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Blockchain is one of the hottest skills in tech right now.
Don’t believe me?
Hired.com’s 2019 State of Software Engineers report that shows that global demand for Blockchain developers is “through the roof”, growing at a rapid rate of 517% year over year!
Blockchain developers earn $155,000 per year on average in cities like San Francisco, and you’re more likely to earn higher pay in blockchain compared to other disciplines.
There’s even more good news: the blockchain workforce is highly distributed. That means you don’t necessarily have to live an a major tech hub like San Francisco to work for a blockchain business that operates in San Francisco. You can work remotely, which allows you command a “big city salary” while living in an area with a lower cost of living.
If you’re willing to work as a freelancer, you open up your earning potential even more. Many skilled developers can charge high hourly rates.
You might ask, “why are blockchain developers so highly paid?”
It’s a classic supply-and-demand problem.
There simply aren’t enough people with blockchain skills to satisfy the demand. Because the supply is small, and the demand is high, the price of compensation goes up.
How do you become a highly paid blockchain developer, then?
Thats exactly what me and Gregory, from Dapp University, will be talking about