Full-Stack Developer
Remote
Mid-level +2 · Full time
Posted 5 months ago
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The Opportunity
Are you a developer passionate about web3 and sustainability? Join our growing team of technologists developing a blockchain platform for impact investing, carbon credit origination, philanthropy, and more.

You should have meaningful experience with Javascript, NodeJS, React, databases, and supporting industry standard frameworks. Competence in Solidity and other smart contract languages is a plus, as is knowledge of Rust. We're looking for a developer who can follow the lead of our CTO and lead blockchain developer, but equally can think on their feet and help architect their project.

Location: Remote. The timezone range is -5 - +6 GMT.
Position type: Full-time

About Bitgreen
Bitgreen combines blockchain technology and green innovation to drive capital into critically important sustainability initiatives. Through sector-specific applications, such as an impact investing platform and a carbon credit marketplace, Bitgreen aims to raise $1 trillion for sustainability projects in 10 years.
99.9% more energy efficient than some traditional blockchains, Bitgreen will be the home for mission-aligned organizations wishing to utilize web3 to meet their impact goals.

Requirements
Proficiency in React, NodeJS, CSS
English language proficiency

Nice to have
Web3 application development experience 
Experience in Database engineering and API development
Interest in sustainability, carbon credits, and impact investment

Your responsibilities
Developing the front end of various applications and solutions for Bitgreen as well as Bitgreen clients
Managing individual project priorities, deadlines, and deliverables
Collaborating across various teams

We offer
Competitive salary
Flexible working hours
Work that matters to the future of the planet

Bitgreen
Blockchain for Sustainability
Size:  11-50 employees
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