Welcome to Lightcurve, Berlin's most dynamic blockchain studio! In close cooperation with the Lisk Foundation based in Switzerland, we are developing a platform by developers for developers to fulfill our mission - to make blockchain technology accessible. We are hard-working and fun-loving, always on the search for the most outstanding colleagues to push the boundaries of blockchain technology together.
We are looking for a Backend Developer - Blockchain/Node.js, who can help the Lisk project achieve the very highest standards in code quality, performance and security. You can find more information about our products here: www.Lisk.com and on GitHub.
Development of NodeJS based frameworks and libraries
Development of relational/non-relational databases
Development of Swagger/OpenAPI based RESTful APIs
Development of JSON-RPCs based on WebSocket or IPC
Implementation of Lisk improvement proposals
Development planning: requirements gathering and design
Debugging, root-cause analysis, bug fixing
Unit and integration testing
Native level fluency in English (spoken and written)
5+ years professional development experience
Basic knowledge of blockchain, cryptography, distributed networks
Basic knowledge of Lisk, Bitcoin, Ethereum and other protocols
Working knowledge of NodeJS
Working knowledge of HTTP, WebSockets, JSON-RPC
Working knowledge of RocksDB, LevelDB, etc
Working knowledge of Git (and GitHub)
Experience with Ethereum, Substrate and Cosmos development
Experience with Decentralized Finance (DeFi)
Working knowledge of Go, Rust, C++
At Lightcurve, you find a wide range of benefits: an international and welcoming team, dynamic work environment, relocation package, modern office space in the center of Berlin or work remotely from anywhere in the world, regular team events, top-of-the-line equipment and personal development plans.
Do you think you are a great fit for our team? Apply directly on the Careers page of our website and send us your CV and cover letter. We speak over 20 different languages here at Lightcurve, but please make sure your application is in English.