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About the Challenge

Together with a large multinational who’s active in the entertainment sector and is an innovative player on the production of electronic customer goods, Exellys is looking for an experienced Blockchain Developer.

With your passion for best design and coding practices, you will be implementing solutions within the blockchain platform and will be able to contribute to new great ideas.


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Your skills

We are looking for a fluent English speaker who knows his or her stuff when it comes to Zero or Bitcoin and worked hard for the following skills:

  • Experience working with different languages like Java, Golang, Scala, Haskell, Erlang, C, C++ as well as back-end development experience.
  • Good knowledge of and experience with cryptography, including asymmetric (pub/priv key), symmetric, hash functions, encryption/signatures and versioning systems such as GIT.
  • Experience in one of the blockchain platforms such as Ethereum, Hyperledger or Multi-chain, and also understanding of various distributed consensus methodologies (Mining, PoS, etc) is a plus.


Our offer

We are not a recruitment agency and we are not a consultancy agency either. We’re a different breed. We’re a tech talent incubator and this is how we roll…

  • You become a part of the Exellys community but you are working on a challenging project for (one of) our clients.
  • Depending on your track record you start in one of our Smart programs, helping you to bridge your ambition to excellence.
  • You get a personal career coach, access to (technical) trainings and are encouraged to obtain certificates to match your needs and ambitions.

Sparked your interest? Want to know more about the job? About Exellys? About our remuneration package? You know what to do… Hit the apply button and become excellent!

YOUR PATH TO EXCELLENCE

  • Apply now
  • Become an Exellyst
  • Get lots of training
  • Get personal coaching
  • Become excellent

Go for gold. Be excellent

Maximize your impact. Get in touch.

Astrid Roest