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Motive

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Motive is hiring a
Remote Senior Software Engineer Backend

Remote - Senior Software Engineer - Backend (Financial Product-Cards)Who we are:ย Motive builds technology to improve the safety, productivity, and profitability of businesses that power the physical economy. Motive combines IoT hardware with AI-powered applications to conne... \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Golang, Senior, Engineer and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $65,000 — $120,000/year\n
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Obol Labs


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๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $130k*

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Obol Labs is hiring a
Remote Graphic Designer CSS Animation Specialist

Who Are We?\nObol Labs is a remote-first research and software development team focused on Proof of Stake infrastructure for public blockchain networks. Specific topics of focus are Internet Bonds, Distributed Validator Technology, and Multi-Operator Validation. The core team includes 14 members spread across 8 countries.\nThe core team is building the Obol Network, a protocol to foster trust-minimized staking through multi-operator validation. This will enable low-trust access to Ethereum staking yield, which can be used as a core building block in various Web3 products.\nThe Network\nThe network can be best visualized as a work layer that sits directly on top of the base layer consensus. This work layer is designed to provide the base layer with more resiliency and decentralization as it scales. In this chapter of Ethereum, we will move on to the next great scaling challenge, which is stake centralization. Layers like Obol are critical to the long-term viability and resiliency of public networks, especially networks like Ethereum.\nObol as a layer is focused on scaling main chain staking by providing permissionless access to Distributed Validators. The network utilizes a middleware implementation of Distributed Validator Technology (DVT), to enable the operation of distributed validator clusters that can preserve validators' current client and remote signing configurations.\nSimilar to how roll-up technology laid the foundation for L2 scaling implementations, we believe DVT will do the same for scaling the consensus layer while preserving decentralization. Staking infrastructure is entering its protocol phase of evolution, which must include trust-minimized staking networks that can be plugged into at scale. We believe DVT will evolve into a widely used primitive and will ensure the security, resiliency, and decentralization of public networks.\nThe Obol Network develops and maintains four core public goods that will eventually work together through circular economics:\n\nThe DV Launchpad, a User Interface for bootstrapping and managing Distributed Validators\n\n\nCharon, a middleware Golang client that enables validators to run in a fault-tolerant, distributed manner\n\n\nObol Managers, a set of solidity libraries for the formation of Distributed Validators tailored to different use cases such as DeFi, Liquid Staking, and Fractionalized Deposits \n\n\nObol Testnets, a set of ongoing public incentivized testnets that enable any sized operator to test their deployment before serving for the Ethereum Main net\n\nSustainable Public Goods\nObol is inspired by previous work on Ethereum public goods and experimenting with circular economics. We believe that to unlock innovation in staking use cases, a credibly neutral layer must exist for innovation to flow and evolve vertically. Without this layer, highly available uptime will continue to be a moat.\nThe Obol Network will become an open, community-governed, self-sustaining project over the coming months and years. Together we will incentivize, build, and maintain distributed validator technology that makes public networks a more secure and resilient foundation to build on top of.\nJob Description\nWe are looking for a creative and passionate Designer to polish and elevate the Obol brand through the graphic design of marketing materials and CSS animations.\nResponsibilities & Requirements\nYou will...- Design website, images, banners, animations, brochures, whitepapers, etc.- Create standards that ensure design consistency across all materials- Guide and elevate the Obol brand\nYou have... - Wide portfolio of designed marketing materials and animations- Experience working with design tools like Figma, Illustrator, etc.- The ability to take abstract concepts and turn them into polished designs\nWhat you will like about us\n\n\n\n* Developing open source public goods for permissionless networks\n\n* Solving groundbreaking problems in distributed cryptography and cryptoeconomics\n\n* Competitive compensation and benefits\n\n* Twice annual Global Off-sites\n\n* Annual opportunity to attend DevCon (or a blockchain conference of choice)\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading cryptography researchers and advisors\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading validators\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with Ethereum core client teams\n\n\n๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ In order to scale efficiently, we focus our hiring on candidates able to work during the standard business hours of the following timezones: GMT-8 to GMT+3. This does not mean that you have to be located in these timezones to get the job but must be able to work the bulk of your time during their standard business hours. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Web3, Solidity, Ethereum, Designer, CSS, Marketing, Golang and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $130,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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GUTS Tickets

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Remote - We look for candidates of various experience levels who know Golang or are interested to learn it with us. We offer visa sponsorship and 30% ruling if eligible.Weโ€™re looking for ambitious folks who want to shake up the events industry while working on cutting ... \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Golang, Golang and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n
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Sticker Mule


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๐Ÿ’ฐ $120k - $150k

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About Sticker Mule
Sticker Mule is the Internet's most "kick ass" brand. We are privately-owned, profitable, and powered by a globally distributed team that enjoys building happy customer experience at the highest technical standards. Our software team operates from 17 countries, and we're always looking for more exceptional engineers.


The SRE team is responsible for building, maintaining and securing our services infrastructure, while participating in the weekly on-call schedule.

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We offer

  1. Remote work with flexible schedules

  2. A privately owned, low-stress culture

  3. A fun "no bullshit" work environment

We like you to know

  1. Docker

  2. Kubernetes

  3. GCP

  4. AWS

  5. Go

  6. Postgres

  7. Redis

  8. Familiarity with JavaScript

  9. Excellent communication skills (English)

  10. Degree in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience


Challenges

  1. Build CI and CD pipelines

  2. Optimize and scale workloads

  3. Secure containers and web services


Compensation and benefits

  1. Salary: $120k+ based on experience

  2. $20,000 signing bonus

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Consensys

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EMEA - Remote
๐Ÿ’ฐ $65k - $120k*

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Remote Golang Backend Engineer

