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huh
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say well right now
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thank you very much for the morning laces element of
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um let me just recap we have here chaney berkeley his uh c. oh
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out eventually and he's investing in projects related to uh yeah i
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or takes instead of things and uh his point is it's all about the network effect
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and then we have cassie than a few from suburban capital um i had found
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and an accelerator and his point is what jane start else they need us
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and then we have a ditch obvious from conceal a um can say listen accelerator and
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investor in importance startups and had eddie has a lot of experience in china
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i don't know what his point is but i'll make sure to asking later yeah
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i'm finally we have richard your head from all the notion
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um and also has been involved in starting funding and building internet businesses
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he says the trip to whom is much more than just a new model
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of crowd founding vocalisation will lead to bad to allocate capital
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and to start we all know that there are there
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is more money going to watch and start else
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via i. c. o. stand venture capital william already said that but my first question would be
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have you been surprised how fast this one and um or
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what was it more like i told you so
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can see start shock that one um stuff away of super surprised
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the velocity of changes in the plot chain funding spaces changing
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um so fast in so many ways uh it's catching everybody that's price
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special silicone valley theses as well there's so much formal going well
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and um with all the regulatory changes that's very fast paced
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oh so many new thinking and so many new process of getting developed yeah
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okay is there anybody who disagrees in the sense i well i was surprised
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i was like yeah points um i was a kicking around in twenty
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thirteen and a lot of people have got rich pedigrees this basis
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uh uh you know we've we've been through a couple of weeks is already in terms of the progress as a at that point in time i didn't
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think it was moving fast at all um and and even now you know
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there's a a lot of you know noise and and and heat
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um and then the reason progress but uh you know i think we still got a along part go to to
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really even understand how we embrace is the opportunity and and make
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the changes to depression vesting and and so forth and
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okay um what are the biggest differences between i. c. e. o.'s and traditional v. c. when it
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comes to funding uh startups um i know there are at town of our humans um that
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why a box and uh i see those are appealing but i just wanna hear your favourite one frame
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uh yes i mean i think the key distinctions and uh um best thing and all that
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stuff and uh so uh if if executed well the investing in that actually called me
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uh i'm actually you're packing it coming it's it's actually to lasso whilst uh
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and of course you have fiscal two units of actively seeking the project
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uh and i can't but i think it fits uh ca and the reality is if it's done correctly
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it should be an open source project uh and that kind of really changes the the dynamics because
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if you look at a typical v. c. investing in ninety percent to start with file
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uh and and all that he was lost and generally you know it's all know how can i the team to supplied
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um so that's really inefficient allocation of capital is really inefficient way to do innovation
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and what's most excited about the spaces the um copies of previously developing proprietor technology
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and probably on that trajectory of that in ninety percent that will file
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um on our looking at open sourcing there i pay seventy that's the most exciting thing
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but it also makes 'em investing the space i think last fragile which is why
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um i mean you know you you can talk about evaluations all this kind of stuff but you're not
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valuing a stock so your valuing the ability the community
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to execute 'em on an open source project
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to a great thing there is that it's much less likely to fail um because even
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if anyone teen files to execute it's like consoles the committee can pick it up
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um so i i look at almost as a as a relay race rather than a a sprint huh okay
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richard yet but i did pick up on that but uh i think it by much doesn't agree i'm uh
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also like to thank all the folders in such a tremendous of that thing will rates and by
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it people are are here and then you know stepping back a little bit and i started
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a building separate companies back in uh the not the on nineties and whether i um
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look at this is that um this is kind of the fourth age of open source
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and you have to kind of very early stage when it was um the the total parts and maverick
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so maybe the defence contractors who are involved in and then you have the efforts to fund it
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no this isn't so what and then we've kind of got him to the
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age now when open source is being captured by the take a corpse
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make money out of our data and software they don't actually i'm i'm and now this age is exciting
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because there's of an alternative a form of funding and i and i agree with jamie that
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some of the network effects there and the strength of the community mean
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then maybe some inner downside protection um and it's exciting because
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we have this fundamental invention around consensus algorithms um what
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i've taken to calling a truth as a service um
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should get into interesting philosophical debates about what
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ruth is um and i think you've when you combine those building blocks of open source software
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with the building blocks of you know truth as a service and the network effects that are possible um there's just a from
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normal wave of um companies to be built all communities to develop
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going forward and that's a great opportunity for enter investing
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okay you're talking about the network effect eddie um do you see something different or
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is that your main point as as well oh why's it so appealing
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years they've i think a network effect is a big part of these equation um
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i you know if i if i look at it in a very personal
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manner i remember in the nineties uh you know we make a
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lot of these parallel between the nineties the you know all the i.
