Coinbase CTO Balaji Srinivasan is leaving the stock exchange
The famous name of Coinbase is leaving the stock market!
Coinbase, a crypto money exchange valued at over $ 8 billion , has suffered a serious loss of manager since mid-2018, and apparently the waters are still unclear. Balaji Srinivasan, one of the senior executives of Coinbase , announced that he had left the crypto money platform with an announcement he made.
Srinivasan was the company’s first CTO about a year ago after Coinbase made a breakthrough and acquired Earn.com . Prior to this, Srinivasan served as CEO and founder partner of Earn.com. However, apparently the Srinivasan company, Earn.com, was first purchased by Coinbase, and the agreement between the two companies was that the former CEO would serve a minimum of one year and one day at Coinbase, and this period was filled.
Balaji S. Srinivasan
1/2 Really enjoyed my time at Coinbase working with my friend @brian_armstrong. The Earn integration was successful and we’ve closed ~$200M in deals for the new Coinbase Earn. Was also my privilege to help with shipping new assets, launching USDC, & getting staking/voting going.
10:30 – 4 May 2019
Coinbase Continues Shrinking
The future of the former CTO has not yet been announced by the stock market, and the recent closures and office closures are fueling concerns about Coinbase. The US-based crypto-money platform announced on April 23 that they would shut down the Chicago office completely.