New York City, USFort Collins, US
Bias towards action
Delight customers
Focus on impact
Decide with feedback, not consensus

What is your team mission?

Station wants to make meaningful work accessible to everyone online, regardless of who you are and where you are.

We believe in a future where people are no longer fungible assets of corporations, but proud owners of their own vision, ideas, and relationships. To us, work transcends geographic borders, physical identity, and disciplines. Work is an expression of love, integrated symbiotically into our lives and the greater community.

Crypto networks demonstrate the potential of decentralized human coordination when incentives align and a shared goal is well understood. Without a centralized body, Bitcoin created the best-performing asset class of the decade, and Ethereum became the world’s fastest-growing computing platform. We look to do the same for digitally-native workers — to align incentives for the world's most ambitious builders to come together and form fluid organizations.

What does your team's product development process look like?

Dogfooding what we build is core to our culture. We walk the talk by maintaining experimental organizational culture and testing everything we build, from products to organizational structure. We aren’t here to participate in the attention war of Web3, but we’re dedicated to creating a compelling place for the best talent to shine, enabling them to have complete ownership over the goals they set out to accomplish.

We want innovators and entrepreneurs with a propensity towards craft and service — those who find fulfillment in problem-solving and making someone’s day just a bit more delightful. By emphasizing these traits, we do more with less: higher performance with a tighter community of builders. We don’t want top-down management, and nobody ‘reports to’ anybody else. People simply collaborate on ‘initiatives’ and recognize each other for the great work they do.

The lack of hierarchy doesn’t equate to the lack of leadership. In fact, we expect each one of us to be leaders, and we all have expectations to steer the culture forward, to set the standard of what it’s like to build a high-performing team without compromising on ownership, creativity, and autonomy.

We strongly encourage each of our full-time contributors to spend 10% of their working hours contributing to other projects in the ecosystem. We want to be known not only as the best builders, but the best contributors in Web3. Period.

What type of music does your team listen to?

Check out our collaborative playlists named after train stations around the world: