Blockchain Engineer Intern at Umee.
Former Division 1 student athlete (BSc Computer Science, minor in mathematics).
Received his one and only chance to play American football in the U.S in 2018 from New Mexico Military Institute.
Earned a full scholarship to the University at Buffalo three semesters later.
Polyglot developer with infrastructure experience working on backend systems and blockchain technology. Formally educated in distributed systems engineering. Professional experience in development of core blockchain technology, crypto trading services and trading bots. Background in research and innovation management.
Well versed in development C++, Golang, Python and other languages, and used to working in agile teams, with cross-platform deployment, including with Docker/Kubernetes, and managing cloud environments (GCP, Proxmox).
Looking for projects or (part-time) work in a remote or hybrid setting, where I can function as product owner, development lead, and/or development team member.
My 16 years experience within the customer service industry mixed with my 3 years experience in the crypto industry could possibly make me a good candidate for this position.
I have worked in a customer support role for one of the world's largest crypto exchange (Blockchain.com)
I have great attention to detail gained from my previous role as a Quality Assurance Manager overseeing over 90 support agents across the world (Blockchain.com)
I gained a mass of knowledge from my time at Tendermint (the startup behind the Cosmos blockchain)
I have used etherscan on a daily base and am very familiar and comfortable with it.
Over the past year I have had varied experience with a number of relevant technologies which I believe makes me well suited to this company. Within Hyperledger I have contributed to Burrow - a permissioned blockchain node (built on Tendermint) with a fully compliant EVM, with downstream adoption in both Fabric and Sawtooth. To further increase interoperability within the ecosystem, I spent some time on Caliper to ensure Burrow could be succinctly tested. My recent work on bridging a Web3 compliant RPC interface brought my attention to OpenRPC where I developed some tooling to support server-side code generation. I also endeavor to contribute to open-source, for instance I have worked briefly on Tendermint and Zcash, but please do get in touch to learn more!
I am working currently with Ignite (formerly Tendermint) on the developing and launching a game changer product for the cosmos ecosystem, where we are going to connect projects developers, validators and investors. I am leading the validators partnerships and at the same time contributing to bring capital partners onboard and new exciting projects for our accelerator program.
I started my crypto journey in 2017 investing in different L1s and ERC-20 tokens, researching about the technologies and value proposition of these chains and projects. One of the most exciting concepts I found out back in the days was the internet of blockchains and the interoperability between different blockchains. Moreover, I've been very involved with different DeFi protocols in many ecosystems providing liquidity, swaping tokens, liquid staking, superfluid staking and much more. NFTs, gaming and metaverse are also something I am interested in.
I am an experienced software developer, specifically in programming languages such as Golang, solidity and node.js. I have also contributed towards blockchain development since 3 years. I have worked in developing DeFi specific ecosystems, seed phrase less wallets and blockchain protocols. Also worked on developing a Ethereum Based smart contract wallet that could be recovered without seed.
I have extensively worked on developing distributed system where high throughput and low latency is of paramount requirement. And I have also worked on cloud platforms such as AWS and Azure. Have experienced in implementing automation tools and frameworks (CI/CD pipelines) and cloud computing ability to deploy upgrades and fixes.
My GitHub URL: http://github.com/lmahanand
Github URL of open source project: http://github.com/herdius, https://github.com/getZeFi/zefi-contracts
Please let me know if you would like to discuss my skills and experiences.
Thanks and regards,
Hands-on Software Engineer, Site Reliability Engineer and Engineering leader focused on building, scaling and optimizing highly performant distributed systems.
I have worked on building and maintaining the Cloud infrastructure at Cruise, Twilio, OVHcloud.
I have been using Bitcoin since 2013, Ethereum since its launch and more recently been exploring the Cosmos ecosystem.
I'm passionately curious and I love to code. I
have been coding for more than 6 years. Apart from the exp as a full stack developer i know blockchain technologies like solidity, viper, hardhat, cosmos sdk, substrate, tendermint sdk, truffle, ganaache etc.
I have experience of working for a company dedicated to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency , ZEBI crypto token and Zebi Public Blockchain. Being part of team responsible for transitioning from ERC20 to BEP2 wallet and launching of Zebi Public Blockchain Also I was the product manager for a team that developed a software wrapper between Oracle BRM and a CRM software and was feature at Oracle Open World
I have a strong interest to become a part of your team as a Senior Software Engineer - Blockchain Protocol!
My experience and most strong interests are in the fields of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, fully distributed and (fully) decentralized systems, bitcoin.
I am keen on elliptic cryptography, consensus algorithms and everything regarding blockchain, decentralized applications and algorithms!
Have been working with distributed teams during the last 4.5 years and posses the self-driven attitude and consistency as a remote software engineer. I am focused mainly on backend technologies - Golang, Rust, C/C++ languages. I have worked with Kubernetes, Docker, Kafka, Hyperledger Fabric, Bash, IPFS, LevelDB, CouchDB.
I have experience in developing and working with decentralized applications with Go and Rust - Hyperlegger Fabric, p2p full node implementations in Go and Rust.
I am familiar and have a good theoretical knowledge about gossip protocol (while working with Hyperledger), RPC, Distributed Hash tables, IPFS, Mesh networks and DAG trees. The same applies also to elliptic cryptography, cryptocurrency principles for encoding data and Script, bitcoin networks.
I am familiar with PoW, PoS, Tendermint, Raft and BFT consensus algorithms used inside blockchain networks, have been working mostly with PoS, PoW and BFT.
I do not have the preferred 4 years of experience with open source contributions required for the position but I am confident with fast learning and accumulating knowledge. I am open to discuss less senior positions filling as well, also part-time or anything close to this.
