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Mobile Ethereum dapps


$80k – $95k • 2.0% – 4.0%
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You'll be one of the first hires at Tasit Labs, and my hope is that you want to grow with the company in a maaaajor way.

More details on what we're building here: github.com/tasitlabs/readme

Our tech stack is all "modern" JavaScript (React, React Native, Node.js, Serverless, AWS) and blockchain (Ethereum to start).

We use Sketch, Zeplin, Adobe XD, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Google apps, Slack, and Dropbox.

Tasit Labs cares very much about inclusion, and we aim to hire lots of people from diverse backgrounds. Many startups say they care about inclusion, but we actually do!

Now for a few debatable but strongly held beliefs about what would make you a good fit for this role. Hopefully you:
* Have great communication skills
* Are a fast, iterative designer
* Are motivated by building product
* Can learn things on the job (in other words, passion + intellect > experience)
* Value self-taught designers as much as those with academic design degrees

What's up with the emphasis on communication skills?
* We'll have to get along, and we value clear, honest communication - and a good sense of humor.
* The difference between a friendly, casual error message and a technical, soulless one is everything.
* If you can't explain something in simple terms, you probably don't understand it very well.
* Communication skills are a good indicator of the ability to reason through problems.
* They'll also be very important when you're leading a team - being on the same page can save entire weeks here and there.
* On a small team, you'll wear many hats. This probably includes writing the occasional blog post or creating more job postings, and a fun tone in these with almost no typos will go a looong way. Haha which isn't to say we nailed this one, but we're trying.

Here are two articles that touch on our hiring philosophy:
* firstround.com/review/how-instagram-co-founder-mike-krieger-took-its-engineer…
* triplebyte.com/blog/how-to-interview-engineers

In closing, diversity, diversity, diversity. Seriously.

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People you would work with in this role

Paul Cowgill

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Built Ethereum smart contracts for a well-known DeFi project; Audited OpenZeppelin 2.0; Former CTO at @Edyn; @Harvard University M.S. in Sys. Bio.