Qualifications Bachelors Degree
CoinGecko is a global leader in tracking cryptocurrency data. Operating since 2014, CoinGecko has built the world’s largest cryptocurrency data platform, tracking over 6000 tokens across more than 400 exchanges, serving over 100 million pageviews in more than 100 countries. We are proud to have played a major part in mainstream awareness, adoption, and education of cryptocurrency globally.
We at CoinGecko believe that cryptocurrency and blockchain will define the future of finance, bringing greater financial and economic freedom around the world. In anticipation of that future, CoinGecko is building the foundation in order to scale cryptocurrency market data to serve billions.
What you’ll be doing
- Work with our engineering team and product managers to ship products
- Execute full software development life cycle
- Develop and push code into production environment
- Write clean, reusable code and libraries
- Continuously learn about new engineering techniques and technologies
- Have the chance to learn about blockchain programming (Solidity Web3)
What we look for in you:
- Currently pursuing or recently finished a Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics or related fields
- Enjoy thinking about how people interact with products and building experiences that users love.
- Love technologies
- Self-motivated and committed to personal growth.
- Approach problems with positive energy.
- Able to do 3 months internship
In this internship, you will get :-
- RM1,500 allowance/month
- Free daily team lunch
- Parking/Transport allowance
- Flexible working hours
- An opportunity to learn about blockchain and cryptocurrencies from one of the pioneering company in the industry
Email the following to email@example.com to apply :-
- What is your github profile?
- When are you looking to start the internship program (please state first date and last date) ?
- Why are you interested in joining CoinGecko?
- Share with us one project you have worked on (at work, open source, side project, university project) that you are proud of working with. What were the challenges? How did you overcome them? What did you learn from the experience?
- Tell us about a newer (less than five years old) web/mobile/programming technology you like. Have you used it in any of your project, why do you like it, and how does it compare with others?
- Explain “Stack” vs. “Queue”
- One of our developers built a page to display market information for over 500 cryptocurrencies in a single page. After several days, our support team started receiving complaints from our users that they are not able to view the website and it takes too long to load. What do you think causes this issue and suggest at least 3 ideas to improve the situation.