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WalletConnect is hiring a

Javascript Blockchain Engineer

WalletConnect is the open-source web3 standard to connect blockchain wallets to dapps. Any wallet, any dapp, any chain. Starting in 2018, our mission is to make web3 accessible to everyone. Every month, millions of people use WalletConnect in over 300 integrations. We just raised our $11M Series A from USV, Coinbase and other leading investors, and are looking to grow.

To learn more about our plans for 2.0, take a look at our recent presentation at EthCC. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cBIw7lFNnU

The Role

As a Javascript Blockchain Engineer, you will join our small team and develop and maintain the Javascript SDK implementation of the WalletConnect protocol. You have a passion for open-source software, and will work on code that is deployed throughout the web3 ecosystem. The role involves implementing new features from protocol specifications, creating documentation, as well as client testing. The position is full-time and completely remote.

Responsibilities:

  • Read and understand a protocol specification and be able to break it into issues and turn it into code
  • Refactor and improve existing features in the client
  • Ensure the client stays compatible with the other client implementations
  • Develop and publish helper packages on NPM for blockchain JS libraries

Must have:

  • 3+ years professional experience in software development at least one modern programming language, including Javascript, TypeScript, Golang, C++, Java, or Rust.
  • At least 1 year of professional Javascript or Typescript experience.
  • Experience with Websocket APIs and JSON-RPC protocol

Nice to have:

  • Experience with blockchain protocols, whether it be usage of a blockchain API, knowledge of how a blockchain operates, or any other experience
  • Experience with blockchain-related libraries, such as Web3.js and/or Ethers.js
  • Experience with documenting a large codebase, both for internal and user-facing components
  • Familiarity with open-source software principles
  • Experience writing software from a technical specification or a reference implementation
  • Experience with building and publishing npm libraries (we use Webpack / Rollup)

What WalletConnect offers:

  • Fully remote position
  • Competitive salary
  • Remote work allowance
  • Company equity
  • Token offering
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