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Founded in 2014, Ledger is the global platform for digital assets and Web3. Over 15% of the world’s crypto assets are secured through our Ledger Nanos. Headquartered in Paris and Vierzon, with offices in the UK, US, Switzerland and Singapore, Ledger has a team of more than 700 professionals developing a variety of products and services to enable individuals and companies to securely buy, store, swap, grow and manage crypto assets – including the Ledger hardware wallets line with more than 5 millions units already sold in 180 countries.
At Ledger, we embody the values that make us unique: Pragmatism, Audacity, Commitment, Trust, and Transparency. Have a look at our Origins video here.
We are looking for a backend developer. You will be responsible for developing and scaling backend applications to allow millions of people to securely benefit from Web3 and process their transactions in the cryptocurrency world.
Do you want to develop high-performance solutions? Thriving for the best software quality is a requirement for your day-to-day tasks. Join a team, be part of one of the world’s pioneers in one of the most innovative technology sectors!
You will join the backend services team which is in charge of building services that power Ledger products.
The team is composed of passionate Engineers who believe in the benefits and strength of functional programming to develop robust and scalable platforms and APIs. Customer-focused, they are also eager to understand and implement product and business requirements.
We are convinced that being an engineer is also taking time to challenge, discuss and share what we are working on. A dynamic roll over each service allows every team member to get involved in many projects over time. We take time to have each week a dedicated knowledge-sharing meeting and participate actively in the Scala community (Meetups, Conferences, etc…).
We are an equal opportunity employer for all without any distinction of gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, social status, disability or age.