\nAt ConsenSys we have a vision of a world where data sovereignty and financial well-being is accessible to every person and organization. We believe Ethereum and decentralized protocol technology is a more trustworthy and equitable foundation for how we create and share value across the web. On this trusted, open source foundation, we can accelerate the worldโ€™s transition to a universally accessible network of distributed participants where transparency, security and freedom are fundamental.\n\nOur product suite, composed of Truffle, Infura, Quorum, Codefi, MetaMask, and Diligence, serves millions of users, supports billions of blockchain-based queries for our clients, and has handled billions of dollars in digital assets. As the leading Ethereum software company, ConsenSys enables developers, enterprises, and people worldwide to build next-generation applications, launch modern financial infrastructure, and access the decentralized web. To learn more about ConsenSys, and explore our products and solutions, visit http://consensys.net/. \nWhy join ConsenSys?\n\nRemote first. Youโ€™ll be joining a team based all over the world. Providing the unique opportunity to work with people from many different countries and cultures. Want to work remotely? Go ahead. Or pop into one of our offices? Weโ€™ve got you covered in NYC, DC, Dublin, London, Paris, Brisbane and Hong Kong. \n\nFlexible working arrangements. You can create your own journey with flexible schedules and locations. We believe everyone has the right to control their own freedom. Our people can make their own schedule, own their own time, and we encourage you to travel and work from anywhere in the world.\n\nContinuous learning and opportunities. Youโ€™ll be constantly exposed to new concepts, ideas and frameworks from your peers and as you work on different projects โ€” challenging you to stay at the top of your game. To support your development we pay for you to learn by offering unlimited access to Coursera, a platform with thousands of courses for you to learn whatever you want, and acquire new skills.\n\nUnlimited vacation/holidays. We value downtime to recharge and reset ensuring everyone at ConsenSys has work/life balance. Company-wide we participate in โ€œzero productivityโ€ days every quarter to take a break from work, shut down, and sit back and relax. \n\nOne of the most recognized tech companies in the blockchain ecosystem globally. Work experience at ConsenSys is a tremendous reference for your future career. Youโ€™ll join a network of entrepreneurs and technologists that reaches the edge of our ecosystem. \n\n \n\nAbout Infura\nInfura is the leading infrastructure platform providing scalable and easy-to-use APIs and cloud solutions for blockchain and decentralized application developers. Infura currently offers APIs for Ethereum, IPFS, and other leading decentralized networks, allowing developers to immediately begin building instead of spending time on architecting and maintaining their own infrastructure.\n\nInfura provides developers instant access to decentralized and blockchain networks without the need to sync or understand complicated peer to peer infrastructure. Similar to how one might access a cloud service to alleviate the friction of owning proprietary compute and storage, Infura lowers the barrier to entry for engineers to begin building.\n\nWe believe in a more equitable and decentralized future, and we know developers will be at the forefront of that progress. We want to empower developers to spend their time building, creating, and evolving by providing them with the best and easiest solution to their infrastructure needs.\n\nSome things to know about the Infura team, we are a remote first company, with team members all over the world. We strive to reduce meetings, respect work life balance, promote diversity, and generally be good people. We depend on each other not only to make an amazing product but to be a group that wants to succeed together. \n \n\nWhat youโ€™ll do\nIPFS and related decentralized storage solutions are a very exciting part of the web3 ecosystem. You will use your knowledge of Golang to design and implement backend services to support high volume access to IPFS services. You will be using your knowledge of system design to create new APIs, daemons, and web services that enable our customers to access decentralized storage at scale. You will collaborate with a team of senior engineers to build a key component of the decentralized world. \n \n\nWould be great if you brought this to the role\n\nYou bring deep experience with systems engineering. Ideally, you have architected numerous cloud based (AWS) systems using a performant language such as Golang to implement them. You have had significant experience with AWS, Linux, Docker, and RDMs such as Postgres. We work in a remote first environment, so strong communication and documentation skills as well as a proven ability to work within a remote team are highly desirable qualities. You have at least 4 years of experience with backend engineering and a bachelorโ€™s degree in Computer Science (or equivalent training / work experience).\n\nDon't meet all the requirements? Don't sweat it. Weโ€™re passionate about building a diverse team of humans and as such, if you think you've got what it takes for our remote-friendly, energetic start-up environmentโ€”apply anyway. While we have a pretty good idea of what we need, we're ready for you to challenge our thinking on who needs to be in this role. We are simply looking for amazing people who share in our vision for making great things with great people. \n\n\nConsenSys is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. We are committed to ensuring that our technology is made available and accessible to everyone. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.\n\nConsenSys is aware of fraudulent recruitment practices and we encourage all applicants to review our best practices to protect yourself which can be found here.\n\n \n\n#LI-JL1\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Web3, Ethereum, Travel, Cloud, Senior, Golang, Engineer, Backend and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $65,000 — $120,000/year\n
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Uphold

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๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡น Portugal
๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $120k*

Cryptocurrencies

 

GraphQL

 

Front End

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Uphold

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Remote Backend Engineer

The opportunity:\nWe are looking for a Backend Engineer to join our Engineering team. This is an incredibly exciting opportunity where youโ€™ll get to focus on building and improving our consumer and business APIs and the many microservices powering our web and mobile applications. You will be designing and building services with three core principles in mind: maintainability, performance, and security.\n \nIf you are excited about high-availability requirements, scalability problems, automated workflows, infrastructure orchestration, queueing systems, APIs and protocols like GraphQL and gRPC, Uphold is the place for you!\n \nWhat youโ€™ll be doing primarily:\n\nBuilding the most powerful, easy to use payment platform in the world.\n\nDelivering new features and enhancements to our platform.\n\nWorking closely with the Frontend and Mobile Engineering teams to integrate frontend UI.\n\nCollaborating with product managers, designers, engineers and other project stakeholders throughout the software development life cycle (planning, design, implementation, deployment and support).\n\nHelping the team keep up-to-date with the tech stack ecosystem.\n\nWriting high quality code with performance and scalability in mind.\n\n\n\n \nRequired qualifications:\n\nBS or advanced degree in Computer Science or equivalent.\n\nSpent lots of quality time coding, deeply learning the powerful idioms and important idiosyncrasies of multiple programming languages and their ecosystems. We like to code mostly in JavaScript (node.js), Python, Golang and C/C++.\n\nStrong understanding of relational (preferably PostgreSQL) and/or non-relational databases (e.g. Redis).\n\nStrong understanding of web semantics.\n\nKnowledge of revision control systems.\n\nBasic knowledge of standard development pipelines, including build and other automation tools.\n\nExcellent communication skills and a team player with the ability to work in cross-functional teams, and with a great attitude.\n\nFluent written and oral English skills. \n\n\n\n \nBonus if you have:\n\nExperience in developing APIs for other products youโ€™ve worked on.\n\nDeveloping software interacting with message queues (e.g. Kafka, NSQ, Pulsar or RabbitMQ).\n\nExperience in integrating APIs from other services providers.\n\nProven record of having worked with performance budgets. \n\nFluency in cryptocurrencies or other digital assets as they are core to our business.\n\nCommunity talks, certifications, and/or blog posts on your interests and research.\n\nOpen source project contributions of any kind, such as tools developed to solve specific problems youโ€™ve had or fixing issues on existing projects.\n\n\n\n \nImportantly, if youโ€™re looking for a senior role with us, you will have achieved many of the things above while also providing mentorship to others, and have engaged in public speaking opportunities.\n \nWhat we have to offer you:\n\nAn amazing work environment in a company that continues to grow, driven by extraordinary and passionate people that keep up innovating and challenging more each day.\n\nAn international team, in a cutting edge field, working on the most fascinating projects.\n\nGrowth and career opportunities, and the chance to be proactive and creative.\n\nA flexible and enthusiastic work environment that offers you snacks, a lot of coffee and other great benefits.\n\nOpen and transparent culture - we get together on a weekly basis to share updates, strategic plans, and engage with each other informally over food and drinks.\n\nInteresting events that keep you connected with the team and celebrate our success. \n\n\n\n \nBe part of a great company that is revolutionizing the financial services. Apply now!\n \n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to GraphQL, JavaScript, Mobile, Senior, Golang, Engineer and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nRemote - Portugal
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Copper


๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง United Kingdom
๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $110k*

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Cryptocurrency

 

