Everyones money should be secure. Unfortunately, due to broken financial and monetary institutions around the world, billions of people don't have access to basic financial services like a trustworthy savings account. Were trying to change that.
Reserve is a blockchain-based, decentralized currency that is always worth $1, is cheap to send, and provides its users access to basic financial services. While Reserve is valuable to traders and app developers inside the crypto ecosystem, were most excited about it replacing inflationary currencies and dysfunctional banks. And with the currencies in Venezuela, Iran, Argentina, Turkey, and elsewhere approaching hyperinflation, now seems like the right moment for people to choose something new.
Decentralized currencies have the opportunity to change global financial and monetary institutions for the better. If youre excited by this idea, we would love to hear from you.
If you'd like to learn more about what we're working on, check out this recent interview of our CEO Nevin Freeman on the podcast Hidden Forces: https://www.hiddenforces.io/podcast/show/hard-prob....
We are taking a maximally nimble approach to developing extraordinarily robust programs, and the best practices in the domains were working in change on a month-by-month basis. In fact, we need you to help refine those practices. You will lead the engineering team in its mission to efficiently ship a smart contract thats correct and secure. Here are some of the responsibilities youll take on towards that goal:
Your day at Reserve
Show up at 10am for our full-team meeting. In the morning, build out a prototype for our simulated exchange. Have lunch with the engineering team, where you explain how a subtle architectural distinction affects the operation of our protocol. In the afternoon, comb through our testing plans, find types of vulnerabilities that wouldnt be covered by them, and improve those plans. At 6pm, have some food delivered to the office and mentor another engineer about design choices theyre making.
In your application please link to some code that you wrote that reflects your abilities (e.g. github).