20 Best Websites To Get Blockchain And Crypto Gigs In 2019
Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology underpinning them were mysterious and suspicious phenomena for quite some time. Today, however, cryptocurrencies, especially bitcoin, have become major disruptors in financial markets. And blockchain technology is steadily making its way into almost every economic sector, as well as governments. Even major colleges and universities are now offering coursework in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.
Previously, I’ve published a huge list of 79 websites to get freelance jobs. But what if you only have expertise in the world of
crypto and blockchain? Well, here’s your day.
There is a wealth of career and gig possibilities now open to you. Working on exciting projects with your skills and earning some income on the side (or even on a full time basis) doesn’t sound like a bad idea after all, does it?
Here are 20 of the best places to find blockchain gigs in 2019.
Crypto jobs has around 1,500 active job listings at any given time. If you have a solid understanding of crypto and blockchain technology, there are positions for content writers and marketers, as well as traders. If you have skills in either front or back-end development, you are in high demand too. The majority of listed positions are remote, that is, you can work from anywhere, even as a freelancer for more than one organization.
Block Ace is another job board with global opportunities, both full and part-time, remote and on-site. You can see the ‘big names’ like IBM and
Ethereum posting positions there in areas ranging from social media marketing, to trading, to research analysts, to full stack development and programming.
This job board invites candidates to post their resumes/portfolios to get discovered by potential employers. As well, you can browse the active job listings and send your resumes directly instead of waiting to get scouted. Positions are offered all over the globe, many of them remote.
Crypto Jobs List says that over a thousand jobs are available on the platform. Most common job titles include blockchain developers, marketers, interns, analysts, remote specialists and more. Candidates are then given the opportunity to conduct a search by both job title and location (including remote freelancing). Jobs are also listed by time sequence, beginning with today and moving down to the previous month.
Blocktribe curates positions limited to blockchain design and development. So if you are an IT specialist with blockchain skills, you can discover plenty of remote, full-time and part-time gigs on this platform.
6. Crypto Recruit
Crypto Recruit features a comprehensive listing of openings by categories – sales and marketing, developers, IT infrastructure, media, events, SMM,
finance, payments, executive management, legal and compliance and more. Clients from all over the world post in-house and remote blockchain opportunities here.
This is a job board for developers who are skilled in Ether currency/Ethereum blockchain and wish to work as freelancers and get paid in crypto. You can register and apply for open jobs, employers accept proposals, receive invoices in ethers and then make payment as jobs are completed. The only fee is Ethereum gas fees that are associated with the operations.
8. Blockchain Headhunter
If you are a specialist in blockchain technology and understand its wide-ranging potential in all private and public sectors, then this is probably the job board for you. Expect to see a lot of gigs in various areas – finance, health care, government, travel, logistics, etc.
9. Satoshi Careers
Satoshi Careers is a popular job search aggregator, curating blockchain jobs from all around the web. Right now you can find a lot of gigs in the fields of architects, engineers, marketers, data analysts, crypto experts,
ICO advisors, legal experts and more.
10. Jobs in Crypto
This is another job board with blockchain opportunities, albeit they are not publishing a lot of gigs at the moment. Job seekers can refine their searches by categories, location, etc. and sign up for related alerts.
Angel.co is a popular startup community, as well as a job board. They curate top blockchain opportunities for developers, sales and marketing specialists. The best part about using them for job search? They offer you privacy, so that your current employer cannot see you applying for a new job. Expect to find a lot of in-house as well as some remote positions here.
12. Blockchain Job Board
An up-to-date comprehensive job board featuring positions in the blockchain industry in a wide range of sectors. Job seekers can narrow searches by keywords, job titles, location and more. Company names are not posted unless requested, but all the listings seem to be well-vetted.
13. Remote OK
As the name implies, this is a job board that curates remote blockchain jobs (as well as other IT gigs). There’s not that many fresh gigs at the moment, but it’s still worth checking out once in a while.
14. LinkedIn Jobs
LinkedIn has a wealth of open blockchain positions – everything from SMM and email marketing campaigns, to content writers, to developers and engineers. There are very comprehensive job descriptions which are certainly helpful for job seekers and many are quite recent, as early as hours ago. So do check back frequently.
15. Hyper Ledger Jobs
The organization curates a handful of good blockchain gigs, updated frequently ranging from full-time contracts to internship and freelance engagements. Most openings are for developers and architects only though.
16. Blockchain Dev Jobs
This site focuses totally on blockchain developers and engineers, in a variety of locations and in a wide array of business niches. Candidates can review all of the positions open at the moment or sign up for job alerts related to their skill areas. These positions are all quite recent – full and part time, as well as contract gigs.
17. Bitcoin Jobs
Bitcoin.com – a popular crypto publisher – has an ever-fresh stream of job listings for engineers, developers, product managers and marketers. Most jobs are in-house and the countries are listed for easy candidate screening. Job seekers are also encouraged to take the coding test which will certainly bring their names to the forefront.
18. Cryptocurrency Jobs
Are you a frontend, backend, or full stack developer? There is a wealth of job opportunities for you on this website. You can search by category and job type, as well as sign up for job alerts in your niche. Positions are listed by company, location, or as remote and number of days of posting listed. Clicking on each company link will give a full posting, qualifications and methods for application.
19. Crypto Careers
Crypto Careers hosts a full array of blockchain positions – many are in-house, but certainly some remote positions are available as well. Well-known companies are featured here, along with background information and current openings and candidates can sign up for alerts by providing detailed information about the skills and background. If you are looking for a position with an established enterprise, this job site is probably for you.
DCG is the ‘epicenter of the blockchain and bitcoin industry’ as they describe themselves. If your skills as a developer include cryptocurrencies and blockchain applications, you’ll be able to find a lot of good gigs listed on their job board.
There you have it – 20 job boards for job seekers in the crypto and/or blockchain industry, in everything from startups to huge, well-established enterprises. There are literally hundreds of positions for the candidate looking for any work environment. Given that the qualified individuals in this career sector are fewer than the demand, candidates can afford to be a bit choosy.
By Abdullahi Muhammed