Cryptocurrency Jobs

The biggest blockchain job board on the web

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Cryptocurrency Jobs is the biggest blockchain job board on the web with over 1,000 hand-curated jobs at 400+ startups.

On Cryptocurrency Jobs, you will find jobs for all job types and roles, including customer support, design, engineering, finance, legal, marketing, operations, product and sales.

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DanielMaker@3reps · Maker NODESK + Cryptocurrency Jobs
Hey Product Hunt, Excited to share what I've been working on over the past few months. I started building Cryptocurrency Jobs last October and it has now become the biggest blockchain job board on the web with over 1,000 jobs at 400+ startups. Story Back in 2014, I lacked the technical know-how to build a simple web app so I taught myself to code. I had no previous programming or design experience. Fast forward a few months, I created 972VC – a directory of the Israeli startup funding ecosystem, and a year later NODESK, which was featured on here. And what I've discovered is that although the process of learning to code is challenging, and at times self-defeating, I really enjoy making stuff. I started working on Cryptocurrency Jobs after I finished the Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies course on Coursera. The idea was to build a job board that help's people find opportunities at startups that use blockchain technology, and in turn learn more about the ecosystem. Why a job board? One of the best resources if you're looking for work is to tap into your network. But, this is not always possible. The humble job board fills that gap, and does it well. NODESK has helped people find remote jobs, and I'd like to do the same with Cryptocurrency Jobs. Features - Cryptocurrency Jobs is not an aggregator. Alongside paid listings, I curate, organise and tag all jobs you see on the site. - You will find jobs for all job types – full-time, part-time, internship etc – and roles, including customer support, design, engineering, finance, legal, marketing, operations, product and sales. - Search for jobs by job title, keyword and company. - Search for jobs by location: city, country, region or remote. - A list of 260+ startups currently hiring for blockchain roles. - Email alerts for when new jobs are posted on Cryptocurrency Jobs. PH Offer Looking to hire? I'm offering a 25% discount on any jobs posted on Cryptocurrency Jobs for the next few days. If you're an educational institution or non-profit, contact me for discounted rates. Check Cryptocurrency Jobs out at https://cryptocurrencyjobs.co/. If you're interested in learning more about how I learned to code, I've written about it here: https://medium.com/swlh/how-a-no.... Thanks for reading my story and I hope you'll like Cryptocurrency Jobs! Happy to answer any questions.
Antônio Guilherme Ferreira Viggiano
Antônio Guilherme Ferreira Viggiano@aviggiano · Entrepreneur
Great product! The front-end could be a bit more colorful, but I guess that's just my personal opinion.
Daniel
DanielMaker@3reps · Maker NODESK + Cryptocurrency Jobs
@aviggiano Thanks Antônio! Appreciate the feedback. I’ve always found it difficult to incorporate colour in my projects so I tried something new here and went for a grayscale theme. The site is still a work in progress so things might soon get more colourful.
David Jackson
David Jackson@deejax · ELIX, LLC
You should add a map if you haven't already! Would be interesting to see visually where all the jobs are concentrated, probably would be around San Fran.
Daniel
DanielMaker@3reps · Maker NODESK + Cryptocurrency Jobs
@deejax You’re right. Most jobs are located around San Francisco. New York also has a high concentration of jobs. Related to your comment, there are quite a few interesting observations that can be made about blockchain jobs based on what I’ve seen when curating jobs: 1. Most jobs are centralised and not remote. But overall, I’ve found that there are more remote opportunities being offered in the blockchain industry than outside. 2. You don’t have to be a developer to work in the space. There are lots of non-tech opportunities across all roles. In particular, Community Managers are in high demand. 3. Not enough entry-level opportunities and many have too high requirements. 4. Job descriptions and requirements are becoming similar to those seen in traditional industries. More in favour of a linear career path than non-linear.
Chris Skillicorn
Chris Skillicorn@chrisskillicorn · Blockchain Analyst
Good resource in an exciting space, hopefully there will be a means to pull info from more cities in the near future - hopefully a way for more companies to submit listings directly into the system and save you the hassle.
Daniel
DanielMaker@3reps · Maker NODESK + Cryptocurrency Jobs
@chrisskillicorn Thanks Chris
Merel Eyck
Merel Eyck@mereleyck · softy
any type of job?