A new type of foundation, with the focus to develop the next generation of protocols for the connected world.
Social Impact and Regulatory Affairs
The IOTA Foundation is a non-profit organisation developing and promoting the use of distributed ledger technologies and cryptocurrencies. For our office at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin we’re looking for a law student and cryptocurrency-enthusiast to help us with our advocacy efforts starting on the next possible date for a duration of two months or more.
These are exciting times, with technological breakthroughs in distributed computing, IoT connectivity, machine learning, and other cross-border technologies making it both possible and necessary for governments to develop new legal and regulatory approaches to these emerging technologies. The IOTA Foundation works with public and private sector actors around the world to create real-world use cases for distributed ledger and Internet-of-Things technologies (DLT & IoT).
As Legal Intern you will assist the Foundation's Director of Social Impact and Public Regulatory Affairs. You will help with administrative work, research legal questions regarding crypto-regulation and support the Foundation’s activities in regulatory bodies and associations.
You should bring
at least 2 years of legal studies (Zwischenprüfung);
fluency in English and German;
strong communication skills;
interest in Blockchain, DLT and Cryptocurrencies;
preferably first experience in IT-law and/or regulatory questions.
What we offer:
We offer you the chance to
get first hand work experience in one of the most exciting fields of law today;
help shape the regulatory environment;
work with some of the world's leading engineers and researchers within a casual and cutting-edge start-up environment;
interact with policymakers and regulators worldwide from your base in the heart of Europe's tech capital;
get an attractive remuneration depending on your experience.