Delphi Digital is a research-driven firm dedicated to advancing the understanding and development of the growing digital asset market. While our foundations lie in producing institutional grade research for some of crypto’s top funds, institutions and investors, we also consult with leading projects in the space. Most recently, we’ve added a Venture Capital fund in our goal of enabling us to continue driving the digital asset space forward.
We (Delphi Digital) are working with one of our portfolio projects to build a key element of their stack. Once v1 is ready we would like to spin out the team who can take this forwards, working directly for the project.
About the role:
You will be responsible for building and maintaining one of the key pieces of infrastructure, which takes data from the blockchain, stores in a timeseries database and exposes a JSON API and GraphQL view onto this data for internal tools and 3rd party developers to consume.
We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Go developer - ideally having used some technologies such as Timescale, GraphQL, APIs, blockchain (Tendermint) and/or dev ops tech such as Docker.
The position requires strong technical expertise, enthusiasm and a desire not only to write good code, but also deliver value to us and our clients. The position is open to full-time remote developers.
We iterate fast, releasing early and often but believe in modular, maintainable, reusable code. In order to stay agile, testing is something we apply lightly to projects in the early stages and more heavily once a project is stable.
For those with an interest in the fast moving digital asset space you will have a front row seat to the emergence of decentralised finance - working alongside the best minds in the space. All your work will be open source and will help to move a project forward which has an engaged community of thousands.
Perfect command of English (written and spoken)
At this time per-project contract engagements are preferred but this could change over time. Full-time preferred, but part-time possible unless you already have a full-time job (no evenings and weekends workers).