We’re a team coming out of Stanford, CMU, UC Berkeley and Google, funded by Founders Fund Angel, Stanford-StartX, and BlockTower Capital, building a platform to tokenize the $256 trillion worth of real-world assets.
TrustToken’s vision is to democratize financial opportunities and unlock capital through the liquid trade of global assets.
Our first product, TrueUSD, is a USD-backed stablecoin. TrueUSD is listed on Bittrex, the largest exchange in the US, and Upbit, one of the largest exchanges in the world. More broadly, we're building an asset tokenization platform, which means connecting assets such as currencies, commodities, equities, and real estate to blockchains.
What you can expect from us:
- We have a strong culture of authenticity, transparency, and encouragement for personal and intellectual growth
- We are eager to run experiments, iterate quickly, be proven wrong, and update our beliefs on evidence
- You'll have an inside view in the evolving blockchain industry and connections to the SF crypto startup ecosystem
This is a unique opportunity to join a dynamic team and shape the future of blockchain technologies.
As an early engineering hire, you'll have broad ownership over the product and will help define our culture as a company.
- Maintaining the TrueUSD smart contracts and building out new features
- Writing new smart contracts for other TrustToken products
- Building out features for compliance within the smart contracts
- Integration of smart contracts with the web application
- Knowledge of Solidity and decentralized applications
- Fast learner and comfortable working in a dynamic start-up environment
- Self-disciplined with attention to quality and details
- You are intellectually curious and you get stuff done. Results are what matter to you
- Hands on experience as a software engineer, or you have built a bunch of websites/apps, etc
- A degree in CS or EECS from a top university or 2+ years of industry experience from innovative and growing companies
Bonus skills and/or knowledge:
- Zeppelin smart contracts