Ep. 38 How a Crypto Fund Made $1M a Day Selling Bitcoin in South Korea

by Joshua Frank 0 min March 8, 2021
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For the first time Alex Friedberg and JJ Petersen (Co-Founders at BXB Capital) share the crazy story about how they managed to make more than $1M a day in 2017 on the “Kimchi” premium.

JJ and Alex also discuss the launch of the first Korean Won backed Stablecoin, Binance Korea, and the new trading strategies they have immersed themselves in.

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Josh Frank

Joshua Frank

Prior to co-founding The TIE, Joshua worked at SS&C Technologies where he helped develop post-trade technological solutions for the world’s leading custodians, brokers, and asset managers. Identifying a lack of trusted and transparent data and technology in the digital asset space, Joshua decided to leave his role at SS&C to build The TIE full-time in March 2018. The TIE is the premiere provider of actionable data-driven intelligence to the leading hedge funds, exchanges, researchers, token issuers, publications, custodians, and digital asset market participants. The TIE's Crypto SigDev™ Terminal aggregates and transforms real-time news and information from thousands of disparate sources into meaningful and actionable intelligence to help organizations identify alpha, reduce risk, and improve efficiency.