Posted 20 Apr 2023, 5:11 pm

Zero Knowledge Cryptography Engineer at Terminal3

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We are looking for a Zero-Knowledge Cryptography Engineer to develop and implement cryptographic, zero-knowledge (ZK) solutions to enable secure and private communication between our core Web3 platform and our enterprise clients.

What will I be doing?

  • Design and implement ZK solutions that allow privacy-preserving interaction with user data
  • Develop and optimize ZK circuits and ZK primitives
  • Research various ZK techniques and tools to best leverage as necessary
  • Create and maintain technical documentation on ZK

What do I need to succeed?

  • 5+ years of experience and proven track record in an Engineering role
  • Strong knowledge and experience in cryptography protocols and/or zero-knowledge proofs (e.g. zk-SNARKs)
  • Proficiency in Golang, Rust, or C/C++
  • Familiarity with zk-related tools, such as zkrepl, circom, snarkjs, etc.
  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in Computer Science, Math, or a related field
  • Nice to have: understanding of identity-related technical concepts (Decentralized Identity / DID, Verified Credentials)

Additional Requirements

  • Ability to problem-solve creatively and pragmatically
  • An appreciation for the importance of good documentation
  • Effective written and verbal English communication
  • Attention to detail
  • An entrepreneurial mindset, and the ability to thrive in a startup environment
  • Experience with and knowledge of Web3 and blockchain concepts and technologies

We are an equal opportunity workplace, and welcome all qualified candidates regardless of race, sex, color, religion, disability, national origin, or age.

We are remote-friendly with team members currently in Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Singapore. You may be located anywhere, but we prefer that you:

  • Can work within 4+ hours of overlap with 9am-6pm GMT+8.
  • Have prior experience working remotely.

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