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Senior Solidity Developer

Nov 17
Fully Remote

DXdao is building a suite of Web3 products. As such, it heavily relies on the technical expertise of solidity developers with strong knowledge of building on top of Ethereum. We are looking for a Senior Solidity Developer to join us on our multi-chain, AMM Swapr!

What you should be interested in doing:

  • Building the next generation of DeFi products.

  • Working on the cutting edge of decentralization.

  • Contributing to a distributed, consensus based, and on chain organization.

  • Creating unique solutions to dApp specific user experience challenges.

  • Researching into new areas around DeFi space and experiment how these could be integrated towards Swapr / DXdao ecosystem.

  • Designing, implementing, testing, and auditing protocol upgrades and additions.

  • Driving high-level decisions about Swapr protocol architecture, features, quality standards, and best practices.

Core responsibilities on Swapr:

  • Define, prioritise and lead smart contracts roadmap.

  • Discover, architect and implement tech stack that will yield competitive advantage and ensure a stable and scalable product.

  • Identify opportunities and risk in the ecosystem and propose initiatives.

  • Drive the design, development, and implementation of new Swapr features.

  • Coordinate deployment and expansion of Swapr on new EVM networks.

  • Lead ongoing technical initiatives around bringing value to SWPR token

  • Smart contract related operations.

We are looking for:

  • A DAO/DeFi enthusiast who wants to build open source decentralized applications focused on financial freedom and privacy.

  • An independent, self-starter who is comfortable working in a fast-paced environment.

  • Someone with extensive experience in solidity (ideally +2 years) and in deploying AMMs.

  • A contributor with excellent written and verbal communication skills and can collaborate effectively on a breadth of technical topics.