Solid Rustacean - Sr. Blockchain Engineer

Los Angeles, CA, United States, Remote, Seattle, WA, United States • $150k - $200k • 0.0% - 0.0%


Role Locations

  • Los Angeles, CA, United States
  • Remote
  • Seattle, WA, United States


  • $150k - $200k
  • 0.0% - 0.0%


< 10 people


500 Winslow Way E Ste 202
Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110-3274, US

Tech Stack

  • Go
  • JavaScript
  • Rust

Role Description

You would work directly with one of the original technical Bitcoiners as part of a small team creating new and interesting crypto-industry tech. Right now that would look like Polkadot-related launches, sometimes integrating with existing Solidity codebases.

This is a job that will touch billions of dollars in value, but at the early stage of ideation and creation; other teams will pick up the devops and ongoing maintenance responsibilities. Our founder is deeply embedded in the crypto industry and constantly working on interesting strategic launches that are highly valuable, ethical and intellectually interesting.

You should be at the pareto-optimal spot on the Dunning Kruger charts - smart enough to be humble but not so humble you think you won't make a difference.

You: like small very high quality teams, and ship. We: will get you whatever you need to ship.

About Capital6

We are a family office that invests in and owns high tech companies. About half are blockchain companies, the rest vary from media to sports to publishing. We often source employees for our portfolio companies, and rarely hire someone to work directly at the fund.

Company Culture

We're like a strike force that focuses on doing the initial heavy lift, then passing on what we've built to a team or company to manage and grow. We would rather push code than whiteboard code, we are focused on getting product-market fit first. We believe in incurring some technical debt on our way to launch. We like T shaped people - a lot of general interest + some deep skills.

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