The Reddit social network is looking to hire an expert to develop a platform related to NFT tokens, and it looks like it intends to launch a market for NFT traders.
to the Report Crypto Briefing, Reddit, one of the largest companies in the field of content collection and social media services, apparently intends to launch a platform for buying and selling non-replica tokens (NFT) soon. Reddit is looking to hire a backend programmer who they say can design a trading platform for “NFT-based digital goods.”
A job posting today on the Greenhouse job search website indicates that Reddit wants to hire a senior programmer who can expand the company’s NFT market structure. The Reddit ad also mentions that many NFTs believe that they will play an important role in the future for art producers and different communities.
The company said in its ad:
We are looking for experts and leaders to help us build a team [توکنهای غیرمثلی] To help.
The text of the job advertisement states that the person hired as Bakund will “design, build and direct Bakund services for millions of users so that they can create and sell NFT-based digital goods.”
The space for unparalleled tokens has grown steadily over the past six months, and the growing demand for digital artwork, in-app gaming items, and digital collectible NFT collectibles has been a major reason for the industry’s growth. This continued growth has led large companies such as Quinn Base and Bainance to launch their markets to make it easier to buy and sell such assets. It now appears that Reddit also wants to launch its own NFT market.
Recent estimates show that the total sales of the unique tokens market in the third quarter of 2021 was about $ 10.7 billion. Meanwhile, the NFT’s trading platforms have also generated tremendous revenue. TokenTerminal data show that the highest revenue came from the OpenSea platform, with its market averaging about $ 68 million per week.
It is worth noting that this is not Reddit’s first attempt to enter the world of digital currencies, and the social network has previously offered Ethereum tokens for two of its forums.