Ethereum Integration Engineer (Remote)

Cheyenne, WY /
Technology /
We see a future where all banks will need to support digital assets and provide meaningful API capabilities to tech-savvy customers. Custodia is already a chartered bank, and we are building toward our launch as a US dollar clearing bank that provides custody services for bitcoin and other digital assets. Our flagship product will be a bank-issued digital dollar, allowing for faster, cheaper, and programmable U.S. dollar transactions. Our founders have deep experience in both bitcoin and traditional financial services. If you expect more from existing banks, join our team and help build a better one, from the ground up.

You will work on:

    • Designing, extending and maintaining our Ethereum block/log processor and indexer
    • Deposit and withdrawal workflows
    • Avit smart contract development
    • Ethereum node configuration and testing
    • Implementing support for ERC20 tokens
    • Building out gas replenishment, nonce-bumping, sweep handling workflows

We’re looking for someone with:

    • Extensive experience across the web3 stack (Ethereum, Solidity, ethers.js, etc) and the Ethereum ecosystem
    • Prior experience with implementing Ethereum indexers and log processors
    • Ability to clearly communicate complex technical information
    • Understands the importance of unit & end-to-end testing 
    • Understands the importance of communication and collaboration for building great software
    • Remote work experience

Bonus if you have experience with:

    • Python
    • Django REST Framework
    • Open source contributions to Ethereum-related projects
    • CI/CD pipelines
    • Containers
    • Bitcoin or other relevant cryptocurrency knowledge

Our engineering team includes:

    • A remotely distributed team with a strong communication and planning process
    • Digital asset developers, including Bitcoin Core contributors
    • Financial Exchange developers, including derivatives markets platform developers
    • UX developers, including former GoDaddy design system lead