What are you planning to do next? Why not be a part of Web3Auth?
Liaise with the fun-loving development team to plan new features
Architect and develop libraries that support Torus on native applications
Ensure security and decentralization
Be part of the whole product life cycle (ideation, design, planning, prototyping, implementation and delivering)
1 - 5 years of experience in developing a native application for iOS
Strong understanding of security and threat models in software
Strong interest in cryptography / blockchain
A Bachelor’s degree or higher in engineering, computer science, math, or equivalent practical experience
Software development experience in one or more general-purpose programming languages whether from previous internship, work experience, coding competitions, or publications
-> Dynamic team of diverse backgrounds -> Opportunities to attend international blockchain events -> Flexible while execution-driven and impact-focused -> Comfortable and unique workspace -> Compelling equity package -> Annual leaves -> Competitive take-home salary
More About Us:
Before embarking on Torus the founding team worked on different Ethereum Foundation projects including ENS and Plasma research. The decentralized key generation scheme we're building is novel and interesting work. Torus has a fast-paced working environment, which focuses on implementation. Ultimately we're looking to leave an impact.
The team is heavily execution-driven, flexible and impact-focused. We’re a young dynamic team with a diverse background whether in terms of ideas or ethnicity. The company is also VC funded.
What more? Developers can expect the chance to take part in blockchain hackathons and conferences all over the world.
Web3Auth focuses on Technology, Fin Tech, and Blockchain / Cryptocurrency. Their company has offices in Singapore and Remote. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees.
You can view their website at https://web3auth.io or find them on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
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