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ALYSE
VC & Author (Bitcoin-centered), early blockchain investor (2013); Fintech Fellow ; in print: & .
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Erik Voorhees 12h
If true, wouldn’t that make Bitfinex like every bank in New York? (ie running fractional reserve)
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@mikko Apr 22
Replying to @mikko
In 1994, there were 3 million people online. Today, there are 4353 million people online (according to IWS)
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ALYSE Apr 22
Wonderful news Rubina! Looking forward to your work and impact at NYT. cc
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Magical Crypto Friends Apr 22
We will close with one of the first traditional venture investors in the Bitcoin ecosystem. We're really happy to announce that will be having a fireside chat with on "Investing in Bitcoin, not Blockchain". Tickets at
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Anand Sanwal Apr 18
Replying to @zoom_us
Humbled to have played a part in success having been in meetings conducted on Zoom. Great to see them IPO and so glad to be a part of it
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ALYSE Apr 16
about venture capital, especially relevant to new LPs, or potential LPs
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Clovyr Apr 16
2 days, 40+ speakers (incl. Clovyr cofounder ), a dense agenda & cute animals... We’re so excited for that we’re sponsoring 8 tix for women, URM, & students! Slide into our DMs by 4/25 with the most entertaining reasons you want to go 👏🏻☘️
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Eliot Peper Apr 13
As the plane accelerated up the runway, the little boy in the seat behind me screamed “YES! YES!!!!!” Everyone laughed and applauded. When we reached 30k feet and approached the speed of sound, I realized he was the only one who understood how miraculous our flight really was.
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ALYSE Apr 12
very Satoshi-esque, this letter 🙃
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SwiftOnSecurity Apr 8
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ALYSE Apr 5
“Lyft made a mistake [in their lock up agreement language],” one investor who bought into Lyft prior to IPO said. “People who own the stock are allowed to hedge their positions. You are not allowed to reduce your economic interest.”
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Erik Torenberg Apr 3
Replying to @eriktorenberg
You're always grateful to the person & institution who gave you your break, or first taught you something you used for a long time after.
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ALYSE Apr 3
“the power of putting people in business, & believing in people when others don't” ... orders of magnitude more powerful than any other dollar
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Kate Crawford Mar 30
Alessandro is a leading academic in the privacy space, and he’s just stepped down from Google’s controversial ‘Responsible AI’ board.
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Tanya 수정 Tarr Mar 26
What's the real lesson? show your damn work. I talked to , and Cheryl Swirnow about and the REAL lesson learned from for
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ALYSE Mar 24
Replying to @AlyseKilleen
anticipating insult, odd accusation, and misdirection on this thread in 3, 2, 1 ...
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ALYSE Mar 24
Replying to @AlyseKilleen
And a barrage of (mostly anonymous) insult, odd accusation, & intentionally misdirecting questions would be a great method of state attack against any open source project or community-based work.
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ALYSE Mar 24
Replying to @AlyseKilleen
One of the things the “ZOMG censorship” community seemingly doesn’t get it that the noise (the attacks) is itself an attempt to suppress and demotivate speech.
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ALYSE Mar 24
“the feeling that no good work will go undramaed” - nullc - A great thread at the link below, incl. an example of the social attacks nullc describes. (IMO the attacks consciously intend to slow work + prevent opportunity for high-value discussions.)
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