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\n🕰️ 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
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