Senior Solidity Developer

Senior Solidity Developer

Automia brings Resources solutions to the highest level. We assist Web3 Crypto and DAO projects by providing them with innovative and adapted HR solutions. Your project's success is based on its coordination: Development, Marketing strategy, Sale...
Salary
100k-180k $ / year

Job Description

Our Client is looking for a Senior Solidity Developer

As a Senior Solidity Developer, you will be a part of the team building the next phase of ETH2 staking pools and SSV technology. You’ll be required to develop complex smart contracts, implement token economics specifications and build the infrastructure for the Secret Shared Validator consensus layer alongside industry leaders and the Ethereum Foundation.

What we’re offering:

  • Be a part of building a large scale, big data, cloud-based platform from its early stages

  • Technical and development experience with ‘bleeding edge’ technologies

  • Join the success of a well-funded, promising startup

  • A chance to dive deep into the blockchain and cryptocurrency world

  • If you’re passionate about new technologies, have high authoritative skills and a goal-oriented mentality, Bloxstaking is definitely the place for you.

Position Requirements:

  • Deep technological understanding of cryptocurrency

  • At Least 5 years of server-side development experience

  • At least 2 years of Solidity development

  • At least one other programming language (Go/ Python/ JavaScript)

  • "Can do - Mentality " and team player qualities

Advantages:

  • Deep conceptual, technological understanding of Ethereum

  • Familiarity with P2P networks

  • Experience picking up existing open source solutions and working with them

  • Strong knowledge of common algorithms and data structures

  • Familiarity with cryptography

  • BSc degree in Computer Science or relevant field or equivalent

  • Any knowledge of Blockchain/ Digital Currencies / Staking-

If it feels you like a match, send us your resume and GitHub profile to hr@automia.org