ConsenSys is a venture production studio focused on building and scaling tools and enterprise software products powered by Ethereum. Our mission is to use these solutions to power the emerging economic, social, and political operating systems of the planet.

Our teams are busy at work building the future of identity, financial markets, commerce, security, infrastructure, and more. If you are someone that thrives in a fast-paced environment where you must be self-directed, determined, and resilient, we would love for you to join us.

About MetaMask at ConsenSys:

MetaMask is a team dedicated to allowing users to easily and securely interact with decentralized applications. Our first flagship product, the MetaMask browser extension, has been a big success, with over a million new users in the last year. We're looking for software engineers who want to help us take it to the next billion.

https://github.com/MetaMask/metamask-extension/blob/develop/MISSION.md

About the role:

The MetaMask team is hiring new team members, if the fit is right!

We've had great success with our browser extension, and people are constantly asking us to bring our proven experience to their phones.

Our core data layer is written in JavaScript, and so the majority of a mobile port will be creating a great interface with our design team, to ensure that all the things people have come to love about MetaMask stay true on their phones.

The job will be a combination of making sure we're continuously providing a great experience to our users and developers, as well as designing and implementing the future of the user-friendly blockchain experience.

If you're passionate about the promise of the decentralized web, and have the skills to help us get there, we want you!

Requirements:

  • A track record of great Mobile app development.
  • Familiarity with the Ethereum blockchain, and Decentralized Applications.
  • Strong JavaScript experience.
  • Experience with React Native.
  • Enthusiasm for our mission.

Bonuses:

  • Blockchain expertise.
  • Previous experience with Objective-C / Swift (iOS) or Java (Android)
  • Experience with Fastlane and CI tools

Here are some of the perks of being part of a unique organization like ConsenSys:

  • The forefront of a revolution. At ConsenSys we fundamentally believe that a next generation of technologies presents the opportunity to create a more just and equitable society.
  • A dynamic startup environment. ConsenSys is a thought leader in the blockchain space and we are absorbing a significant portion of the mindshare. This is both exciting and challenging, as we learn to scale our organization while adhering to the principles of decentralization.
  • Continuous learning. You'll be constantly exposed to new languages, frameworks and ideas from your peers and as you work on different projects -- challenging you to stay at the top of your game.
  • Deep technical challenges. This entire ecosystem is about 10 years old. Ethereum itself is still a toddler. There is much work to be done before these platforms can scale to the order of millions or billions of users. ConsenSys is building the technology platforms that can get us to those next thresholds of scale.

ConsenSys is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. We are committed to ensuring that our technology is made available and accessible to everyone. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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