Quantitative Developer Jobs in Web3

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Job Position Company Posted Location Salary Tags

FalconX

New York, NY, United States

$180k - $200k

Tokemak

Remote

$200k - $300k

Qube Research & Technologies

Remote

$140k - $180k

Kronos Research

Taipei, Taiwan

$27k - $67k

Kronos Research

Taipei, Taiwan

$63k - $75k

Nogle

Taipei, Taiwan

$122k - $153k

Wintermute

London, United Kingdom

$84k - $100k

Tokemak

Remote

$200k - $300k

Binance

Asia

Keyrock

Brussels, Belgium

$72k - $100k

Binance

Asia

Relative Finance

Remote

$70k - $200k

Ripple

London, United Kingdom

$81k - $100k

Ripple

London, United Kingdom

$81k - $100k

GammaSwap Labs

Remote

$200k - $300k

Ripple

London, United Kingdom

$72k - $87k

Ripple

Dublin, Ireland

$72k - $87k

Ripple

Toronto, Canada

$72k - $75k

BlockFi

New York, NY, United States

$54k - $90k

LATOKEN

London, United Kingdom

$30k - $70k

Ripple

San Francisco, CA, United States

$51k - $80k

BitMEX

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

$30k - $70k

BitMEX

Singapore, Singapore

$30k - $70k

Quantitative Developer

FalconX
$180k - $200k

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FalconX is seeking a highly skilled and motivated Quantitative Developer to join our dynamic team. As a Quantitative Developer, you will play a crucial role in enhancing our trading capabilities and optimizing our infrastructure. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in Python, experience working with large datasets, and team-minded approach to problem solving. Familiarity with Rust or C++ is preferred but not required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work with trading team to design, enhance, and support trading strategies
  • Assist in monitoring and troubleshooting existing strategies
  • Conduct regular testing and debugging to identify and resolve any software issues or system inefficiencies
  • Play a key role in managing and optimizing strategy research pipelines
  • Collaborate across trading and engineering teams to enhance and support trading systems, including high-performance execution systems

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related field
  • Strong proficiency in Python
  • Experience with data analysis and statistical modeling is a plus
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and ability to work effectively under pressure
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills to work in a cross-functional team environment
  • Experience with C++ or Rust is a plus
  • Familiarity with blockchain technology and Web3 infrastructure is a plus
  • Ability to adapt to a fast-paced and rapidly changing digital assets industry

This is a full-time position with an expected annual compensation of $180,000.00 - $200,000. The actual compensation for a successful candidate may vary based on factors such as skill set, relevant experience, qualifications, and other relevant factors. This position also offers other forms of compensation and benefits consisting of overtime compensation (when applicable), relocation assistance (if applicable), performance-linked bonus, paid time off (including sick time) benefits, paid Company holidays, participation in the Company’s equity and 401k retirement plan, competitive employee health, dental, and vision benefitseach subject to the terms and conditions of the governing plan documents and Company policies.

What do quantitative developers do?

Quantitative developers, also known as quants, are professionals who work in the financial industry and use their expertise in computer programming and quantitative analysis to develop and implement financial models and trading strategies

They work closely with quantitative analysts and traders to design, implement, and test complex algorithms and financial software

Quantitative developers in Web3 utilize their programming skills and quantitative analysis expertise to build decentralized systems and applications

They work on developing and implementing financial models, trading algorithms, and smart contracts that can be used to power decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms and other Web3 applications

Some specific tasks that a quantitative developer may be responsible for include:

  1. Developing financial models and algorithms: Quantitative developers use programming languages like Python, C++, and Java to design and implement financial models and algorithms that can be used to analyze data and make investment decisions. They may work with quants to translate mathematical models into executable code.
  2. Building and maintaining trading systems: Quantitative developers may build trading systems that automatically execute trades based on pre-programmed algorithms. They may also be responsible for maintaining these systems and ensuring that they are running efficiently and accurately.
  3. Developing decentralized financial products and services: Quantitative developers work on designing and implementing smart contracts and other financial models that can be used to create decentralized financial products such as decentralized
  4. Building blockchain infrastructure: Quantitative developers may work on developing the underlying blockchain infrastructure that powers decentralized applications. This may involve developing consensus algorithms, building smart contract execution platforms, and designing secure and efficient data storage solutions.
  5. Conducting data analysis: Quantitative developers may work on analyzing on-chain data from decentralized platforms to identify trends and inform investment decisions. They may also develop new techniques for analyzing decentralized data, such as utilizing data from on-chain transactions to gain insights into user behavior and network activity.