The world isn’t exactly swimming with opportunities like this one, so we hope you’re paying close attention. This impressively-backed startup is looking to transform the digital landscape by creating a block chain trading platform, while solving some of the key issues that have hindered crypto’s mainstreaming. Luckily for you, they’re still building out the team, and one of the choicest roles is still up for grabs: blockchain engineer, meaning someone with serious Ethereum Virtual Machine chops who can step boldly into this frontier zone to create cutting-edge systems that currently don’t exist anywhere in the world. Does that shoe fit? If so, the first step toward slipping it on is to keep reading.
It’s really quite simple, in that it isn’t simple at all: You’ll make excruciating study of a wildly complex set of business needs, turn to what you know about existing trading systems and blockchain applications, stir vigorously, and translate that mix into a set of solutions that will allow large blocks of crypto to be traded with the same kind of ease with which traders currently trade FX and other securities. Obviously you won’t be doing it alone; you’ll be part of an agile team refining requirements, doing sprint planning and task estimations, troubleshooting, coding and triage.
Hired Gun Proﬁle
You’re burning with the passion to create, you’re inspired and awed by Satoshi Nakamoto’s creation, you’re eager to usher the world into its post-blockchain future, and you feel uniquely qualified to do it. A natural problem-solver, you love the challenge of working within complex systems. You thrive on sharing ideas within a small, hard-charging team. You speak and write with great clarity. You’re ready.
Probably should go without saying, but experience in financial services/trading will give you a considerable leg up.
A key role on a team that’s reshaping what the financial markets will look like for years to come? We’re sure we don’t have to tell you what we think of that.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.