Smart Contract Engineer - Rust
design technical solutions for .bit features and implement them
3 months ago
You will be deeply involved in the core development of .bit. These include:
- Design technical solutions for .bit features and implement them
- Write high quality code and corresponding unit test cases
- Optimize existing smart contract code to improve product performance
- Working with members of the community to resolve issues
You are a programmer who understands the principles of Bitcoin/Ethereum. You are passionate about the blockchain and open source community. You enjoy solving problems with technology. You hate simple and repetitive work, and you writing automation tools & eagerness to "automate all the things". You believe that blockchain technology is the opportunity of the next decade. You like to think independently, be responsible and long-termist.
- 3+ years professional experience in software development of at least one modern programming language, including Golang, TypeScript, C++, Java, or Rust
- At least 2 years of professional Rust experience
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or relevant field
- Blockchain fundamentals (web3, consensus, nodes, miners, forks, transactions)
- Be able to proactively dive into novel territory and share knowledge on what you’ve learned
- Fluent in English and Chinese
Nice to have
- Nervos CKB fundamentals
- Worked on open source projects
- Remote work experience
- Communicate and write proficiently in English
Culture & Perks
- Remote work from anywhere in the world
- Competitive compensation and equity
- Fully transparent and collaborative team culture
.bit is a blockchain-based, open source, decentralized cross-chain account system that provides a worldwide unique naming system with a .bit suffix that can be used in different scenarios, such as cryptocurrency transfer, domain name resolution, identity authentication, etc.
.bit is the first decentralized account system with broad compatibility, allowing users to register and manage their .bit accounts with any public chain address or even email.
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