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The Importance of Nodes in the Fnality Payment System

Traditionally, the functions of financial market infrastructure (which includes payment systems) have been centrally administered and operated by a single entity. There is a growing movement within the wholesale financial market towards decentralisation in order to reduce reliance on centralised intermediaries and “unlock billions in capital and liquidity. Decentralisation is at the core of our design principles at Fnality. Both the technology underpinning the Fnality Payment System (‘FnPS’) and our organisational design are based on the concept of decentralisation. There will be no ‘single point of failure’ should a server go down or ‘single point of attack’ from malicious actors...

Fnality continues to strengthen its partnership with Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Fnality: Enhancing Cross-Border Payments

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

 

Our Access Product Release 2 has been made available for testing

 

Our response to the FSB on the challenges of stablecoins - Part 2

Earlier this year, the Financial Stability Board authored a paper on stablecoins: 'Addressing the regulatory, supervisory and oversight challenges raised by 'global stablecoin' arrangements'.

Fnality celebrates its first anniversary

Solving for on-chain payment in wholesale banking

Our response to the FSB on the challenges of stablecoins - Part 1

'Stablecoins' are typically viewed as a proxy for money, so we do need to be careful about their use and the potential risks that they create. To this end, the FSB has authored a paper on stablecoins: "Addressing the regulatory, supervisory and oversight challenges raised by “global stablecoin” arrangements”.

In wholesale banking, liquidity makes the world go round

Is it time to change our thinking about 'Value-Date'?

Do we need to change thinking on value-date i.e. the date on which a transaction actually takes place? We’d love to hear your views.

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