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Senior Full Stack JS Developer at a Crypto Trading platform
NodeJS, ReactJS, MongoDB
6+ months
40 hours a week
Monthly fee
The project is with a financial services and crypto-trading firm. They are looking for a senior JS developer to join their SE Asian team building a Blockchain platform and help them build new features and applications for their enterprise clients.

About the client

The client is based out of the US. They are a leader in digital asset financial services, providing institutional investors with liquidity, custody, and security solutions. The current team is fully based in the USA but they are looking to expand into SE Asia.

Your role

1. You would build strong, resilient, and robust APIs, libraries, and services to power their wallet services: hot and cold wallets, indexing, staking, and SDK services.<br><br> 2. You would work on functionality and scalability features by taking responsibility from inception to deployment and customer integration.<br><br> 3. You would expose and document functionality to the UI, third-party developers, and their internal and external tooling.<br><br> 4. You would collaborate closely with their engineering teams to ensure consistency in understanding technical requirements and overall work quality.<br><br> 5. You would provide mentorship to your peers in the broader engineering team through code reviews and education on best practices.<br><br>

Hiring process

The hiring process consists of a 90-minute coding test followed by 3 interviews on algorithms, architecture, and your background.

Other details

The client would appreciate it if you have experience working on- <br> 1. Branching methodologies, code review tools,<br> 2. CI tools, JIRA, Confluence defi or centralized financial industry,<br> 3. Cryptocurrencies, and the blockchain industry.<br><br> Familiarity with Kubernetes, Docker, Golang, TypeScript would be a plus.
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