The past few weeks have been extremely volatile for the crypto market, but that’s not stopping some of the biggest players from forging ahead. Coinbase is the second largest crypto exchange by volume, and FTX, the third largest crypto exchange, has just been dethroned.
We’ll dive deep into the CEO and co-founder of Coinbase, Brian Armstrong’s thoughts on the collapse of FTX, the regulation and stability of the crypto industry, and much more when he virtually joins us on stage. at TechCrunch Sessions: Crypto Thursday, November 17.
This year, Coinbase also launched initiatives like its NFT market in the hope of attracting new audiences and politicians dashboards to educate U.S. customers about congressman crypto friendliness. In 2021, Coinbase went public on the Nasdaq and hit all-time highs of around $353 per share, but has since fallen 86% to around $56 per share, according to current price The data.
Armstrong is a former Airbnb software engineer and co-founded Coinbase 10 years ago in San Francisco with former forex trader Fred Ehrsam, who left the company in 2017.
TC Sessions: Crypto takes place on November 17 in Miami. This is one of the most pivotal points in crypto history – don’t miss your chance to hear current analysis and learn what you need to do to keep your crypto business on track. . Buy your pass today be in the room and in the know.
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