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The world's largest blockchain job board, listing hundreds of employer's jobs 


We are blocktribe - the world's largest blockchain job board. 

With more than 200 blockchain businesses signed up, thousands of registered job seekers and a whopping total of 454 advertised!


Blocktribe is your go-to job board for all things blockchain.

Whether you are looking to hire or work within the blockchain space - blocktribe has you covered.

Our dedicated blockchain jobboard offers roles across a variety of emmerging tech sectros, including: blockchain, DLT, Ethereum, Hyperledger, R3, crypto currency and related distributed technologies.

Job Seekers can search for work, register their CV/resume with blockchain hirers and learn about blockchain companies in their region who are hiring.

Recruiters can search a dedicated source of job seekers interested blockchain and distributed technology for the first time – something that’s vital to this industry. It’s free to post jobs and we will market those jobs to as many interested people as possible.

A win-win for all involved!


We launched in September 2016.


We post jobs everywhere! If you need to narrow this down, simply enter your city in the 'Location' bar.


We built blocktribe because we believe in the power of blockchain technology. We understand that this community is fast evolving into a distinct sector and an actual career path in its own right.  We want our jobboard to connect hirers and job seekers to support the innovation and evolution that blockchain can offer.

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Sometimes it feels like finding the right blockchain developer is like trying to find Big Foot - impossible. However, unlike the guy with the large shoes, blockchain developers actually exist. You just need to know where to look… Here is our breakdown of the top 10 methods for finding the best devs on the block(chain).   1. Blocktribe.com Okay, so your reading this blog on blocktribe, so hopefully you’ve had a chance to look around the site, but let’s say you’ve found this blog from a quick Google search - what is blocktribe and how can this website help me find a developer?  To put it plainly, blocktribe is a dedicated job board for blockchain roles. As an advertiser you will be able to search through a CV database and filter by job title (eg. developer!) and as easy as 1,2,3 you will have a list of amazing candidates at your finger tips.  We will also advertise your job role to our candidates who have indicated on their profile that they are interested in your chosen job title, meaning only the relevant people will be notified about your position.   2. The Big Boards Niche boards like blocktribe are great (even if we are biased) at targeted advertising but there is certainly something to be said about casting a wide net on a much larger and broader job board. You likely know the names already, but Monster, Total Jobs, Reed etc are all good options. Bear in mind though, that your advert needs to be really tight if you are advertising in such a large marketplace. It sounds obvious, but make sure you have a more generic job title that will be likely to come up in searches, be clear on location, salary and make sure your job description is compelling.   3. LinkedIn 100% recommend having your company represented on LinkedIn - that should be paramount. You can also download a free trial of LinkedIn Recruiter (remember to cancel before 30 days are up, otherwise charges will apply) and you can take advantage of enhanced search functions. You can activate this through your Settings and then select Subscriptions.   4. LinkedIn Groups Yes, LinkedIn again, but this time we are talking about Groups. Much like Facebook, LI has thousands of group pages. This cuts down on your search time as there are groups dedicated to blockchain developers – you just need to ask to join and then introduce yourself! To find this, go to LinkedIn and enter your desired group target in the search bar (eg. blockchain developers) press entre. Then click on the More tab and select Groups.   5. Social Media After you post your job on blocktribe, you will be prompted to share your post on social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. Take advantage of this feature and share your advert with your audience! Make sure you are also utilising the functions on your social media. Take Twitter check out popular hashtags and make sure to use them in your tweets. Shy away from using #ad as this is typically associated with paid advertisements but #blockchainjobs is a good place to start. Avoid spamming your followers though as they will probably get fed up and disengage - or worse – unfollow…!   6. Networking In today’s world it feels like so much has to be done online, but there is still so much to be said about going out there and meeting talent in person.  meetup.com is probably the best place to get started - simply search in tech and filter it down from there. There are so many events going on and even if you don’t find a hire, you will almost certainly come away with some great new industry contacts.   7. Recruiters If you don’t want to do the leg work - then luckily you can pay for someone to do it for you! Recruitment agencies will take a job description from you and find a shortlist of candidates to send to you. They will help organise interviews and keep the recruitment process ticking along by constantly finding CVs until you decide on the right person. Research is key here as while great recruitment companies exist, unfortunately so do bad ones. You might find going for a niche supplier is going to provide better results as they should know their industry and their network inside out.   8. Advertise on your site and check your SEO This is obvious but often overlooked (as the obvious things sometimes are) - advertise on your own website. It’s free (excellent) and if someone has taken the time to go to your site they are already more likely to be interested in your brand and essentially, they are doing half the work for you. All it requires is an extra tab or a linked footer and you can list all available roles there. Make sure you list an email address for them to contact you. Or speak to your website provider/designer and ask for them to create an enquiries form for you. Just make sure you check responses from this or you might miss out on someone great. Good SEO is good for everything but having a high search engine ranking certainly will help make your website more visible to the best devs out there.   