Microstrategy’s Michael Saylor has been instrumental in ushering in the “Bitcoin standard” with his company now owning 129,218 bitcoins on its balance sheet.

Despite the recent price drawdown of Bitcoin, you can’t ignore its incredible price action over the last thirteen years, from zero dollars to its all-time-high of US$68,000 in late 2021. It’s been breathtaking to see the number of companies which has risen around the Bitcoin ecosystem, such as crypto and Bitcoin-only exchanges, crypto wallets and other hardware vendors, mining companies, and financial services.

It’s been impressive to see the number of companies putting Bitcoin on its balance sheet, such as Microstrategy, Tesla and Galaxy Digital Holdings. Fidelity now offers Bitcoin in their 401(k) retirement accounts and CI Galaxy offers a Bitcoin ETF. As an employment consultant and resume writer, I like to learn more about these companies and find out what it’s like to work there.

Last month, I came across a Twitter post by @anilsaidso talking about what it’s like to work at a Bitcoin-only company and how to get hired by those companies. The author is extremely knowledge about Bitcoin and writes/teaches about the subject prodigiously. He also tweets about important issues such as personal development, macro economics, business and finance, and career growth. I highly recommend you follow him.

In the link to Anil’s tweet below, you’ll read about the kind of people you’ll come across working in the Bitcoin field, how to find work in that field, and what to expect. 

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