Corefy’s monthly updates: March 2021
We hope spring is treating you well so far! ?
As the first warm rays of the sun break through the clouds, our team is gaining momentum. We’re actively expanding, with a couple of new specialists who’ve already joined us in March and eight more open positions.
Together, we keep tweaking and developing our payment platform. Namely, we upgraded/established 15 integrations, started supporting three more currencies (Bangladeshi taka, Nepalese rupee, Sri Lankan rupee), and enhanced the platform functionality. See our Documentation for more details.
Traditionally, we strive to support initiatives aimed at collaboration and cross-border partnership. Our COO, Den Melnykov, continued to represent Corefy in the Ukrainian Trade Mission to the UK, supported by USAID Ukraine and the Embassy of Ukraine to the UK. Here’s how Den explained who we are in two minutes.
Additionally, Den was a speaker at the ‘Emerging Europe and the United Kingdom: Towards 2030‘ event, moderated by CNN Anchor Samuel Burke. The event was aimed at strengthening collaboration between the CEE region and the UK in the fintech domain.
We also participated in the ‘AWS Cloud for Financial Services‘ online event. Our CTO Dmytro Dzubenko shared Corefy’s experience of rolling out the payment processing infrastructure on AWS and explained how Corefy scaled up a thousandfold in 2 years.
Last but not least, we’ve been moving towards becoming Google Pay certified participating processor for quite some time now, and our efforts have not been in vain. We’re currently preparing a blog about this significant achievement, where our CEO Denys Kyrychenko will share Corefy’s experience integrating GPay. Stay tuned!