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Vauld, a cryptocurrency exchange, reduced staff by 30%



Vauld a cryptocurrency exchange reduced staff by 30%

The worldwide cryptocurrency industry is collapsing under unstable market circumstances, according to cryptocurrency exchange Vauld, which announced on Tuesday that it has chosen to cut its staff by around 30%.

The staff reduction affects every unit inside the organization, with a bias toward our marketing and talent acquisition departments, according to Darshan Bathija, co-founder and CEO of Vauld platform.

“We’re slowing down those teams’ efforts, which is why there is prejudice. We are coordinating with each impacted individual to provide them with a severance package equal to two months of their salary and make sure they keep their signing and/or joining bonus “said Bathija in a statement.

Along with cutting marketing costs, the corporation is also delaying recruiting, slashing executive pay by 50%, and halting most vendor contracts.

According to the platform, it would provide the impacted and their immediate families with 12 months of medical insurance and work closely “with them to locate a wonderful place to work.”

“We don’t take this decision lightly, but in light of the current economic downturn, we believe that this is the best course of action. Even for cryptocurrency enterprises, the market environment has become more unpredictable “Bathija acknowledged.

The Singapore-registered firm, founded in 2018, received $27 million to reach one million customers in the US, followed by Europe, Singapore, and India.

Bathija apologized and expressed his gratitude to the coworkers with whom the company was parting ways for their efforts in enabling Vauld to serve more than 800,000 customers and provide first-rate services.

Vauld regards cryptocurrencies as a critical asset class, operating more like a cryptocurrency bank for financial goods than an exchange.

Bybit, a Singapore-based cryptocurrency exchange, stated that 2,000 workers, or around 30% of its staff, will be let go.

Global cryptocurrency exchanges and businesses like Coinbase, Gemini,, and others indicated earlier this month that they would be cutting down on staff in the midst of the crypto winter.