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p. o.s at the end of the nineties and these team of
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i seals currently i see a lot of parallels lacy magazines drawing i see events
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getting full and and filled with a lot of people which is great
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and also remember that in the nineties when i discovered internet and
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i may be the case for the people i was thinking
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you know if i could just get one dollar from anyone connected
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on the internet i could find so many things right
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and the main barrier to find anything we one dollar back in the nineties was
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um first of all that was not that easy us today to send
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money around of course all the technical part with the currency
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but of course the regulated party we're not supposed to solicit money from
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everywhere around the world right so i think they i seal
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has been opening the doors to something that the internet uh could
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have been don't could've been doing before just basically tap into
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the well of of the whole plan it really and the only limit is
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today still of course the regulate we won but you know you still have people interested
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all over the world to participate in in large companies now we all know that
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you know it's not so easy to be infeasible going google because you
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know you don't actually have access to the right people at
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the right time except sure what is off a lot of interest to me now with the a seals is this kind of
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if we go back in time so two thousand thirteen i start investing the space i
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saw a lot of challenges that the startup tab and i feel that ice y'all
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partly of feels these challenges i think they were challenges in terms of
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explaining to the sees a their model so sometimes the model didn't
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make sense commercially you know very early i mean like jamie was
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saying open source it doesn't make sense when you tell people
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gonna on the company that doesn't all my p. right so how do you
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make money and then you have to go to the commercial model but
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for many of these companies including the ones that are doing i see all the commercial
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model and liabilities not here so so what what what does that mean for traditional
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this is too they miss out or day on on the way down
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uh if you do they miss out right now by not being in this scene i sealed yes
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yeah i think so i think so i think uh we're
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lucky because we are investors in the space so naturally
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we came into the ice you will buy a because we were in the space in the
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first place not because we chose to start investing and i sealed but just because
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a lot of the companies like talk to now they say hey we don't want equity we don't
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want your money and give you shears we just we just want to um you know
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we just want we should tokens and and try to take advantage of that yeah i'm gonna
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build a one of a these points um i i look at you know to
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and and then talk about the second one but i i totally agree that you
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know the question of the global allocation of capital is the most exciting one
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so in about two thousand seven i was told by hate for and a
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headphone friend of mine that um that was some very small single digit
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of the world financial assets on the man for the what allocated to alternative investments
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um i was astonished that it was just a few single you know the single digits and i was that
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it's thomas that alternative assets included all the venture capital and all
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the private equity and real estate and for me this is
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is a star guy this is crazy that such a small amount of capital was allocated that way in the the
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rest the planet was service sitting on my cash when we could be actually improving the wealth and
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yeah i think you actually the numbers are a little bit higher that as a as
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a percentage i think and it's kind of improving gradually but it's still got a
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long way to go and we can if we can unlock that and then do it
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in an intelligent way that's a tremendous opportunity but with the point about venture
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yep i think obviously venture capital funds at the moment may be
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constrained by that the limited partner agreements from investing and becomes
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a more normal securities but of course that's something that can
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be accommodated of and my point would be that um
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the very essence of great adventure investing is the relationship you
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can try to develop an when with the the
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option uh and that is absolutely call even if these new projects are emerging because you have to be
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at at the the point which you need to invest that maybe all of the race
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and i but i i would say the games change slightly in that and so
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i think somebody on one of the previous panel side and he felt that tokens and words and
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put a shadow on equities inviting the feature now that's debatable but one one things to show
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but the contagion of tokens is breaking after plot changes going into a lot the task example ally
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well well we well we invest where you need network effect you need lots of data and
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so i definitely think it's it's it's something that's gonna become a trend and
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um the challenge at the moment is is as you said you know i know a lot of feces that were previously saying well we have got um she whether
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l. p.'s we call invest in these and i found a way around it i had her capital all of them and uh any number of others and
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so i think that's a problem i think the problem ultimately is um i'm sure we we'll get is people don't come to
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us for money i mean really you know they can raise more money than we've got enough runs right in thirty minutes
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you know so i um what what i wanted somebody
