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The #1 podcast for crypto natives to learn about new concepts, trends and projects in blockchain, DeFi, NFTs and Web 3.

Jason Choi (@mrjasonchoi) goes deep into the technology and economics behind crypto projects to dissect trends and themes in a global context.

Strictly not financial advice.

Nov 14, 2022

Last week was one of the darkest weeks for the crypto industry - the implosion of one of the largest crypto exchanges that no one saw coming.

In this episode, Blockcrunch Host Jason Choi recounts the entire FTX saga all the way from FTX's 2019 beginnings to the aftermath of the implosion.

Host: Jason Choi @mrjasonchoi . Not financial advice.

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(00:00:00) – Introduction
(00:01:30) – Alameda's Raise in 2019
(00:03:14) – Raising for FTX
(00:06:13) – Becoming One of the Largest Exchanges
(00:09:36) – Achieving Mainstream Awareness
(00:11:21) – The Start of FTX's Collapse
(00:14:27) – FTX's Implosion
(00:23:08) – Hacked and Siphoning of Funds
(00:24:31) – The Aftermath

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Disclaimer: The Blockcrunch Podcast (“Blockcrunch”) is an educational resource intended for informational purposes only. Blockcrunch produces a weekly podcast and newsletter that routinely covers projects in Web 3 and may discuss assets that the host or its guests have financial exposure to. Views held by Blockcrunch’s guests are their own. None of Blockcrunch, its registered entity or any of its affiliated personnel are licensed to provide any type of financial advice, and nothing on Blockcrunch’s podcast, newsletter, website and social media should be construed as financial advice. Blockcrunch also receives compensation from its sponsor; sponsorship messages do not constitute financial advice or endorsement.