February 13, 2019

Junior Solidity Developer

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February 13, 2019
San Francisco, United States
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Enigma is a blockchain-based protocol that uses groundbreaking privacy technologies to enable scalable end-to-end decentralized applications. With Enigma, “smart contracts” become “secret contracts,” where input data is kept hidden from nodes in the Enigma network that execute code. This functionality is essential for protecting sensitive data and creating truly decentralized solutions at scale. We are currently building libraries which will become building blocks of the Enigma protocol and will be leveraged by dApps which work with sensitive data inputs. We are looking for a blockchain enthusiast who has experience working with Solidity and building Ethereum smart contracts.


● Develop Enigma protocol libraries in Solidity. These include voting contracts, auction contracts, and/or random number generation contracts among others

● Create documentation for Enigma protocol libraries

● Work with the protocol team to integrate these libraries into the Enigma protocol

● Work with dApp projects which need to integrate these libraries into their code base

● Collaborate with the protocol team on open research topics

● Optional: work on an end to end dApp that leverages the Enigma protocol


● B.Sc in Computer Science or a related field

● A working understanding of how blockchains and consensus protocols work

● Experience with writing smart-contracts (Solidity)

● A good grasp of best-practices in smart-contract security

● Experience with Truffle, Web3.js and other relevant development tools

● Motivated to learn anything and everything new in the space (most important)

● Front-end development experience is a plus

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