Cryptocurrencies

Rabbitmq

Grafana

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Fintech

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Remote Software Engineering Team Lead

\nJoin the fastest growing fintech in Europe\n\n \n\nCopper is transforming how institutional investors engage with digital assets, providing market-leading infrastructure in addition to custody, trading and prime brokerage solutions.\n\nOur award-winning custody application leverages the genius of multi-party computation (MPC) and can be configured to support cold, warm, and hot wallet solutions.\n\nAsset managers are further protected by our pioneering ClearLoop network, which enables off-exchange trading and settlement at tier-1 digital asset exchanges. An offering enhanced by the availability of uncollateralised lending.\n\nCopper's secure wallet architecture is available as a standalone application, a mobile app, and a browser extension for smart contract signing. With an easy to navigate interface, market making liquidity, and a team always ready to assist you, Copper will change the way you look at crypto.\n\nAt Copper our culture is based on innovation, enthusiasm and above all else collaboration.\n \nThe department environment\nWe aim to achieve a balance between corporate culture and start-up culture, and at the same time be close to product solutions. Therefore, we divide our department into small self-sufficient teams that can make decisions on their own. This applies to all stages of product production: from conceptualisation to architecture, to build, to release, to iteration and support. \nEach day you are working in a fast and dynamic environment. You are participating in every stage of product and feature development: to support, improve, and create from scratch services that handle over 50 blockchain protocols with more than 500 cryptocurrency assets used by the largest institutions clients. \nYou'll do lots of research and develop your knowledge regarding cryptocurrency and blockchain area including data processing, protocols integration etc. In addition to this, you'll be surrounded by friendly high-level specialists who are ready to share their knowledge.\n\nThe team is currently working on implementing several major product changes that will improve client experience with cryptocurrency interaction like secure cryptocurrencies management or simplifying user flows with interacting with Decentralised Finances (DeFi)\n\n \n\nYour role \n\n\n* Join as a part of the product development team, participating in every stage of product and feature development - from conceptualisation to architecture, to build, to release, to iteration and support \n\n* Be responsible for team outcome from end to end โ€“ leading the team with different positions include (developers, QA, infrastructure engineers), planning team activities, setup and follow agile development processes, establish communication with other departments, controlling codebase quality and production deployment cycles \n\n* Implement the necessary practices to comply with global certifications such as SOC2 \n\n* Support and solve problems from clients and stakeholders \n\n\n\n\n \n\nYour experience, skills and knowledge\n\n\n* At least 1 significant role as a leader of a team/group. \n\n* Solid communication skills, and an understanding of how people are motivated \n\n* 6+ years of hands-on backend development experience with large scale systems \n\n* Diverse programming experience including at least one; Scala, JS/TS (Node.js), Kotlin and/or Java - combined with one of; Golang or Rust \n\n* Experience with relational and NoSQL databases \n\n* Experience in building and optimising systems for working with large amounts of data, both at the database level and interactions between services \n\n* Experience with containerisation and DevOps practices \n\n* Experience working on blockchain development (cryptocurrency wallets, blockchain data processing, DeFi, Smart Contracts etc) \n\n* Experience with traditional financial services \n\n\n\n\n \n\nOur core tech, tools, and languages \n\n\n* Software development languages: Scala, Javascript/Typescript (Node.js) \n\n* Storage: PostgreSQL, Mongo DB, Clickhouse \n\n* Backend Frameworks: Spring, Akka HTTP \n\n* Frontend Frameworks: React, ElectronJs \n\n* Interservice communication: RabbitMQ \n\n* Architecture: Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) \n\n* Infrastructure: AWS, Terraform, Ansible, Docker, Mesos/Marathon container orchestration, Consul, Nginx, GoCD by ThoughtWorks CI/CD, Prometheus, Kibana, Grafana \n\n\n\n\n \n\nOur benefits \n\n\n* Bi-annual bonus incentive \n\n* Employee Growth Share equity incentive \n\n* 25 days holiday a year plus bank holiday entitlement (increasing by one day per year of service up to 30 days) \n\n* Private medical and dental care \n\n* Pension with matched contribution, up to 10% of salary \n\n* Home Working Energy Support Scheme \n\n* Regular game nights, quiz nights, cinema nights and cultural events \n\n* An annual Copper Summit (This year was Lisbon!) \n\n* Breakfast and refreshments in the office \n\n\n\n\n \n\n#LI-AB1 #LI-DNI \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Rabbitmq, Grafana, DevOps, Java, Scheme, NoSQL, Mobile, Golang and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nRemote - UK and Europe
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Obol Labs

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Worldwide
๐Ÿ’ฐ $70k - $125k*

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Solidity

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Obol Labs is hiring a
Remote Senior Software Engineer Infrastructure

