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Time Magazine’s CFO Job Post; Seeks A CFO Familiar With Bitcoin And Cryptocurrencies

The 98-year-old publication is in search of a CFO, familiar with cryptocurrencies. TIME Magazine is about to set a new paradigm in its working culture. As it’s seeking an executive, having an added knowledge of the crypto space. Time magazine is acclaimed for its award-winning editorial work. The position is for its corporate office based in New York.

Time mentions in its job post:

The media industry is undergoing rapid evolution and TIME is seeking a Chief Financial Officer who can help guide its transformation.

Along with attaining familiarity with cryptocurrencies, the responsibilities of a CFO would be to serve as a strategic partner and trusted adviser to TIME’s leadership, who will be vested with the duties of global cash management, investments, budgeting, and financial reporting. The CFO should help in propelling the company’s financial strategy and growth trajectory. The CFO should come up with the best-practice policies, which will ensure a well-controlled yet flexible organization with strong fiscal management, project management, and workflow. The selected candidate will be replacing chief financial officer Christopher Gaydos, who has been with the magazine since 2018.

The magazine seems to welcome the blockchain industry. On Monday, TIME announced that it is going to release its three first-ever NFTs “Is God Dead?“, “Is Truth Dead?“, “Is Fiat Dead?“, inspired by TIME’s most iconic covers. The covers will be auctioned at the SuperRare marketplace. However, the auction will close on 24 March, 8 PM ET.

TIME‘s Creative Director D.W. Pine, who created the new “Is Fiat Dead?” happened to love the idea, as he said:

I love the idea that it’s meaning isn’t clear to the casual viewer – much like the crazy, lucrative world of NFTs.

Recently, Amsterdam-based education technology firm Growth Tribe minted job postings as an NFT on the Rarible marketplace. The chief strategy officer of Growth Tribe happened to comment:

Although the idea of a job ad as an NFT makes no sense from a ‘collectible’ point of view at this point… it makes total sense in trying to grab the attention of digital talent.

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