Rust Dev for Crosschain DeFi Protocol

Rust Dev for Crosschain DeFi Protocol

💸 $5,000 USDC for 2-4 Weeks of Development

Spherium Finance is a mobile first cross chain interoperable all-in-one in DeFi Protocol. Their platofrm brings together DeFi products in one platform. Spherium offers a complete suite of financial services comprising of a multi chain wallet, token swap platform, money markets, and inter-blockchain liquidity transfers.

The most exciting aspect is that all protocols being built are cross chain interoperable, making it the most comprehensive DeFi protocol in the world. $SPHRI is the native token, which powers all the products on Spherium Finance platform.

🛠️ Scope of Work

Spherium is a Cross Chain DeFi Ecosystem, which currently supports EVM compatible chains. Through this InstaGrant, we want to attract developers who have the capability to connect Solana ecosystem with the EVM chains that Spherium supports.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Understand the design of Spherium’s Cross chain Bridge, Code Name HyperBridge, including the Smart contract and Back end code Structure
  • Design how to integrate Solana bridge to the existing EVM compatible bridge
  • Get the Design and architecture approved from Spherium’s tech team
  • Create Bridge between Solana Chain and EVM compatible current Bridge
  • Work with Spherium’s internal team to get the bridge tested and audited (Cost of Audits will be covered by Spherium)

Ideal Candidate Profile:

  • Prior experience of programming in Rust
  • Prior experience of developing smart contracts/web 3 applications
  • Prior experience in Architecting Solutions
  • Passion for Coding
  • Passion for Cross Chain Ecosystem, and DeFi, is a must.
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