5 Companies Hiring Blockchain Developers

These companies are seeking out candidates who can apply their software development skills to blockchain’s diverse use cases.

Written by Margo Steines
Published on Feb. 29, 2024
5 Companies Hiring Blockchain Developers
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Blockchain developers apply their software engineering skills and experience to working with distributed ledger technology. This emerging field of disruptive tech solutions establishes a record of ownership for digital assets that can’t be altered, and it’s become a compelling way to safeguard data and promote transparency. Blockchain is perhaps best known for its growing popularity in the finance sector, as it’s become almost synonymous with the cryptocurrency market, but blockchain technology also has use cases for gaming, healthcare, real estate and other industries. Here are companies hiring developers who can leverage their technical expertise to focus on blockchain systems.

Companies Hiring Blockchain Developers

  • Hiro Systems
  • Ex Populus
  • Quidd
  • Shrapnel
  • 21.co

 

Top Companies Hiring Blockchain Developers

Hiro Systems makes developer tools for Bitcoin and for the Stacks ecosystem, a Bitcoin layer for smart contracts. Hiro Systems’ blockchain developers and other team members across the globe work flexible hours, as the company is remote friendly and accommodates different time zones. They also enjoy generous work-life balance benefits that include paid parental leave, a daily lunch stipend and autonomy to choose their own technical setup.

 

Ex Populus is a Web3 game development studio that creates its own games, publishes third-party games, operates a digital gaming store and is partnering with Offchain Labs and the Xai Foundation to deploy its portfolio of titles on the Xai Blockchain. The company’s fully remote staff includes blockchain developers tasked with responsibilities like building smart contracts and testing blockchain systems.

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Digital collectibles marketplace Quidd facilitates the trade and purchase of over $2 billion in digital assets like NFTs across 325-plus brands. Its platform is available online or via a mobile app. Blockchain developers at Quidd work with the Golang and Solidity programming languages and need Web3 experience.

 

Shrapnel is a blockchain-based gaming studio that makes combat shooter games that allow users to create and monetize assets within the game. Blockchain developers at Shrapnel work collaboratively, using Solidity, Golang and TypeScript to build software. The “tight-knit, highly experienced, fun-loving team” operates out of Seattle.

 

21.co builds products that bridge the gap between traditional finance and decentralized finance, known as DeFi, with the goal of increasing access to the cryptocurrency space. Operating out of offices in New York, Zurich and London, the company boasts a team culture that prioritizes “daring ideas, customer centricity and shared ownership.” A 21.co blockchain engineer needs to be familiar with the Ethereum ecosystem in addition to working with developer tools like Foundry and Hardhat.

Rose Velazquez contributed reporting to this story.

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