Eagerly, I applied and was granted access to a valuable network of crypto enthusiasts. I assisted in writing a few asset profiles which were immensely beneficial to further my understanding of the crypto ecosystem. Instilled with a passion and some, now, relevant work experience, I faced the next part of the journey, applying to jobs. Thankfully, with a lot of hard work, I received several job opportunities within a couple months.
My job search was arduous and required crafting various written pieces of work to showcase my abilities and knowledge — eventually landing me a job at ConsenSys on the marketing team. There are only two types of advice: the advice someone passes on because it worked for them, or the humbled and ever-present advice learned through regret. Both are valuable, but you should only replicate the former. While applicable to many people, my advice is directed towards individuals with little work experience, current university students, or those with a couple years under their belt looking to make a career change.
In other words, if your name is Vitalik, you may not need this advice. Think of this advice like a menu, pick and choose a couple of options that sound appetizing to you and commit to them. Consistency matters. This is perhaps the best option for students looking to learn more about this strange world and get some experience. As I stated earlier, interning for a local cryptocurrency exchange in Hong Kong was a great initial experience to get my feet wet and become immersed in the crypto space.
Volunteering can be a great way to get some experience, build your resume, and create connections in the crypto world. I volunteer with Messari by writing cryptoasset profiles. I learned directly about ERC20 tokens, layer 2 state channels, and more by writing cryptoasset profiles, as well as indirectly through osmosis. The closer you are to those people, the more you learn.
Personally speaking, Messari was a significant benefit to my career early on, not only in experience, but also in terms of stature. It may be unfortunate, but humans have a desire to assign status. Long story short, I was able to use the experience and knowledge from my internship and Messari volunteer position to land myself a job at ConsenSys. I also received interviews and job offers from other well-known firms within the crypto ecosystem.
Doing so took my career in blockchain from 0 to 1, which is always the toughest step in any development. Derek Hsue, Myles Snider, Chris Burniske, Phil Bonello, Tony Sheng, and Kyle Samani all became names in crypto because they started writing blogs about blockchain topics, mostly related to investment or research. One of the highest skills you can leverage is your ability to write. That being said, anyone can be a writer—never tell yourself otherwise. I never thought of myself as a writer either.
While Twitter has a strong crypto community, you can find your prefered medium using Instagram, Reddit, Telegram, or other social media forms. Most people can only be successful at a few mediums like Twitter and Linkedin or Instagram and Tik Tok so use whichever feels most authentic.
If you answer enough questions, well then you have a written piece. Some common places to find events include Meetup and Eventbrite. By nature, we are all products of our environment. Other up-and-coming tech cities in the U. Asian, particularly China, Hong Kong, or Singapore would all be great places to move to and give you an edge. I will caveat this by saying where you live is becoming less important.
There are many blockchain companies that have remote-first work cultures such as ConsenSys. As remote work becomes more popular with tools like Zoom and Slack, I expect remote to become the norm. Those with some working experience should utilize it. If you have any skills including:. If you have any of these skills, then you possess an advantage over many others currently in crypto. For the students and youngsters out there, leverage your time to learn new skills or gain experience. The crypto world is small compared to any other industry.
You can reach out to people on Twitter and to a lesser extent Linkedin. Find someone newer to the firm as they likely have more time and will relate to you as a young professional. Start your own channel or make some intro videos. Podcasting is primed for crypto discussion. Ariana Simpson and Meltem Demirors have a great podcast. Tony Sheng experimented with a fun podcast still waiting for the next season. Hint: shorter podcasts are usually better. Make your podcasts a story Crazy Genius , educational Gimlet , or different.
Find a friend that is just as passionate as you are and work with each other on any of the above topics. Nobody makes it to the top alone, except Chuck Norris —— Chuck Norris gets to the bottom of it and makes the top feel alone. There are two ways to find a job.
The easy way and the hard way. Be a human and go network. In all sincerity, networking is one of the best ways to find a job. Putting in the effort to reach out, go to networking events, or communicate online will help you more than you know.
The best piece of advice I can offer: you need to stand out and target your audience. The quality of your application is more important than the quantity of applications you send. Sending the same cover letter or application to jobs may get you a job, but if there are only a handful of companies you really want to work at, you need to put in the effort to get that job.
Multicoin Capital created one of the best job applications I have ever seen. We say all of this to scare away most candidates because we get far too many applicants who spend hours and produce mediocre applications. We are looking for exceptional level of analysis and commitment of time and energy. Do not optimize for speed.
Optimize for quality. Applying for a job will not be easy and you need to know your audience. My last piece of advice for crafting your application — badass people are different, so think differently. You most likely have fewer commitments and plenty of time on your hands — or time you can spend more efficiently — to build your brand and follow the above guide. So what's the difference between Blockchain Jobs and Cryptocurrency Jobs, you may ask.
Blockchain jobs are career opportunities in a broader spectrum of companies - they might be enterprise blockchain jobs, they might be working with a consensus level blockchain technologies. There might be quite a bit of overlap tho. Cryptocurrency jobs , on the other hand, are crypto opportunities in cryptocurrency focused startups. A few years ago we'd see more jobs in L1, protocol level foundations and cryptocurrency projects.
Nowadays most cryptocurrency jobs are in companies that build on top of programmable blockchains, such as Ethereum , Solana , Binance Smart Chain or others. Open main menu. Trusted by World's leading Blockchain Companies:. Load more jobs.
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