Frontend Developer (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Become the lead frontend developer for the future of State of Coin

For the website State of Coin – an upcoming platform that acts as in-depth resource on crypto coins and tokens – we're looking for a frontend designer that is focused on taking on the following challenges:

  • Transform complex data into easy to understand visualisations that explain crypto's attributes.
  • Be different. Present our wide range of backend data into a new and engaging manner.
  • Iterate quickly on new features together with our backend engineers.

The job consists of working together with a small team in launching an interactive frontend and developing new functionality which addresses the current challenges. Your work consists of wire-framing, prototyping, and testing while continuously looping back the feedback from users. The job needs a commitment of at least 30 hours/week for initially a period of 3 months, commencing as soon as possible.

Perfect Candidate

The perfect candidate for the job is analytical in approaching the current challenges, and creative and independent in resolving them. Foremost you should be experienced in website design and interactivity and be intrigued in increasing user engagement. You like to be creative, innovative and experiment. We provide the environment to be that person.

Bonus if you are experienced with crypto.


Given your relevant work experience or education level your salary is between €3,000 and €4,500 a month.


If you are interested the launch a next generation crypto resource site for millions of people, get in touch through and send a short introduction of yourself. List some of your relevant experience with examples and point out snippets you are proud of.

Posted on: 10 December 2017.
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Pay: €3500 - €4500 @ 40 hours/week (bruto)


Join the founder of State of Coin and his team.

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Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Pay: equity

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