According to the study – Switzerland is less affected by the crisis of the crypto industry.

Looking at the current market conditions and after the market crash and crypto currency exchange collapse, the industry has certainly been in a shockwave and as a result, the industry has been in a lot of trouble and we can definitely say We are aware that several negative activities have been troubling the industry. In view of the negative events and negative activities of 2022, investors and customers were definitely at loss and companies at large would also suffer losses. Certainly many companies such as Coinbase and Genesis had announced layoffs as well as laid off many employees. However, crypto-friendly Switzerland hasn’t fared too well, as data collated by venture capital firms CV VC tells us. According to its Top Fifty report, 183 Swiss blockchain businesses closed last year, but 190 startups and foreign companies also opened and launched new offices. The researchers found that the Swiss Crypto Valley, centered in the canton of Zug, has almost the same number of organizations today as it did in 2021, and it currently appears to be 1,135 organizations, of which 5,766 are related to employment, i.e. they provide employment and It sits about 4 percent lower than before the crypto winter began. Going further, the most prominent Swiss-registered companies were FTX Europe and crypto assets manager Covrio. The Swiss branch of crypto lender Nexo, a crypto company based in the United Kingdom, is also under the microscope after the company’s office in Bulgaria was discovered, according to News Border. Meanwhile, other big names are also operating in this sector and certainly do not even admit to being seriously affected by volatility. For example, Switzerland’s Financial Markets Supervisory Authority blocked crypto exchange FTX’s attempt to acquire the Swiss Neue Private Bank,  insufficient regulatory oversight over the group’s global activities. If we go by the study, the valuation of these companies in the top 24 blocks increased by 55% to $9.7 billion, while crypto assets held their values significantly. The most significant gainers among them were 21 Shares, which issued crypto-backed Exchange Traded Certificates. and Gnosis Safe, which manages Ethereum-based assets. Both are said to be worth over $100,000,000.


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