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Software Engineer, Frontend - Cryptowatch at Kraken Bitcoin Exchange () (allows remote)

Help us scale Cryptowatch, Kraken's professional charting and trading platform. Cryptowatch has grown organically from a tiny weekend project to a popular, real-time cryptocurrency charting and trading platform which people rely on all over the world. We are seeking talented individuals to help us expand the product in new directions. There's rarely a boring day in crypto, and we're looking for people who want to be part of this exciting ecosystem!

Note this role can be remote.


  • Develop efficient and complex user interfaces with React and Redux

  • Migrate existing code from old communication patterns to Redux

  • Maintain a well organized codebase of components

  • Write code that works across current versions of all major browsers

  • Think through edge cases and unexpected user interactions to develop a robust UX

  • Structure pages to optimize for fast load time and efficient API calls

  • Optimize existing code to minimize waste of client resources

  • Collaborate with backend engineers to implement backend requirements for new interfaces


  • Expertise using React and Redux

  • Experience writing code in ES6 syntaxExperience working with Webpack

  • Experience writing CSS using SASS abstractions

  • Experience using developer tools to debug and profile JavaScript code

  • Experience working with both REST and websocket APIs

  • Ability to independently navigate a large codebase to find logic and debug problems

  • Ability to collaborate with remote employees (developers and designers)

A strong candidate will also:

  • Have an eye for visual balance and harmony

  • Be proficient with HTML5 canvas

  • Have experience working with websocket clients and protocol buffers

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