Crypto Layoffs: OpenSea, Blockchain.com, Coinbase, Gemini Among Firms Forced to Make Mass Job Cuts

As a bear market sweeps the crypto industry, CoinDesk is keeping a running list of industry players that have been forced to cut back on staff.

AccessTimeIconJul 21, 2022 at 6:20 p.m. UTC
Updated Aug 19, 2022 at 3:19 p.m. UTC

Fran is a writer and reporter at CoinDesk.

The unrelenting crypto winter has continued to hit all corners of the industry, forcing some of the biggest players to curb their growth ambitions.

As these crypto companies aim to stay afloat, CoinDesk has compiled a list of industry players that have cut back on staff. By our count, an estimated 3,838 crypto jobs have been lost as of August 19, 2022, based on media reports and press releases. Here’s where we stand:

Read more: Crypto Jobs: Who’s Cutting and Hiring?

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