Full-Stack Engineer

New York, NY, United States, San Francisco, CA, United States • $90k - $150k • 0.1% - 2.5%


Role Locations

  • New York, NY, United States
  • San Francisco, CA, United States


  • $90k - $150k
  • 0.1% - 2.5%


11 - 25 people


650 2 Nd St Unit 205
San Francisco, CA, 94107, US

Tech Stack

  • React
  • Python
  • Go

Role Description

We’re looking for full stack engineers to be the first engineers at Kalshi. You’ll be responsible for the tech stack and development of various product areas including building a state of the art trading exchange, creating a simple trading experience for the end user, and deploying machine learning models to make use of our extensive datasets on trading activity. By joining Kalshi, you’ll be exposed to all parts of the business, help scale and lead the team, and define our culture and product path. As an early team member, you would have broad ownership over the future outlook of the product.

About Kalshi

Kalshi allows people to trade on discrete events from whether Brexit will happen this year to whether it will rain in NYC tomorrow. Kalshi is developing a new asset class, event contracts, and a financial exchange for trading on the outcome of events. Kalshi is working on becoming federally regulated as the first futures exchange in the U.S. for trading on a broad category of events. Kalshi's vision is to allow people to capitalize on their opinions, to trade in the domain of everyday knowledge, and to hedge risks that relate to their everyday lives.

Company Culture

We are a group of people who work hard and get things done, and we're looking for more people like that! :) Meritocracy is at our core, and we value people who take ownership and figure (usually hard) things out - we don't care much about anything other than the product of your work. We have all become close friends and we think of Kalshi as a type of a family bound together by our mission: we believe that this is the best (and most fun!) way to work.

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