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Fullstack Developer
Industry: Technology
Remote
Company size: 1-10
Full-time
  • React
  • Solidity
  • AWS
  • GCP
Posted about 21 hours ago

Job description

A fast-evolving, decentralized credit platform for crypto loans is looking for a Full-stack Developer. The developer will be responsible for building impenetrable smart contracts and delightful web products for their customers. The platform serves thousands of borrowers across three continents with a loan pool of over $2.5M, in seven different countries. The company has raised a total of $12.7M in funding and is currently planning to scale the loan book to $10M+ in the next few months and launch a decentralized network soon after to massively scale the types and amount of lending that they can support. This is an excellent opportunity for the selected candidate to contribute in developing cutting-edge solutions in the crypto space and work with leading industry veterans.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Build smart contracts and web products
  • Collaborate with the engineering team to create innovative solutions
  • Follow and implement agile methodologies while creating products
  • Build scalable, responsive, and well-documented stacks
  • Plan, design, and execute end-to-end web architecture

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
  • 3+ years of professional full-stack engineering experience
  • Experience in React.js
  • Experience in Solidity or other blockchain development
  • Experience with AWS and GCP would be preferred
  • Firm grasp over the design and construction of REST APIs
  • Fluency in written and verbal English communication
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