Coinbase Senior Software Engineer Left This Week, Unclear if Departure Linked to New Policy

Andrei Anisimov, whose LinkedIn profile still describes him as a "Senior Software Engineer" at Coinbase, tweeted on Saturday that this was his last week when exchanging cryptocurrencies. At the time of going to press, it wasn't clear whether Anisimov was one of the 60 people who accepted a severance package offered this week.
In a company-wide memo CoinDesk received earlier this week, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong informed employees that 5% of the company's 1,200 employees had accepted the severance package offered last week.
The severance payment offer was made in response to disagreements over Armstrong's recent statement that his company's policy was not to get involved in "broader societal issues" or to entertain employee discussions about them.
According to LinkedIn, Anisimov had been on the exchange for a little over a year.
A direct message to him on Twitter looking for a comment was read but not immediately replied to. In another tweet, he praised his previous company and said, "If you're thinking of joining Coinbase - don't hesitate, it will be worth it."
Read more: 5% of Coinbase employees accept a severance offer through an "apolitical" attitude
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Coinbase Senior Software Engineer left this week, unclear whether the departure is linked to a new policy
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Coinbase Senior Software Engineer left this week, unclear whether the departure is linked to a new policy
Coinbase Senior Software Engineer left this week, unclear whether the departure is linked to a new policy

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