Technical Blockchain Lead at ASQ Protocol (ASK.FM)

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  • Location
    Kiev, Kyiv City, Ukraine
  • Category
  • Employment type
    Full time


ASKfm is looking for a Technical Blockchain Lead / CTO.


The project envisions a new economy for content creation as well as a monetization model that favors creators instead of middlemen. The platform will allow creators to own the content they build, reach broader audiences, and receive fair and transparent remuneration for the content produced. 

ASQ Protocol ( is a decentralized solution for publishing, storing, sharing, engaging with and monetizing content.

ASQ Protocol is a part of the ASKfm ( network.


Essential requirements:

  • 3+ years on CTO position. 1+ year(s) in blockchain development. Key: smart contracts development on ETH;
  • knowledge of EOS;
  • deep understanding of a blockchain technology. Key: a clear picture of strong and weak spots;
  • solid understanding of data structures and algorithms.

Company believes that blockchain as technology is life-changing, so should you. =)


Preferred requirements:

  • 8+ years working experience in IT;
  • 1+ year(s) with B2C products. Key: Social Networks;
  • BSCS/MSCS degree or similar;
  • experience in ICO projects;
  • experience in working with big databases;
  • experience with various P2P communication protocols.



  • lead the development and maintenance of the dApp, together with support and testing;
  • drive and develop a passionate team of blockchain developers;
  • provide a detailed roadmap for all the scopes of development activities;
  • research the world of crypto from A to Z.



  • professional and friendly team;
  • competitive compensation depending on experience and skills;
  • challenging tasks;
  • ability to influence on project and technologies;
  • compensation of English classes, sport and medical insurance (50%);
  • convenient location.

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