Who Are We?\nObol Labs is a remote-first research and software development team focused on Proof of Stake infrastructure for public blockchain networks. Specific topics of focus are Internet Bonds, Distributed Validator Technology, and Multi-Operator Validation. The core team includes 14 members spread across 8 countries.\nThe core team is building the Obol Network, a protocol to foster trust-minimized staking through multi-operator validation. This will enable low-trust access to Ethereum staking yield, which can be used as a core building block in various Web3 products.\nThe Network\nThe network can be best visualized as a work layer that sits directly on top of the base layer consensus. This work layer is designed to provide the base layer with more resiliency and decentralization as it scales. In this chapter of Ethereum, we will move on to the next great scaling challenge, which is stake centralization. Layers like Obol are critical to the long-term viability and resiliency of public networks, especially networks like Ethereum.\nObol as a layer is focused on scaling main chain staking by providing permissionless access to Distributed Validators. The network utilizes a middleware implementation of Distributed Validator Technology (DVT), to enable the operation of distributed validator clusters that can preserve validators' current client and remote signing configurations.\nSimilar to how roll-up technology laid the foundation for L2 scaling implementations, we believe DVT will do the same for scaling the consensus layer while preserving decentralization. Staking infrastructure is entering its protocol phase of evolution, which must include trust-minimized staking networks that can be plugged into at scale. We believe DVT will evolve into a widely used primitive and will ensure the security, resiliency, and decentralization of public networks.\nThe Obol Network develops and maintains four core public goods that will eventually work together through circular economics:\n\nThe DV Launchpad, a User Interface for bootstrapping and managing Distributed Validators\n\n\nCharon, a middleware Golang client that enables validators to run in a fault-tolerant, distributed manner\n\n\nObol Managers, a set of solidity libraries for the formation of Distributed Validators tailored to different use cases such as DeFi, Liquid Staking, and Fractionalized Deposits \n\n\nObol Testnets, a set of ongoing public incentivized testnets that enable any sized operator to test their deployment before serving for the Ethereum Main net\n\nSustainable Public Goods\nObol is inspired by previous work on Ethereum public goods and experimenting with circular economics. We believe that to unlock innovation in staking use cases, a credibly neutral layer must exist for innovation to flow and evolve vertically. Without this layer, highly available uptime will continue to be a moat.\nThe Obol Network will become an open, community-governed, self-sustaining project over the coming months and years. Together we will incentivize, build, and maintain distributed validator technology that makes public networks a more secure and resilient foundation to build on top of.\nJob Description\nThe Infrastructure team at Obol is looking for talented and experienced engineers to help us build and support our infrastructure. Join our growing organization and you will get a chance to be in the driving seat of innovation and change at Obol.\nAs an infrastructure Software Engineer, your primary role will be building, monitoring, and ensuring the reliability of our globally distributed infrastructure that powers Obolโ€™s network for thousands of DVT clusters. You will develop solutions, tools, and processes to increase developers' productivity and promote DevOps culture across the engineering teams while adhering to the industry security best practices and world-class quality measures.\nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n* Build an enterprise-grade software development lifecycle that grows with the Obol team\n\n* Automate blockchain infrastructure provisioning in cloud environments based on GCP, Kubernetes, Terraform, and Helm.\n\n* Drive a culture of automation, both within the team and throughout the organization, to scale Obolโ€™s efficiently and reliably\n\n* Build tools, processes, scripts, and CICD workflows (Github Actions) that help accelerate the engineering team so we can deliver better products faster.\n\n* Ensure Obolโ€™s cloud platform's high availability, reliability, security, and performance through implementing observability and SRE standards and building monitoring infrastructure with tools such as Grafana, Prometheus, and VictoriaMetrics.\n\n* Performing blameless post-mortems whenever thereโ€™s an unplanned outage.\n\n* Participate in technical discussions to aid system design, analysis, and troubleshooting\n\n* Assessment of current and future systems to ensure they adhere to security standards\n\n* Writing clear documentation around infrastructure code and development tooling so that itโ€™s easy to understand, use, and modify\n\n* Participate in the Ethereum ecosystem events from the DevOps side.\n\n\n\nWhat you will like about us\n\n\n\n* Building a world-class infrastructure that empowers a leading blockchain and Ethereum technology.\n\n* Solving groundbreaking problems in distributed cryptography and cryptoeconomics\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading cryptography researchers and advisors\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading validators\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with Ethereum core client teams\n\n* Twice annual Global Off-sitesAnnual opportunity to attend DevCon (or a blockchain conference of choice)\n\n* Competitive compensation and benefits.\n\n\n๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ In order to scale efficiently, we focus our hiring on candidates able to work during the standard business hours of the following timezones: GMT-8 to GMT+3. This does not mean that you have to be located in these timezones to get the job but must be able to work the bulk of your time during their standard business hours. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Web3, Solidity, Ethereum, DevOps, Cloud, Senior, Golang and Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $125,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Qredo


๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ Spain
๐Ÿ’ฐ $70k - $120k*

Design

 

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Python

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Remote Golang Engineer

Qredo is a decentralized digital asset management infrastructure and product suite designed to unlock new opportunities for institutional investors in digital assets and decentralized finance. Qredo's Layer 2 blockchain protocol enables users to seamlessly transfer and settle BTC, ETH, and ERC-20 tokens. Assets are secured by Qredoโ€™s advanced Gen 2.0 multi-party computation (MPC), which provides tier-1 bank security and institutional-grade governance.\n*** This is a remote opportunity. We welcome candidates around the globe to apply! *** \nThis is a hands-on role for a highly experienced backend services developer with an interest in blockchain and cybersecurity, and a depth of knowledge and passion for building secure solutions. We can offer unique technical challenges, a supportive and creative environment with the opportunity to have an important role in a fast-growing organisation.\nYou will focus on creating Qredoโ€™s core backend services, a part of larger suite of functionality within its digital asset custody and transfer platform. You will work directly on our core backend codebase, contributing to product design decisions and getting involved in the day-to-day activities of a small but highly productive development team. This is the perfect role for a highly experienced software developer who enjoys adopting new technologies and who sets high standards for themselves and those around them. \nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n* Write high-quality Go code\n\n* Collaborate with colleges to design architecture and test code\n\n* Where possible contribute to our other code bases in C, C++, Python and JavaScript\n\n* Define and follow coding standards (style, testing, reusability etc.)\n\n* Keep informed about new technologies and techniques that will help Qredo to achieve its goals\n\n* Ensure code is deployed safely\n\n* Contribute ideas to our product development process\n\n* Problem solving โ€“ including problem diagnosis, bug fixing, troubleshooting and firefighting\n\n* Be available for out of hours support\n\n* At your discretion get involved with other aspects of the work of the R&D Department\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\n\n\n* Computer Science Degree or equivalent industry experience\n\n* 5 years+ experience in software development including minimum 12 months Golang\n\n* Proven experience with producing production-ready and highly scalable applications\n\n* Excellent knowledge in Linux shell, scripting and popular CI/CD tools\n\n* Excellent knowledge of Docker and Git\n\n* Experience with SQL (Postgres), NoSQL and distributed databases\n\n* Experience with microservice architecture, message queues and fast k/v stores (Redis)\n\n* Excellent knowledge of HTTP protocol internals, Websockets and RestAPI principles\n\n* C/C++, Python or Javascript is a plus\n\n* Good teamwork and communication skills\n\n* Excellent English \n\n\n\nQredo offers\n\n\n\n* Flexibility to work from anywhere and possibility for international transfer\n\n* Assistance with home office setup as well as offsite team building allowance\n\n* Culturally diverse work environment (we speak 33 languages!)\n\n* Great career development opportunities in a growing company\n\n* Competitive compensation and benefits package within the industry\n\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Python, Docker, JavaScript, NoSQL, Golang, Engineer, Linux, Backend and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nRemote - Madrid, Spain
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OpenZeppelin


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OpenZeppelin is hiring a
Remote Blockchain Security Researcher

