Greatest Crypto Careers In 2021 (EXACTLY How to Work In Cryptocurrency)

So you want to get rich and crypto
and realized it's the next big industry. Well, why not work in it? Oh, but you don't know how? We can start by leveraging your current talents,
and if that doesn't work, learn a new craft. Today, we're going to discuss
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The largest crypto channel in all the Interwebs. My name is Ben. Everyday on this channel, I show you
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for your chance to win a full Bitcoin. Details down below. In this video, we're going to take a look at
how you can make a fortune in crypto, but not the way you think, getting a career or business in crypto. So let's get started with one of the most
perceived easiest jobs out there! Even though it's not and it's a lot of hard
work, blood, sweat and tears.

You can become a crypto YouTuber! Becoming a YouTuber or a crypto influencer
allows you to get allocations at a private sale, affiliate and paid marketing deals, networking connections with crypto projects, you get to meet all of the famous
people in crypto and more! I would know as I'm indeed
a crypto YouTuber myself. And one of the most transparent ones at that. I freely admit that I have a lot
of people that work for me.

I don't pretend this channel is all just me. I've got TJ. I have researchers. I have graphics people. And I have all sorts of other workers working
for me doing various different jobs because this is a business focused on
crypto education and information. And if you guys watch our Hit Network channel,
you know that what we do here is a lot of fun. And every person that works for me is working in crypto.

They've all got great careers. And I know you can't all be YouTubers
and do what I do, being entertaining and good looking and such. Some people just aren't built that way. They're more shy and they prefer to be
behind the scenes or at least a little less in the spotlight than others. So what can you do if you're camera shy
and you don't want to get in the YouTube industry? Well, if you want to work in the shadows
or your mom's basement, you could always be a nerd coder or a miner.

And, of course, I'm just making a joke. Being a programmer is obviously very profitable. In fact, last year, LinkedIn found that blockchain
was the No. 1 most demanded skill for employers hiring in the US, UK, France,
Germany and Australia according to CNBC. In 2021, blockchain seems to still be
the dominant skill wanted by employers and the steam engine of this
new industrial revolution. It doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon. With tech giants like Facebook, Amazon, IBM and
Microsoft working on developing blockchain services, this industry is booming. But crypto offers several job opportunities
that isn't just programming smart contracts and getting in front of the camera
discussing cryptocurrencies.

You could decide to lead a project or launch a coin,
putting together a team of like-minded individuals that want to complete a project goal. But maybe you don't have experience in
leading a company or projects in your past, and you don't want to risk trying to build something. 'Cause you could fail. Or maybe you just can't think of an idea for blockchain
that isn't already oversaturated in the space. Whatever it may be, there are even more alternatives. So don't fret. But first, before we get to those, word from our sponsor which we believe will surely
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you can then apply to your career in blockchain. So, what else can you do inside
blockchain as a career? If you're super smart, you can always become a lead researcher, like my researcher The Cat. You can leverage networking for connecting
projects and become a middleman of sorts to help advance the overall blockchain industry. But all joking aside, the point here is to leverage your talents. If you're a super connector
and know a lot of people or just have a knack
for communication and sales, leverage those skills you have to push
yourself further into this industry.

It's the most promising in the world. So what can you do in blockchain that doesn't
require super smarts or coding experience? Ask yourself what skill sets
you currently know and how that can be applied to
your journey into blockchain. If you're good at research, you could submit reports on coins you find
to YouTubers and hope to get noticed. You could work for a centralized exchange,
work in a project Telegram as an admin, one of the easiest ways to get involved. You can work in the customer
support desk of a project, run social media accounts, create promotional videos and images. These are just some examples but should
give you enough to get you started.

So, how do you find jobs in the cryptocurrency
or the blockchain space? You can find job opportunities in
blockchain by attending events, when we can finally do that again, and as boring as it sounds, by using typical job searching websites
like Indeed, Upwork and Monster. However, there are also more
niche-focused crypto job websites like or and lastly, While the typical job websites
mostly focus on programming, the crypto-focused job sites have all sorts of
available options for would-be job seekers.

But always remember, networking in general is
the best way to get anywhere in any industry. Making friends and connections
can literally make or break your career. By going to meetups or joining chat rooms
to make friends around your desired occupation, you learn from those around you. What's more, who knows? Someone you meet could offer you your dream job. No matter what you do in this industry, it's going to be like any other occupation. You have to work hard to achieve your goals. Hard work and dedication breeds success. So whatever your career goal is in blockchain, you're going to have to put in the hours to get there. No one masters a craft overnight.

It takes roughly 10,000 hours
to become an expert in something. That means a lot of self-sacrifice too. I'll tell you from personal experience, when I worked to build this channel for two years, without much growth, the nights were hard. The early mornings from staying up
all night were rougher. Although not as bad as the Bybit sweats you get
when you have a trade open overnight. But you don't give up. You keep trying and eventually you'll make
a breakthrough and get your opportunity. Time to shine.

If you're a writer, start writing about the industry, follow a specific project,
get noticed by a community, then write about another project, and another and so forth
to build up your following. If you're a marketing professional
and understand the ins and outs of marketing, then start a blockchain marketing agency. If you're good with social media engagement, then offer to run social media accounts for projects. If you're a creative person, offer to do marketing materials for projects,
YouTubers, or sell your artwork as NFTs online and build a following. You may think that you can't do something, but I didn't ever think I would be a YouTuber
discussing magical internet money. You don't know until you try something. You might find a new passion in life that you wouldn't have found
if you never gave it a go. Rather than spending years in an academic
institution to prepare for blockchain careers, you can teach yourself everything
you need to know or want to know using the internet and Skillshare. Drop us a comment and let us know what area
you're going to try to learn more about on Skillshare.

For today, that's all I got. Be blessed. BitBoy out..

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