Blockchain engineer

Blockchain engineer

LiquidChain builds the Liquidity.Network (, a practical global blockchain micropayment system, built on top of Ethereum, supporting millions of users securely, reducing transaction costs significantly and enabling the mainst...

Job Description

Given our expansion process, we’re looking to work full-time with a full-stack software engineer. This is a great opportunity to contribute and be part of a fast-paced, continuously growing team working in the blockchain industry.

About You:
You are open to change and eager to work with tools and technologies that may be outside your comfort zone. You enjoy working in an open and collaborative environment and are willing and able to lead other developers in process, technology, and growth. You express your opinions, and have the facts to back them up, but are willing to compromise when necessary. You like to have fun while you’re working, but understand when it’s time to get serious.

What you can expect to work on:

  • You would be working on a decentralized exchange. It’s a fully functional financial asset exchange that supports blockchain token transfers over the Liquidity Network. You’ll be interfacing with the Liquidity Network API ( and also set up your own small backend to support certain functionalities of the exchange.
  • Be involved in the implementation of a no-fee transaction ecosystem
  • Learn about blockchain technology at a fast pace
  • Continuously improving your leadership and coding skills while working alongside a talented and high performing engineering team
  • Collaborating with design and product teams to understand and document feature requirements
  • Writing clear, concise technical documentation that your teammates will trust
  • Being responsible for leading discussions on use cases for new blockchain technologies and contributing to a constant dialogue on ways to improve our codebase and engineering practices
  • Nurturing an engineering culture that cares deeply about the quality of the code we write, while still working quickly to bring our technology to as many departments as possible