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4.4 out of 5 stars from 17 ratings
  • Order born of the chaos of digital trading cards

    There are a lot of digital card trading apps and you need someone to guide you along the trade routes that exist between them. The DxT hosts speak from experience when it comes to the high risk/high reward practice of cross trading and I'm sure they've helped the community more than they even realize.

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    Chad from Hawaii
    United States6 years ago
  • Great show for card collectors!

    I really enjoy this show! As someone who collects Star Wars, The Walking Dead, and Slam digital cards from Topps, I also get cards from Kick, Bunt, Huddle, and UFC for crosstrading. I like this show because the hosts, who are both very knowledgeable and friendly, talk about the different apps (mostly SW and Skate, but also others) and new cards and sets in the apps, as well as cross trading, trades they've made, and general trading knowledge. I'm a pretty experienced trader, but it's fun to hear... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 years ago
  • The BEST podcast for those involved with trading digital cards between apps

    Aaron and Mark do a great job of explaining their process for determing fair value when cross-trading digital cards between apps, and they give plenty of examples. They also are interesting guys that are having fun doing this. They've had a few very good guests as well, including Claudia (SWCT_info on twitter). Great podcast for digital card collectors, especially those that are interesting in trading between the card-collecting apps (Topps, Panini, Quidd, etc.)

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    United States6 years ago
  • Great show

    As a relatively new cross trader, it's nice to have some examples of how to make the most out of my cards. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 years ago
  • Great podcast, very useful

    If you collect in any of the Topps or other card trading apps this podcast is a must listen. TONS of helpful information on cross trading from anything to anything. These guys are very knowledgable and I look forward to this growing and everyone else needs to listen to their logic. Keep up the great work!

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    Dan the Beagle
    United States6 years ago

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