\nAbout us\n\nOpenZeppelin is a leading cybersecurity company that provides security products to build, automate, and operate decentralized applications.\n\nWith a mission to protect the open economy, our team created the most popular open source library for smart contract development with over 4 million downloads. Our unique expertise subsequently allowed us to uncover major security vulnerabilities for the Ethereum Foundation, MakerDAO, and Facebookโ€™s Libra, and conduct security audits for many top blockchain companies including Coinbase, Brave, Compound, Aave, and Augur. \n\nBuilding on this experience, we recently launched a platform to help teams automate their Ethereum operations and securely ship products faster: OpenZeppelin Defender. \n\nWith the success of our products, security audit work, and open source educational efforts, we are setting industry standards for building secure systems in a fast-growing industry that is creating an open financial system for the world.\n\n\n\n\n\nThis opening is for a Security Researcher role within the company. If you would like to build and maintain the contracts library, Defender or any of our products, consider the product development openings.\nWhat you'll be doing\n\n\n* \n\nReview smart contracts for the top decentralized applications before they get launched and present findings and vulnerabilities that the protocol can have to the client.\n\n\n* \n\nTeam up with one or two auditors and review code line by line and try to hack it.\n\n\n* \n\nWorking on proposals to make code easier to understand and use in the future by sharing good practices\n\n\n* \n\nConduct open-ended research around cutting edge blockchain technologies.\n\n\n* \n\nPaid time to conduct research and contribute to OpenZeppelinโ€™s projects and knowledge\n\n\n\n\nYou have\n\n\n* \n\nHands-on and practical experience in one or more of the following areas: software development, cyber security, mathematics.\n\n\n* \n\nExperience with public Ethereum or other EVM-based blockchains.\n\n\n* \n\nKnowledge in the Solidity programming language.\n\n\n* \n\nIntellectual curiosity and the capability to learn complex topics\n\n\n* \n\nAbove-average attention to detail skills.\n\n\n* \n\nThe ability to work independently, with minimal supervision.\n\n\n* \n\nAn advanced English level and great communication skills (oral and written).\n\n\n* \n\nPassion about the blockchain space and decentralization.\n\n\n* \n\nAbility to work collaboratively in a distributed team.\n\n\n\n\nNice to have\n\n\n\n\nExperience in Back-end programming using JavaScript, Python, Golang or Rust\n\n\n\n\nExperience performing code reviews.\n\n\n\n\nExperience in financial engineering and/or capital markets microstructure\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nBenefits\n\n\n* \n\nMedical Insurance: Top quality insurance options for you.\n\n\n* \n\nPaid leave for new parents.\n\n\n* \n\nTeam Events: Company retreats in different locations around the world.\n\n\n* \n\nMonthly allowance for wellness activities.\n\n\n* \n\nCoworking: access to a coworking space of your choice.\n\n\n* \n\nTraining: Technical training, spoken language lessons in any language of your choice.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nAt OpenZeppelin, we are an equal opportunity employer and we value different perspectives. We are committed to building a diverse workforce. This includes but is not limited to gender, race, sexual orientation, religion, national origin and other characteristics that make each one of us unique. In this uniqueness, we find the most value. Come join us!\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Solidity, Ethereum and Golang jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $140,000/year\n
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Textile

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Textile is hiring a
Remote Backend API Engineer

\n\nAt Textile, weโ€™re looking for passion, integrity, and an experimental mindset. We welcome rigorous thinkers who can move quickly, learn continuously, and thrive in a supportive, engaging, and diverse workplaceโ€”join us.\n\nโ€”\n\nTextile's mission is to accelerate the exchange of information on the Internet. We are a technology company focused on building tools that help developers leverage open networks, protocols, and blockchains. We are a small, fully remote team aligned in our vision to experimentally change the relationship between technology and data. We are currently building Tableland. We are a fully open source company.\n\nTextile's infrastructure is written primarily in Golang and sits at the heart of Textile's products and gRPC services. It is built on top of protocols like Libp2p, IPFS, and Filecoin and is deployed to Google Kubernetes Engine. Your role will interact with layers throughout the stack and own responsibilities from research and development to implementation and production monitoring.\n\nYou will:\n\n\n* Become a deep technical expert across Libp2p, IPFS, and Filecoin.\n\n* Research, contribute to the product vision and help define the roadmap of multiple products.\n\n* Build and maintain features on the Textile Hub. Implement new APIs. Optimize existing APIs.\n\n* Build new services and systems to integrate with blockchain networks.\n\n* Build new features to integrate with the Filecoin network.\n\n* Build and help evolve Powergate, go-threads, and go-buckets.\n\n\n\n\nYou also likely:\n\n\n* Have 5+ years of production-level Golang experience.\n\n* Have some interest in TypeScript, Rust, or Solidity.\n\n* Are an excellent communicator and writer.\n\n* Are incredibly curious, professional, personable, and self-directed.\n\n* Have track-record of influencing and making critical decisions.\n\n* Have open-source project experience.\n\n* Are interested in Filecoin or related technologies.\n\n* Have attention to detail with a passion for software architecture and design.\n\n* Have a location in a timezone between GMT -3 to GMT -7 (South or North America)\n\n\n\n\nPerks:\n\n\n* Contribute to technology at the forefront of the web.\n\n* Work with a company on a mission to have a positive impact.\n\n* Work on a fully remote team.\n\n* Work on a small, passionate team.\n\n* An entrepreneurial opportunity where you can have oversized impacts.\n\n* Opportunity to drive innovation and strategy.\n\n* Your work will be open source.\n\n\n\n\nLocation\n\nTextile is a fully remote company spanning GMT -3 to GMT -7 (North America & South America). While being small, we've found that it is helpful to have a high level of overlap as a team.\n\nLearn more about us at https://textile.io, https://tableland.xyz, and @tableland__.\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to API, Golang, Engineer and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Obol Labs

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Obol Labs is hiring a
Remote Senior Software Engineer Solidity

Who Are We?\nObol Labs is a remote-first research and software development team focused on Proof of Stake infrastructure for public blockchain networks. Specific topics of focus are Internet Bonds, Distributed Validator Technology, and Multi-Operator Validation. The core team includes 14 members spread across 8 countries.\nThe core team is building the Obol Network, a protocol to foster trust-minimized staking through multi-operator validation. This will enable low-trust access to Ethereum staking yield, which can be used as a core building block in various Web3 products.\nThe Network\nThe network can be best visualized as a work layer that sits directly on top of the base layer consensus. This work layer is designed to provide the base layer with more resiliency and decentralization as it scales. In this chapter of Ethereum, we will move on to the next great scaling challenge, which is stake centralization. Layers like Obol are critical to the long-term viability and resiliency of public networks, especially networks like Ethereum.\nObol as a layer is focused on scaling main chain staking by providing permissionless access to Distributed Validators. The network utilizes a middleware implementation of Distributed Validator Technology (DVT), to enable the operation of distributed validator clusters that can preserve validators' current client and remote signing configurations.\nSimilar to how roll-up technology laid the foundation for L2 scaling implementations, we believe DVT will do the same for scaling the consensus layer while preserving decentralization. Staking infrastructure is entering its protocol phase of evolution, which must include trust-minimized staking networks that can be plugged into at scale. We believe DVT will evolve into a widely used primitive and will ensure the security, resiliency, and decentralization of public networks.\nThe Obol Network develops and maintains four core public goods that will eventually work together through circular economics:\n\nThe DV Launchpad, a User Interface for bootstrapping and managing Distributed Validators\n\n\nCharon, a middleware Golang client that enables validators to run in a fault-tolerant, distributed manner\n\n\nObol Managers, a set of solidity libraries for the formation of Distributed Validators tailored to different use cases such as DeFi, Liquid Staking, and Fractionalized Deposits \n\n\nObol Testnets, a set of ongoing public incentivized testnets that enable any sized operator to test their deployment before serving for the Ethereum Main net\n\nSustainable Public Goods\nObol is inspired by previous work on Ethereum public goods and experimenting with circular economics. We believe that to unlock innovation in staking use cases, a credibly neutral layer must exist for innovation to flow and evolve vertically. Without this layer, highly available uptime will continue to be a moat.\nThe Obol Network will become an open, community-governed, self-sustaining project over the coming months and years. Together we will incentivize, build, and maintain distributed validator technology that makes public networks a more secure and resilient foundation to build on top of.\nSenior Software Engineer, Solidity\n\nSenior Solidity Engineers are passionate about decentralization and have a thorough understanding of the EVM. This role is responsible for driving the direction of the Obol Manager smart contract implementation(s) from early architecture and design documents, through to gas golfing and layer 2 scaling; while building up a professional smart contract engineering team in the process. At Obol we are stripping Ethereum clients down to their fundamentals and rebuilding them in a highly-available by default, byzantine tolerant architecture, capable of being run by multiple operators. This project will push the envelope on distributed systems and their coordination via smart contracts beyond what has been seen in the space to date.\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n* Develop EVM smart contracts for the provisioning of Ethereum validators\n\n* Build an enterprise grade smart contract development lifecycle that grows with the Obol team\n\n* Develop robust smart contract testing infrastructure. (unit, symbolic, mainnet-fork, fuzz, etc)\n\n* Manage professional smart contract deployment and monitoring processes\n\n* Participate in the technical interview process\n\n* Develop hackathon friendly smart contract template repos for people to try out Obol \n\n* Develop integration smart contracts into existing liquid staking solutions\n\n* Oversee the solidity audit process pre-mainnet\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nWhat you will like about us\n\n\n\n* Developing open source public goods for permissionless networks\n\n* Solving groundbreaking problems in distributed cryptography and cryptoeconomics\n\n* Competitive compensation and benefits\n\n* Twice annual Global Off-sites\n\n* Annual opportunity to attend DevCon (or a blockchain conference of choice)\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry leading cryptography researchers and advisors\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry leading validators\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with Ethereum core client teams\n\n\n\n\n๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ In order to scale efficiently, we focus our hiring on candidates able to work during the standard business hours of the following timezones: GMT-8 to GMT+3. This does not mean that you have to be located in these timezones to get the job but must be able to work the bulk of your time during their standard business hours.\nโš ๏ธ This role has been hired for but we are keeping the application open as we are growing fast and are always open to great talent โš ๏ธ \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Solidity, Design, Web3, Ethereum, Testing, Senior, Golang, Engineer and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $130,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Kira Network