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to help navigate spice and and right now
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well we're investing really had a it's in in what the what happened with which
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is these uh building titular colonies so this new dissipated quick to economics
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um which many dismay since i will you call having a form of activities it's not unusual economics is basically
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how can you and take behavioural economics and start to have these things um design
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bottom up with fiscal policy much you policy to behave like comments and
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i think you're right now what we're doing is we're laying the foundations for the next
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a digital infrastructure next call means um and that full and as investors what
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what what the communities need is guidance on how how structure these things
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um and most difficulties we just don't have factor than not native to the
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spice i'm not saying we have they also that it's it's uh
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totally new space but for example uh we have a pop shit with
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imperial college and the economics department and the computer science department
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um and so when we we're we we're really invest now when tokens where we're involved in the bottom up design
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um it leveraging imperial and to build incentives and disincentives to make sure the sink the haitian right why
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and the more even simulating how how that performs the lab environment using supercomputers the scale site
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um there it's finding different ways to provide value in a system that
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and it's definitely not only just capital but uh yeah like richard
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said before uh what is important is also the the the relationship uh
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to the start ups and if you buy shares um what
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as as a traditional v. c. you stay with the company but with token sales so you should
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be locked in you show up in something but that's not so they don't yeah because
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i i'm i'm sure you got all expand on this but i think that a lot of traditional theses that would be done things on these
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only i shy market this year because i want a liquidity events and
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so so they don't want to be locked in but for
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example we we ought to be locked or not are all holding fascists alongside the fan things to but i don't know what
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carol office a lot more flexibility into in terms of liquidity standpoint
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well making found that the v. c. model sure you can
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you get you get the option where is nasa team an awfully passers love option she'll cash at some points that's
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not especially well i think they don't want i don't really wanna long they wanna trade yeah yeah but the one that
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one of the best that it's gonna support the no it also in the way it it's more to centralise so
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previously in the v. c. model where you know a lot of lunch yes i have
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to go to different locations you know for example silicon valley to get funding
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where is in this case like which is that it's more colourblind vision and also
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in terms of category wise obscene tremendous amount of new innovation in new
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categories because lot change a lot some potential for different industries so i see
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in addition should the traditional d. c. pattern matching on teen product
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there's also level innovation turns off the sky no businesses that can
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be a lot in this new funding mechanism okay um
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and adding these explain something to me now we see big traditional v. c.
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invest in them you watch a movie season in funds and things that they don't lead directly why don't they do
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it right now is it just because of a a regulation or or other things and will that change
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um yes i mean what which i was referring to is it is
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a lot of the seas have um mandates from the limited partners
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and the that that could restrict the type of uh investment they
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do we don't have any mandate we're structure as an investment
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company so we can do whatever we want and so basically we could
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invest in any kind kind of facets but um yeah so
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in that sense uh also what is interesting because you're talking about
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locking before what is interesting is more transparent today so basically
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if people follow closely the ice he'll they would they would be
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able to know if the some of the large stakeholders are
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actually selling or not the tokens so it's quite interesting there's not usually the case with the v. c. l. v. c.
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i mean we are uh on the stock exchange but the seas are generally not on the stock exchange so they would
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be able to sell their steak and nobody nulls right well they don't really need to probably size it still
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i think the tokens in that sense give transparency to the relationship between investor and and the
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startup and so of course it would be better to just to show that you're
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supporting the menu not dumping the tokens uh two more stuff to the a seal or
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order so i think that brings an additional layer for transparency in the process okay
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klein yes we'll build on that so i mean the the beauty of the internet the beauty of this is that there's
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the capacity for commission this experimentation that applies on the products
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i'd also applies obviously on the funding side result is
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has been is gonna be the turbulence and uh that we have seen the volatility that was seen an
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but at the end of the day you know uh really the best projects in the best
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investor's gonna think about the reputation and never turns in a long time and so you know we'll
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see your uh an invention of or what really works that includes lockout building on that point
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and uh i was just reading something from michael cam overs and
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down like apple and was suggesting for example that ventures
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funds that invest in tokens should consider setting twenty five percent
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of the holding if the price is done ten x.
