Due to increasing Miami’s concern for the crypto industry, Miami is getting a positive response as well. Now, Blockchain.com that is a distinguished and well-known global cryptocurrency explorer blockchain, has decided to shift its headquarters from New York to Miami. The Mayor of Miami wishes the state to last forever in terms of good reputation, and for that, he is doing good as he recently announced the aforementioned news related to the shifting of Blockchian.com’s headquarter to Miami.
On the 3rd of June 2021, this piece of news broke out in the market that the major cryptocurrency solution providing firm named Blockchain.com is going to shift its headquarters in the United States from New York to Miami. Ongoing transformation depicts the raised concerns of Miami for the crypto industry as mayor is intended to spur the advancing growth by inculcating the crypto industry and blockchain technology as well.
This project of $5 billion will make the firm hire more than 300 employees for full-time jobs in a vast area of Miami for at least the coming 18 months. Miami is even hosting Bitcoin Conference 2021 and heading to revolutionize the monetary system of Miami along with modernizing and facilitating the citizens.
Yesterday, Peter Smith (the Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder of Blockchain.com) and Francis Suarez, the Mayor of Miami, appeared in a dialogue at city hall where Suarez shared the state’s upcoming collaboration with the crypto solution platform. While speaking to the media and public, Mayor shared that such collaboration will not only boost the local employment rate but will also aid as an investment for engineering, technology, math, technical and local educational programs, and local science advancement.
In addition, the arrival of Blockchain.com is actual encapsulation of the Miami Movement and an admirable step toward digital progress, and leveraging the talent of Miami is becoming the center of attention of competent companies because of efficient and fruitful working experience for everyone.
Last year, Suarez disclosed his intentions as he wanted to make Miami the landmark and central crypto spot of the country, and now the mayor is giving practical shape to his plans. Suarez also conducted meeting with Jack Dorsey (CEO of Twitter), Eric Schmidt (CEO of Google), and Elon Musk (CEO of Tesla and SpaceX) in order to make them work in Miami and convince them by sharing the developmental plans and benefits by working in Miami.