DeFi by Design EP#72: Building a Token Warchest w Dave Levine

Plenty of alpha leaks in this episode with DeFi power user Dave Levine!

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DeFi Slate Fam:

The winners and losers of DeFi are separated in the trenches. As market cycles shift, we are starting to see massive opportunities for growth as market cycles turn towards a new frontier.

After an initial foray in Web1, Dave Levine has been OG gem hunter in DeFi since the early days of blockchain. Fast forward a few years and Dave is hunting yield on various protocols across several chains.

In this episode of DeFi by Design, we cover the latest in stablecoin yield and other major narratives starting to catch wind as we gain momentum leading into The Merge.

Catch the conversation in the video below to learn which themes in DeFi consistently generate a winning strategy.


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