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'cause you can see that you know and uprising you can see transparent what's going on
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i'm not saying that that's the right on some design that people are thinking about
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what um use the right model that respects the interest of the oh he's
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uh as well as the you know the the mission to build a great company
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and is one of the one for the point that the jamie made
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you know i think you know this is about uh octane it's about um it's inflation and um but it is
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about a data that that with the service offering and
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so i think this is incredible intersection between um
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you know data run the sovereign individual and um zero
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knowledge fruits and and artificial intelligence machine learning
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that we're just beginning to to understand so i i don't think this is
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a kind of small nation itself it's a kind of fundamental component of
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many things maybe most yes it's it's the next battling little i
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i like i like i still think of this as a nation it's anyone i can sit events like this or bump into people the planes
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you know i'm gonna just typing something they looking so you're going to slice you haven't much i really need to be kept about once i think
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in in public now and um and i still think it is this nation
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we'll come to know each other from from the last few years
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but this really is the next phase where um you know we're talking about our uh to centralise web architecture
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and and i knew a funding mechanism in the killer after the third at the moment is it the
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l. c. twenty right side and and it's a combination of these things that make it really interesting
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but to just pick up all of the them points around and the idealised sonar is yes there's there's
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more accountability but the record the sad reality is at the moment but this is incredibly high
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market there's masses information asymmetry um so for example we would
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never buy something on the second the market just
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because i know how little i know i'm about that entity and so you know we only invest
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uh in a handful of uh offerings where we're deeply involved in that entity
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we can see what's going on um and i'm i'm we're actively involved
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in i think ultimately the the family for the v. c. n. i. c.
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d. c. in the space is to the signal to the market
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um and so coming back to my earlier point i think you know if you're paying
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twenty thirty deals like the old v. c. model that's a week a signal
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been doing handful um i always kind of you know i it's hard to say what would my model b.
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we get to the six train it's a spectrum buddy look actually been in the theory and you know when this was on the one that
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it's major exposures to ether theory among everything he's done is build up
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a business to support back community to execute with consensus and stuff
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um and that's made in a very very wealthy man i'm rather than the typical v. c.
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model 'cause ninety percent would fail where you have to have a portfolio of fifty or
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so of uh i mean that that's just my personal perspective but i i do think
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what are carefully consider what is the signal that were sent into the market 'cause
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the minute that we have no plans we have no purpose 'cause again they don't need
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so many of them all the time so so it's it's their shift in power
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in um now with the rise of the icy oaths of more from investors
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uh back to the founders of start up because they don't need
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investors um and their money that much because they're lazy to
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signal i mean there is signal that's important public company so this is one of the things is one of the
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things i don't think people really consider so you're when you do and i see a review or public company
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uh_huh and that's gonna be really big problem if you don't have a product you teams never worked together before
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i mean you've got here hard slog ahead of you that would normally you know you gotta make
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more mistakes when you know we get away with those now you're screwed the nicest gaelic identical it's going
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to look to the you know um the parallel say for example with a man in london
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um when you have sort of less mature companies perhaps get on a given problem stock exchange
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you know i'm listing where um you know you gotta make sure that you continue to deliver
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you know you don't wanna get into seduced by the short term capital returns you to think
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about raising the right amount of money in the living room you are kind to effectively
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sort of a long period of time so that's that's gimmicky and the the real when is
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um will be the founders to uh can be you know sophisticated about the the capital raising and the
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cowboys once you get away with stuff we could be more power to the founders right now
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um because there is you know you're talking about a global network of impressive looking best thing you
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know new projects at the same time also see that this funding model will continue to evolve
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and the landscape wise i see you know just like the traditional v.
