Are you a blockchain-savvy young engineer dreaming of working at the happiest place on Earth?
If so, we might have an interesting offer for you. The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) has published a wanted ad for a “Disney Private Blockchain Intern,” but unfortunately the job is in Seattle, Washington not Disneyland.
We have recently seen more and more established companies jumping on the blockchain bandwagon. Claiming they would be the first to implement the technology derived from bitcoin into fields as diverse as mortgages, wines and more, it’s hard to tell if many are really in need of blockchain solutions or just caught up in the hype. This doesn’t seem to be the case with Disney as it tried to keep the fact that it is working on it rather low key.
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The wanted ad says that the Disney Private Blockchain team assists business segment users and developers research and develop software mechanisms to protect privacy in distributed ledger participation, applications and services. It provides the support, consulting, and solutions to meet the tactical needs of the business. The position is for Disney Private Blockchain within the DTSS (Disney Technology Solutions and Services business unit), to research and develop software mechanisms to protect privacy in distributed ledger participation.
This is a position for a Computer Engineer or Electrical Engineer who wants to work on applications with a focus on security. The intern will assist architects, developers and QA in audit and compliance is related to access control. Access control basically amounts to tracking who has access to what objects. Accesses can be granted and revoked. The project is about designing and implementing an access control using an open ledger and blockchain framework for Disney Corporate, ABC, ESPN, Disney Interactive, and Walt Disney Productions.