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    Blockchain Talents is looking for a Solidity DeFi Engineer

    Bulkbit Systems

    Worldwide…

    Permanent

    320000 K

    November 2022

    Remote

    Job description

    About the role:

    As a contracting protocol engineer at Bulkbit you will be part of a great team at the sharpest edge of decentralized exchange technology. You will be working alongside our client’s technical cofounders in the design and development of smart contracts on Ethereum L1/EVM-compatible chains. This means writing well-documented, well-structured, well-tested Solidity code. This will interact with the frontend development to produce a seamless user experience.

    We would like the contract to start as soon as possible and the initial contract will be for 4 months with a fee range of 90-120k depending on experience and knowledge.

    Required:

    Track record of strong Solidity development in deployed projects.

    Broad awareness of the DeFi ecosystem.

    Have experience with or a desire to go deep on DEX mechanics

    Mathematical fluency, particularly with respect to basic calculus and statistics.

    Knowledge of smart contract common vulnerabilities and design patterns.

    Bonus:

    DEX development experience, including aggregators

    Alternate asset management background - either theory or practical

    Fund risk management experience

    Familiarity with convex optimization, path finding, or optimal control

    Typescript testing library experience

    Experience with WebAssembly

    Familiarity with IPFS

    What we offer:

    Meaningful and interesting work with input in protocol design

    The excitement and freedom of an early stage VC-backed startup

    Very competitive rate - token allocation possible

    Fully remote if desired (main team is in London)

    Participate in building the infrastructure that aims to become the new standard in decentralized exchanges

    Who we are ?

    Bulkbit is building a decentralized exchange (DEX) that provides on-chain portfolio management of deposited liquidity. The mathematics pioneered allows Liquidity Providers to not have to suffer from impermanent loss - a reason for current high fees on DEXs