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Google Fires Hundreds of Workers in Voice Assistant and Hardware Teams
Google recently laid off hundreds of employees from its Voice Assistant and hardware teams. The layoffs are part of the company's cost-cutting measures and strategic restructuring amidst the rising competition from companies like Microsoft and OpenAI.
BlackRock's Strategic Shift: Layoffs Amidst Bitcoin ETF Anticipation
BlackRock Inc plans to lay off 600 employees, following a similar pattern from 2023. Meanwhile, it eagerly awaits the SEC's decision on its Bitcoin ETF application, a potential game-changer in the crypto market.
Nigerian Crypto Startup Lazerpay to Shut Down Operations
Lazerpay, a Nigerian crypto and Web3 company, announced its shutdown due to a lack of funding. Founder Emmanuel Njoku emphasized the impact Lazerpay had in the crypto ecosystem and recommended users withdraw their funds by April 30. The company is also inviting offers to purchase its intellectual property.
Crypto Bank Anchorage Cuts 20% of Workforce
Anchorage Digital has laid off 75 employees, citing regulatory uncertainty and market volatility. The crypto bank expressed confidence in the digital asset landscape but acknowledged headwinds for its business and the crypto industry.
India’s WazirX Lays Off 40% Of Workforce, Triggered by Market Hardship
WazirX has joined the growing list of crypto firms reducing headcount amid the ongoing market crash
Hong Kong’s OSL and US-Based Abra Become the Latest Crypto Firms to Announce Layoffs
OSL and Abra have announced job cuts as they grapple with slowing growth triggered by harsh reality facing the crypto market.
Bitoasis Layoffs 5% Workforce as Bear Market Concern Grows
Bitoasis is the latest company to acknowledge the effects of the current crypto bear markets that have triggered much bigger layoffs in major crypto firms.

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