Blockchain Talents is looking for a Solidity DeFi Engineer

    Bulkbit Systems



    320000 K

    November 2022


    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.


    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.


    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