Started at the Ethereum Foundation in early 2017, ENS spun off with a separate organization in 2018. ENS development is managed by the Singaporean non-profit True Names LTD and is a public good, a basic piece of Internet infrastructure that belongs to the community.
ENS is DNS for the web3 space. ENS domains are a superset of DNS, allowing attaching human-readable names to websites. However, the use cases are virtually limitless, such as simplifying sending cryptocurrency, storing an avatar and profile information (think gravatar) that web3 apps will pick up and use automatically.
Best of all, the protocol is decentralised, censorship-resistant, and owned by anyone that holds the $ENS token. Ultimately we think of an ENS name as a web3 username, the first step into the metaverse.
We’re always looking for talented people to expand the team. Please email your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the opportunities we currently have open:
As Community Manager, you will be focused on facilitating community engagement through content creation, designing and executing a social media strategy, and being a bridge between TNL and the ENS community.
TNL believes in hiring top quality talent and then giving them broad authority to move things forward as they see fit. You will be working with a global team that has a myriad of backgrounds and experiences. People who have worked at the biggest tech companies and the smallest startups, crypto veterans and relative newcomers, colleagues who have been entrepreneurs in their own right and those who have worked in the public and private sectors. If you’re the type of person who gets excited about creating the future you’ll fit right in.
You're interested in the web3 community and have ideas on how identity and naming can become an important narrative in the space. You have experience building and managing a community or brand. You should be energetic, charismatic and able to build relationships across the breadth of the ENS community.