• Crypto.com has announced a 20% reduction in its global workforce due to poor market conditions and recent events in the industry.
• Coinbase recently announced similar layoffs, and the price of the Cronos (CRO) token has responded positively to the news.
• The layoffs come as the crypto market is currently on a recovery trajectory, and investors are expecting good returns.
Crypto.com, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges, has announced a 20% reduction in its global workforce due to economic developments in the industry. This announcement comes just days after Coinbase announced similar layoffs.
The co-founder and CEO of Crypto.com exchange, Kris Marszalek, made the announcement today, citing poor market conditions and recent events in the industry as the reasons for the layoffs. According to sources, Crypto.com has about 3500 to 4500 employees, meaning that the 20% reduction would affect about 700 to 900 employees.
This is not the first crypto firm to announce layoffs this year, as Huobi and Coinbase have also recently announced layoffs. Despite this, the price of the Cronos (CRO) token has responded positively to the news, indicating confidence in the crypto market, which is currently on a recovery trajectory.
Investors are keeping a close eye on the developments in the crypto market and are expecting good returns. They are hoping that the layoffs will not affect Crypto.com’s ability to deliver on its promises and continue to provide them with the services they need.
The Crypto.com team is working hard to ensure that the transition is as smooth as possible for affected employees and that the business can continue to operate without disruption. All affected employees will be given a severance package and will receive outplacement services to help them find new employment.
The news of the layoffs has been met with mixed reactions from the crypto community. Some are concerned about the impact it will have on the industry, while others are optimistic that the market will continue to grow and thrive despite the current economic environment.
Only time will tell how the layoffs will affect Crypto.com and the industry as a whole. In the meantime, the team will continue to work to ensure that their customers continue to receive the best possible service and that the transition is as seamless as possible.