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c. model there's the excel in or there's the seat and michael
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b. c. and then later speech p. c.'s i think there is similarly
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we're going to see the model given one one which are
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and the different stages of um the investment firms we build on you know i
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seals under which as this can someone one
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whichever more branding around investment funds
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we should uh power back a little bit putting masters lovely oh i mean
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are so i'd i'd say i wouldn't say it shifted to the found
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this because again you know that as as the say write your just one
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investor in the market investors right so i actually think the powers
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in the market yeah in the more just pasta that market where a signal in that market
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um and so i i actually think and remember my sister's open source right
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so if the founding team fell to actually keep they'll get full walked
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you know whatever that's reality that so i'd say the power is unheard of the market
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our role is just with one participant not market save the power shifted probably from the v. c. to the
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but it's it's more open it's more it's rachel spend the supply demand where
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where is you know the uh a silicon valley b. c. model everything's
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on the rap in it's it's very close that reviewers everything is it's
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a pure supply demand model okay at the only comment on that
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uh yeah that was wanted to go back to the relationship between
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investors and entrepreneurs i think it's interesting to see how this
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is no at the same time change again not changing so for example uh jimmy made a good point you said
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uh a lot of interpreters come to people like us and we don't consider i
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mean i in my company we don't consider so really like the season
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previous season you know seed investors ah and you're right you say they can't because
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they want advice but what is interesting is that the comes thinking about
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what they want and they don't even know what they need and that's something
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we want a investors in general can bring to the table is that
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at some point you know you were talking about listed companies in communication a lot
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of companies in a lot of entrepreneurs may not want or may not
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know that they need to hear the bad news you know the bad news
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the top decisions you know the thing that you have to do you
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a year after you started maybe uh you know because let's say you do a nice you in your is a lot of money ah
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the there are many ways to spend it and a year later two years later you may find yourself with tough decisions to make
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people to fire do you know the fork in the road there's was saying it's not always the market is also the founders have
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to take these decisions and that's when you may need people with experience who have seen this problem over all the start ups
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people have created startles before and this is where you know the mentor she the guidance part of the
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v. c. d.'s or a investor really can be a business angel investor comes in so i think
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that's a little bit the problem is that it's fine you that a lot of ice use may say well we don't need investors are
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capital because we can raise the money well that's fine but that's not
00:26:12
the whole solution you need to to know how to handle
00:26:15
these and they're not you know if you don explains quite tough to do the minutes for the evolution here i think just like you
00:26:21
said on top of that i think i'm in five years this
00:26:24
you know this model will continue to evolve there will be
00:26:28
select what structure from the public you know all my answers that can step in
00:26:33
how these companies to the signal to the market that this is actually a
00:26:36
good team and get project that would continue survive actually i mean it seems they
00:26:40
like it from my experience but building companies myself but also investing now
00:26:45
and covering sort of seventy eighty different you know companies and being on multiple both
00:26:50
at the same time the time on the board when you're trying to
00:26:53
have our progress the company just even have a great functioning boardrooms that what
00:26:59
meetings and discuss the points in the right way and right whatever
00:27:02
that even before you get to the substance of the points you discussing is
00:27:07
is it's you put off okay and so you know i'm you know
00:27:10
i'm money can buy a lot of money can't buy you a like this
00:27:13
them all some boredom or some sort of spell that scales so
00:27:17
okay but i already running out of time yeah but i'm just just one more question ah um
00:27:23
i would like uh to hear your answers um what is your role otherwise or worse
00:27:28
so what would your advice to the traditional b. c.'s what should
00:27:32
they do now for star investing i seals proof okay
00:27:40
and they are already look at five point right there to have fifty million
00:27:43
dollars a v. c. funding um and i think that's going to be
00:27:48
a trend this little valley i'm more more the seas looking dude just
00:27:52
supported the past i seals and which they will be last couple
00:27:57
gained another couple display more more yeah i mean the best this is
00:28:02
already doing it is to say i'm guessing for for years
00:28:06
yeah inequity in in tokens in a mix of the two from as early as possible that there are unannounced
00:28:12
i see is that i am aware of with you know you know
00:28:15
actually you know the world's greatest into camp was already involved
00:28:19
um and and that would be the prof will uh there's gonna be a lot
00:28:23
of my projects uh_huh i i think for a few years now of a
00:28:28
the the money has not been them you know it's not enough to say and uh v. c. have some money you know because there
00:28:34
are a lot of sovereign phones a lot of fans of i've been
00:28:38
coming from anywhere really maybe even before i seals you know
00:28:41
grant funding with all its uh i would say uh you know it's not so easy you
00:28:46
but cut funding we've all it's the negative effects et cetera has been going on for
00:28:51
a while and uh so basically they they have always been alternatives to be seems ones
00:28:56
just thinking that the seas oh i think uh we already transitioning into these from
00:29:02
advisory mentor she's guidance roll you know and that's what we see law to the accelerators all around the world you know
00:29:09
a lot of v. a. b. c.'s are mentors to a lot of start ups so i think that's
00:29:13
the right direction and probably ice you could accelerate the direction because in the real as well
00:29:19
i have exactly the same age anymore so let's find something to bring so basically learning
00:29:24
you know the seas we just learn learn about the community learn about the
00:29:29
the space learn about what the founders need these days is that of a living
00:29:34
no i mean i think it's gonna be a tipping point so you know most of the people in
00:29:38
traditional p. c.'s the on the stand this space all the younger guys and they're leaving in setting
00:29:44
up their own phones but generally that's happening and then within their i think if you're just a
00:29:50
v. c. um or your capital manager and you're not gonna provide any additional value other than
00:29:56
yeah monitoring the market then effectively you more the hatch and um and so are you know i
00:30:02
i think that's gonna be the difference it is gonna be a certain point where uh
00:30:06
um typical l. p.s are gonna stock just giving money to receive it doesn't understand the space
00:30:12
and the con and any particular evaluating evaluate it's required

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Conference program

