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Job RoleCompanySalaryLocation
Sales Manager (Ads) / BDMPlayToEarn$ 60k-120kRemote
Integrations Team LeadCoinLedger$$$Remote
[REMOTE EUROPE] German-speaking Part Time Community ManagerCoinEx$ 500-1000German/European countries
Web3 Game ResearcherPlayToEarn$ 12k-18kRemote
Sales Representative (Ad sales)PlayToEarn$ 30k-120kRemote
Marketing Manager (Web3 Gaming)PlayToEarn$ 24k-90kRemote
Full-Stack Web Developer (Laravel)PlayToEarn$ 36k-90kRemote
Social Media Manager (Web3 Gaming)PlayToEarn$ 6k-30kRemote
Senior Sales and Business Development$ 90k-130kRemote
BD ManagerCore DAO$$$Remote
Scriptwriter for Crypto YouTube videosCoinsider$$$Remote
Blockchain Technical AdvisorsNo Name$ 40-130Remote
Full-Stack Web & Blockchain Developer to fork PancakeSwapA Tech Startup$$$Remote
Launch Team Lead at DxSaleDxSale.Network$$$Remote
Social Media ManagerDappRadarEUR 18k-24kRemote
DevOps ManagerCere Network$ 80k-120kRemote
Technical Product ManagerCere Network $ 75k-109kRemote
[REMOTE] Part-time Marketing ManagerCoinEx$ 1k-2kGermany, Europe
DeFi Launch Strategist and Project Manager for Innovative Staking PlatformFortuna Finance$$$Remote
Graphic Designer (Web3 Gaming)PlayToEarn$ 12k-36kRemote
Director / Co-founderPepe Swap$$$Remote
Web Full Stack EngineerBluchip$$$Remote
Director of DeFi StrategyTelos Network$$$Remote
Gamefi LeadTelos Network$$$Remote
Communications ManagerUREEQA Inc$$$Kitchener, ON, Canada
Back-end/Node.js DeveloperMagic Square$$$Limassol, Cyprus
WEB3 Business Development & Partnerships Growth LeadTelos Network$$$Remote
Blockchain Backend DeveloperMagic Square$ 5k-7kLimassol, Cyprus, Europe
Thorchain Fork ExpertDDBC$$$Remote
Engineering ManagerCoinbase$$$Remote - India
Senior Backend Engineer - Client Journey (Remote - Work from Anywhere)Xapo Bank$$$Gibraltar - Remote
Staff Accountant (US)Kraken Digital Asset Exchange$$$United States
US Strategy DirectorKraken Digital Asset Exchange$$$Remote Anywhere
DevOps EngineerFigment$$$Remote
Executive Head of ProductElectric Coin Company$$$Denver
Director of SecurityElectric Coin Company$$$Denver
Communications CoordinatorMoonPay$$$Remote, United States
Senior Manager, CommunicationsMoonPay$$$Remote, United States
Compliance Operations Program ManagerOpenSea$$$Remote
Senior Software Engineer, FrontendOpenSea$$$United States
Pantera Member NetworkPantera Capital$$$Remote
Software Engineer, BlockchainAptos$$$Remote - USA
Open applicationRequest$$$Remote
Web3 developerRequest$$$Paris, France
Enterprise Account Manager - Corporate and Financial Services - Eastern EuropeChainalysis$$$Germany
Training Specialist, International (Spanish Speaking)Chainalysis$$$Madrid, Spain | Remote EMEA
Engineering Manager (Remote)Metatheory$$$Houston, TX
Senior Game Systems Designer (Remote)Metatheory$$$California
Senior Backend EngineerETHGlobal$$$Remote – US & Canada
Full Stack Software EngineerETHGlobal$$$Remote – US & Canada
