Coinbase CEO has ‘never been more bullish’ even after $430M Q1 loss

Coinbase CEO has ‘never been more bullish’ even after $430M Q1 loss


Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has disclosed its first net loss as a public company of $430 million in Q1, but CEO Brian Armstrong said on an earnings call that he’s “never been more bullish on where we are as a company.”

In its first quarter 2022 report Coinbase disclosed that revenue had dropped 27% to $1.17 billion, down from $1.6 billion in the first quarter of 2021 and a long way off its Q4 2021 revenue of $2.5 billion. Monthly transacting users also dropped by over 19% to 9.2 million, from last quarter’s 11.4 million.

Shares of Coinbase had already fallen by over 16% to close at $73 over the day, and after the earnings disclosure after hours trading saw the price fall further to $61 at the

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