Software Engineering Careers in Crypto with Graham Perich





Graham Perich is a software engineer, currently working at Coinbase, who has worked in the cryptocurrency & blockchain industry for close to 3 years! He joins us to discuss his journey in software engineering, how he began his career with the help of a coding bootcamp (Hack Reactor) and how he found his first job in the crypto industry at Fluidity through personal networking.

Graham also discusses how the software tooling landscape has evolved since he’s joined the industry, what he loves about working with such cutting edge technology and much more.

We hope you enjoy this episode, especially for those of you who might be interested in software engineering opportunities in the future!

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  1. That DK Guy
    That DK Guy says:

    Thank you so much for this. I am trying to pivot my accounting career into software development and learning both back and front end web development ideally in the crypto space. This has given me a great primer on how to approach it and what to look into. Thank you Thank you!!!

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  2. tăng hà
    tăng hà says:

    BIP – The hottest new currency in 2020
    If anyone ever knows that the DRK (DeFi project) currency only increased by 40 times, then I recommend introducing another currency that surpasses DRK, BIP (Minter Networt) .BIP has the following advantages:
    -BIP is both a platform currency like ETH, NEO, EOS, WASE, ADA, TRON, DRK … (meaning it can generate many other tokens based on the BIP platform and sell ICOs, STOs …) Currency like XRP, XLM … Transferring money via BIP takes less than 5 seconds (200 times faster than the currency above)
    -There is minterpay https://minterpush.com, including transferring money from BIP to fifat money worldwide, buying cards and gifts via BIP, calling cards via BIP around the world …. Even in Russia , they also pay for bread, coffee, electricity and water through BIP
    -BIP has API for instant money transfer and payment
    – BIP bet is 54.46% per annum (meaning you have a passive income for hours, get interest after 10 minutes of deposit). Limited to 10 billion coins in 6 years. Currently there are 2.2 billion. There are 5 more years to exploit the remaining 7.8 billion BIP
    (Of those 2.2 billion BIPs, 2.1 billion of the coins were locked to continue mining. That means people are making the most of it.)
    How to authorize BIP to earn interest https://en.minter.wiki/How_to_delegate_coins
    -BIP with a diverse ecosystem of thousands of tokens created from the BIP platform can exchange with BIP (this is much better than DRK)
    – in terms of total BIP supply, total supply is 10 billion while total supply of DRK is 15 billion
    -In price: DRK has increased by 40 times while BIP has only been on the market for 2 months so few people know that it is still very low.
    -Learn about BIP here: https://en.minter.wiki/Main_Page
    https://www.minter.org
    -Buy BIP on 3 floors:
    1. https://bithumb.pro (should buy this floor because of price stability, fee rags, kyc within 5 minutes or not kyc also)
    2. https://hotbit.io
    3. https://trade.citex.co.kr
    (These two exchanges can buy BIP but it is expensive and the fees are high.)
    See rankings of BIP
    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/minter-network/
    https://www.coingecko.com/en/ty_gia/bip#markets

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  3. Michael Otis
    Michael Otis says:

    I work at Fortune 500 company on contract as a global DevOps Engineer as my full-time job, however I work at two crypto startups to supplement my income with my extra time and I find the pure passion and excitement within these startups to be refreshing, something you don't see in these large bureaucratic companies. Not to mention, what you're building is typically used by hundreds or thousands of users, as a developer it's extremely satisfying to see tools and apps you've built used by other users and not just for internal use.

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