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Worldwide
๐Ÿ’ฐ $70k - $120k*

Developer

 

Linux

Kira Network is hiring a
Remote Blockchain Developer

\nKIRA Blockchain Developer\n\n\n\n\nRequirements:\n\n\n\n * Excellent understanding of Golang and cosmos-sdk with prior experience in blockchain development. \n\n * Strong familiarity with Linux OS,\n\n * Basic familiarity infrastructure development\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Golang, Linux and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Obol Labs

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Obol Labs is hiring a
Remote Senior Software Engineer GoLang

Who Are We?\nObol Labs is a remote-first research and software development team focused on Proof of Stake infrastructure for public blockchain networks. Specific topics of focus are Internet Bonds, Distributed Validator Technology, and Multi-Operator Validation. The core team includes 14 members spread across 8 countries.\nThe core team is building the Obol Network, a protocol to foster trust-minimized staking through multi-operator validation. This will enable low-trust access to Ethereum staking yield, which can be used as a core building block in various Web3 products.\nThe Network\nThe network can be best visualized as a work layer that sits directly on top of the base layer consensus. This work layer is designed to provide the base layer with more resiliency and decentralization as it scales. In this chapter of Ethereum, we will move on to the next great scaling challenge, which is stake centralization. Layers like Obol are critical to the long-term viability and resiliency of public networks, especially networks like Ethereum.\nObol as a layer is focused on scaling main chain staking by providing permissionless access to Distributed Validators. The network utilizes a middleware implementation of Distributed Validator Technology (DVT), to enable the operation of distributed validator clusters that can preserve validators' current client and remote signing configurations.\nSimilar to how roll-up technology laid the foundation for L2 scaling implementations, we believe DVT will do the same for scaling the consensus layer while preserving decentralization. Staking infrastructure is entering its protocol phase of evolution, which must include trust-minimized staking networks that can be plugged into at scale. We believe DVT will evolve into a widely used primitive and will ensure the security, resiliency, and decentralization of public networks.\nThe Obol Network develops and maintains four core public goods that will eventually work together through circular economics:\n\nThe DV Launchpad, a User Interface for bootstrapping and managing Distributed Validators\n\n\nCharon, a middleware Golang client that enables validators to run in a fault-tolerant, distributed manner\n\n\nObol Managers, a set of solidity libraries for the formation of Distributed Validators tailored to different use cases such as DeFi, Liquid Staking, and Fractionalized Deposits \n\n\nObol Testnets, a set of ongoing public incentivized testnets that enable any sized operator to test their deployment before serving for the Ethereum Main net\n\nSustainable Public Goods\nObol is inspired by previous work on Ethereum public goods and experimenting with circular economics. We believe that to unlock innovation in staking use cases, a credibly neutral layer must exist for innovation to flow and evolve vertically. Without this layer, highly available uptime will continue to be a moat.\nThe Obol Network will become an open, community-governed, self-sustaining project over the coming months and years. Together we will incentivize, build, and maintain distributed validator technology that makes public networks a more secure and resilient foundation to build on top of.\nSenior Software Engineer, GoLang\nSenior Software Engineers are polymaths with experience across all layers of the technology stack. This role is responsible for driving the direction of the Obol DVT implementation(s) from early architecture and design documents, to performance tuning and scaling and building up a professional engineering team in the process. At Obol we are stripping Ethereum clients down to their fundamentals and rebuilding them in a highly-available by default, byzantine tolerant architecture, capable of being run by multiple operators. This project will push the envelope on distributed systems and coordination via smart contracts beyond what has been seen in the space to date.\nResponsibilities\n\n\n\n* Developing open source public goods for permissionless networks\n\n* Start and grow a professional engineering department within Obol\n\n* Work with advisors and stakeholders to develop Obol products\n\n* Solve technical problems of the highest scope, complexity, and ambiguity with autonomy\n\n* Play a central role in technical, business, and organizational contributions\n\n* Management and responsibility for Technical milestones and development teams\n\n* Interview technical hires\n\n* Present key technical findings and solutions to the Obol core team\n\n* Build GoLang based HTTP clients, servers and validators\n\n* Build web-related infrastructure for supporting our testnets and production deployments\n\n\n\n\n\nWhat you will like about us\n\n\n\n* Solving groundbreaking problems in distributed cryptography and cryptoeconomics\n\n* Competitive compensation and benefits\n\n* Twice annual Global Off-sites\n\n* Annual opportunity to attend DevCon (or a blockchain conference of choice)\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry leading cryptography researchers and advisors\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry leading validators\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with Ethereum core client teams\n\n\n\n\n๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ In order to scale efficiently, we focus our hiring on candidates able to work during the standard business hours of the following timezones: GMT-8 to GMT+3. This does not mean that you have to be located in these timezones to get the job but must be able to work the bulk of your time during their standard business hours. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Web3, Solidity, Ethereum, Senior, Golang, Engineer and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $130,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Obol Labs

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Design

 

