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Every day we interact with technologies controlled by a handful of large companies whose interests and incentives often conflict with our own. If we want the benefits of using their proprietary apps, we’re forced to agree to terms that most of us will never read, granting these companies far-reaching control over our online lives.At the same time, progress in open-source and decentralized techno...

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Parity has a lot of products: blockchain clients written in Rust, mobile apps written in platform-native languages, browser-based tools and extensions written in JavaScript. We also maintain some crypto and networking libraries (mostly in Rust) and a blockchain framework used by several hundreds of third-party teams. All of this code needs to be consistently secured — and as a head of AppSec, it...

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Parity has a lot of products: blockchain clients written in Rust, mobile apps written in platform-native languages, browser-based tools, and extensions written in JavaScript. We also maintain some crypto and networking libraries (mostly in Rust) and a blockchain framework used by several hundreds of third-party teams. All of this code needs to be consistently secured — and as a head of AppSec, i...

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Isn’t it weird how much good old centralised tech it takes to deliver a new decentralised one? CI runners in Kubernetes clusters, release repos in cloud storages, a whole bunch of sophisticated tooling interacting with 400+ Github repos and several dozen of bare metal servers for needs like benchmarking. And to make things even funnier, we’re a principled FOSS shop, so even some of our in...

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Isn’t it weird how much good old centralised tech it takes to deliver a new decentralised one? CI runners in Kubernetes clusters, release repos in cloud storages, a whole bunch of sophisticated tooling interacting with 400+ Github repos and several dozen of bare metal servers for needs like benchmarking. And to make things even funnier we’re a principled FOSS shop, so even some of our inf...

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Parity Technologies builds core infrastructure and technology for blockchains and Web 3.0 world. This means dealing with P2P networking, consensus algorithms, cryptography, databases, and decentralised applications.We strive to write the fastest, lightest, and safest core technology in Blockchain and do a lot of free, open-source development.As Parity grows, we still want to remain a fully enginee...

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Parity Technologies builds core infrastructure for blockchains and Web 3.0 technologies. We strive to write the fastest, lightest, and safest core technology in Blockchain and write lots of open-source code.Parity works in a very flat hierarchy with lots of autonomy and high levels of personal responsibility, and we try to mimic an open-source workflow in much of what we do. We have an older ...

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Parity Technologies builds core infrastructure for blockchains and the future Web — one that respects the freedom and data of individuals — and helps empower developers to create better services through decentralized technologies.At the Parity Tools Team we build tooling and libraries for developers and advanced users, both internal and external, such as block explorers, exchanges, and staking...

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In this role, you’ll help bring to life an open-source TypeScript toolkit to enhance the Substrate / Web 3 developer experience. The aim of this toolkit is to reduce friction in creating efficient interactions with many chains. You will work in a small functional team with two front-end developers, one backend developer, and one designer to create core utilities, pattern libraries, and examples....

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Parity Technologies builds core infrastructure for blockchains and Web 3.0 technologies. This means dealing with P2P networking, consensus algorithms, cryptography, databases, and decentralised applications. We strive to write the fastest, lightest, and safest core technology in Blockchain and write lots of open-source code.At Parity Technologies, we have built and launched live networks like Kusa...

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Parity Technologies builds core infrastructure for blockchains and Web 3.0 technologies. This means dealing with P2P networking, consensus algorithms, cryptography, databases, and decentralized applications.We are looking to expand our Parachains Core team, which is responsible for developing the software and protocols used in Polkadot’s Parachains technology - primarily Parity’s Polkadot node...

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Every day we interact with technologies controlled by a handful of large companies whose interests and incentives often conflict with our own. If we want the benefits of using their proprietary apps, we’re forced to agree to terms that most of us will never read, granting these companies far-reaching control over our online lives.At the same time, progress in open-source and decentralized techno...

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As the Engineering team rapidly grows, we seek a dedicated Director of Engineering. This person will work in a close partnership with the Head of Engineering, as well as the Engineering team leads. They will support team leads in expanding their teams, and drive and execute strategic technical projects.Responsibilities:Directly support the development of the Engineering team leadsTake an active ro...

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Parity is one of the world's most experienced core blockchain infrastructure companies, having built and pioneered some of the most advanced technologies in the blockchain sector. Parity was founded by Dr. Gavin Wood, co-founder and former CTO of Ethereum, the primary engineer behind the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), inventor of the Solidity programming language, and primary author of the Ethere...

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Parity Technologies Overview

Parity’s mission is to enable businesses and organisations to capitalise on blockchain technology and benefit from the new opportunities it presents. We develop cutting-edge software solutions for enterprises and industries to unlock the full value of decentralised technology. We believe that decentralised technology has the power to fundamentally change and enhance the systems used by businesses, consumers, and governments every day.

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Company Legal Name: Parity Technologies Limited

Year Founded: 2015

HQ Location: 1 Sans Walk, London EC1R 0LY, UK

HQ Timezone: Europe/London

Alexa US Rank: 289,573

Alexa Global Rank: 379,443

Total Employees: 180

Total $ Raised: 5,800,000

Estimated Annual Revenue: $10M-$50M

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