Atomic Capital Benefits Overview
Atomic Capital is a digital-finance group building precision technologies and financial products leveraging the unique potential of Distributed Ledger Technologies. We offer three tailored levels of service, including advisory services, our in-house issuance platform and compliance protocol, and targeted capital raise support, making us a unique one-stop shop for digital assets. We are a registered broker-dealer in the United States with a team of FINRA-licensed representatives. In addition to helping companies issue digital securities, we recently started raising for our own PE fund that will address the develop capital markets infrastructure projects that address core needs for the digital asset ecosystem.
Of all of our accomplishments, I think the most unique is our commitment and progress towards our mission, which is to fundamentally improve our capital markets systems. Atomic has built out all of the essential tools for digital assets, and now we’re concentrating on creating more digital infrastructure which will benefit everyone in the Distributed Ledger Technology ecosystem. And it’s not just a pipe dream - we already have secured funding and licenses to build it out, including access to ATS, Money Transmitter, Broker-Dealer, and Custodian License. We’re quickly executing on our goals and setting the tone for best practices along the way.
Partners with Nonprofits
Friends outside of work
Eat lunch together
Team owned deliverables
Team based strategic planning
Group brainstorming sessions
Health Insurance & Wellness Benefits
Health Insurance Benefits
Child Care & Parental Leave Benefits
Flexible Work Schedule
Vacation & Time Off Benefits
Unlimited Vacation Policy
Perks & Discounts
Professional Development Benefits
Job Training & Conferences
Cross functional training encouraged
Promote from within
Time allotted for learning
Additional Perks + Benefits
We believe that personal autonomy leads to better work outcomes, so we allow for a lot of flexibility around individual needs and avoid micromanagement.