Blockchain (Solidity) Developer
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Salary up to 190 PLN/h
Part-time, 15-20h a week
B2B long-term permanent contract
We’re looking for a Blockchain (Solidity) Developer for an international fintech startup on a mission to protect and grow its clients’ life savings. The company was founded to address two of the biggest issues with Bitcoin adoption: accessibility and security. In a matter of years, they developed an industry-leading platform that introduced cryptocurrency into the daily lives of millions worldwide.
Ideally 3+ years of experience
Significant software engineering experience in one or more general-purpose programming languages
Experience in working on blockchain projects
Ethereum programming and knowledge of frameworks
Knowledge of applying Solidity patterns to solve common problems
Communicative level of English, both written and verbal
Nice to have
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Building the most powerful, easy-to-use payment platform and delivering new features and enhancements
Optimize blockchain data structures, write crypto algorithms and protocol specifications
Design, develop and implement blockchain protocol packages for Ethereum
Support, coach, and develop team members into top-performing engineers
Code Solidity smart contracts and tests according to business requirements
Build a great place to work for talented and motivated people
Take full end to end responsibility for the services your team owns, from development through to production operation
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