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The US news magazine Time revealed that it is entering the field of cryptocurrency and blockchain because a new job list shows that this 98-year-old publication is looking for a chief financial officer (CFO) who understands Bitcoin. . In addition, Time will sell non-fungible token (NFT) assets through Superrare, and news media will accept encrypted assets for digital subscription payments within 30 days.
A job list posted on Linkedin shows that the American publishing company Time magazine plans to hire a new CFO who understands Bitcoin and blockchain technology.
The job advertisement stated: “The media industry is developing rapidly.” “Times is looking for a chief financial officer who can help guide its transformation.”
The recruitment information also pointed out that according to the listing qualifications section, relevant parties must be “satisfied with Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.” In addition, the individual must have more than seven years of experience in an executive leadership position.
In addition to looking for a CFO who understands Bitcoin, Time also auctioned non-fungible token (NFT) assets based on the iconic cover design. The issuer is auctioning the NFT, called “Fiat Dead?”. Get two other NFT covers on Superrare. Currently, the “Fiat Dead” bid is the highest. The NFT is 27.5 ETH or approximately $46k. The special edition of “Time” magazine “NFT” is “Is God Dead?” published on April 8, 1966. 》A copy of the cover on the cover.
“Time” explained on the Superrare auction website: “The fonts on the two latest covers need to be drawn by hand.” “Because we can’t find a modern type of foundry, the foundry has exact information about the foundry used on the original cover. Explanation.”
Finally, another move of “Time” magazine is the company’s president Keith Grossman (Keith Grossman) Tweet At that time, crypto assets will be accepted for payment within the next 30 days. Collectibles will always be important, but as we continue to carry out digital transformation, the era’s encryption ambitions will be even greater.
Grossman added: “Within 30 days, Time will accept digital subscription cryptocurrency, and more transactions will be conducted through Julia LaRoche.”
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