Logos is a movement supporting the development of the decentralised web. Logos technologies lay the foundations for a freer internet upon which communities can evolve into network states. Each protocol in the Logos stack seeks to empower its users while upholding civil liberties and fundamental freedoms.

 

About Waku

We are building Waku (Waku.org) as a public good infrastructure. Waku is the messaging layer of Web3.

It is a decentralized, censorship-resistant, privacy-preserving communication network that enables anyone to send and receive messages without worrying about surveillance or deplatforming.

We are developing 3 open source implementations of Waku:

We are enabling Ethereum builders to create new projects with a fully decentralized architecture, think dApp to Wallet notifications, NFT marketplaces, censorship-resistant chat, layer-2 decentralization and more.

Key responsibilities:

  • Design, implement and document Waku nim libraries and node (nwaku)
  • Collaborate and support the Research team with the implementation of new protocols
  • Investigate and fix issues in nwaku and upstream libraries such as nim-libp2p
  • Maintain an array of bindings and wrappers over the nim library to enable usage of Waku in other languages (Rust, NodeJS, Golang)
  • Optimize nwaku and upstream libraries for usage on various environments (VPS, laptop, mobile, Raspberry Pi)
  • Support dApp developers in using nwaku and other Waku libraries/bindings

You ideally will have: 

  • At least 2 years of experience in low-level or statically typed languages (C, C++, Rust or Go)
  • Experience building applications with complex logic, cutting edge technology or applied research, including for network environments
  • Ability to learn new concepts and technologies quickly; you are a polyglot
  • You have a deep interest for blockchain and decentralized technologies and understand how they work

Bonus points: 

  • You are already familiar with the Ethereum community or you are in Web3 or blockchain development
  • You have experience with any libp2p implementations
  • You have experience with maintaining bindings, especially in a mobile or embedded context
  • You have experience working for a remote only open source organization

Hiring process:

  1. Intro call with PeopleOps (30 minutes)
  2. Interview (technical) with nwaku team member (1h)
  3. Pair programming session with a nwaku team member (1h)
  4. Final interview with Waku Lead (45minutes to 1h)

Compensation:

The expected compensation for this role is up to $100,000 (negotiable, dependent on how we assess your skills and experience throughout our interview process). We are happy to pay in any mix of fiat/crypto.

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