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Animation

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Obol Labs is hiring a
Remote Marketing Graphic Designer CSS Animation Specialist

Who Are We?\nObol Labs is a remote-first research and software development team focused on Proof of Stake infrastructure for public blockchain networks. Specific topics of focus are Internet Bonds, Distributed Validator Technology, and Multi-Operator Validation. The core team includes 14 members spread across 8 countries.\nThe core team is building the Obol Network, a protocol to foster trust-minimized staking through multi-operator validation. This will enable low-trust access to Ethereum staking yield, which can be used as a core building block in various Web3 products.\nThe Network\nThe network can be best visualized as a work layer that sits directly on top of the base layer consensus. This work layer is designed to provide the base layer with more resiliency and decentralization as it scales. In this chapter of Ethereum, we will move on to the next great scaling challenge, which is stake centralization. Layers like Obol are critical to the long-term viability and resiliency of public networks, especially networks like Ethereum.\nObol as a layer is focused on scaling main chain staking by providing permissionless access to Distributed Validators. The network utilizes a middleware implementation of Distributed Validator Technology (DVT), to enable the operation of distributed validator clusters that can preserve validators' current client and remote signing configurations.\nSimilar to how roll-up technology laid the foundation for L2 scaling implementations, we believe DVT will do the same for scaling the consensus layer while preserving decentralization. Staking infrastructure is entering its protocol phase of evolution, which must include trust-minimized staking networks that can be plugged into at scale. We believe DVT will evolve into a widely used primitive and will ensure the security, resiliency, and decentralization of public networks.\nThe Obol Network develops and maintains four core public goods that will eventually work together through circular economics:\n\nThe DV Launchpad, a User Interface for bootstrapping and managing Distributed Validators\n\n\nCharon, a middleware Golang client that enables validators to run in a fault-tolerant, distributed manner\n\n\nObol Managers, a set of solidity libraries for the formation of Distributed Validators tailored to different use cases such as DeFi, Liquid Staking, and Fractionalized Deposits \n\n\nObol Testnets, a set of ongoing public incentivized testnets that enable any sized operator to test their deployment before serving for the Ethereum Main net\n\nSustainable Public Goods\nObol is inspired by previous work on Ethereum public goods and experimenting with circular economics. We believe that to unlock innovation in staking use cases, a credibly neutral layer must exist for innovation to flow and evolve vertically. Without this layer, highly available uptime will continue to be a moat.\nThe Obol Network will become an open, community-governed, self-sustaining project over the coming months and years. Together we will incentivize, build, and maintain distributed validator technology that makes public networks a more secure and resilient foundation to build on top of.\nJob Description\nWe are looking for a creative and passionate designer to polish and elevate the Obol brand through graphic design of marketing materials and CSS animations.\nResponsibilities & Requirements\nYou will...- Design website, images, banners, animations, brochures, whitepapers, etc.- Create standards that ensure design consistency across all materials- Guide and elevate the Obol brand\nYou have... - Wide portfolio of designed marketing materials and animations- Experience working with design tools like Figma, Illustrator, etc.- The ability to take abstract concepts and turn them into polished designs\nWhat you will like about us\n\n\n\n* Developing open source public goods for permissionless networks\n\n* Solving groundbreaking problems in distributed cryptography and cryptoeconomics\n\n* Competitive compensation and benefits\n\n* Twice annual Global Off-sites\n\n* Annual opportunity to attend DevCon (or a blockchain conference of choice)\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading cryptography researchers and advisors\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading validators\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with Ethereum core client teams\n\n\n๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ In order to scale efficiently, we focus our hiring on candidates able to work during the standard business hours of the following timezones: GMT-8 to GMT+3. This does not mean that you have to be located in these timezones to get the job but must be able to work the bulk of your time during their standard business hours. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Web3, Solidity, Ethereum, CSS, Marketing, Golang and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $125,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Obol Labs


Worldwide
๐Ÿ’ฐ $65k - $135k*

Cfo

 

Web3

 

Solidity

Ethereum

Software

Test

Obol Labs is hiring a
Remote Chief of Staff CFO

Who Are We?\nObol Labs is a remote-first research and software development team focused on Proof of Stake infrastructure for public blockchain networks. Specific topics of focus are Internet Bonds, Distributed Validator Technology, and Multi-Operator Validation. The core team includes 14 members spread across 8 countries.\nThe core team is building the Obol Network, a protocol to foster trust-minimized staking through multi-operator validation. This will enable low-trust access to Ethereum staking yield, which can be used as a core building block in various Web3 products.\nThe Network\nThe network can be best visualized as a work layer that sits directly on top of the base layer consensus. This work layer is designed to provide the base layer with more resiliency and decentralization as it scales. In this chapter of Ethereum, we will move on to the next great scaling challenge, which is stake centralization. Layers like Obol are critical to the long-term viability and resiliency of public networks, especially networks like Ethereum.\nObol as a layer is focused on scaling main chain staking by providing permissionless access to Distributed Validators. The network utilizes a middleware implementation of Distributed Validator Technology (DVT), to enable the operation of distributed validator clusters that can preserve validators' current client and remote signing configurations.\nSimilar to how roll-up technology laid the foundation for L2 scaling implementations, we believe DVT will do the same for scaling the consensus layer while preserving decentralization. Staking infrastructure is entering its protocol phase of evolution, which must include trust-minimized staking networks that can be plugged into at scale. We believe DVT will evolve into a widely used primitive and will ensure the security, resiliency, and decentralization of public networks.\nThe Obol Network develops and maintains four core public goods that will eventually work together through circular economics:\n\nThe DV Launchpad, a User Interface for bootstrapping and managing Distributed Validators\n\n\nCharon, a middleware Golang client that enables validators to run in a fault-tolerant, distributed manner\n\n\nObol Managers, a set of solidity libraries for the formation of Distributed Validators tailored to different use cases such as DeFi, Liquid Staking, and Fractionalized Deposits \n\n\nObol Testnets, a set of ongoing public incentivized testnets that enable any sized operator to test their deployment before serving for the Ethereum Main net\n\nSustainable Public Goods\nObol is inspired by previous work on Ethereum public goods and experimenting with circular economics. We believe that to unlock innovation in staking use cases, a credibly neutral layer must exist for innovation to flow and evolve vertically. Without this layer, highly available uptime will continue to be a moat.\nThe Obol Network will become an open, community-governed, self-sustaining project over the coming months and years. Together we will incentivize, build, and maintain distributed validator technology that makes public networks a more secure and resilient foundation to build on top of.\nJob Description\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* \n\n\n\nWhat you will like about us\n\n\n\n* Developing open source public goods for permissionless networks\n\n* Solving groundbreaking problems in distributed cryptography and cryptoeconomics\n\n* Competitive compensation and benefits\n\n* Twice annual Global Off-sites\n\n* Annual opportunity to attend DevCon (or a blockchain conference of choice)\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading cryptography researchers and advisors\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading validators\n\n* Opportunity to collaborate with Ethereum core client teams\n\n\n๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ In order to scale efficiently, we focus our hiring on candidates able to work during the standard business hours of the following timezones: GMT-8 to GMT+3. This does not mean that you have to be located in these timezones to get the job but must be able to work the bulk of your time during their standard business hours. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Web3, Solidity, Ethereum and Golang jobs that are similar:\n\n $65,000 — $135,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Vistas Recruitment

