“This is not the experience I wanted for you,” CEO Brian Armstrong wrote before turning off their access to workplace systems.
The news blindsided over 300 incoming hires and left them scrambling to clean up the crypto exchange's mess, according to interviews with 17 people.
Additionally, the company said it would extend what had been a temporary hiring freeze “for as long as this macro environment requires.”
The major exchange used the term, meaning "We're All Gonna Make It," even as its earnings report fell short of expectations in several departments.
Trades were frozen hours after adding support.