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Trading Through the Terra Crash

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Depth and Spread Episode 1
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At dYdX, we are passionate about sharing knowledge and empowering traders around the world. As such, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new podcast series: Depth and Spread. Depth and Spread is a podcast focused on trading, market microstructure and exchanges. We aim to demystify how professional traders do their job and provide insights that are as actionable and concrete as possible. We plan to release one episode per month and hope that you find the content insightful and helpful to your trading experience.

For our first episode, we introduce Josu San Martin and Matt Downey, the co-founders of Sixtant, a trading firm and market-maker. Josu and Matt tell us about piloting their firm through the recent Terra ecosystem unwind. We also speak about their typical strategies and how to think about profitability during a period of elevated volatility. Tune in to learn more!

Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/depth-and-spread/id1629482084

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5sBBxR5XKMjeotRFFAL596

Interested in learning more about Sixtant? Check out their website at https://www.sixtant.io/careers.

Want to stay in the loop about the podcast? Follow your hosts on Twitter!

Ivo: https://twitter.com/ivo_crnkovic

Josu: https://twitter.com/josusanmartin

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The opinions and information presented in this podcast (the “Podcast”) are provided for general information purposes only, and are strictly those of the persons or individuals (whether the Podcast host or guests) expressing such opinions and information, including when applicable any featured interviewee (the “Presenter”), and are not representative of any other person, including dYdX Trading Inc. or any affiliate, agent, or representative thereof (“dYdX”). Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by dYdX. Guests’ appearances on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. The content provided in this Podcast does not constitute, and should not be considered, or relied upon as, financial advice, legal advice, tax advice, investment advice, or advice of any other nature; and the information in this Podcast is not a call to action to purchase any investment, or crypto-asset, of any kind (the “Service”). By using the Service, you agree that you are responsible to conduct independent research, perform due diligence, and engage a professional advisor prior to taking any financial, tax, legal or investment action related to the subject matter presented.

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About dYdX

dYdX is the developer of a leading decentralized exchange on a mission to build open, secure, and powerful financial products. dYdX runs on audited smart contracts on Ethereum, which eliminates the need to trust a central exchange while trading. We combine the security and transparency of a decentralized exchange, with the speed and usability of a centralized exchange.