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๐ŸŒ Probably worldwide
๐Ÿ’ฐ $70k - $120k*

Software

 

Senior

Go

Engineer

Recruiter

Vistas Recruitment is hiring a
Remote Senior Go Software Engineer

Remote - Location: Remote - EMEAType: PermanentSalary: ยฃ80,000 - ยฃ115,000 Per AnnumDo you enjoy working on high traffic applications?Do you want to work in a remote-first company? Iย have been asked to findย a senior engineer with experience working at scale (1M+ requests... \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Golang, Senior, Engineer and Recruiter jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n
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alfaview gmbh

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๐ŸŒ Probably worldwide
๐Ÿ’ฐ $60k - $120k*

Video

 

Senior

Engineer

Backend

alfaview gmbh is hiring a
Remote Senior Backend Engineer

Remote - We are looking for a highly motivated Senior Backend Engineer (f/m/d) who joins our team in the development of a next generation cross-platform video conferencing software.Senior Backend Engineer (f/m/d)We are looking for a highly motivated Senior Backend Engineer ... \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Golang, Video, Senior, Engineer and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $120,000/year\n
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Moralis

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Worldwide
๐Ÿ’ฐ $68k - $120k*

Web3

 

Redis

 

Code

Typescript

API

Senior

Go

Engineer

Backend

Moralis is hiring a
Remote Senior Backend Engineer API Team

\n\nAre you ready for something fresh and exciting, a chance to dive into some cool, new tech?\nAt Moralis youโ€™ll work in a fast, dedicated and innovative environment and youโ€™ll join a company growing at an exciting pace. Youโ€™ll have the opportunity to work with the best projects in Web3. Currently we are on our journey to onboard the next 1 million Developers to Web3 through Moralis.\nFor us to be able to reach that, continue delivering outstanding results, and grow at the desired pace, we are looking for a Senior Backend Engineer to work directly with our API team\nย \nAbout the role ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ’ป๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ป\nAs a Senior Backend Engineer in the API Team you will be working with on-chain data extraction and building data processing pipelines.\n * This is learning intensive job - you need to learn how to decode the relevant on-chain data emitted by different blockchain\n * You need to learn how Moralis currently processes on-chain data and improve our current data pipeline\n * When Moralis needs to implement new features you will need to learn new smart contract standards and understand how they emit data and implement new data pipelines\n * Proactively look for ways to make the next iteration a bit better in regards to scalability, observability, tech debt and testability\n \n\n\n\nMoralis Culture\nIf you want to learn about Moralis, our values and our ways of working - be sure to check out the Moralis Onboarding course. We highly value the cultural fit and the onboarding course explains exactly how we work and how we are as a team.\nAbout you ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™€๏ธ\n\n * You're able to contribute independently and self-manage your tasks and projects\n * You're self-motivated and always go the extra mile to deliver extra value to Moralis thus inspiring the other team members\n * You take the responsibility to quickly learn and follow Moralis coding style and guidelines.\n * You understand and resonate with Moralis Values \n * You take responsibility for sustaining the code base by flagging technical debt, potential scalability issues and other ways the code base may improve.\n * You keep up to date with industry standards and new innovations.\n * You have a knack for leading others and guiding them\n * You can churn out high level of code output DAILY.\n * You can use Gitlab efficiently.\n * Ready to collaborate and solve problems\n \n\nย \nKey Qualifications\n * 5+ years relevant backend experience\n \n * Excellent understanding of NodeJS, NestJS and Typescript stack\n * Experience with Massive Real-Time Systems\n * Experience working with Kafka, Ampq, GRPC, Open API, Avro, Redis and Docker\n * Good knowledge of PostgreSQL, NoSQL, Golang and Kubernetes.\n \n\n\n\nWe truly appreciate the mindset of someone who always finds a way of improving existing work and strives to reach higher highs. In return, youโ€™ll get to work with a fun team (we love memes and gaming๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŽฎ), diverse (we have team members from 39 different countries all over the world! ๐ŸŒŽ), dedicated and forward-looking people (for real). We have a fully remote-first culture, meaning Moralis is open for everyone who is interested in working in the Metaverse.\n\nWant to take things further? Go on, send in your application & Let's Talk!\nย \nPlease ensure that all resumes and communication must be submitted in English \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Web3, Redis, Typescript, API, Senior, Golang, Engineer and Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $67,500 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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Enya


Worldwide
๐Ÿ’ฐ $65k - $120k*

Developer

 

Design

 

Crypto

NFT

Cryptocurrency

Ethereum

Python

UI

Code

Web

JavaScript

Cloud

Senior

Engineer

Engineering

Backend

Enya is hiring a
Remote Senior Full Stack Developer

Enya, as a core contributor to Boba Network is seeking a Full Stack Web Engineer that will be responsible for helping build our products end-to end, from customer insights through deployment. We're looking for someone who can understand our users (dApp developers and crypto consumers) and design products & systems to best serve their needs. This person will work with UI and graphic designers to bring a vision to life, while also contextualizing the engineering constraints of the product. In addition to being a part of the UI/UX design process, this role will execute on bringing their vision to life. This includes coding the front end of the product, while working with the rest of the engineering team to ensure that the designs fit with the technology of the back end.Responsibilities:\n\n* Understand the needs of users of Enya's products\n\n* Collaborate with internal and external partners to design the UI/UX of new products, as well as improvements to existing products\n\n* Execute on designs, building out the front and back end of new products\n\n* Develop the web infrastructure to support an expanding suite of products and offerings\n\n\nRequirements:\n\n* Demonstrated experience building products from the ground up, including design, implementation, and maintenance.\n\n* Must have experience with libraries web3.js/ethers.js and Ethereum nodes\n\n* The ideal candidate will have familiarity with cryptocurrency or decentralized applications, and has been an experienced user or designer of products in the crypto ecosystem.\n\n* Expertise in Javascript/Typescript and using modern Javascript frameworks - Vue, React/Redux\n\n* Expertise in working with backend stacks including NodeJs\n\n* Experience with Golang (and/or Python is a plus) is preferred\n\n* Familiarity with cloud services (AWS, GCP)\n\n\n\nAbout Enya\nEnya Labs is a contributor to the Boba Network, a multichain Layer 2 that reduces the barriers of adoption for users and developers. We are empowering Gaming, DeFi, and NFT projects to scale more cost-effectively while delivering a smoother user experience. Boba's Hybrid Compute technology enables developers across the blockchain ecosystem to build dApps that invoke code executed on web-scale infrastructure, making it possible to leverage sophisticated algorithms that are either too expensive or impossible to execute on-chain. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Crypto, NFT, Ethereum, Python, JavaScript, Cloud, Senior, Golang, Engineer, Backend and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $65,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide
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