How Much Do Blockchain Jobs Pay?
Blockchain salaries have risen to be among the highest in the tech industry. Know your worth and make more informed career decisions.
By Cryptocurrency Jobs
4 min read
The demand for blockchain talent is still strong. Despite the bear market and recent industry layoffs, the number of blockchain job postings have been on the rise, and searches for roles involving Bitcoin, Ethereum, blockchain, and cryptocurrency have increased.
Startups are offering top compensation packages, in particular for blockchain developers, as they compete for talent in an industry where supply is limited. The demand for blockchain talent has also grown as established companies, such as Amazon, Facebook, and IBM, launch new teams to work on blockchain technology, and explore blockchain use cases.
Blockchain salaries have risen to be among the highest in the tech industry.
We looked at all the blockchain jobs that have been listed on Cryptocurrency Jobs to estimate the average base salary for technical and non-technical roles in the blockchain industry across Asia, Canada, Europe, and the U.S. We created a separate category for remote blockchain jobs.
We excluded salary data points that were either a lot lower or higher than expected. All average base salaries are listed in U.S. dollars. These estimates do not factor in variable compensation, such as equity, signing bonus, or any perks a company may offer.
Table: Average base salary (‘000 USD) for 15 blockchain job titles by region
|Full Stack Developer||-||$62,5||$66||$100||$90|
Table: Average base salary (USD) for 15 blockchain job titles by region
|Full Stack Developer||-||$62,500||$66,000||$100,000||$90,000|
The data also showed that the highest paid salaries are found in New York and San Francisco. This is also where the majority of blockchain jobs are found.
Blockchain developer salaries
How much does a blockchain developer make?
- The average base salary for a blockchain developer in Asia is $87,500 per year, with a low base salary of $60,000 and a high base salary of $120,000.
- The average base salary for a blockchain developer in Europe is $73,300 per year, with a low base salary of $55,000 and a high base salary of $91,000.
- The average base salary for a blockchain developer in the U.S. is $136,000 per year, with a low base salary of $70,000 and a high base salary of $200,000.
- The average base salary for a remote blockchain developer is $123,750 per year, with a low base salary of $70,000 and a high base salary of $200,000.
You can explore salary ranges for all job titles listed in this article by clicking here.
Transparency in the blockchain industry
We have provided these salary estimates to help you know your worth so you can make more informed career decisions. But this is also an initiative to bring transparency into the blockchain industry and help create pay equity in the workplace.
The dataset used to estimate average base salaries is limited, but this starts the conversation. If you would like to contribute, you can share your salary anonymously by filling out this form.
As the dataset grows, more job roles will be added. Salary estimates will also be updated regularly.
These salary estimates are estimates and are presented as such. Please use these estimates for informational purposes only as the dataset is limited. We do not guarantee the accuracy of these estimates.
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