9. Give them a ring Headhunting can seem intimidating, but it be very fruitful. This typically comes through LinkedIn - see an epic profile, check contact details and give them a ring. Obviously, this person is not expecting your call, they probably aren’t even looking for a job - so tread carefully and be sensitive. If they sound interested, then be respectful that they might be at work and therefore difficult to talk, so perhaps suggest calling them back at a better time for them.   10. Ask the people you know! Ask the people you know if they can make any recommendations. I’ve touched on this above, but it really is the number 1 way to find someone amazing because people very rarely recommend someone unless they know they are really good. There's likely a deeper reason behind this, but in truth it's probably because you don’t want the embarrassment of being associated with someone terrible, so you only end up recommending the best people.  You can reward successful hires through recommendations by offering a referral fee.
The Royal Mint has today launched "The New Digital Gold Standard", which is truly a landmark for Crypto adoption.  This is going to be significantly more impactful than is currently understood.   Today @ RoyalMintUK launched a gold backed token @ RoyalMintGold  RMG. Which is freely tradable for physical gold at their vaults.   Gold Tokens This is important stuff. The Royal Mint, a UK institution is 11 centuries old , yes that is correct, 1,100 years old. This organisation has been making currency for over 1,000 years and it’s the sole creator of all UK coins and notes.  They have more experience of currency than arguably any other organisation in the world, but more importantly the reputation needed to under write a project like this. The coin has some very exciting properties: Your RMG token is a representation of the real gold that you own. The royal mint is a custodian only. That means if you own the token you own the gold. You can have it delivered, or presumably collect it from their vaults and leave with the metal in your hand, bag or security truck, depending on how big your bank balance is. It’s tradable and exchangeable with anyone else in the world who recognises gold as valuable. My guess is that’s everyone. There are no holding fees. We’re waiting full details, but it seems you could hold this for your whole lifetime securely.  What does this mean for the world: Any other gold blockchain start up is dead. The concern when investing in tokenised gold is the risk associated with the organisation issuing the token. It doesn’t matter how well priced the token is, investors will choose a token with the least possible counter party risk. RMG wins that battle over any start up. Over the medium term gold can be expected to appreciate in price as every person in the world can now enjoy micro ownership of the asset that has held wealth for centuries. Bitcoin has a challenger. It’s going to take some time to figure out what the full impact of that means, but bitcoin is the gold of crypto, and now there’s actual gold on crypto. Monetary base impact could be the most interesting bit. Today we have a gold coin that fractionalises ownership of the most stable store of value in history. Once those coins become exchangeable for goods and services, the monetary base of the world will have been increased by the total value of gold that can be held in secure vaults by very reputable organisations. BUT, if the fractional reserve system declines in popularity there will be a huge shrinkage of the monetary base, instead of inflation (money getting cheaper relative to goods in the long term), suddenly there will be a mechanism for money to get more expensive relative to goods. Government Debt just got more complicated – The world moved to a fractional reserve system primarily so that large governments (then the US) could issue more currency to settle international obligations. Nixon didn’t want to hold a 1:1 gold relationship to the dollar as it prevented him from printing money. Since then, the world has become hooked on money created by debt, not least the huge debts most western countries currently hold. This bold move by the Royal Mint should be applauded, and in economic terms could be a very significant change in the structure of world economies.   Background I was clear from my very early days in the Crypto Scene that Stablecoins are an obvious requirement. I remember discussing them in one of the first @coinscrum events I attended circa 2015, hosted by the very knowledgeable Paul Gordon. The problem is simple; until I am paid in bitcoin, pay my living costs in bitcoin and critically pay my taxes in bitcoin, it is unlikely that bitcoin can ever reach the status as the transaction currency for everyday people. Even if a country did adopt to collect bitcoin for it’s taxes and all the inhabitants transferred from their current currency to bitcoin, it doesn’t currently seem possible that multiple countries could do the same thing. FX markets exist for a reason, and not just for issuing country’s debt. Any casual observer will have witnessed the struggles to match the fiscal need of Germany and Greece in the euro project over the last 10 years and can see why a single global currency without localised fluctuations seems incompatible with the current economic model. IMO it’s relative stable coins that are required. Currency that is stable relative to the local economy and eco system they operate in. People want to use a coin that’s worth the same on a relative basis to the cash in their environment, measured indefinitely (i.e. it inflates and deflates inline with the local economy). They want their money to be worth what they expect it to be, both now and in the future. Moving away from economics to technology – part of the magic of blockchain is the opportunity to create long dated smart contracts, so that goods and services can be exchanged in a safe, predicable and stable environment with currency baked in. Imagine if every time you paid for something you had to check if the currency had moved against you by up to 50% since you agreed the price! You may buy your groceries one week and pay nearly double the week before, or nearly half.   