We are an adtech company whose mission is to add cryptography and blockchain to our stack so that we can take out the wasteful middlemen. We are also a heavy user of Google cloud and Tensor flow to help automate all of our systems and to tune the yield for our customers. We are a profitable company with large clients and have explosive growth. Honestly we are probably the coolest company here and don't waste your time with the others. You get to play with cryptography, tensor flow, polymer 3.0 front end, web sockets, and a deluge of data. billions of events a day
Why join us?
Experiencing massive growth
Founders have started highly successful companies
We are just fun and cool to work at
Engineering at Madhive
Scrum, two weeks sprints, highly iterative. We usually have a sliding window of 6 months for our tech debt. We often burn down and build again. We invest in people not so much in code. We also do random research into different principles to just add to our tool box. For instance a deep dive into traceable ring signatures, bulletproofs, differential privacy, token curated registries (they suck), etc
A massive deluge of data. Very tight deadlines for responses
Backend: working on a low latency massive data pipeline, trying to add cryptography carefully to add value but not slow things down
Frontend: showing in a useful way a visualization of huge datasets. Also using of tensorflow.js to help users automate their tasks. All connected to google Firestore with a polymer 3 front end.
Building a blockchain from scratch
Working at Madhive
Light hearted family that cares about one another. We tackle hard problems in a tough industry so it's definitely a fox hole mentality. We also have a very high bar for engineers
Usually lunch, and lots of snacks and drinks
We are in a pre war building a lot of character.
Token and Maddy the mini wiener dogs and mascots of Madhive. Oh and Carmen occasionally, she is interesting.
A couple of months
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