the 411

We’re a blockchain/crypto job board dedicated to increasing workplace diversity in both internship and full-time opportunities*

*Basically, if you're looking to work in web3, you've come to the right place.


hot off the presses

Check out the latest and greatest opportunities in blockchain.

Protocol Labs

Corporate Counsel

Full Time
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Social Media Community Lead

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Floating Point Group

Chief Of Staff Ops Lead

Hoboken, NJ
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Product Manager

Part Time
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time to shake things up

There’s a huge void in the blockchain job market. We decided to do something about it.

increasing diversity

The three founders of this site all work at blockchain-related businesses in different areas of the crypto ecosystem. And we noticed the same challenge: in this industry that is literally changing our world, we’re missing important diversity in legal, compliance, and related support functions. When we talk about diversity, we think of dimensions including gender, racial, socio-economic, and geographic. But it’s not limited. We know that the promise of this technology does not become our reality without the perspectives and shared experiences of many. We know that the promise of this technology only becomes our reality collectively.

bridging the digital divide

As more and more blockchain companies are seeking lawyers, risk managers, and compliance officers with backgrounds in law enforcement, traditional finance, regulatory agencies, etc., we needed a way to let our networks know about these positions, beyond our own emails and LinkedIn posts. But there’s more we wanted to do than simply share these posts - we wanted to encourage. Many qualified professionals may not apply for blockchain positions thinking they lack the necessary qualifications. We are here to help bridge that gap. In fact, if you are experienced in traditional finance, regulation, and compliance - and you have a curiosity to understand new technology, you are absolutely the right candidate to apply. 

spreading the word

When we couldn’t find a good job site dedicated to blockchain jobs in the legal, compliance, and risk management sectors, we decided to make one. Working with an incredibly talented web page designer, we built something functional, beautiful, and most importantly - fun. We love what we do and we want to help people find their passion in blockchain so they can feel the same. But this isn’t just a job site that posts whatever comes in. We screen these positions to make sure they’re legitimate, we select the resources we’ve come to rely on, and we personally respond to inquiries and requests for assistance. The job posts are free because this is a labor of love. We want good people working at good companies who will help us make blockchain businesses more accessible to all. 


the more you know

”Around The Block“ is our resource page containing blockchain news, career development resources, and other goodies.

Blockchain Basics

Blockchain and Money

This course is for students wishing to explore blockchain technology's potential use—by entrepreneurs and incumbents—to change the world of money and finance. The course begins with a review of Bitcoin and an understanding of the commercial, technical, and public policy fundamentals of blockchain technology, distributed ledgers, and smart contracts. The class then continues on to current and potential blockchain applications in the financial sector.


What Is DeFi, And Why Does It Matter Now?

The current high growth & adoption of financial applications can be traced back to the arrival of cloud storage in 2006. The big idea was the creation of a simple, scalable, service that could easily plug into existing software. The world of DeFi will mirror this trajectory, and usher in a wave of innovation the likes of which have never seen before in finance.


The Celo Blog

Celo is an open platform that makes financial tools accessible to anyone with a mobile phone.


NFTs Raise Novel and Traditional IP and Contract Issues

Stuart Levi, Mana Ghaemmaghami, MacKinzie Neal and Allison Shapiro look at the IP and contract issues raised by nonfungible tokens (NFTs).