San Francisco-based crypto behemoth Ripple has made it to LinkedIn’s top start-ups list for the second year in a row. It was placed among 50 other companies from a bevy of industries such as data storage, fintech, and cannabis.
LinkedIn analyzed its data to determine, which companies have turned out to be the most popular with job seekers. This year, it gave the crown to data-warehousing startup Snowflake.
Ripple, which is known for promoting cryptocurrency regulations in the US, ended up in 28th place. The company has recently hired Ron Hammond, the Washington insider who helped Rep. Warren Davidson (Republican) to pen the “Token Taxonomy Act.”
Notably, Coinbase, the biggest cryptocurrency exchange in the US, was edged out by Ripple, occupying 29th place.