CHIC is the first NFT encryption start-up in Taiwan. This is a CTO position, which is a senior management position. The company will be a grassroots LLC in the future, please note the word "grassroots". This means that the position has no monthly salary, but owns the equity of the future company. So if your qualifications are very junior, please don't submit your resume to avoid time cost.
Therefore, this position has very high qualifications
You need to have an entrepreneurial mindset. You're a senior full-range engineer and you've led teams of engineers. You need to have experience working for a well-known international company, international NFT large-scale project experience (CHIC is an international elite WEB3 native enterprise) You need to be able to think independently and critically. You aren't under financial pressure (this is very important, it's a bear market.) You need to understand IDO and have developed WEB3 financial system framework. You need to have unlimited enthusiasm for WEB3, NFT, and recognize WEB3 entrepreneurs. You need to have the spirit of challenge and the ability to take risks. This job requires a contract in the future, you need to assume legal responsibility; this isn't an NFT project contract, this is a CTO position. You will need to meet with the CEO of TW and the CBO of UK in the future. You now need to wait for the VC funding to be confirmed and for the LLC to be established and the CEO to arrive in NYC (believe me I'm more anxious about this than all of you.)This means you need to be patient.
Let me remind you this is the WEB3 start-up. All the rules and talents are still being established and incubated. Please don't look at this from the experience of a large business. And being at a grassroots level, you need to be at the top of your game and your resume will be compared to talent from all over the world. So if you're confident in your all-around ability, please come to me and pitch it.
P.S. Also, if you want a monthly salary, please look for the position of "Engineer", not "CTO".
The last point is unfair, but I still have to type "If you're Taiwanese, please don't submit this position".
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