We are remote-friendly and asynchronous! Timezones aren't a problem here, we have contributors from around the world. As long as you're making progress at your own pace and staying on schedule with other team members, there's not difference. However, some of the most common characteristics we've seen from current members of KodaDot are their organization, time management skills, and communication.

Here at KodaDot, you're not expected to be a know-it-all. You're expected to learn and grow from the tasks you take on and the interactions you make with our community. KodaDot was created with the public in mind, hence us being a "public good". We want to make sure that inclusivity is enforced for people with all levels of experience. However, we want to make sure that you're taking tasks that you're motivated to complete, not just to have them assigned to you with no progress. Don't be afraid to ask questions. We're encouraging growth and community. If you need to ask a hundred questions before finally understanding something, then do it.

So whether you're a student fresh out of high school or a parent with three kids, you have a say in what we do around here.

Everyone starts from somewhere, and we understand that.

We put emphasis on long-term players because we believe that they have the most impact on not only our work but our community. You're more likely to get hired if we see you actively engaging in our Discord as we highly value cultural AND personal fit and contribute to KodaDot in the way that makes sense for you (are you a developer, artist, or helper?)

If everything goes well and your interests last, we would be more than happy to have you on board and start our journey of exploring NFTs together.

So, get those contributions in!

General Hiring Process

Our hiring process is based on the role you're applying for. If you're looking to apply to a non-technical role, go here

Hiring Process for Developers

We are always looking for talented front-end developers. Whether you want to start working with us as a side hustle or as a full-time job, our issues are open to tackle immediately (and expect to get paid for your merged PRs!)

We offer full-time, part-time, internship, freelance, and temporary positions.

To qualify for a part-time or full-time position, we are looking at your:

  • Past track record on your GitHub profile, i.e. your open-source contributions

  • Cooperation & Coordination, how helpful you are in code reviews

  • Communication, how engaged you are in our issues/discussions/discord

  • Responsiveness, how quickly you react to change requests

  • Overall skillset & experience

  • Quality of delivered code

MOST IMPORTANTLY: You should have 10-20 merged pull requests to our upstream branch We will pay you for each closed issue you have as a way to show you that we value your time and dedication to KodaDot.

After you've successfully merged 10-20 PRs, feel free to reach out yangwao on our Telegram. We'll assign you 1-2 long-term tasks to see how you handle more complex issues.

The reason why we do this is to see if we click together as a team in the long run. During your time completing PRs here at KodaDot, we'll be able to see what characteristics you have that can be good for KodaDot's internal long-term growth.

You can start your journey by checking out our most recent issues with the labels p1 or p2.


We can guarantee you a payroll from this phase, which will be discussed based on your location, skillset, previous experience, quality of delivered code, and time availability. We would like to match market prices so landing a job at KodaDot could result in getting payroll on the range between 60k-160k$ annual compensation.

Open Roles

  • Frontend Developers (Vue3, Nuxt3)

  • Rust developer (parachain Dev & Ops & ink! smart contracts)

  • Developer Advocate

  • Technical Writer

On hold positions

  • Technical Product Manager

  • COO

  • UI/UX Designer

  • Creative Director

  • Growth & Ops

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