Ethereum/Solidity Engineers

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Solidity is a high-level programming language specifically designed to be used with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). It is particularly well-suited for the development of Ethereum-based projects, though it could be employed for other Blockchain initiatives as well.

One of the most effective methods of leveraging the capabilities of Ethereum is through the use of the Solidity programming language. By using this language, developers are able to design systems which possess self-enforcing business logic and non-repudiable transaction records. Furthermore, this language can be used to develop a range of contracts, including those for voting, crowdfunding, blind auctions, and multi-signature wallets.

Ethereum is a decentralised, open-source blockchain platform that permits the development of applications with a broad range of uses. The flexibility of Ethereum is a major factor driving the demand for Ethereum developer positions in the current job market. It is thus essential for any aspiring Ethereum blockchain developer to gain an understanding of Ethereum and the requirements of its market. In this article, we will explore some of the most promising avenues for becoming a professional Ethereum blockchain developer.

What does Ethereum/Solidity development entail?

Solidity is the preferred programming language for Ethereum and other private blockchains. Its syntax is similar to that of Javascript, making it a great option for developers who are already familiar with the language. This means that developers can transition to Solidity with relative ease and use it to create smart contracts and decentralised applications.

Despite its relative youth, Solidity is rapidly gaining traction, leading to a shortage of Solidity developers in industries beyond blockchain development. As a result, organisations who lack access to blockchain-specific training may find it difficult to develop enterprise-grade applications on Ethereum. Consequently, this shortage of Solidity professionals poses a challenge to organisations who are looking to leverage the Ethereum platform.

In conclusion, solidity-experienced developers are in short supply and high demand.

What are the duties and obligations of an Ethereum/Solidity developer?

As the benefits of Ethereum development roles become increasingly evident, it is time to begin exploring employment opportunities. However, before embarking on this journey, it is important to take a step back and gain an understanding of the fundamental requirements. As an Ethereum/Solidity developer, you will be responsible for a wide range of duties, including but not limited to: designing and developing smart contracts, implementing blockchain-based applications, and ensuring the security of the codebase.

  • Create and implement additional features for the product, such as cryptocurrency staking.
  • To create a testing environment and model fixes, consider attack paths, likely failures, and disaster scenarios.
  • Manage the architectural aim of a decentralised investment platform.
  • Implement robust distributed systems to achieve high reliability in a variety of blockchain scenarios.
  • Integrate cutting-edge tools and technologies to optimise and safeguard Ethereum.
  • Create and deploy new product features such as bitcoin staking and external data collection in numerous blockchain scenarios.
  • In a tried-and-true approach, develop and enhance the features.
  • Incorporate blockchain technology into existing applications.
  • Create and simulate user behaviour.
  • Implement robust distributed systems to increase the stability of numerous blockchain configurations.

How can I become a Ethereum/Solidity developer?

In order to pursue a career as an Ethereum/Solidity developer, certain preliminary requirements must be fulfilled. It is important to note that no formal educational qualifications are necessary to become an Ethereum/Solidity developer. Regardless of whether one is a college graduate or not, and regardless of prior experience or lack thereof, it is possible to acquire the necessary skills to develop in Solidity and make it a career. The key to success in this field lies in gaining hands-on experience, as well as developing a comprehensive understanding of the relevant technical and non-technical skills.

In order to obtain a job as a remote Ethereum/Solidity developer, it is essential to have a postgraduate degree or, at the very least, an undergraduate degree in computer science or a related field. This is due to several reasons, such as having a strong academic background which facilitates the comprehension of computer programming and web development, which in turn makes it easier for a person to learn and apply Ethereum/Solidity development. Additionally, many employers require that Solidity developers have a specific level of education, thus making it simpler for them to find a suitable job. Additionally, having a well-crafted portfolio and a few impressive projects could be beneficial in helping you stand out from the crowd.

To become a proficient Ethereum/Solidity developer, you will need to master the following skills and practices:

Qualifications for becoming an Ethereum/Solidity developer

Gaining a comprehensive understanding of the essential basic skills necessary to become a successful Solidity developer is essential for securing high-paying jobs. Here, you will find all the resources and information you need to start your journey towards becoming a Solidity developer.

