We're a team from the HFT world that is fed up with the state of blockchain exchanges. Existing exchanges are sluggish, unreliable, and horribly designed—creating a miserable place to trade during the brief window before your money is stolen. We're building a real exchange platform to fintech standards and calling it BitBridge.

BitBridge is a next generation cryptocurrency exchange platform, straddling the divide between centralized and decentralized trading. Built to engineering standards far beyond any other exchange on the market, we offer superior reliability, security, liquidity, and performance. And we do this all with verifiably fair matching algorithms and a need for minimal custody of user assets.

Being a Blockchain Engineer @ BitBridge

As our first blockchain focused developer, you’ll lead the design and engineering of our internal decentralized technology solutions and shape the course of how we engage with other efforts in the market.

As a founding member of the blockchain team:

  • You will build large scale node clusters for operating with many chains
  • You will design, implement, test, and audit new cryptoeconomic protocols
  • You will ship code that changes how the world trades

Our Must-Haves

  • Solid DevOps background in cloud (AWS/GCE)
  • Deep understanding of blockchain programming
  • OCD (Jk, but really; serious attention to detail and an appreciation for critical systems)

Your core tech stack:

  • Terraform, Go/Python/Node, AWS, Script/Solidity/EVM
  • Math and the simple programming languages to animate it

Why Join Us

  1. We are dedicated to building an anti-buillshit culture.
  2. You will be part of a highly technical team.
  3. We hire all over the world, because we believe the future of work is like the future of currencies -- decentralized.
  4. We offer a bonus model competitive with the high finance world, not just the typical startup lottery tickets.
  5. We’re making something people want.

BitBridge values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, location, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran, or disability status.