Webb builds innovative zero-knowledge products, and we're expanding our team to bridge the realms of cutting-edge cryptography with practical Solidity development. We're on the lookout for Cryptography Engineers with a strong foundation in both cryptographic protocol design and Solidity programming. If you're passionate about pushing the boundaries of what's possible in decentralized privacy solutions, we want to hear from you.
Your Role at Webb:
- Spearhead the design and development of zero-knowledge circuits and VM architectures that seamlessly integrate with diverse blockchain ecosystems.
- Dive deep into cryptographic tools and methodologies, steering the direction of our interoperable privacy system.
- Contribute to the research, design, and deployment of systems that harness zero-knowledge primitives and multi-party protocols.
- Craft detailed research specifications, and draft grant proposals underpinning the Webb Protocol's components.
- Integrate advanced cryptographic solutions into blockchain architectures and smart contract systems using Solidity.
- Strong command in Rust programming.
- Demonstrated prowess in cryptographic engineering and Solidity development.
- A robust foundation in mathematics and cryptographic principles.
- A strong interest in distributed systems and the potential of interoperable blockchain technology.
Highly Valued Experience:
- Track record of developing blockchain systems and/or smart contract applications.
- Research credentials in the fields of cryptography and distributed systems.
- Experience in architecting interoperable blockchain solutions, such as light client infrastructure.
Webb is a fully remote team, backed by Polychain, Lemniscap, Commonwealth Labs and more. We employ Slack for team communication, GitHub for task management, and Notion for tracking technical specifications and organizing research. At Webb, you'll enjoy a tremendous amount of freedom to shape the narrative. We foster a culture of minimal bureaucracy, so you're free to do your best work on your own time.
For more information about our work, check out our Github.