🎙️ The Fourth Crypto Cycle | Chris Dixon
General partner of a16z discusses how blockchain technology can impact the world’s 4 billion internet users
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📺 The Fourth Crypto Cycle | Chris Dixon
January 11th, 2021
Chris Dixon is a general partner at a16z, a famous private American venture capital firm that has specialized in technologies related to the growth of the internet and computation.
Chris transcends the pre-internet, post-internet, pre-crypto-and post-crypto worlds of investing and venture capital, so his perspective is rich, deep, and consistent with the themes that transcend these revolutions.
Coming from a16z, Chris approaches this industry from a technological perspective, rather than a monetary one, and seems to be steering the a16z Crypto Fund ship in the direction that typical silicon valley venture capital investors focus on: how can blockchain technology meaningfully impact the 4 billion users of the internet.
This conversation with Chris was fast-paced and vibrant! Tune in to hear one of Tech's most experienced investors!
Resources mentioned in the podcast
Read these a16z resources on crypto:
Crypto startup school - fantastic educational content(particularly for builders)
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