According to Computer World, according to a new report from consulting firm KPMG, as college students with software development or business skills emerge, companies exploring blockchain use cases are looking for job seekers with four specific skills. KPMG expects that the number of companies involved in the blockchain sector will increase this year, from identifying new business models to pilot projects and eventually to scalable solutions, so these companies are looking for high-level blockchain graduates. Not surprisingly. Those who understand distributed ledger technology, peer-to-peer topology, and consensus mechanisms are key factors in getting the work of high-pay blockchain developers. But it's even more important to understand the business landscape and how to apply technology that is still in its infancy to specific issues.