Interchain is a young, ambitious, and values-led team working on the core blockchain technology of the Cosmos ecosystem and the Cosmos Hub. We’re headquartered in Berlin, Germany, but our team stretches from the west coast of the US to eastern Europe. We keep in touch through Github, Slack, Discord, and Zoom, and meet in person periodically (when COVID permits). All in all, the software we develop secures billions of dollars in value across many different systems, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We strive to build world-class software while having plenty of laughs along the way.
So far, our engineering team has led development and stewardship of the Tendermint Core consensus engine and the Inter-Blockchain Communication protocol (IBC), but now we’re also taking on feature development and maintenance for the Gaia blockchain node, the flagship client for the Cosmos Hub. The Cosmos Hub is one of the leading proof-of-stake blockchains and has been live in production for over a year — you can check out the code or take a look at a block explorer to learn more. We’re looking for skilled engineers to take the Cosmos Hub to the next level of performance and functionality.
As a software engineer on Gaia, you’ll be responsible for building, maintaining, and updating the Golang implementation of the Cosmos Hub.
There are no hard requirements on previous experience, but ideally you have:
Not sure if you're a fit? Please feel free to apply anyways, and we'll take it from there.
Interchain GmbH believes that great people come from a broad range of backgrounds, and that the diversity of our team is one of our strengths. Discrimination has no place at Interchain GmbH and we do not discriminate on the bases of race, color, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, religion, disability, or sexual orientation. We are committed to fighting bias and discrimination in our workplace and in our communities.