Coinbase Senior Manager Resigns

Coinbase US origin does not stop in terms of a number of users in the world’s largest crypto money exchange. A new resignation has been added to the rumors of dismissal in Coinbase, which continues to face bad news. According to the Coindesk source, Hunter Merghart, the highest level in the US stock markets responsible for the crypto-money transactions, assumed the same duty for six months after assuming the task of transferring the same position to the senior authorities.

Merghart, who learned the decision to leave the company last week, said that other opportunities are currently being considered. Coinbase chose not to answer questions on the subject, according to the Coindesk source.

Alan White, who hired him, was one of the names that left Coinbase earlier this month. Adam White resigned from a crypto-money firm, but only a short time later, Bakk, another crypto-money firm, moved to COO. The Bakkt project attracts great attention, especially from the recent announcements and the fact that NYSE, one of the world’s biggest stock exchanges, was built by a giant company such as the Intercontinental Stock Exchange.

According to the information provided by Coindesk, Merghart’s reason for leaving the company is the frustration about not having enough resources or information transferred to him in terms of the roadmap to establish a corporate enterprise. Earlier this month, Coinbase had decided to close the index fund for institutional investors and dismissed several employees.

Coinbase Digital currency exchange headquartered in San Francisco, California. They broker exchanges of Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic and Litecoin with fiat currencies in around 32 countries, and bitcoin transactions and storage in 190 countries worldwide.

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