Software Engineer for Blockchain Startup

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    New York, USA

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    Judah Berger

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

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A start-up that has brought cryptocurrency to the assets realm in a revolutionary way is looking for a back end developer. So what does that mean for you?

Why work for a start-up?

At a start-up, you play a significant role in forming not only the product but the company culture. Your voice is heard and the change you want to implement isn't hindered by bureaucratic red tape or fickle management. You and your fellow colleagues are working towards a goal which is often far more tangible and rewarding than in a large corporation-coming into a company as employee #44 is different in every way than coming in as employee #3892.

What does this start-up do?

Historically, assets-from money to securities to commodities-have been notoriously difficult to transfer, a process that can often take days or even weeks. Under this startup's new cryptocurrency, the backlog is eliminated and trades can happen instantaneously, saving time and headache for traders and freeing up trillions in trapped capital. This cryptocurrency has already had transactions numbering in the billions of dollars... and unlike many cryptocurrencies, is not going away anytime soon.

What do you look like?

You're someone with 2+ years of backend development experience (the company stack is Golang and Python, but open to any background). You're confident you can keep up in a fast-paced environment where things can change on a dime. You often take the imitative to change things yourself when something is awry and don't wait for management to realize. And, of course, you want to change what the playing field of an entire industry looks like.

What can the company do for you?

They offer a competitive salary, a benefits package to make your corporate friends jealous, equity, unlimited PTO, discounts to local businesses, and much more.

If all this is something that piques your interest, apply now!


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