B&C Exchange is hiring two full time C++ developers

We are hiring two additional C++ developers to move our completion date closer.

The Senior C++ developers will be contributing to the B&C Exchange
core client, intended for use by B&C shareholders and reputed
signers. The code is open-source and can be viewed here. You may wish
to take a look at the design document that will define the work you will do.

Experience in C++, Qt, blockchain development, development related to
peer to peer currencies, experience trading financial assets,
developing trading software and experience working with a distributed
team from home are all desirable attributes.

Compensation will be hourly, ranging from 50 NuBits (USD) to 100
NuBits (USD), depending on experience. The position will last about
four or five months. Candidates must be available for full time work for
the duration of the project. Depending on the success of the project,
additional funding may be available to continue work after the initial
implementation is complete. You will be working with sigmike, John
Jegutanis, glv, woodstockmerkle, CoinGame and myself. We are spread
throughout the world.

Demonstration of competence, motivation and trustworthiness are
paramount concerns to me in hiring for this position. It isn’t important
what your real name is, what country or time zone you live in, or when
you work. Someone able to work full time is preferred, but part time
candidates will be considered. Most likely, successful
candidates will be able to demonstrate their passion for developing peer
to peer financial solutions with past work.

If you are interested, please contact Jordan Lee by email at
jlee@vistomail.com, by PM at discuss.nubits.com or by Bitmessage at


I can help with recruitment, if needed. Any bounty or introduction fee possible?

As a profesional recruiter in IT and running a recruitment service dedicated to the blockchain industry in Japan, I can certainly help find a candidate.
A small financial incentive for referral (fee if success) would help a lot.
Would you interested in such a deal, @JordanLee ?



We will pay 10% of whatever the developer makes in the first six months to anyone who introduces me to a developer we end up hiring as a consultant. I will ask all candidates how they heard about the job to ensure proper credit.

This applies to anyone who wants to help with recruitment (not just crypto_coiner).

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Any official job description? in terms of hours per week and contents and pay?
I can provide super stars if the fee goes up or if that becomes more urgent, leveraging my large network and http://satoshiscollar.jp/

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Nice website, any english version?

Not for now, but of course we can handle english positions like:

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I would consider the original post to be an official job description. I added a sentence to the OP saying a candidate available for full time work is preferred, but part time candidates will be considered. Pay is $50 to $100 per hour, depending on experience.

Were there any additional details you were hoping to have clarified?

I posted it on r/cryptocurrency and will post it on Peercoin social media later…

I meant a typically formatted job description that we use in the recruiting industry:

  • duties
  • skill requirements
  • the plus
  • the typical workload per day/week/month (still unclear)
  • the probable compensation
  • the environment

I have made an adjustment to the job description, requiring that developers work full time on the project for four or five months. B&C Exchange needs that level of dedication and focus in order reach completion in a reasonable time period.


It also looks like you’re hiring two developers now instead of one.

Yes, that’s right. I have posted more details about the adjustment in our bitcointalk thread.

I tweeted this out here. Please retweet to help spread it…

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Also posted on Peercoin’s subreddit and forum…


You should ask Brian Armstrong from Coinbase, it looks like he knows more than 10,000 developpers capable of writing a Bitcoin full node from scratch: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/4710xf/joi_ito_my_view_on_the_current_situation_of/d09hmc0


A mod for r/peercoin and r/cryptcurrency CapR reposted our updated ad on r/cryptocurrency for us…

@JordanLee, have you been reaching out to developers on Github as well? I know you mentioned possibly doing that a while back when we were looking for devs to hire before.

I cant help thinking about @creon when there is call for high quality developers. If I recall correctly he didn’t even get paid for his work on trust-less liquidity pools.
Wondering how far the development would have been if such a talented developer wasn’t alienated from this project.