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December 18, 2017, 07:02:14 AM
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Hello, I'm in the process of putting together a team for an exchange project that I'm working on and I'm looking to hire some good developers to join me (remote work.) Most of the details about this project are already public: but in a nutshell what we are trying to do is to build a general-purpose exchange for contracts.

The current code base for it is here:
https://github.com/ambrosus/crossroads-browser

And a higher level description of the project is here:
https://blog.ambrosus.com/crossroads-towards-a-universal-browser-for-deals-1905b024dee3

Since the goal is quite ambitious, the first step is simply to get a working system for a single kind of contract going. The first contract we're trying to implement on this platform is going to be for a simple derivative / future contract.

I don't have much time to baby sit developers but your role in the project would be to help get the back-end for version 1 of the trade engine stable enough not to crash constantly Wink It's a small team though so there's front-end work, smart contracts, scripting, and so on. We'll be hiring a few developers for this and its a large project.

Let me know if anyone is interested. My work email is matthew@ambrosus.com if anyone wants to make an introduction or showoff your Githubs.
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December 18, 2017, 11:21:25 AM
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Hi. We are expert in blockchain/cryptocurrency design and development. We have done many projects of similar nature. I will email you my detailed portfolio. Looking forward to hear from you. Many thanks
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