What are the stable coin options?   Fiat Currency Backed Token The simplest solution from the very beginning seemed to be a one : one coin, capitalised with real currency. This would see coins for each major international currency issued only when an equal deposit was held. This is easy to understand, scalable globally and provides the best method of stabling currency – being directly pegged to the underlying asset! The issue with this, is where is the real currency held? Is it held in a company’s bank account? That’s a bad idea, as risk of fraud, bad management and dipping in to client funds adds a layer of risk. A secure bank account with a major international bank? That’s a better idea, until you pause to think about the history. Lehman Brothers collapse is relatively fresh of mind, but that’s nothing compared to what happened in the 20th century - during the year 1930, 744 banks closed, in the first 10 months alone. Ultimately there is no bank credit worthy enough to help the currency requirements needed for mass adoption of a stable coin.  Along came @Tether to the party. There has been some controversy around this project – Tether held customer funds with Taiwanese banks via Wells Fargo, who decided to cease that relationship in 2017. In Jan 2018 Tether ceased having a relationship with their auditor, but they still list their funds as held in a reserve account “regularly audited”. Many of their services are suspended, and whatever the outcome, Tether has failed in it’s bid to provide a stable token, since the currency began trading below the dollar benchmark in 2017.   Perpetual Motion Machines A perpetual motion machine is a machine that keeps moving indefinitely. A quick search of Wikipedia states ‘there are not any real "perpetual motion" devices’. Mankind hasn’t figured out how to defy the laws of physics yet. Nor has this approach worked in creating stable coins through financial engineering. @prestonjbyrne covers perpetual motion machines well here . I agree completely, setting up a derivative of something to create stability in the same thing can seem as impossible as defying the laws of physics. Financial products have existed in regular FX markets for centuries, and not solved this problem, not to mention that it doesn’t make sense. You may be able to reduce volatility, maybe dramatically reduce it, but where there are underlying value differences between to instruments there will be price movements. The more stability that’s promised, the more financially devastating the impact once its found to be a false hope. "We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten. Don't let yourself be lulled into inaction." -  @BillGates   Daniel Halstead
As we have spoken about previously on this blog ( here! & here! ) finding great talent is tough at the best of the times, but finding great blockchain talent is super difficult right now. Blockchain & DLT is being explored by hundreds of start ups and major organisations around the world as we speak.  To develop a good distributed system you first need an A-Player developer. These are the ones who understand workflows back-to-front, perfect user interactions and are learned in the industry nuances to required to build complex distributed systems. However, these amazing developers don't spend much time being unemployed and the companies that were lucky enough to snag them, they won't give them up without a fight. The result? Very few experienced blockchain people looking for work, and even fewer really excellent people. So, let's get to the bones of this blog post: How do you attract excellent blockchain development talent to your business? To attract the very best people to your blockchain project you’ll need to offer and present something that they don’t already have.  Great developers want to work on the most interesting project: Changing the world?   Let people know! State how complicated and difficult the challenge is in your job advert. Opportunity to work with brilliant minds?  Many blockchain developers are in small innovation teams and crave the interaction with likeminded bright and knowledgable people.  If your blockchain project has the involvement of key figures in Ethereum, Hyperledger or R3 then shout about the opportunity to learn. Remote working?  This is a great benefit that results in our highest number of job applicants per job advert.  If your business will allow a developer to work remotely then you give them the ability to conduct their work life from a low cost (usually warm and sunny!) environment and significantly increase their quality of life. You can even put this in the job title. How should I promote my job: Ask for referrals. We find that the most reliable source for hiring the best people is personal referral. Make sure that you personally shout about your need to hire a blockchain developer, tell people on social channels and face to face. This is the most reliable way to hire great people, and you should make asking for referrals a life habit. Advertise you vacancy on Blocktribe.com – Yes the website you're on right now! We can help. Blocktribe is the world's largest blockchain job board with more blockchain vacancies than any other. Thousands of blockchain experienced people search the site every month and you’re very likely to get response to your advert. Check out your competition here. Recruitment Agency. Recruitment agencies can take the hard work out of finding people, helping to build teams quickly.  You pay for the priviledge of their efforts, but a good recruitment agency can be a very valuable supplier. Be sure to pick an agency that finds only good quality people to avoid paying fees for bad hires. Social. Once your job is advertised on Blocktribe promote that advert on all of your social channels and consider paid advertising to increase the reach. LinkedIn and Twitter are most likely to attract the people you're after. Have an opinion on this? Let us know your thoughts @BlockchainTribe
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