Ledger lays off 12% of staff, citing ‘macroeconomic headwinds’ By Cointelegraph


Pascal Gauthier, CEO and chair of hardware crypto wallet manufacturer Ledger, has announced the firm will be reducing its staff by 12%.

In an Oct. 5 blog post, Gauthier said the staff cuts had been made “for the longevity of the business,” citing the 2022 bear market and the collapse of firms including FTX and Voyager Digital. Based on data from LinkedIn, Ledger may have had around 734 employees at the time of publication, suggesting that roughly 88 people may have lost their jobs.