Norwegian Crypto exchange CEO believes in growth, despite turbulence

In a market on its way down, the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange Firi, Thuc Hoang, is positive about the future.

CEO of Firi, Thuc Hoang | Photo: Firi

The value of the cryptocurrency market has fallen dramatically this year. The largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, has dropped by 51.69% at the time of writing, according to MarketWire.

One consequence has been the board and investors of Firi, a crypto exchange, asking for more cost-effective operations, which has led to another staff cut.

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