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The position is based in Palo Alto, CA. As we work in an in-person hybrid model, preferred location is in San Francisco Bay Area.
Bring your passion for Web3, NFTs, and the Creator economy and join us to build the Faro platform for Web3 commerce and engagement. You will be responsible for all aspects of the product with a particular focus on architecting and implementing the blockchain services, integrating with many of our partners’ APIs, and associated front-end web UI. You will participate in the entire product development cycle from MVP through market success.
The ideal candidate is a blockchain engineer who can rapidly iterate, deliver quickly, and adapt our approach in this fast-moving space. You will succeed by leveraging your blockchain development skills, applying a product mindset, and getting inspiration from the amazing Web3 experiences.
- MINIMUM of 4+ years of experience as a Software Engineer
- 1+ years of Solidity smart contract development experience
- 2+ years of as front-end or fullstack or backend developer (React, Node.js)
- Experience developing, deploying and running Dapps/smart contracts in production on Ethereum mainnet AND L2/sidechains
- Knowledge of secure Solidity development patterns for tokens and DeFi protocols
- Good knowledge of most prominent ERC/EIP Ethereum standards
- Good knowledge of smart contract development tools/frameworks (Truffle, Hardhat)
- Experience using smart contract auditing tools (MythX, other)
- Experience working in CI/CD setup
- High quality and testing standards
- Good documentation practices
Great to have
- Experience developing and contributing to open source projects (incl. but not limited to Solidity open source codebases)
- Familiarity with smart contract codebases, and/or digital assets/payments and other token standards like ERC-777/20/721/1155/1400 and existing open source implementations (OpenZeppelin, Universal Token, etc.)
- Knowledge/understanding of cross-chain interoperability techniques (HTLC, bridging)
- Knowledge/understanding of L2 technologies (ZK/optimistic rollups, PoS/PoA sidechains)
- Experience using smart contract auditing techniques (fuzzing, other)
- Deep knowledge/experience understanding of EVM
- BSc/MSc in Computer Science or related subject
Faroverse is an affirmative action employer and welcomes candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our team.
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What are ERC standards?
ERC stands for Ethereum Request for Comments
ERCs are a set of technical standards that are used to create and manage tokens on the Ethereum blockchain
These standards provide guidelines for the development of smart contracts and dApps (decentralized applications) that can be used to create, manage, and exchange tokens on the Ethereum network
ERC standards define a set of rules and protocols that tokens must follow in order to be compatible with the Ethereum network
These rules cover a variety of aspects, such as token transfer functions, token ownership, and smart contract security
By following these standards, developers can ensure that their tokens are interoperable with other tokens and can be easily exchanged on the Ethereum network
There are currently several ERC standards, including ERC-20, ERC-721, ERC-777, and ERC-1155, each of which has a specific set of features and functions
ERC-20 is the most widely used token standard and is used to create fungible tokens, while ERC-721 is used to create non-fungible tokens (NFTs)
Other ERC standards, such as ERC-777 and ERC-1155, provide additional features and functions for creating more complex tokens
ERC standards have played a crucial role in the development of the Ethereum ecosystem by providing a common set of guidelines and protocols for creating and managing tokens on the blockchain.