Raman Sha

Raman Sha

Founder @ CryptoJobsList. Bought my first Bitcoin in 2014 and been working in crypto full time since 2017. I talk to companies and talent about hiring and the industry overall. Recovering software engineer.

21 articles by this author:

Brand Assets

Brand Assets

CryptoJobsList Brand Assets. Logos in SVG. Background

CryptoJobsList turns 6 🎉

CryptoJobsList turns 6 🎉

CryptoJobsList is 6 today! I built it over a weekend as I was looking for a job in crypto in 2017. Didn’t think much of it. Turned out the timing was right and it took off beyond my expectations. Here I’ll share the ups and downs of the journey, where we at today and a glimpse of the future.

10 Do’s and Don’ts to Improve Your Resume and help you find a Full-Time job in Web3

10 Do’s and Don’ts to Improve Your Resume and help you find a Full-Time job in Web3

At the moment the crypto industry is still at its infancy and there is a world of opportunities in front of you. The thought of diving into a new career in an emerging industry might be terrifying (personal experience talking here). And while it can be overwhelming and unclear where and how to start, it is not as scary as it might feel at first.

Partnering with Nebular Summit 2023

Partnering with Nebular Summit 2023

Excited to partner with Nebular Builders for the upcoming Nebular Summit in Paris on 24-25 July 2023. Join the conference with a stellar lineup of Cosmos gigabrains, workshops, and networking opportunities with builders, interchain founders & teams

How I killed Resume Black Hole

How I killed Resume Black Hole

A month before starting Crypto Jobs List, I was applying to all blockchain developer jobs I could find…

Announcing a New Crypto Jobs List Logo

Announcing a New Crypto Jobs List Logo

After over a year of research, deep thinking, hard work, trials and experimentation, I’m excited to finally present to you Crypto Jobs List’s new logo ...

Our crypto partners & appearances

Our crypto partners & appearances

Woohoo! We think it’s a good time to mention a few good words about our crypto partners and affiliates to whom we ought our current success.

Contributed to 13 articles:

How to Write a Winning Web3 Cover Letter

How to Write a Winning Web3 Cover Letter

The way we've been taught to write cover letters isn't correct. Learn with this guide how to write a stellar web3 cover letter that lands you interviews and crypto jobs.

2022 Crypto Jobs Report

2022 Crypto Jobs Report

2022 has been a hard year for the web3 ecosystem, with Bitcoin reaching $16k and major projects like Celsius, 3AC and FTX (just to name a few) facing insolvency. In this 2022 Crypto Jobs Report we aim at showing how the above mentioned events impacted hiring trends for 2022 and what we can expect to see in the upcoming year.

Welcome to 2023

Welcome to 2023

The Crypto Jobs List team has been productive in 2022, implementing new features and improvements on the platform, including newsletter subscriptions by category, job bookmarks, tags, job sorting, verified company badges, and a Trends page to compare hiring volumes to crypto market prices. They have also added a Success Stories page, video applications, Ethereum push notification service integration, and improved overall page performance.

Top 10 Blockchain Courses in Singapore 2024

Top 10 Blockchain Courses in Singapore 2024

Level up your blockchain skills! Find the perfect blockchain course in Singapore for 2024. This guide spotlights premier programs from top universities.

Why you should verify the tokens you own: A deep dive into two vulnerable ERC20 contracts

Why you should verify the tokens you own: A deep dive into two vulnerable ERC20 contracts

The prices of two crypto tokens — BeautyChain and SmartMesh — dramatically crashed this week. One or more attackers exploited bugs in the their smart contracts and generated huge amounts of tokens out of thin air, massively diluting token supplies. These events could have been easily avoided. In this post, we describe the attacks, illustrate them with Solidity code examples, and argue that these hacks are a wake-up call for token investors and developers to be more cognisant and diligent about smart contract security