Quantstamp is attending ETHDenver and we are hiring!

Quantstamp Announcements
February 3, 2022

Quantstamp is attending ETHDenver and we are hiring!

We look forward to meeting people at ETHDenver who are interested in joining our team. We are looking for applicants from many different backgrounds, that includes people with web2 careers and hackers who honed their skills out in the wild. 

We have attended ETHDenver every year since its inception, and our team is always thrilled to join the tight-knit community brought together by this event. ETHDenver unites individuals from around the world who are similar in their talent, creativity, and passion for advancing web3 technology.  

At ETHDenver, stop by our booth and hang out with us during the hackathon, ask us about our available positions, get a feel for our team culture, and learn about all of the cool perks. Quantstamp offers compensation packages that are on par with big tech. Working for Quantstamp means you work for the leading blockchain security company. We secured over $200 billion in digital assets for some of the biggest projects in the space.

Positions available at Quantstamp

Quantstamp has ambitious hiring goals for 2022: we plan to hire 40 security auditors, 2 business associates, and a full stack engineer. We're looking for team members that are motivated to take initiative and solve challenging problems. 

Right now, we are accepting applications for 3 full-time remote auditing engineers and a full-stack web3 engineer. As an auditing engineer, you will secure blockchain clients like the ETH 2.0 Prysm client, DeFi projects like Maker and Curve, and projects that thrived in the mainstream like Beeple B.20 and NBA Top Shot. As a full-stack web3 engineer, you will be developing internal automation tools and applications that seamlessly integrate with blockchain databases.

Learn more about these roles and apply on our LinkedIn page.

Where you can find us at ETHDenver

At ETHDenver, you will get a chance to speak to Senior Researchers, Dr. Martin Derka and Dr. Jan Gorzny, and Philippe Dumonet, our youngest auditor at 19 years old. Learn more about them here

Visit us at booth P25 (across the beanbags) or when we are hacking on the Top BUIDL Floor at the Mirus Art Gallery from Thursday, February 17 to Sunday, February 20th.

Remote 1st Company

Working for Quantstamp means that you can work from anywhere in the globe. Outside of certain meetings and windows, employees can work whenever they prefer from wherever they want. 

Other Cool Perks 

We have many perks at Quantstamp, including quarterly retreats in exotic locations. We recently returned from a retreat in Dubai, and we have previously held retreats in Portugal, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Mexico. We also provide employees with generous vacation packages, family leave, and things like paid gym memberships. When you stop by our hangout spots at ETHDenver, ask us about our most recent retreat in Dubai. 

Check out this video of us having fun at our retreats:

Culture

Quantstamp has an intellectually stimulating work environment and team members who truly care for each other. In order to deliver high quality services to our clients, our engineers have a direct communication style and respectfully challenge each other's ideas. Quantstamp team members are highly collaborative, which has allowed us to stay at the cutting-edge of blockchain technology. 

Outside of work, team members enjoy hanging out and catching up with one another especially after our retreats. 

Enjoy ETHDenver! And don’t forget to stop by!

Quantstamp Announcements
February 3, 2022

Quantstamp is attending ETHDenver and we are hiring!

We look forward to meeting people at ETHDenver who are interested in joining our team. We are looking for applicants from many different backgrounds, that includes people with web2 careers and hackers who honed their skills out in the wild. 

We have attended ETHDenver every year since its inception, and our team is always thrilled to join the tight-knit community brought together by this event. ETHDenver unites individuals from around the world who are similar in their talent, creativity, and passion for advancing web3 technology.  

At ETHDenver, stop by our booth and hang out with us during the hackathon, ask us about our available positions, get a feel for our team culture, and learn about all of the cool perks. Quantstamp offers compensation packages that are on par with big tech. Working for Quantstamp means you work for the leading blockchain security company. We secured over $200 billion in digital assets for some of the biggest projects in the space.

Positions available at Quantstamp

Quantstamp has ambitious hiring goals for 2022: we plan to hire 40 security auditors, 2 business associates, and a full stack engineer. We're looking for team members that are motivated to take initiative and solve challenging problems. 

Right now, we are accepting applications for 3 full-time remote auditing engineers and a full-stack web3 engineer. As an auditing engineer, you will secure blockchain clients like the ETH 2.0 Prysm client, DeFi projects like Maker and Curve, and projects that thrived in the mainstream like Beeple B.20 and NBA Top Shot. As a full-stack web3 engineer, you will be developing internal automation tools and applications that seamlessly integrate with blockchain databases.

Learn more about these roles and apply on our LinkedIn page.

Where you can find us at ETHDenver

At ETHDenver, you will get a chance to speak to Senior Researchers, Dr. Martin Derka and Dr. Jan Gorzny, and Philippe Dumonet, our youngest auditor at 19 years old. Learn more about them here

Visit us at booth P25 (across the beanbags) or when we are hacking on the Top BUIDL Floor at the Mirus Art Gallery from Thursday, February 17 to Sunday, February 20th.

Remote 1st Company

Working for Quantstamp means that you can work from anywhere in the globe. Outside of certain meetings and windows, employees can work whenever they prefer from wherever they want. 

Other Cool Perks 

We have many perks at Quantstamp, including quarterly retreats in exotic locations. We recently returned from a retreat in Dubai, and we have previously held retreats in Portugal, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Brazil, and Mexico. We also provide employees with generous vacation packages, family leave, and things like paid gym memberships. When you stop by our hangout spots at ETHDenver, ask us about our most recent retreat in Dubai. 

Check out this video of us having fun at our retreats:

Culture

Quantstamp has an intellectually stimulating work environment and team members who truly care for each other. In order to deliver high quality services to our clients, our engineers have a direct communication style and respectfully challenge each other's ideas. Quantstamp team members are highly collaborative, which has allowed us to stay at the cutting-edge of blockchain technology. 

Outside of work, team members enjoy hanging out and catching up with one another especially after our retreats. 

Enjoy ETHDenver! And don’t forget to stop by!

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