Triton One is hiring a
Web3 Rust Developer for AccountsDB Plugins

Compensation: $72k - $82k *

Location: Remote

Want to help build Web 3.0? Triton One seeks a Rust software developer to help us write AccountsDb plugins for our clients.

Responsibilities Write custom AccountsDB plugins to improve Solana RPC performance. Contribute to open-source projects in the ecosystem. Test software before deployment. Stay up to date on the latest technology in our space. Other duties as assigned.

Technical experience: Strong understanding of Rust and Solana programs/accounts. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. We speak several languages but work mostly in English.

Compensation We provide competitive compensation, based on experience, on an hourly contract basis, or part-time employment (We’re flexible). Payment via USDC-SPL or several fiat currencies.

About Triton One Triton One provides infrastructure services for Solana and other ecosystems. Our projects include global-scale Solana RPC deployments, Wormhole Guardian (BSC, Ethereum, Solana, Terra), and an upcoming Arweave gateway/cache. We are Solana natives who provide bespoke infrastructure for DeFi & NFT applications. Join us and help build Web 3.0!

https://www.triton.one

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Compensation: $72k - $82k *

Location: Remote


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