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Armstrong writes an open letter to Coinbase employees allowing them to work from home following COVID-19 restrictions

Armstrong writes an open letter to Coinbase employees allowing them to work from home following COVID-19 restrictions
  • Coinbase has just announced this week but it will transition to a remote-first workplace following the COVID-19 pandemic a walk down is over. 
  • This is being done in an effort to guard against location-centric risks as well as improving decentralisation.

One of the biggest crypto platforms in the industry, Coinbase has just announced this week but it will transition to a remote-first workplace following the COVID-19 pandemic a walk down is over. This is being done in an effort to guard against location-centric risks as well as improving decentralisation. The CEO of the company, Brian Armstrong go to an open letter to all employees where he said:

“After the restrictions of quarantine are over, Coinbase will embrace being ‘remote-first’, meaning we will offer the option to work in an office or remotely for the vast majority of roles.”

Many of the platform's employees are currently working from home due to the pandemic and up to 60% of all employees for the company I’ve been estimated to continue working remotely following the restrictions being removed around COVID-19.

It was also worth noting that Armstrong said in the letter that’s keeping 6 feet between each employee at its headquarters in San Francisco would be impossible. Keeping his employees safe is the top priority from the looks of things.

Adding into the letter, Armstrong said that the vision for the platform is to create a world with a more economically free way of life, and not being tied to one location is a key part of that goal. He added that what they do today could have a big influence on other companies and how they progress during the situation.

It will be interesting to see how this situation plays out. For more news on this and other crypto updates, keep it with CryptoDaily!

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