Blockchains is hiring a
Web3 Technical Writer - SDK

Compensation: $67k - $80k *

Location: USA - Remote

Blockchains will only consider candidates who reside in the U.S. and do not require any VISA support.


In the new and exciting world of the decentralized internet, otherwise known as Web3, it is an individual’s fundamental right to own and control their digital identity. To ensure that the individual is paramount in Web3, we are developing a suite of applications to enable everyone to safely engage, take part, and transact in the emerging, decentralized world of the internet. Our platform centers on Web3 Identity and leverages that identity to provide individuals with secure digital asset storage and recovery, access to decentralized finance, the ability to prove ownership of their creations, and gateways to digital interactions and experiences – all to empower and benefit every Web3 user.

We believe that the decentralized nature of Web3 creates an opportunity for everyone to challenge the digital status quo—to own and control their identity, data, finances, creations, and future. This is the chance to get it right – to rally a movement of individuals so Web3 belongs to everyone, not to trillion-dollar companies. To fulfill this vision, we are seeking dynamic people who want to join us in leading the way to this new world.


As our Technical Writer, you will work closely with our ambitious engineering teams to shape our approach to not only write, but also automate processes for creating documentations. You will primarily support the SDK Team to document features, concepts, and guides for other developers using it. You will be working closely with developers and need to be able to understand the technology in order to describe and explain it to others. You will have an extremely critical business impact to the company’s continued growth since the quality of the SDK also depends on the quality of its documentation. The documentation is mainly targeted to other developers, but must also include descriptions explaining it to decision-makers, CTOs, and managers as well.

You will have the freedom to think creatively, experiment with, and incorporate leading software helping to improve the users' experience. Duties include, but are not limited to;

  • Disseminating technical information in easy-to-understand language also for a non-technical audience.
  • Creating software documentation after a thorough collaboration with subject matter experts and technical staff.
  • Taking existing and potential content and improving it.
  • Documenting and illustrating technical concepts for other developers.
  • Writing FAQs and HowTo-Guides for other developers.
  • Creating tutorials for different use cases.
  • Producing video material as HowTos for developers.
  • Automating the generation of various documentation and formats.


To ensure success, you must have the ability to read and understand Code written in C, TS/JS. You can understand and explain complex technical concepts, and have basic experience and knowledge in blockchain technology. You have strong research and analytical skills, excellent technical writing skills, as well as excellent verbal communication skills. You are detail-oriented and can undertake multiple projects and deliver on tight deadlines. In addition, you have experience with Jira and Confluence and have a solid grip on documentation publishing software such as gitbook, and readthedocs.


You have a minimum of 5 years overall experience as a technical writer or software engineer, with at least 3 years in the role of technical writer, responsible for creating technical documentation. You have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or equivalent from an accredited institution.

Blockchains, Inc. (“Blockchains”) is proud to be a diverse workforce, and we are committed to inclusion and diversity to ensure equal opportunity for all applicants. Blockchains provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

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Compensation: $67k - $80k *

Location: USA - Remote

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