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Senior Blockchain Engineer

  • Location

    United States

  • Sector:

    Software Engineering, Blockchain & Fintech

  • Salary:

    Circa $150,000

  • Contact:

    Caroline Kerr

  • Contact email:

    caroline@intelletec.com

  • Job ref:

    CK 25

  • Consultant:

    Caroline Kerr

Our client are looking for an exoerienced blockchain developer to join their growing team.

 

As a Blockchain Engineer you will: 

  • Contribute to the development and specification of their token model, by implementing, testing, and auditing Solidity smart contracts on Ethereum.
  • Work with our App and Platform teams to ensure users have secure, scalable opt-in links to our token protocol and related protocols adopting their token.
  • Work with external auditors to ensure the security of their smart contracts.
  • Contribute to the design and deployment of a bug bounty program covering their smart contracts.

 

We’re looking for you if:

  • You consider discipline, integrity and unparalleled work ethic to be three of your core values.
  • You are familiar with common algorithms and data structures. Comfortable implementing new data structures where no suitable implementation already exists.
  • You pay careful attention to the privacy implications and security of your code, taking care to avoid opportunities for unintentional functionality or information leakage.
  • You approach all aspects of software development with a focus on the customer perspective, security, and reliability. 
  • You extend where falling short, fix where broken, and build where missing.
  • You test your code as a matter of practice, and automate tests as part of getting the job done. You don’t consider code complete until there are automated tests demonstrating that it works.
  • You’re passionate about open source development and the crypto/blockchain community in particular.
  • Bonus points if you have prior blockchain development experience, and you understand the use cases of common cryptographic primitives and can design secure systems using them!