Blockchain software technology company ConsenSys has launched a blockchain “job kit,” a resource to learn about the skills that it takes to become a blockchain developer. The kit is aimed to guide developers wishing to enter blockchain space.
A follow-up bounty scheme to reward users with tokens for publicizing the project also saw major issues when a partner marketing company soon walked away, the news source indicates. Going the bounty route also raises the thorny issue, as reported by CoinDesk, that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has indicated that even giving away tokens may break securities rules.
According to study from PwC, 77 percent of companies are well on their way towards taking blockchain-based solutions and products into production, while only 14 percent currently have no plans to integrate blockchain.
Back in 2017, ConsenSys also launched an academy to help developers learn more about the blockchain ecosystem.