical experience."


That, of course is just a brief glance at what vacancies are on offer; spend a few minutes digging around the internet and you'll find hundreds more. Put in a few hours to research projects before contacting them directly and you'll increase your chances of being hired.

Happy hunting!

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