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Blog – Engineering
Paxos Engineers See Accelerating Growth Ahead
In my previous post, I outlined the Paxos vision for Web3 technologies and how our engineers are building infrastructure for the future financial system. This long-term vision comes with an understanding that the best has yet to come and our systematic regulation-first approach will yield results in the not-so-distant future.
Why Paxos for Senior Engineering Professionals?
Paxos is seeking staff engineers and engineering managers to join us on our mission to build a new financial infrastructure for the economy of tomorrow. Our blockchain solutions tokenize, custody, trade and settle assets for enterprise clients, enabling the trustworthy and instantaneous movement of any asset, at any time.
Paxos Destination: Ireland
Paxos is on a mission to enable the movement of any asset, any time, in a trustworthy way. To complete this mission, we are continuing to grow our remote-first team while establishing a presence in new locations. Next stop – Ireland!
Deploying Dollars on the Blockchain
Watch Paxos Engineering leaders Ilan Gitter and Brent Perreault go in-depth on what it takes to build a stablecoin and deploy it on the blockchain!
Hypergrowth vs. Tech Debt
In the last several months, Paxos has hit a stage of development commonly known as “hypergrowth” due to the mainstream adoption of digital assets. Under heavy acceleration, tech companies need to rapidly evolve software systems from earlier-stage minimal viable products to enterprise-grade platforms that are scalable and reliable. These transformations are extremely challenging, and the challenges extend beyond software development to organizations as a whole.
Simple Multisig: How it Works and Why It’s Awesome
Blockchain technology is about combining fundamental cryptographic primitives to build useful, trusted features like transfers and asset issuance. Defining a secure signing scheme for multi-signature
Ethereum Smart Contract Testing Guidelines
In a way, developing smart contracts is a throwback to a time where software was disseminated on cds with code that, once installed, must be
Convenience and Security: Paxos’ Third-Party Authorization Design for BUSD and Beyond
In September 2019, we partnered with Binance to launch a new stablecoin called Binance USD (BUSD). BUSD is regulated by the New York Department of
Meet ‘Kevin’ — the immutable data store that brings functional programming paradigms to our persistence layer
Paxos offers automation to the confirmation and settlement processes in the commodities and FX spaces through its Post-Trade Service. Automation is another word for technology
Istio Mesh Expansion on AWS
By Srinivas Gumdelli & Nathan Typanski Migrations to Kubernetes are inherently messy. While progress has been made in recent years with StatefulSet and persistent volumes,
Designing Paxos Standard’s Minimal Smart Contract
This blog post discusses the design of the PAX ethereum smart contracts with an emphasis on our minimalist contract design philosophy.
How to Build a Great Engineering Team
Over the past few years, I’ve had the opportunity to build out a world-class engineering team at Paxos, a fintech startup on an ambitious mission to enable the movement of any asset at any time in a trustworthy way.
How to speed up local Kubernetes development by proxying Helm charts
At Paxos, we’ve been running our services on Kubernetes for a while, but had trouble managing multiple environments until we adopted Helm and ChartMuseum.
Shrink your ops team by putting the Dev in DevOps
Every software system requires an exhaustive amount of configuration and maintenance: from provisioning servers, deploying code, installing and upgrading services, to storing data, managing DNS records and applying security protocols, there is a tremendous amount to consider.
Should I Migrate to an Async Framework?
The main problem with (traditional) synchronous code, is that processes hang while waiting for external data.