This is Derrek, the certified blockchain/full-stack specialist.
I have a plenty of experiences of Senior Smart Contract/Full-stack Developer for 5+ years.
My areas of skills I can introduce with pride are React, Web3, NodeJS, Solidity, etc.
I am very familiar with DeFi, Ethereum, BSC, Solana, and theGraph protocol.
And I’m in search of a job I can contribute my enthusiasm for Blockchain or React.
Would you let me know if your dev team has any developer position?
This is my github link :
chef1119 · GitHub
This is my linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/derrekjulian
There are no “jobs” because Grin is a decentralized cryptocurrency not a company. What you could do is familiarize yourself with the protocol and then show your talents. Once you build up trust, you can request funding or complete some bounties.
Are you familiar with the grin codebase?
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# Introduction to Mimblewimble and Grin
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Mimblewimble is a blockchain format and protocol that provides
extremely good scalability, privacy and fungibility by relying on strong
cryptographic primitives. It addresses gaps existing in almost all current
Grin is an open source software project that implements a Mimblewimble
blockchain and fills the gaps required for a full blockchain and
The main goal and characteristics of the Grin project are:
* Privacy by default. This enables complete fungibility without precluding
the ability to selectively disclose information as needed.
* Scales mostly with the number of users and minimally with the number of
transactions (<100 byte `kernel`), resulting in a large space saving compared
to other blockchains.
What do you think of this bounty?
In the Community Council meeting of today we discussed the possibility of introducing a Bulletin Board system for Grin as sugested by
@satoshocrat. The purpose of a Bulleting board is for users to be able to share information while they are offline. These are not non interactive transactions, but are a solution that allows those users who do not like having their wallet online, or those who do not like to share their slatepacks via email or other known channels, to share that information.
@Derrek Since you work with React, @davidtavarez do you think his help might be useful with Grin++?
Hello, do you need some help in React?
I think one way to help Grin and a lot of cryptocurrencies for that matter is to create a crypto-based marketplace. Think, Craigslist or Kijiji meets cryptopayments but I’m not sure how difficult it is it to implement something like that.