Our crypto wallet is used by millions of people and provides a single, convenient solution for managing all your accounts and tokens across Solana, Ethereum, and Polygon. As a mobile engineer at Phantom you’ll be doing everything from creating delightful user experiences, contributing to cross-platform client infrastructure, and crafting web3 developer SDKs. Join us on our mission to make the digital economy safe and easy to use for everyone.

This role is fully remote; however, we’re only open to candidates based in US and EU time zones. Currently, Phantom cannot support employees from the following countries and continents: Russia, Pakistan, Ukraine, Asia, Oceania, and Africa.

Responsibilities

  • Push forward our mobile efforts: You’ll be directly impacting the development of our flagship mobile app in React Native, working closely with the founders to constantly improve the product
  • New initiatives and products: You will be leading initiatives to add support for other blockchains to Phantom, and to launch new complementary products or infrastructure.
  • Interfacing with users: You will be interfacing directly with end-users and developers building on Phantom. Supporting them and collecting feedback to inform the direction of the product.
  • Team building: You will be working with the team to create and foster a culture of raising the bar with each new hire.

Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree in Computer Science or related technical field or equivalent practical experience
  • 5+ years full-time software engineering experience
  • 3+ years full-time experience with React Native / Swift / Objective-C / Kotlin
  • Demonstrated interest in open and community-driven platforms
  • Nice-To-Have: experience in a blockchain based project 
  • English language proficiency

Why Work with Us

Opportunity

We are a team of experienced builders with a ton of traction in a big and growing market – our users are so passionate they were hacking their way into our private beta. Only months after launching we've acquired millions of users, and are adding hundreds of thousands every week. We are by far the leading wallet on Solana, and have expanded to Ethereum and Polygon. 

On top of that, there has never been a better time to work in crypto and on wallets in particular.

  • Wallets play a pivotal role: Wallets are responsible for on-boarding new users into crypto, and can make or break the user experience.
  • We are moving to a multi-chain world: New blockchains and scaling solutions are coming online and gaining traction, but are lacking decent wallets and bridges.
  • DeFi & NFTs are exploding : Interest in DeFi and NFTs has exploded, yet they are still an after-thought in existing wallets.

Benefits

  • Competitive salary and equity.
  • Comprehensive insurance (medical/dental/vision) — 100% covered.
  • Stipend for your ideal remote / WFH set-up: laptop, headphones, and any other work gear you may need.
  • Flexible hours and a long-standing, supportive remote environment.
  • Monthly co-working space and mobile phone expense.
  • Unlimited vacation: Take time when you need it (and we really mean it).
  • 401(k) retirement plan (although we are not matching at this time)
  • Wellness benefit
  • Daily lunch benefit

The target base salary for this role will range between $180,000 to $220,000 with the addition of equity and benefits. This is determined by a few factors including your skillset, prior relevant experience, quality of interviews and market factors (such as location) at the point in time of offer.

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