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Nansen promises to work diligently with the rest of his team to ensure they continue to provide the best services to their customers as well as create the best workplace in crypto.
Nansen, a leading startup in the blockchain technology industry, recently announced a significant reduction in its workforce. The news of 30% cutbacks at blockchain data analytics firms has caused quite a stir in the industry, with much speculation on the reasons behind the decision.
According to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the blockchain analytics platform, Alex Swanevik, a doSeveral factors beyond the firm’s control necessitated a reduction in its workforce. He also revealed that it was an extremely difficult situation for the company to reduce the size of its team.
Nansen will now focus on core services
Alex cited two major reasons for the reduction in Nansen’s workforce. First, the company has recognized the need to streamline its operations and focus on its core strengths in order to remain competitive in an increasingly dynamic industry.
Similarly, the CEO mentioned that this past year has been brutal for crypto markets, hence the need for layoffs. The company has made every effort to diversify its revenue streams through its institutional clients, yet its cost base remains high as compared to the current position of the company. At the same time, Nansen is facing a decrease in demand for its products and services, resulting in a decline in revenue.
Furthermore, the decision to reduce its workforce was not taken lightly, with management acknowledging the impact it would have on affected employees. However, the company believes that it is the right decision to ensure its long-term stability and viability. Interestingly, Alex said that employees affected by the downsizing will be offered severance packages and career transition assistance to help them navigate this difficult period.
Moving forward, the company promises to work diligently with the rest of its team to ensure they continue to provide the best services to their customers as well as create the best workplace in crypto.
Beyond Nansen: Other crypto firms forced to reduce workforce
As the bear market continues to plague the crypto industry, mass layoffs have continued to plague firms operating in the space, although the rate has slowed significantly in recent months. In January, the popular cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase Global Inc (NASDAQ: COIN) announced a 20% lay off employees To strengthen your financial position in the face of the crypto crunch. However, this is the second major round of layoffs by the exchange in the last one year.
Plus, Luno, a leading global cryptocurrency company announced that it will shed 35% of its global workforce.
Outside of the blockchain and crypto industry, the American multinational tech giant Meta Platforms Inc (NASDAQ: META) also launched a series lay off It started in November last year, when the tech giant laid off 11,000 of its employees. All these cuts were necessary to help the firm cut costs and focus on its restructuring.
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