Golden is hiring a
Remote Protocol Engineer
\n\nGolden is looking for talented Protocol Engineers to help us build a new decentralized protocol for canonical knowledge.\n\nOur vision is to create a decentralized knowledge graph protocol that maps 10 billion entities and the public knowledge surrounding them. The world is lacking a decentralized graph of canonical knowledge that is open, free, permissionless and incentivizes contributions to the graph.\n\nAs an early team member, you will be working in a startup environment with high autonomy and a rapid development pace. This is a great chance to work on a fundamental token and new Web3 protocol. Your work will result in a new way data is valued, handled, and exchanged across the globe.\n\nWe are a globally distributed remote team working in time zones between San Francisco and Prague. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an early stage startup and build a world changing product.\nWhat You Will Be Doing\n\n\n* Develop a core Web3 protocol for a knowledge graph.\n\n* Enable community of crypto-enthusiasts to contribute to the universal graph of knowledge.\n\n* Connect crypto-incentivized AI to a novel knowledge graph API.\n\n* Retrofit Web3 UX into Golden.com.\n\n* Build dApp versions of Golden data entry tools and work on the front lines of a new decentralized knowledge graph.\n\n* Create greenfield dApps connected to multiple blockchains.\n\n\n\nSkills We Need\n\n\n* Ability to handle UX experiences that accommodate the unique concerns of blockchain.\n\n* Experience building full stack applications and blockchain based products. You are comfortable designing, developing and deploying features from beginning to end.\n\n* Experience with code interacting with blockchains.\n\n* Experience with blockchain based Dapps.\n\n* Experience building on blockchains such as Ethereum, Polkadot, Near, Dfinity, or Solana.\n\n* Strong understanding of smart contracts with a passion for producing secure, economically efficient, auditable, and readable code.\n\n* Experience working with Solidity (or otherwise) and libraries e.g. web3.js or ethers.js.\n\n* An awareness of contract security best practices.\n\n* Concern over the financial implications of your code.\n\n* Experience with smart contract tooling e.g. Truffle, Hardhat, or OpenZeppelin.\n\n\n\nBonus Points\n\n\n* You desire to work closely with various Web3 layers and have experience with IPFS and Arweave.\n\n* Scaling dApp transactions using side-chains, bridges, and ZK-rollups.\n\n* You enjoy reading white-papers and have a broad knowledge of mechanisms across white-papers.\n\n* You voted in a DAO or are participating in one.\n\n* Experience with distributed file storage systems.\n\n* Experience with EVM side-chains (Polygon, Celo, etc.) and cross-chain bridges.\n\n* You relish the opportunity to take ownership and build something great.\n\n\n\nAbout Golden\n\nGolden is venture-backed by a16z, Founders Fund, Gigafund and other top tier investors, and is led by Jude Gomila, a founder of Heyzap (YC ‘09, acquired for $45 million in 2016) and investor in over 200 startups. To learn more about Golden visit us at https://golden.com and https://golden.xyz check out our blog https://golden.com/blog or join the conversation at @Golden\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Web3, Solidity and Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n
$60,000 — $120,000/year\n
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