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Solidity Developer at Turing in Remote

Job description An emerging company building a vast blockchain network for real-world sports collectible assets is looking for a Solidity Developer. The selected candidate will be exploring the latest technologies to ensure product scalability and configuring regular updates. The company is utilizing advanced technology, methods, vaults, and processes to enter into the future of collectible assets. This is an exciting opportunity for developers who are passionate about building relevant solutions while working in an agile environment. This will be a full-time position that requires some overlap with the EST/PST time zones. Job
Understand client requirements for blockchain architect and take charge of smart contracts development Build features and augmentations in a stable, tested, and efficient approach Develop Solidity code engineering with best practices on client platforms Conduct technical reviews of the products Work on blockchain integration with existing applications Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams and product managers to conceptualize new technologies and applications Job Requirements:
Bachelor's/Master's degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience) At least 3
years of relevant experience in software development Must be an expert in Solidity development Thorough knowledge of different blockchain platforms like Ethereum and Polygon Hands-on experience in blockchain architecture and its applications Prior experience in explaining blockchain concept and its feasibility Must be aware of trending and developing blockchain technologies Ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams Strong interpersonal skills and fluency in English for easy communication
Salary Range:
$80K -- $100K
Minimum Qualification
Software DevelopmentEstimated Salary: $20 to $28 per hour based on qualifications.

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