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I am a third-year finance Ph.D. student at MIT Sloan, interested in cryptocurrencies, entrepreneurship, and labor. Recently I worked on an anatomy of the largest stablecoin run using depositor-level data from the blockchain. I studied statistics at the University of Chicago, where I briefly researched the IPO market in China. I received B.S. in mathematics (summa cum laude) from UCLA, where I worked on large-scale optimization algorithms. A native of Zhengzhou, China, I constantly miss hulatang (a spicy soup). 

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