MPC Cryptographer (Remote) Job in United Kingdom

MPC Cryptographer (Remote) Job in United Kingdom

Job title: MPC Cryptographer (Remote)

Company: Nillion

Job description: Nillion is a web3 infrastructure project based on a novel cryptographic innovation called (see presentation at ). This new technology enables decentralized data storage and computation.

As reported by TechCrunch, Nillion in the midst of the bear market of 2022 – the highest valuation for a Seed Round reported in Q4-2022. The project has attracted some of the top talent in tech, including the (Conrad Whelan), (Slava Rubin), (Lindsay Danas Cohen), (Andrew Masanto) and . The project has also won several industry awards, including the (see CoinList Tweet ) and Polygon Co-Founder’s .

Nillion is bringing to life fast, permissionless, decentralized secure storage and private computation that fundamentally improves the way that data is processed, analyzed and shared. The protocol is looking for talented engineers to join its team in building that vision.

As a Cryptographer at Nillion, you will research, design, and define cryptographic protocols within the larger framework of distributed systems, formally proving their security. You will be responsible for conducting groundbreaking research that will lead to commercially viable and reliable products by analyzing, proposing, and validating cryptography solutions within a decentralized computing environment.

We are a remote-first organization looking to build an engineering team primarily focused on European and US East Coast time zones. Some travel may be required.


  • 5+ years of academic research experience in cryptography
  • Qualified to a PhD or Postdoc degree in cryptography or related field
  • Several international scientific publications
  • Deep understanding of multi-party computation (MPC)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Extensive experience working with internal and external stakeholders
  • Have highly effective communication, interpersonal and critical thinking skills
  • Ability to understand, formally describe and prove mathematical concepts in writing
  • The ability to write formal security proofs in the UC framework
  • Publications in the domain of MPC (Publications in the domains of ZKP or FHE are a bonus)


  • Developing new protocols and their security proofs
  • Creating variants of existing protocols (synchronous/asynchronous, computational/ITS, passive/active, static/mobile adversaries, boolean/arithmetic, etc.)
  • Verifying existing NMC protocols and their security proofs
  • Proof-reading existing written material (e.g. technical whitepaper)
  • Writing new security proofs for existing NMC protocols
  • Optimizing existing protocols for performance
  • Giving internal presentations for educational purposes
  • Participating in brainstorming sessions for new ideas


We offer the following perks as part of employment with Nillion:

  • Flexible working hours to accommodate lifestyles and a globally distributed team
  • Competitive compensation package
  • Make a big impact as a early contributor to an incredible founding team
  • Work on new problems in an incredible emerging and dynamic field
  • Learn from systems engineering, cryptography and product domain experts in a mentorship-oriented work culture
  • You don’t need to be in an office or at a desk to have an impact anymore! We are fully remote, but value regular meet-ups.

In summary, if you are interested in web3 infrastructure, innovation, new technology, and are interested in working with a high-caliber team, please apply. Nillion is committed to shaping a better world in all that they do. Their global team is built based on respect, inclusivity, diversity and excellence.

For more information on either the technology or company, there are several lectures at leading universities about the project such as , , , Columbia, and MIT. You can also visit Nillion’s early website at .

Expected salary:

Location: London

Job date: Sat, 08 Jul 2023 22:14:14 GMT

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