Location: New York City, NY OR San Francisco, CA

At dYdX Trading, you will have an opportunity to build state-of-the-art decentralized technology that will redefine global financial markets. By joining us at this early stage you will make fundamental decisions that will shape the course of dYdX.

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ABOUT dYdX

  • We’ve built the world’s leading decentralized exchange for advanced trading of crypto assets
  • dYdX is founded by an ex-Coinbase, ex-Uber engineer, with a Princeton CS background. Our team has previous experience at Google, Bloomberg, Amazon, Facebook, Lyft, NerdWallet and other top companies
  • We're a world-class team with top backers and advisors, including Andreessen Horowitz, Polychain Capital, Paradigm, DeFiance Capital, Brian Armstrong, Fred Ehrsam, Naval Ravikant, Elad Gil and more

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  • You will work cross-functionally on the growth team and assist on designing, implementing, and tracking all initiatives relating to user growth of the platform. This includes new and existing user programs + promotions, external partnerships, affiliates, sponsorships, events, and marketing. 
  • Drive data analysis and tracking of campaigns and core Growth KPIs; create and manage various data dashboards for Company wide dissemination.
  • Assist with various business development initiatives relating to integrating dYdX products/data across the ecosystem.
  • Drive growth and management of the affiliate program and design additional avenues of expansion. Manage specific relationships with core affiliates and conduct outbound sourcing to acquire new relationships.
  • Conduct market research and competitive analysis to help dYdX expand into new regions across the world.
  • Create user surveys and work with the Product team to iterate on commonly requested features.
  • Communicate various announcements, upgrades, and new features with the dYdX community.

 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • 1-4 years experience
  • Deep understanding of the global crypto ecosystem, exchange landscape, and the dYdX product
  • Deep desire to grow dYdX’s user base globally
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to create, organize, and manage a variety of campaigns globally while tracking performance data and continually iterating on approaches
  • Execution-oriented and self-driven
  • Project management, time management, and ability to multitask

 

NICE TO HAVES:

  • Prior experience in a growth role at a crypto protocol or company
  • SQL proficiency

 

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