Sunday, July 3

Cryptosalaries Are Becoming A Popular Way To Attract Young Talent By CoinTelegraph

© Reuters. Crypto salaries are becoming a popular way to attract young talent

Athletes and politicians have made headlines by choosing to cash in crypto earlier this year. Now, in an attempt to attract a younger workforce, companies are starting to offer crypto salaries.

A recent CNBC article highlighted two different cases where young talents are paid in crypto. College student Stephen Gerrits and artist Tiyanna Brown decided to get paid in crypto. Gerrits works part-time at a tech startup, while Brown sells digital art for Ether (ETH).

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According to Gerrits, he has earned more than he would have earned in cash due to changes in the price of cryptocurrencies. However, it doesn’t always go up. He says he lets it be and finds joy when prices go up, but the fun ends when prices go down.

Read the full article on Cointelegraph

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