Welcome and opening remarks
15 Sept. 2017 · 9:25 a.m.
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Tokens Generation on the Blockchain
William Mougayar, General Partner, Virtual Capital Ventures
15 Sept. 2017 · 9:29 a.m.
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Panel Discussion: Inside the Token Economy, moderated by David Wachsman
Alexander Bulkin, Ransu Salovaara, Dominic Zynis, John Quinn, Resp: Co-founder, CoinFund.io - CEO, TokenMarket - Co-founder, WINGS Foundation - Co-founder, Storj
15 Sept. 2017 · 9:54 a.m.
Swiss Finance in Transition
Olga Feldmeier, CEO, SMART VALOR
15 Sept. 2017 · 10:32 a.m.
Panel Discussion: IPO 2.0: How Blockchain is Disrupting Venture Capital and Investment Banking? Moderated by Marc Badertscher
Jamie Burke , Kenzi Wang, Eddy Travia, Richard Muirhead, Resp: Founder & CEO, Outlier Ventures - Managing Partner, Superbloom Capital - CEO, Coinsilium - General Partner, Open Ocean
15 Sept. 2017 · 11:19 a.m.
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Panel Discussion: State of ICO Market – Cutting through the Hype, moderated by Daniel Haudenschild
Richard Kastelein, Daniel Zakrisson, Alexander Ivanov, Miko Matsumura, Resp: Co-founder, Cryptoassets Design Group - Co-founder, Cofound.it - CEO and founder, Waves Platform - Partner, Pantera Capital
15 Sept. 2017 · 11:54 a.m.
Fireside Chat: Investor Journey: from Bitcoin to VC. Moderated by Eric van der Kleij
Richard Moorhead, Olga Feldmeier, Charles Hoskinson, Resp: General Partner, Open Ocean - CEO, Smart Valor
15 Sept. 2017 · 1:42 p.m.
Pitch DomRaider
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:19 p.m.
Pitch Science
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:30 p.m.
Pitch Swapy / Credit Dreams
Edmilson Rodrigues, CEO
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:38 p.m.
Pitch Modex
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:45 p.m.
Pitch Etherisc
Stephan Karpischek
15 Sept. 2017 · 2:54 p.m.
Pitch RecordGram
15 Sept. 2017 · 3:02 p.m.
Pitch AION / NUCO
15 Sept. 2017 · 3:11 p.m.
Pitch BitBoost
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:14 p.m.
Pitch Sweetbridge
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:20 p.m.
Pitch Streamr
Henri Pihkala, CEO
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:29 p.m.
Pitch RightMesh
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:36 p.m.
Pitch Sun Exchange
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:44 p.m.
Pitch Papyrus
15 Sept. 2017 · 4:50 p.m.
PanelDiscussion ICO Best Practice, moderated by John Hacker
Nicolai Oster, Michael Terpin, Arie Y. Levy Cohen, Andreas Glarner, Resp: Head of ICO, Bitcoin Suisse - CEO, Transform Group - President, Blockhaus - Partner, MME Legal
15 Sept. 2017 · 5:03 p.m.
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Investor Jury Announcement and Closing Remarks
Olga Feldmeier, CEO, SMART VALOR
15 Sept. 2017 · 5:50 p.m.

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