Armstrong wrote in an open letter distributed Sunday that Coinbase had “an objective culture,” and that the trade would not take part in “more extensive cultural issues” or engage worker conversations about it.
After the letter, Armstrong circled an all inclusive notice advising Coinbase representatives that in the event that they didn’t care for the strategy they could take a “liberal” severance bundle.
Twitter CEO Dorsey reacted that by the very demonstration of being a crypto trade, Coinbase was at that point extremist by definition and there’s no reason for imagining in any case.
“Bitcoin (otherwise known as ‘crypto’) is immediate activism against a mysterious and exclusionary monetary framework which contrarily influences such an extensive amount our general public. Imperative to in any event recognize and associate the related cultural issues your clients face every day. This deserts individuals,” Dorsey tweeted.
The to and fro comes when strains in the U.S. are bubbling over with COVID-19, common turmoil and now a warmed presidential race between officeholder President Donald Trump and previous Vice President Joe Biden.
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