Solidity Developerother related Employment listings - Boston, MA at Geebo

Solidity Developer

Job description A vast platform offering a resource library and community for artists, collectors, and brands looking to get smarter on NFTs and Web3 is looking for a Solidity Developer. The developer is expected to possess extensive knowledge of technologies used for blockchain development to build and facilitate secure, fast, and efficient digital transactions. The platform offers NFTs (digital assets) directly from brands and transforms luxury through curation, storytelling, and discovery of fine jewelry in its digi-physical form. Candidates looking to collaborate on revolutionary work and become a part of history to transform the meaning of luxury in the digital and physical worlds are well-suited for this role. Job
Optimize and secure blockchain applications by integrating new tools and technologies Brainstorm and help evaluate applications for new tools and technologies as they continuously evolve Document blockchain development processes and comply with best practices in data protection Be involved in the global blockchain community and work on integrating the latest improvements Job Requirements:
Bachelor's/Master's degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience) At least 3
years of relevant experience in software development Proficiency in Solidity, Blockchain, and Web3 UX design, UI development, and UI design experience is an added advantage Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills In-depth knowledge of best practices in blockchain management and data protection.
Salary Range:
$80K -- $100K
Minimum Qualification
Software DevelopmentEstimated Salary: $20 to $28 per hour based on qualifications.

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