Head of EngineeringTreehouse$$$Singapore
Graphic Designer (Remote)metaschool$$$Singapore
Global Head of Business Development & Partnerships (Remote)metaschool$$$Singapore
Sales Managermetaschool$$$Singapore
Web3 Content Engineer (Remote)metaschool$$$Singapore
Developer Relations and Community Specialist (India) (Remote)metaschool$$$Singapore
Manager, Suspicious Activity ReportMoonPay$$$Remote, United States
Counterparty and Credit Risk Associate ManagerCoinbase$$$Dublin, Ireland
Security Technical Program Manager IICoinbase$$$Remote - USA
Member of Technical Staff, Platform EngineeringAnchorage Digital$$$United States
International Derivative Exchange LeadCoinbase$$$Remote - UK
Associate General Counsel, BrokerageAnchorage Digital$$$United States
Senior Product DesignerKraken Digital Asset Exchange$$$Remote Anywhere
DeFi - Open ApplicationWintermute$$$London
Director of People OperationsParity Technologies$$$London, England, United Kingdom
Graduate Algorithmic TraderWintermute$$$London
Solutions ArchitectImmunefi$$$Remote
Senior Backend EngineerUniswap Labs$$$New York or Remote
Sales Development Representative - Russian SpeakingChainalysis$$$Germany
Senior Account Executive, Federal/CivilianChainalysis$$$Washington, D.C. | Remote
Channel Manager, AmericasChainalysis$$$Remote - TX, FL, GA, MA, PA, NY (metro)
Senior DevOps Engineer, Platform ServicesChainalysis$$$London, England | Remote-EMEA
Solutions Architect, LatAmChainalysis$$$Bogotá, Colombia | Buenos Aires, Argentina | Mexico City, Mexico
Senior Manager, Internal CommunicationsChainalysis$$$New York City, NY | London, England | Remote
Designer, BrandChainalysis$$$Remote - USA
Senior Smart Contract EngineerEco$$$Remote (US or Canada)
Engineering Manager (Remote)metaschool$$$Singapore
Software Engineer, NetOpsProtocol Labs$$$Remote
Principal Software EngineerPinata$$$Remote - North America or South America
Prime Brokerage Finance, Operations SpecialistCoinbase$$$Remote - USA
Vice President, Quant DeveloperGalaxy$$$Remote
Senior Technical Program Manager, Data OperationsChainalysis$$$Ontario
Mid-Market Account Executive, SLEDChainalysis$$$Washington, D.C. | West Coast, USA - Remote
Software Engineer, Backend - InstitutionalCoinbase$$$Remote - UK
Security Analyst - Education EvangelistCoinbase$$$Remote - Canada
Tax Ops LeadProtocol Labs$$$Remote
Operational Resiliency SpecialistKraken Digital Asset Exchange$$$Remote Anywhere
Technical Product Lead - SygmaChainSafe Systems$$$Remote
Blockchain Operations Engineer, Protocol/InfrastructureChainSafe Systems$$$Berlin
Technical Project Manager InfrastructureChainSafe Systems$$$Berlin
Zero-Knowledge Circuit$$$Remote
Blockchain Infrastructure$$$Remote
Blockchain Success InternNEAR Foundation$$$Global - Remote
Solutions EngineerMoonPay$$$Remote, United Kingdom
Senior Full Stack EngineerMoonPay$$$UK, EU
Senior Mobile Engineer (iOS)Uniswap Labs$$$New York or Remote
Client Director - Central Government - Eastern EuropeChainalysis$$$Germany

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I get a Remote Job in Crypto?

Ah. You have found the holly grail, the way of working a lot of us didn't know until the pandemic hit: remote jobs. There is something even deeper in the iceberg of remote jobs: a crypto remote job, now we are talking! Crypto Remote Jobs are the best thing in the world, and right now, many people don't know too much about them. No, they are not as rare as a potato chip that looks like a president, in fact, most crypto jobs are remote. Because what best way to avoid taxes liability than not having a physical location where the government can track you down? We are kidding! Are we? Doesn't matter, let me give you some info about how to get a remote job in Crypto.

1. Have a skill that allows you to work remotely (shocker): We are not joking, some of you didn't know this. Unfortunately, not all jobs can be remote, right now McDonald's workers need to still go to the site to perform their magic. Jobs like development, marketing, content creation, and writing are some examples of jobs that can be done remotely. It's quite important you identify if your current profession can be remote. You can go here to check out remote jobs that might suit your current profession.

2. Having the proper equipment: the thing that offices will always have on remote jobs is equipment. Most remote crypto jobs (that we know of) won't likely send you equipment to set up your own remote office. Make sure you start putting together a working setup, having a PC will always be useful. Some peripherals will also help a lot, but it depends a lot on the type of job you are doing. If your job or profession requires a lot of meetings, investing in a decent microphone and camera will likely make your life easier. What we can all agree on is that McDonald's internet won’t help you. Get a good internet connection!

Are there Jobs that Pay in Crypto?

Yes, yes they are! There are not that common, even in the crypto industry. As with everything, getting paid in crypto has good aspects and bad aspects.

Good aspects:

Borderless transactions. If you haven't sent money to a different country, let us warn you something: it's a pain in the ass. It takes a long time to get there if you use traditional banking methods, and if you use other more seamless ways they will charge absurd fees.

Low transaction fees Could you imagine paying a dinner for two every time you get paid? That's what PayPal charges you for receiving your hard-earned money. Of course, we don't blame them, someone has to make Elon's money back after buying Twitter an absurd amount of money (we all know Twitter is way less). Moving your money in different blockchains can be more pricey, depending on which one you use. Yet, it's still a fraction compared with the fees some apps charge you. Increased financial freedom Banks have limits when we talk about moving your OWN MONEY. Money that you worked for. What if you wanted to give someone a million dollars, but the banks said no?

First, you should go to the Dr. and make sure you are not getting Mr. Beast syndrome. Second, rant about how useless are banks. You should be able to send your money to whomever you wanted, whenever you wanted! Something banks can't provide and likely will never do. Legitimization of cryptocurrency If you're looking to work on crypto, we assume you might be an advocate for digital currency. If that is the case, then you should go, traitor. Getting paid in crypto is a good way to promote the ecosystem as a viable new way of doing finances. Putting your money where your mouth is will show other people you can have another way of handling your money.

Bad aspects:

Regulatory Uncertainty Crypto is still a new financial asset, for the most part unregulated. Getting paid for an asset that a lot of countries haven't accepted as legal tender can be scary. You don't know how the law will react, how taxes work if one day all your money will be banned.

Technical Complexity crypto is not as intuitive as using your everyday bank account. Not all places accept cryptocurrency, you will need to change your crypto to fiat money. A lot of apps can make it easier for you, but still, it has a certain level of complexity for non-crypto users.

What interview questions do recruiters ask for Remote Job positions?

I know, it sounds kind of funny. Who would think about something so specific? Well, us! Working remotely comes with more challenges than most of us think. As an example, in the office, you won't have a cute fluffy animal to distract you!

Your employer might ask something related to the challenges of working at home and we are here to prepare you for it! Here are the top questions and some possible answers.

1. How do you manage distractions while working remotely?

Answer: I would create a dedicated space to work, establish a routine, and stick to a schedule. Of course, in that space I would get rid of distractions like cell phones and social media.

2. How do you communicate and collaborate with team members?

Answer: I would usually expect to use project management software like Asana, Trello, or Jira. As well, as use chat platforms like Slack or Teams. Of course, regular meetings would also be part of the pack.

3. How do you stay organized and focus on tasks while working remotely?

It's important to have a structure set. Have a schedule, design a workspace, use management software, and have clear goals.

4. Can you discuss how you handle the lack of structure and accountability that can come with remote work?

A lot comes from keeping goals clear and keeping communications with the rest of your team. If that is not enough, confrontation might be needed.

5. Can you discuss how you handle the lack of structure and accountability that can come with remote work?

The best part of working remotely is that I can manage time better, cutting transport time. Making sure I get a schedule that includes extra activities that make me socialize.

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