The role is vital to the success of the Blockchain/NFT projects in the company’s new business. The company seeks a Blockchain/NFT expert to make direct contributions to our business at scale. In this role, you will be responsible for all aspects of Blockchain/NFT-related project management, partner operations, Tokenomics design/review, collaborating with internal stakeholders including executives, external development studios, and communities including Blockchain/NFT evangelists to achieve the company’s NFT projects and its goals.


Role and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned to meet business needs.

  • Lead Blockchain/NFT projects
    • Capture growth opportunities in Blockchain/NFT/Web3 trends and devise strategies from analysis
    • Set project goals, objectives, and milestones by identifying, designing, and implementing project processes for Blockchain/NFT/Web3 native game development and its service
    • Lead and collaborate with various stakeholders, including external game developers and Blockchain engineers to define/review requirements, determine resource needs, and oversee production progress
    • Work with the projects sponsors such as executive management team to ensure overall execution
  • Design and review Blockchain Tokenomics
    • Direct the design and evaluation of Play-To-Earn core loop including game economy, non-game economy such as NFT marketplace, and balance between the two to maximize value of the ecosystem
    • Leverage economic and econometric techniques to frame and answer questions about marketplace user preferences, supply and demand dynamics, and interactions
    • Use data to make regular adjustments to gameplay variables, in-game economy, and pricing to maximize the lifetime value of each user, conducting analysis for ongoing optimization
  • Manage Web3 community and support DAO
    • Set up procedures and standards for Web3 community support to establish trust
    • Support DAOs to identify and address problems, including player unrest, exploits, technical issues, and other feedback, that may develop into issues
    • Work closely with Blockchain/NFT/Web3 evangelists such as influencers to generate market hype, grow its community base, and support overall project executions such as pre-sale, initial offering, and community events


  • 1-3 years of experiences in running Blockchain/NFT projects, Play-To-Earn games, or managing crypto operations/investment such as initial offering events
  • Experiences in Tokenomics design
  • Experiences in managing multi-channel (including Discord, Twitter, Telegram, etc.) support teams
  • Proven track record of orchestrating work across various creative and technical resources on complex game development and publishing projects


  • 5+ years of game industry experience with a deep passion for next-generation technologies
  • MA/MS degree in Economics, Finance, or a related technical field

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