Despite the draconian restrictions imposed on crypto by the Indian government, the recent data indicates the growing need for blockchain experts, especially in places like Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
According to the report by Indian recruiting service “Indeed”, the biggest number of blockchain jobs is concentrated in Metro cities such as Bengaluru. Other Indian blockchain hubs include Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Pune.
Sashi Kumar, the spokesperson for Indeed India stated:
“Innovation center points, for example, Bengaluru keep on leading while the National Capital locale is additionally observing a decent amount of enthusiasm for the segment. With the global market for Blockchain-related products and services expected to reach $7.7 billion in 2022, it is sure that there will be even more jobs created in the sector in future.”
The Indian recruiting company claims that it registers a considerable growth in online crypto-related searches and available vacancies in the blockchain sphere. The launch of IndiaChain, a pilot Blockchain project, is expected to further increase the demand for crypto-specialists.