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a16z Podcast: Mental Models for Understanding Crypto Tokens


January 22, 2018 02:01

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This episode of the a16z Podcast goes deep on various trends in
cryptocurrencies -- from mental models for understanding tokens and what may
give them long-term value; to the role of stablecoins in the ecosystem; to
scaling, on-chain and off-chain protocols, forks, and more. The discussion
features general partner Chris Dixon in conversation with Nick Tomaino, the
founder of early-stage crypto venture fund 1confirmation, editor of The
Control, and former business development at Coinbase. (He is also an investor
in Basecoin, Cosmos, Ethereum, and MakerDAO.) You can also check out past
episodes in this series, covering everything from investing in
cryptocurrencies and protocols to accelerating research and practical
applications to why crypto tokens matter -- as well as a video covering the
building blocks of all things crypto -- at Read more
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