Robinhood is changing the way America invests. We believe our financial system should work for everyone and not just a few. We offer commission-free trading for stocks, ETFs, options, and cryptocurrencies—all in one, user-friendly platform. Since our public launch in 2015, we’ve enabled millions of people to participate in the markets, cementing us as the fastest-growing brokerage ever.
About the Role:
Robinhood is seeking engineers and engineering leaders to join our cryptocurrency engineering team. The team is building and creating new solutions around crypto investing, management, and security to our 4 million users. What has been created so far only scratches the surface of how Robinhood envisions cryptocurrencies to play a role in our user’s lives. The cryptocurrency team is responsible for pioneering how Robinhood integrates with the various blockchains and networks as we expand our features.
What Sets Us Apart:
High standard of engineering quality
Learn how the US financial system works on the inside
Integrating cryptocurrency alongside a significant existing investing business
High impact roles at a relatively small company for our user base
As a Crypto Engineer you’ll:
Build out new functionality for our crypto product, such as adding new currencies or providing wallet functionality.
Utilize blockchains for new features or infrastructure.
Design a solution with other engineers and the ops team to fix a scalability problem and then implement it.
Act as a manager or tech lead, depending on past experience.
Some skills we consider important to being a Crypto Engineer:
Strong overall engineering skills that you want to bring to crypto.
1+ years of blockchain / crypto development experience - either personal or professional.
Solid understanding of relational databases and transactions.
Good intuition for REST API design.
Prior experience working with distributed services.
Note to Recruiters and Placement Agencies: Robinhood does not accept unsolicited agency resumes. Robinhood does not pay placement fees for candidates submitted by any agency other than its approved partners.