Fintech Jobs in Web3

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Job Position Company Posted Location Salary Tags

Tempest Vane Partners

New York, NY, United States

$84k - $90k

Hays

New York, NY, United States

$300k - $350k

Tempest Vane Partners

New York, NY, United States

$84k - $90k

ABC Labs

San Francisco, CA, United States

$68k - $90k

Token Metrics

Hyderabad, India

$112k - $126k

Benzinga

Detroit, MI, United States

$72k - $105k

Burkland

San Francisco, CA, United States

$90k - $120k

Lendr Network

Remote

$124k - $180k

Burkland Associates

San Francisco, CA, United States

$90k - $120k

Lendr Network

Remote

$126k - $150k

Lobster

Paris, France

$54k - $100k

Coins.ph

Manila, Philippines

$87k - $160k

New Age

Remote

Offchain Labs

Remote

$33k - $75k

Neco Finance

Remote

$96k - $384k

Decent DAO

Remote

Fireblocks

New York, NY, United States

$54k - $62k

AB InBev Growth Group

Remote

$94k - $180k

EXMO.com

Remote

$45k

Crypto.com

Bangalore, India

$102k - $118k

Telos Foundation

Remote

Musicow

Los Angeles, CA, United States

$95k - $105k

Oowlish Technology

Valencia, Venezuela

$72k - $100k

FinTech4Good

United States

$72k - $77k

Oowlish Technology

Spain

$72k - $100k

Tempest Vane Partners
$84k - $90k est.
New York City Metropolitan Area US
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The Client

My client is a non-custodial institutional grade staking as a service provider that operates validators across a wide range of Proof-of-Stake protocols and allows institutional clients to delegate their assets using their preferred custodians in order to collect staking rewards. They charge a commission on the staking rewards for operating the validators and providing analytics and reporting.


Their differentiation is based on:

  • Institutional grade security and compliance (e.g. permissioned validators)
  • Superior transparency and analytics, including dashboard and reporting
  • Processes designed with institutional workflow in mind

What You'll Get

  • An outstanding opportunity to work in an institutionally backed, cutting edge Digital Assets FinTech business.
  • An opportunity to be working with forward thinking and collaborative, like minded individuals in a autonomous and entrepreneurial environment.
  • An opportunity to be there from the start! The business is only two year's old, and despite already being profitable, they have a long way to go to achieve their growth and valuation targets. You could be part of the whole journey!
  • Generous salary plus annual discretionary bonus.
  • Pension, private medical, dental and optical insurance all included.
  • Equity from the start!

What You'll Do

  • Generate a sales pipeline across market segments including hedge funds, traditional asset managers, sell side institutions, asset owners & family offices; leveraging your personal network and external partners.
  • Initiate contact with new potential clients through cold-calling.
  • Perform regular follow-up calls and emails to move potential clients through the sales function.
  • Use innovative approaches beyond cold calling to get in front of as many potential clients as possible.
  • Ensure the continuing improvement of sales pitch documents.
  • Ensure a well-defined pre and post sales process.
  • Feed into the product development roadmap – notably collaborating with Product in the prioritisation and scheduling of new feature requests.
  • As the business expands, support the Head of Sales with the build, organisation and motivation of a sales team in the pursuit of aggressive revenue targets.
  • Participate in wider cross-departmental projects.

What You'll Need

  • Experience working in a senior sales role, selling Crypto, DeFi or Web3 solutions to institutional clients.
  • Background in financial markets, and solid track record of delivery in a sales role for a FinTech business selling into institutional clients.
  • Team Leadership and management experience.
  • Excellent communication and written skills.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • High attention to detail, proactive and dynamic.
  • Ability to work collaboratively, in a fast-paced environment.

What is the work of fintech?

Fintech (short for financial technology) refers to the use of technology to innovate and improve financial services

Fintech companies develop and offer various financial products and services that are often more convenient, affordable, and accessible than traditional financial services

Fintech in Web3 is focused on developing decentralized financial (DeFi) applications that enable peer-to-peer financial transactions without intermediaries such as banks or other financial institutions

These DeFi applications are built on blockchain technology, which provides transparency, security, and immutability to financial transactions

Some of the common areas of fintech include:

  1. Payment and money transfer services: Fintech companies offer online payment solutions, mobile wallets, and digital currency exchanges to facilitate the transfer of money between individuals or businesses.
  2. Personal finance and wealth management: Fintech companies provide online investment platforms, robo-advisors, and financial planning tools to help individuals manage their money and invest in a more efficient way.
  3. Lending and financing: Fintech companies offer various loan and financing options, such as peer-to-peer lending, crowdfunding, and invoice financing, which are often more flexible and accessible than traditional bank loans.
  4. Insurance: Fintech companies offer innovative insurance products and services, such as peer-to-peer insurance and usage-based insurance, that are tailored to meet the needs of customers.
  5. Decentralized exchanges (DEXs): These are platforms that enable peer-to-peer trading of cryptocurrencies without intermediaries. DEXs use smart contracts to execute trades automatically and securely on the blockchain.
  6. Decentralized lending platforms: These platforms use smart contracts to enable peer-to-peer lending without intermediaries. Borrowers can access loans without going through a traditional bank or financial institution, while lenders can earn interest on their funds.
  7. Decentralized insurance platforms: These platforms use smart contracts to automate the claims and payout process, reducing fraud and increasing transparency.
  8. Decentralized identity solutions: These solutions use blockchain technology to create a secure and decentralized identity system, enabling users to control their own data and identity.