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The #1 podcast for crypto natives to learn about new concepts, trends and projects in blockchain, DeFi, NFTs and Web 3.

Jason Choi (@mrjasonchoi) goes deep into the technology and economics behind crypto projects to dissect trends and themes in a global context.

Strictly not financial advice.

Sep 27, 2022

Many businesses have been disrupted by technology - Electric Capital thinks investing is no different


Electric Capital, a crypto VC fund with more than $1 billion AUM, hires Software Engineers and Designers instead of Financiers to manage its fund. 


Today, Managing Partner Avichal from Electric Capital shares with us:


  • Thesis on Software Eating Money
  • DAOs as Internet-native corporations
  • Importance of UI/UX to onboard the next billion users
  • Great Thinkers = Good Founders


Host: Jason Choi @mrjasonchoi . Not financial advice.


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(00:00:00) – Introduction

(00:02:32) – Avichal’s hop from Facebook to managing $1b fund

(00:07:15) – Thesis on Software eating Money

(00:13:05) – 3 things Electric’s Engineers do

(00:16:26) – Why is Electric bullish on DAOs

(00:25:29) – Examples of good DAO governance

(00:31:30) – Good UI/UX to onboard next billion users

(00:37:36) – Identifying unobvious but good investments

(00:40:33) – Investing in great founders

(00:44:42) – Will crypto fail because of regulation


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