Gemini Exchange to lay off 10% staff amid ongoing crypto crash
Sat, Jun 25, 2022 10:05 PM

Gemini Exchange to lay off 10% staff amid ongoing crypto crash

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The ongoing cryptocurrency market crash is creating havoc on exchanges and related platforms. New York-based Gemini has recently posted that it is eyeing to reduce its employee strength by 10% to sustain the current challenges and volatility in markets. The company has even stopped operation in its physical location in New York. Therefore all layoff discussions will occur via Zoom meetings.

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