Coinbase CFO: Customers Are Safe on Our Platform

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Coinbase CFO: Customers Are Safe on Our Platform

Coinbase’s Chief Financial Officer Alesia Haas talks about the slump in cryptocurrencies, the collapse of crypto exchange FTX.com, and why they’re cutting 60 jobs. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: The Close.” Follow Bloomberg for business news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: m Connect with us on… Twitter: s Facebook: / Instagram: n

7 thoughts on “Coinbase CFO: Customers Are Safe on Our Platform”

  1. Safe? Uhm Coinbase has been halting withdrawals left and right. How do you call that safe?

  2. I'm not so sure about that. Their problems are just starting. Coinbase even went public while not yet registered as a broker, which is technically illegal.

  3. So, if Coinbase can be trusted, how come they didn’t disclose their patent infringement lawsuit to their stockholders? They are violating Veritaseum Inc’s IP and despite their claims, their profits are non-existent. So much for transparency and being different from other exchanges right?

  4. Haven't used Coinbase since the day they asked your physical address just for taking withdrawals. Like why would they need that? Its an invasion of privacy if you ask me. They might be just a bank rather than an exchange.

  5. Best thing to do now is to stop your use of Coinbase. After what Circle and Coinbase did with the latest Tornado Cash incident, I no longer trust them and will never buy or use their services again. I don't want to jeopardize my money.

  6. What about ask her on why Armstrong sold his stocks during the first day Coinbase was listed on Nasdaq? Kinda seem sketchy to me

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