CommPRO Editorial Staff
DMG Blockchain Solutions Inc. (TSX-V: DMGI) (DMGGF:OTC US) (FRANKFURT:6AX) (“DMG” or the “Company”), a diversified blockchain and technology company, has announced that it has fully implemented its WFH initiative to further protect its office employees and the general public, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. DMG has always allowed its software engineers to work remotely as necessary, and all employees are experienced with the various remote collaboration software tools the Company utilizes daily.
DMG’s proprietary mine management software is fully deployed allowing its technicians to remotely monitor the operations such as hash rates, temperature, power consumption, etc. If repairs are needed, staff at the facility are notified of the issue and what is needed to be done for repairs so they can take the necessary action. The data center is approximately 27,000 square feet and therefore employees have substantial personal space and distancing from one another.
Dan Reitzik, DMG’s CEO commented, “The safety and health of our employees is of paramount importance to the Company. Confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Vancouver are growing at alarming rates. DMG has always been set up to easily implement a WFH initiative, and we’re pleased that our employees can be home with their families during this difficult period.
Additionally, as DMG continues concentrating on growing its Canadian operations, DMG has started the process of closing its US operations and, as such, requested Danny Yang’s resignation. Danny Yang has supported this request and DMG greatly appreciates Danny Yang’s contributions over the past two years. We wish Danny and his family the best in his future endeavors”.
As well, DMG has ended its agreement with Hybrid Financial for investor relations services.