C-Level executive Jeremy Henrickson leaves Coinbase
December 12, 2018, 6:56AM EST
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Jeremy Henrickson, who held a role of chief product officer at Coinbase, has left the firm after two and half years in the position. As reported by CoinDesk, Henrickson's departure follows a number of key exits at Coinbase and comes at a critical junction for the firm. The cryptocurrency exchange recently announced that they're exploring support for 30 additional cryptoassets and listed four additional tokens on the same day. In addition to Henrickson, VP and general manager of Coinbase institutional Adam White left in October to join Bakkt, the cryptocurrency venture at Intercontinental Exchange. (Source: CoinDesk)
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