WikiRealty is hiring Web3 Front-End Developer (Web3/React/NextJS)

Front-End Developer (Web3/React/NextJS)


Minimum 1 Year

Employee type

Full Time



Offer Salary

$90k - $140k

Desired Qualifications

  • Software Engineer +7 years of experience
  • Figma, React, and Next.js proficiency with an expert understanding of Javascript ES6
  • Understanding of mobile responsiveness, CSS Grid, Flexbox, etc.
  • You are active in crypto and have previously built Web3.js enabled applications
  • You live and breathe APIs
  • You are familiar with and have production experience with AWS
  • You can demonstrate the ability to ship beautiful products and meet deadlines
  • Ability to write well-documented, clean code, and have excellent attention to detail
  • You use automated testing tools, browser-based debugging, and performance testing tools daily, and can implement CI/CD
  • You prefer to code but can understand business requirements and translate them into technical requirements
  • You are obsessed with performance and have a desire to build fast, functional, and innovative web applications
  • You are highly capable of time management, project management, and working autonomously
  • Team spirit, strong communication skills to collaborate with various stakeholders

We’re Excited If You Have

  • Experience with TypeScript, Ganache, Truffle
  • Previous experience with React Native, Android, or iOS/Swift
  • Previous experience with Angular to assist on existing projects
  • Unit testing with Jasmine and Karma
  • Full-Text Search Engine (ES, MongoDB, etc)
  • Previous experience successfully scaling a startup
  • Built projects on Ethereum, Solana, or Polygon

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Translate wireframes from Figma into high-quality front-end code
  • Architect and code new user-facing features using React and Next.js
  • Build reusable components and front-end libraries for future use
  • Lead sprint planning and standups to discuss priorities and manage issues
  • Optimize components for maximum performance across all modern browsers
  • Maintain documentation and write automated tests to ensure a quality product
  • Regularly monitor and improve app performance, diagnose and fix bugs
  • Design graphic user interface elements, like menus, tabs, forms, and widgets.
  • Illustrate design ideas using storyboards, process flows, and sitemaps
  • Identify and troubleshoot UX problems (e.g. responsiveness)
  • Conduct adjustments based on user and stakeholder feedback

Our Company

WikiRealty focuses on Real Estate, Business Services, Marketplaces, and Technology. Our company has offices in Los Angeles. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees.

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