  1. JavaScripting

    Solidity is a programming language that has been built upon the fundamentals of JavaScript. Therefore, it is essential to have a fundamental understanding of the JavaScript programming language in order to fully grasp the concepts of Solidity. JavaScript is a client-side scripting language that is used to improve the functionality and responsiveness of websites. It provides users the ability to add interactive components such as polls, slideshows, and forms that recognise and respond to user input. JavaScript is also used to integrate animation, scrolling, audio, and video capabilities into websites, providing a more interactive and engaging experience for visitors.
  2. Stability

    Solidity is a programming language designed to facilitate the development of applications for the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). It is strongly influenced by programming languages such as C++, Python and JavaScript, and is characterised by its focus on trustworthiness and user customization. Its features include inheritance, libraries, functions with various numbers of arguments, contract inheritance and user-defined types, all of which serve to make it a powerful and robust language for creating Ethereum blockchain-based applications.
  3. Blockchain Technology

    Blockchain technology is based on the notion of decentralisation, where there is no single governing entity that is responsible for making decisions that affect the entire system. Instead, every member of the blockchain network is allowed to individually choose what data they place into the chain, granting them complete ownership and control over their own information. This technology can be used to create a lasting, public record that is unable to be changed or destroyed by a single individual, but can be adjusted with the consensus of the other members of the network. To become an experienced Ethereum/Solidity developer, one must have a comprehensive understanding of the various components of blockchain technology.
  4. Frameworks

    Frameworks are an indispensable part of the process of establishing a business. They provide ready-made code modules that can be used to build website features such as login and search interfaces quickly and cost-effectively. Popular JavaScript frameworks that are widely used today include AngularJS, EmberJS, and ReactJS. These frameworks not only simplify the process of website development, but also make it faster and more economical.
  5. APIs and Services that are RESTful

    Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style for developing web services and applications. It uses HTML pages to enable communication between clients and servers and enables them to work together in a distributed and decentralised environment. RESTful services and APIs organise data by using URLs, presenting it in a structured format such as XML or JSON rather than plain text-based searches and also allow for hyperlinks to access information about other related files. Understanding and applying REST principles can help to extend the functionalities of a framework beyond its basic functionalities and make it suitable for meeting the requirements of any project. Representation links can be used to view web pages in a client-server architecture.

Where can I get remote Ethereum/Solidity development jobs?

Athletes and developers alike have many similar characteristics that are essential for success in their respective fields. In order to achieve growth in their trade, they must practice regularly and effectively. This means putting in the necessary hard work to refine and hone their skills over time. To ensure this growth, there are two key components that developers must focus on: obtaining support from someone with more experience, and implementing efficient and effective in-practice methods. Knowing when and how much to practice is an important factor, so it is essential that developers find someone who can help them in this regard, and also be aware of signs of burnout.

At Works, we are proud to offer the best remote Ethereum/Solidity developer jobs available, designed to help you reach your career goals as a Solidity developer. Working with the latest cutting-edge technologies, you will have the chance to tackle both intricate technical and commercial challenges, allowing you to progress quickly in your career. In addition, by joining our network of the world’s leading developers, you can secure full-time, long-term remote Ethereum/Solidity development jobs that offer higher salaries and more advancement opportunities.

Job Responsibilities

Responsibilities at work

  • Create and implement additional features for the product, such as bitcoin staking, etc.
  • Consider attack vectors, potential failures, and catastrophe scenarios while developing testing environments and model fixes.
  • Manage a decentralised investing platform’s architectural concept.
  • Implement robust distributed systems in diverse blockchain contexts to achieve high dependability.
  • Enhance and protect Ethereum by using cutting-edge tools and technologies.


  • Engineering/Computer Science Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree (or equivalent experience)
  • 3+ years of professional expertise in Blockchain architecture and crypto development (rare exceptions for highly skilled developers)
  • Knowledge of test driven development and testing frameworks
  • Extensive knowledge of blockchain technologies such as Hyperledger, Ethereum, Corda, and Bitcoin
  • Practical knowledge of blockchain architecture and applications
  • Open-source systems like as Hyperledger, Composer, Truffle, Neo, and others provide efficiency.
  • Demonstrated expertise in developing security solutions for high-value systems
  • English fluency is required for good communication.
  • Capability to work full-time (40 hours per week) with a four-hour time difference with US time zones.

Preferred Skills

  • Experience with MVC and event-driven programming SQL and REST API knowledge
  • Experience dealing with SQL or NoSQL databases, as well as the ability to profile databases and develop database queries and code
  • Knowledge of Agile methods and SCRUM
  • Outstanding organisational and communication abilities
  • Excellent technical, analytical, and problem-solving abilities


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