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“Blockchain” Stamp for the Highest Salary Jobs

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“Blockchain” Stamp for the Highest Salary Jobs

Digital credit company Capital on Tap, one of the disruptive technology companies in the UK, announced the salaries related to Blockchai-related jobs.

According to the UK-based firm, Blockchain’s average annual salary is GBP 75,000 (about $ 93,041). He also states that the industry provides 544 permanent jobs across the country. The study highlights that disruptive technology has become a new force, connecting with all industries from virtual reality to 3D printing.

The United States Still Leading the World

The report highlights that the United States has the largest number of businesses among all major disruptive technologies, followed by India and the UK, second and third respectively.

According to Capital on Top, the Internet of Things, augmented reality and advances in online learning have also changed the way schools interact with existing students. However, the Education sector still ranks eighth among the segments in the UK.

The Capital on Top spokesperson provides the following comments on the subject:

“Disruptive technology dramatically changes the way we work, both in professional and personal life. It removes old habits and systems. It replaces them with something superior in terms of accuracy, efficiency and experience. Disruptive technologies offer businesses a great opportunity to create an entirely new way of doing something never seen before, thanks to this technology. ”

Blockchain Salaries Rising in Canada, There is a Fall in China

The study contradicts the previous report, showing that blockchain salaries in China dropped 37% in 2019.

However, the Canadian Digital Chamber of Commerce revealed that wages in the blockchain industry were among the highest in the country in 2019.

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