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Peer-to-Peer Cross-Chain Swaps: Interoperability - The dFMI Way

What is interoperability?

Friday Snippet: Giulia’s experience of working remotely

Remote working has always been available to all Fnality’s employees, nevertheless, going to the office every day was still the “norm”.

Covid-19 has caught us all unprepared, but we’ve quickly learnt to stretch the boundaries of remote collaboration through our new Remote First ways of working. 

Overall, we have discovered that we are still able to perform & deliver – actually we have performed better than ever! The Fnality community that we had built, was still able to flourish despite the distance and this led us to feel more committed & close to each other. We’ve turned our daily interactions into virtual coffees, buddy catch-ups, end-of-the-week quizzes & games, mental health and...

Career Progression in the Agile Age

There is no doubt that more and more material is published every day which reassures us that if our careers are not quite following the linear route we expected, this is OK. In many cases not just OK, but that such a ‘squiggly’ career is actually full of advantages (see The Squiggly Career by Helen Tupper and Sarah Ellis). Industries are changing far quicker than in the past, so the norms that applied to those starting out 30 years ago just aren’t applicable today. Those who stay at one company for the duration of their career are no longer held in high esteem and are more often than not viewed with incredulity. So, with this rate of change in industry, technology, and the age of instant...

Tackling Mental Health & Remote Working

Q&A: Bipolar Disorder in the Workplace

Mental Health at Fnality

Mental Health Awareness Month

At Fnality, we fully recognise that employees are our most important assets and good mental health is an important asset in its own right. We were fortunate to have an Agile work practice which allowed the company to respond effectively to the shock of the lockdown restrictions that were introduced at the beginning of the pandemic. Fnality did not view the transition to remote working as a challenge, but instead an opportunity to evolve the company into a more cohesive and outcomes-focused workplace. From the outset, there was a strong emphasis placed on the mental health and wellbeing of our employee’s during the transition period. 

Olympus Day!

Remote First & the Fnality Ways of Working: Part 1

Our response to the FSB on the Financial Stability Implications of the Covid-19 Pandemic

 

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