I am looking for a long-term permanent role in blockchain technologies field, where I can expand my knowledge and experience in the area, since there is where my strongest interests and desire to work are!
I am located in Bulgaria (UTC+2) and able to start immediately.
I hope the above described meets your requirements for a successful candidate!
I am in the last year of my graduation from Comsat University, Islamabad Pakistan. I am doing my final year project in Block chain by developing private chain by using Cosmos SDK and Tendermint Engine. And also I got some experience in dapp development. Here is a GitHub repository link for proof of my work . https://github.com/waheedmoeed/Contract-Management-Dapp
After reading the job description, I believe to be perfect for it. I hold both master degree in applied math and an engineering diploma in cryptography and cyber security. I have been working in the blockchain space for the last 3 years on mostly R&D topics (scalability and privacy) on Ethereum. I have started a project within consensys called HellHound which is an off-chain computing network that uses cryptographic primitives (like Homomorphic encryption multiparty computation) in order to compute over encrypted data. I have also worked with the ethereum foundation to solve some of the open questions to guarantee the privacy of block validators in the proof of stake consensus. I have a deep understanding of the high and low level protocol development, the different consensus protocols and the economic model and game theory supporting it and the emerging Layer-2 solutions.
I am a researcher and always loved challenging myself and find solutions to un-answered questions.
I am an Electronics Engineer, Software Developer & DevOps, Advisor highly involved in the development of various cryptocurrencies (d/n/b/PoS), distributed protocols and SDK's. I have a wide variety of skills ranging from project management, software development, infrastructure, design of new concurrency-related features and innovations to community support, business relations and other social interactions. I am an author of white-papers, design tokenomics documentation and other technical documentation with a very good understanding of all Web3 and Interchain technologies such as Substrate or Tendermint.
I am self-employed in the Czech Republic and incorporated in Georgia with all documents allowing me to work in the B2B fashion, I also possess a Switzerland Permit B and EU citizenship. I speak and write fluent English, native Polish, and can communicate over text in Czech and elementary German. If required I am capable to relocate and work abroad including USA territory (I do not require work permit or visa sponsorships to work in the USA).
I enjoy creating business relations, helping others understand novel Web3 and Interchain related technologies including various SDK’s, tools as well as crypto-economics. I am not foreign to the financial modeling and ecosystem projects evaluation and advisory. I can test and evaluate the usability, limitations and potential security considerations of tools and frameworks but also design novel features as per the requirements of the clients. My goal is to ensure the growth of the cryptocurrency ecosystem and bringing it to the wider public. I am extremely level headed, do not fear to travel, do public speeches, panel discussions or presentations.
I have been following Conflux and the areas of application on top of it, and wanted to introduce myself and find out if there are potential areas where my input could be valuable at Conflux.
My name is Lana, and I was working in Berlin for 1 year. My background is in mathematics (I finished my MSc in 2015 with a topic of mathematical methods in quantum field theory). Also, I did a teaching assistant position in game theory for one semester. This is why blockchain is fascinating to me, since it incorporates so many areas of maths: consensus protocols, cryptography, zero-knowledge proofs, and many more. As for the position I am looking for, I’m open to different directions of research as long as it provides both hands on development and testing, and high level theoretical research.
What I could potentially offer from my side:
- I have been very active in the blockchain space for over 3 years as a researcher and developer
- Very strong problem solver and background in mathematics
- Familiarity with consensus protocols (including Tendermint, Avalanche)
- Interest in zero-knowledge (I attended the STARKS 101 workshop from Starkware in Tel-Aviv in September)
- Knowledge of Python (I have used Python in all of my previous projects for analytics, QA, and modelling)
- Experience with GitHub (currently I use GitKraken)
- Knowledge of NodeJS and Jest (I find test driven development a very clean and step-by-step approach to writing code)
- Knowledge how to deploy a basic blockchain, including a proof of work algorithm, mining process, difficulty adjustments, and other basic concepts
- Familiariaty with Redis, Postman, Airflow, React
- Basic knowledge of Solidity for Smart Contracts (currently I am in Sydney attending Bokky Poobah’s Ethereum workshops, he is a leading smart contract auditor, and I have done a small course by going through the crypto zombies tutorial by Loomnetwork)
- Preparing to take the AWS Solutions Architect certification (I have worked with EC2 instances, Athena, and want to have a solid grasp of the functionality that AWS provides)
- I am part of ZK study club, and planning to go to EdCon in Vienna, because I try to stay on top of what is going on in the field
- Desire to learn new technologies and to conduct research and development in blockchain
- I speak fluent English and Russian, good Spanish, and basic German
For the past year I have been working 100% remotely with TokenAnalyst based in London, but I am looking for a new position in blockchain with opportunities to combine office and remote time.
When I read the job posting, I noticed that you specifically mentioned you were looking for someone with experienced working with Golang,Cosmos-Sdk,cryptography and Cosensus Protocols. My Resume may tell you that I have more than three years of work experience for same skills that you are looking for. I believe that this experience, coupled with my personable attitude and hard work ethic, is why I am a great fit for the job.
Hello, I am a freelance developer that has a passion for blockchain-related technologies. I spend most of my time reading up blockchain techs and cryptoeconomics. I am in-fact an advocate for TypeScript (as opposed to JS), so I think we should be able to work and feed off each other's skillset. Moreover, when it comes to development, I am passionate about building application and protocols that are robust and secure. Hence, I tend to practice TDD pretty religiously, so you can best believe that I will ensure that everything is secure from my part.
I'm an early crypto enthusiast and researcher. I'm the founder of a meetup in Paris to education about crypto matters for developping markets. I also hold a lot of crypto investment and sometimes writes about blockchain subjects.