Ramp is a venture-backed startup addressing the pain point of millions of current and future blockchain users - getting into crypto. We leverage the power of existing banking and payment systems to provide seamless experience for crypto onboarding focusing on UX, speed and security.
We are 100% focused on building Ramp, a way for people to easily get onboarded to dApps and crypto applications. We strongly believe in a future where everyone can exchange value as easily and efficiently as using the Internet, and we are making this future happen. If you want to know more about our mission and vision, go here: Join Ramp 🚀.
You will be working hand in hand with best Makers in industry on the cross-section of fintech and blockchain. We build on a global scale, by empowering novel and breathtaking products. Focus and excellence is a must.
We need someone who:
👉 is excited by the possibilities of working on the intersection of FinTech and blockchain (no blockchain experience required),
👉 has 5+ years of relevant experience in front-end development,
👉 knows how to lead a small, focused team of front-end developers,
👉 understands and appreciates good UX,
👉 has experience in working with design teams on delivering excellent products to customers,
👉 is ready to work in a rapidly scaling up startup.
You'd be our ideal candidate if on top of that you:
👉 have experience in building payment flows in desktop and mobile apps,
👉 have crypto-related experience (building or maintaining dApps).
Your daily work will consist of tasks like:
📈 Stock options - 0.25-0.60% (4 year vesting, one year cliff)
🏝 Paid time off when you need it
🏠 Comfy workspace located in Warsaw or Wrocław
🌊 Remote work when you want it
🏊♀️ Every other standard startup goodie, details here:
Not the position you're looking for, but want to grow along a rapidly growing startup? Send us your CV and your story and let's chat! email@example.com
Here's our stack:
We need you to be familiar with at least some of these technologies, but language is just a language, what's more important is the way you think about building stuff.