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Go (Golang) Engineer at BTCC

Shanghai, China 🇨🇳   (Posted Aug 18 2016)
About the company
BTCC was originally founded as BTCChina in 2011. It is the longest-running and one of the largest bitcoin exchanges worldwide. BTCC plays a leading role in every segment of the bitcoin ecosystem, offering a digital currency exchange, a mining pool, payment processing, consumer wallets, and blockchain engraving. The diverse products and services BTCC offers allow its customers to engage in all aspects of the digital currency spectrum in one integrated platform. Headquartered in Shanghai, BTCC serves a global customer base and has become an industry leader for security, risk mitigation, credibility, and technological innovation. Its mission is to provide the world with the most convenient and trustworthy digital currency services.

Its leadership consists of a diverse team of industry professionals with experience working at the world’s leading internet, ecommerce, and payment-processing companies. Chief Executive Officer Bobby Lee was born in the Ivory Coast, educated at Stanford, and worked as vice president of technology of Walmart before taking leadership of BTCC in 2013. Chief Operating Officer Samson Mow is a leading Canadian game industry executive who worked as director of production at Ubisoft and started a mobile game development company before joining BTCC in February 2015. Chief Technology Officer Mikael Wang operated an IT consultancy company in Sweden and developed innovative cloud computing solutions at Ericsson before joining BTCC in 2013. Together, they bring an innovative mindset, international perspective and the highest quality standards to BTCC.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible
Relocation compensation available

Job description
Conduct Blockchain and Ethereum related development;

Focus on related service of encrypted digital currency;

Optimize database.

Skills & requirements
More than one year experience of Go development, 2+ years experience in large Internet companies as a bonus;

Know well of Go and Python, and familiar with at least one other develop language;

Familiar with Tornado, twisted, libevent and other asynchronous socket communication framework as a big bonus;

Proficiency in the use of MySQL or PgSQL database, familiar with MongoDB, Redis and other NoSQL database;

Have thoughts of object-oriented design, clear structure, and standard naming.

Familiar with Linux System;

Good English skill is a plus.

This job is based in Shanghai, China. If you are willing to relocate, BTCC will sponsor working visa in Shanghai.

Instructions how to apply
Pls email your CV to jobs@btcc.com

You could also add BTCC HR's personal Skype jane-ma3833326
Company website: BTCC

Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know recruiting strategies that work)

Company: BTCC

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