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If you're passionate about Web3 and excited by innovation, read on.
We welcome diverse experiences, bold thinkers and curious minds into our teams. We work flexibly from a beautiful well-equipped office in Soho Square featuring a large roof terrace, gym, podcast studio and dog-friendly spaces.
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Our support roles are mission critical to the smooth running of the business. Web3 experience isn't mandatory but curiosity is great.View open roles
Our engineering team is growing fast! Our engineers support the technological advancement of the Tezos blockchain by working on the technological core - its protocol.View open roles
Our commercial teams work with creators, entrepreneurs, brands, organizations and technologists to support the building of projects on the Tezos Blockchain and develop commercial solutions.View open roles
It's a really stimulating environment to work in: I go home buzzing from all the new things I've learned.Emma Turner, Software Engineer
Want to learn more about the world we work in? Start discovering the basics, below:
A blockchain is essentially a technical framework in which digital transactions are agreed upon without central authority, recorded in an unchangeable ledger, and maintained across a network of computers. As fresh data is added to the network, a new ‘block’ is created and attached to the ‘chain’. It's essentially innovative database technology that is transforming how we exchange value. There are public and private blockchains; public blockchains are ledgers of information on global, decentralised networks.
Though blockchains differ in their design and technical features, most of them support two key functionalities: transacting value in the form of cryptocurrencies, and executing instructions called smart contracts. Smart contracts, in turn, provide the foundation for decentralized applications, also known as dapps.
Tezos is an open-source platform that addresses key barriers facing blockchain adoption for assets and applications backed by a global community of validators, researchers, and builders. By design, Tezos embraces long-term upgradability, open participation, collaboration, and smart contract safety. Tezos continuously adds the latest innovation, seamlessly leveling up to deliver novel and new capabilities within the space through its upgrade mechanism.
DeFi is short for “decentralized finance,” which is an umbrella term for a variety of financial applications in cryptocurrency or blockchain geared toward disrupting financial intermediaries.
NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token.“Non-fungible” means that it is completely unique. “Token” means that it can be transferred on a blockchain. Essentially, NFTs are assets that carry a unique digital identity and can be traded between users on a public blockchain like Tezos. Common examples of NFTs include artwork, trading cards, comic books, sports collectibles, games and more. Although NFTs tend to be associated with artwork, they actually represent much more.
A crypto wallet is an application or device that functions as a wallet for your cryptocurrency and makes the blockchain accessible to everyone. It allows you to store and transfer cryptocurrency. It provides the interface that lets you access your crypto and stores the passkeys you use to sign for your cryptocurrency. Wallets contain a public key (the wallet address) and your private keys needed to sign cryptocurrency transactions. Anyone who knows the private key can control the coins associated with that address. There are various types of wallets, with its own features and security levels.
Proof of stake is a method of verifying transactions on a blockchain that offers high security, decentralization and energy efficiency. This page will cover the key elements and variations of proof of stake, and how it differs from proof of work.
More information here: https://tezos.com/proof-of-stake/
Tezos, as a pioneering layer 1 Proof-of-Stake blockchain, has always been recognized as an energy-efficient alternative to more traditional Proof of Work blockchains. The total annual carbon footprint of the Tezos blockchain is equivalent to the average energy footprint of 17 global citizens.
Discover some of the entities and applications in the Tezos ecosystem here: https://tezos.com/ecosystem/
Tez (XTZ) is the native token of the Tezos blockchain. It is used to interact with dApps, pay for fees, secure the network through staking, and provide a basic accounting unit on the Tezos platform.