Cryptocurrency Trading Post Gets ‘Cryptocurrency Day Trading’ Post – Gettysburg

Getting a “cryptocurveillance” job on a “trading” website can be very lucrative, with salaries as high as $60,000 per year.

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on Tuesday that the job posting for a Cryptocurvedic Trading Post at Getty, California, was posted in February 2018.

The job posting, which was posted by an anonymous person, asks for “highly experienced individuals with experience working in the trading industry” who are able to work “on-site”.

The post includes references to “crypto-related trading platforms” and a “Cryptocurv” platform.

The SEC said the job offer was “pending” and it did not say whether it was related to a “scammer”, an anonymous posting that was widely shared on social media.

Gettysburg is a town in California.

The SEC’s statement said that the company was “currently reviewing the post” to determine if the posting was a hoax.

“If the posting is legitimate, the posting would involve a person of high integrity, and would be open to all employees and would not involve an individual with a history of misconduct,” the statement said.

It was not immediately clear if the company would accept the job.

The post does not offer an exact salary, but the listing of the job title says the person with the job “is eligible to make $60K per year and/or make $75K per years”.

The posting has been shared on LinkedIn and Facebook and has attracted thousands of comments, some of which have been critical of the posting.

“This is just the tip of the iceberg,” wrote one user.

“I want a good job!

How can I get it?”

Another said: “If they can do this in a real job, I’m going to quit my job to get it.”

Cryptocurrencies are the virtual currency of choice for many of the people who are trying to make money in the digital world.

However, the SEC has been criticised for not investigating more scams and for not banning them outright.