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Staff Software Engineer - Height Zero

Staff Software Engineer - Height Zero

Company Background: BitGo is a prominent player in digital asset financial services, catering to institutional investors by supplying liquidity, custody, and security solutions since its establishment in 2013. It stands out as the pioneer...
Full time
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New York, USA
Senior Software Engineer - BitGo Prime

Senior Software Engineer - BitGo Prime

About the job BitGo is a leading provider of digital asset financial services, catering to institutional investors with solutions in liquidity, custody, and security. With a strong focus on institutional clients, BitGo offers...
Full time
Office
New York, USA
Engineering Manager - BitGo Prime

Engineering Manager - BitGo Prime

**Company BitGo, a leading digital asset financial services provider, caters to institutional investors by offering liquidity, custody, and security solutions. Established in 2013, BitGo is known for pioneering multi-signature wallets and exclusively serving...
Full time
Office
Palo Alto, USA
Staff Software Engineer - BitGo Prime

Staff Software Engineer - BitGo Prime

The organization BitGo is a leading provider of financial services for digital assets, catering specifically to institutional investors by offering solutions for liquidity, custody, and security. Established in 2013, BitGo has been at...
Full time
Office
New York, USA

How to get a crypto job

If you’re looking for a job in the Web3 world, it helps to have at least a broad understanding of the technology, as well as key currencies and projects. If you’re applying for a technical role, then you’ll need more in-depth experience. You can look for jobs in various ways. You can start with the standard recruitment sites, like LinkedIn, on freelancer sites like LaborX, or you can get involved with individual projects and communities, if there is something you’re interested in and you have skills they need.

How much do crypto workers make?

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What kind of jobs can I get in the cryptocurrency sector?

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What are blockchain jobs?

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