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Backend Engineer

EtherFi George Town, Cayman Islands Posted: 09 Apr 2024


  • $120k - $140k
  • Zero income tax location


  • Office Only


  • Experience: Intermediate
  • English: Professional


  • Company Overview: is a rapidly growing Ethereum liquid staking protocol with a thriving community and a TVL of $1B+.
  • Role: Backend Engineer
  • Responsibilities:
    • Design, develop, and maintain scalable, high-performance backend systems using Golang or Python
    • Manage and optimize relational databases, including PostgreSQL
    • Collaborate with frontend developers to integrate blockchain functionalities
    • Implement and maintain secure and scalable API services
    • Apply best practices for code development and DevOps practices
    • Stay updated with the latest trends in blockchain technology and backend development


  • Education: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field
  • Experience: At least 3 years of backend development experience
  • Skills:
    • Strong proficiency in Golang or Python
    • Extensive experience with relational databases, preferably PostgreSQL
    • Familiarity with blockchain technologies and DevOps practices
    • Solid understanding of RESTful API development and microservices architecture
  • Benefits:
    • Competitive salary and equity offerings
    • Opportunity to work with cutting-edge technology and a brilliant team
    • Health, dental, and vision insurance plans
    • Collaborative and inclusive work culture
    • Exciting company events and team-building off-sites
    • Option to take a part of your salary as ETH

Interested candidates should send their resume along with a cover letter and portfolio showcasing relevant projects (GitHub links, deployed DApps, etc.). Your cover letter should highlight your experience with Golang and/or Python.

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About EtherFi

EtherFi is a decentralized non-custodial ETH staking protocol. It is the only staking protocol that allows stakers to retain control of their keys while delegating validator operations to node operators.