Blockchain Engineer

at Jobot
Location San Francisco, CA
Date Posted January 8, 2022
Category Default
Job Type Full-time

Description

Come join one of the most innovative and highly valued NFT companies in the world as they change the landscape of fandom and digital collectibles.

This Jobot Job is hosted by: Alex Dickinson
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Salary: $150,000 - $300,000 per year

A bit about us:

This company is one of the most cutting edge firms I've seen in my career, focusing on the NFT and blockchain space specifically for sports and digital collectibles. They have financial backing from a number of billionaires and celebrities across the country and a current valuation over a billion dollars. Great work life balance and the opportunity to get in on the ground level of something that is headed to the moon.

Why join us?

Excellent benefits
Work life balance
Equity offering
Working in an emerging space with a once in a lifetime opportunity on the ground level

Job Details

Work with others to design and build our systems using blockchain and have strong expertise within smart contracts
Demonstrate great attention to detail
Demonstrate great knowledge of programming tools and the ability to regularly produce working, correct code
Have the ability to understand that a thriving open source ecosystem multiplies your productivity
You have 5+ years of experience in software engineering
You have demonstrated excellence in software engineering including exposure to distributed systems, scalability, and algorithms
You have a background in computer science and a knowledge of various programming paradigms
You have focused on delivering impactful results that consumers benefit from in a blockchain ecosystem
You have experience with architecture and design of blockchain solutions through deep knowledge of Solidity and the Ethereum Virtual Machine
Professional TypeScript experience

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