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Do you want to work at the leading edge of revolutionary advances in distributed computing?

Do you want to shape connected computing of the future?

Do you want to build this future now?



Cambridge Blockchain is not waiting for, but instead, bringing this change today.



Do you love startups? Do you thrive in fast-paced, nimble cultures, love to roll up your sleeves and dive all the way from the idea to the critical details that make things happen? Do you want to learn while growing a company? At Cambridge Blockchain you will grow a business while pursuing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spearhead a field that will transform distributed computing.


Cambridge Blockchain is an early-stage startup headquartered in Kendall Square, the coolest confluence of thinking about the future, technology and culture. With multiple commuting options, a vibrant social and cultural scene, and plenty of good food and company, become part of a community that is at the heart of being and driving change.


Positions

Software Engineer — Startup mentality

Location: Cambridge, MA, USA — Prerequisite: Authorized to work in the USA

Excited about blockchain technologies? Us, too! And we’re growing quickly. Get ready to take a deep-dive into blockchain technology challenges as we build one of the most innovative solutions our industry has seen, yet. If you’re an engineer at heart, want to be a foundational team member, and are excited about solving things that no one else has, let’s chat.

All about you (with an understanding that passion trumps skills)

  • An innate desire to work with an emerging tech startup
  • 3-5 years software engineering experience developing back-end and front-end logic (i.e. you love playing with all parts of the stack)
  • Experience across the entire stack in at least one complex application and happy to work all around the stack.
  • Knowledge of, but not limited to, Node.js, Python, Java, ReSTful APIs and object-oriented programming
  • Experience with distributed systems architectures and principles
  • A baseline understanding of applied cryptographic principles, (e.g. asymmetric / symmetric encryption, signatures, hashing, authentication)

Shoot us a note with why you want to be part of the Cambridge Blockchain adventure (no cover letter, just a quick note) – and we’ll get the conversation started.

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and join us in changing what is possible.