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Scroll is building the technology to scale Ethereum.

While Ethereum is the leading blockchain network for powering decentralized applications, this popularity among users and developers has increased costs and congestion, creating a barrier to adoption for the next generation of users.

Scroll removes these barriers by expanding access to Ethereum without changing how users and developers interact with it. Scroll’s technology empowers new use cases and audiences for Web3 by allowing greater amounts of network activity on Ethereum, more quickly and at a lower cost.

We’re leading and building on cutting-edge research in zero-knowledge proofs, hardware acceleration, and blockchain protocol design to create a revolutionary Layer 2 for Ethereum backed by a zkEVM and a decentralized network of infrastructure providers.

Our team values open collaboration with leaders in the ecosystem and embraces a long-term vision for growing Ethereum’s reach and capacity without compromising on developer experience, security, decentralization, censorship resistance, or open-source values.

Dec 01, 2022  
We are looking for a   blockchain infrastructure engineer   to help build the sequencer client for our fully EVM-compatible zkRollup based on a zkEVM. To maintain full compatibility, our client is a fork of Geth with many alterations to integrate with our decentralized proving network. Your day-to-day work will involve getting hands on with Geth internals, interfacing with cutting-edge zero-knowledge proof technologies, and optimizing across the stack. We are looking for someone with a deep understanding of blockchain infrastructure as well as software engineering best practices. The ideal candidate will be able to optimize performance while maintaining a code correctness in a high-stakes development environment. Job Duties Writing Golang client code for our sequencer client Interfacing with the zkEVM team to ensure compatibility between the client and prover network Writing networking code to interface between the sequencer and proving network Testing for...
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