Frontend Engineer

San Francisco, CA, United States • $130k - $180k • 0.01% - 0.10%

Futureswap


Role Location

  • San Francisco, CA, United States

Compensation

  • $130k - $180k
  • 0.01% - 0.10%

Employees

< 10 people

Address

3520 20th St
San Francisco, CA, 94110, US

Tech Stack

  • Node.js
  • TypeScript
  • Solidity
  • React
  • Java

Role Description

About Futureswap

Futureswap is disrupting the legacy multi-trillion dollar derivatives market by creating a fair and transparent protocol.

We've built an Ethereum-based protocol for traders and yield seekers, designed from the beginning to be user-owned and governed. Futureswap offers up to 10x leverage with a system that provides a high level of efficiency and distributed incentives.

Our stack: The team owns a variety of systems in different programming languages from JavaScript, Typescript, Solidity, and Java. We write a lot of unit tests and take pride in the quality of our stack.

What you will do:

You'll play a critical role in engineering a fair and open financial systems. We're on the cutting edge of Ethereum and DeFi development.

Skills and experience you possess:

  • You have experience shipping quality code, releasing early, and iterating rapidly.
  • You have opinions on what makes effective programming and testing practices.
  • Expertise building highly-trafficked web services
  • Exceptional judgment, strategic thinking, and creative problem-solving skills with a strong analytical mindset
  • 4+ years of professional engineering experience

Who you'll work with:

We are a team of 4 passionate engineers from diverse backgrounds (e.g. Google) with deep experience in product, finance, governance, blockchain, and community.

About Futureswap

Disrupting the legacy multi-trillion dollar derivatives market by creating a fair and transparent protocol.

Company Culture

✅ Autonomous ✅ Ambitious ✅ Hard-working ✅ Passionate ✅ Scrappy ✅ Transparent ✅ Strategic

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