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Fred Ehrsam
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Richard Craib Jun 5
P2P file-sharing changed the world using reputation systems *without crypto incentives*. Imagine what we can do with them.
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Fred Ehrsam Jun 5
Replying to @danielgross
Key insight you imply here is the inherently relative nature of reputation. This plus Eigentrust () is probably a good starting point.
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Fred Ehrsam Jun 4
"Markets beat hierarchies when sourcing information about the future"
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Fred Ehrsam Jun 2
Replying to @soonaorlater
Illidan Stormrage or Young Thug?
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Fred Ehrsam May 28
Where are you finding the total participation 65 --> 82 chart?
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Fred Ehrsam May 23
Hoodie is absurd. Put hood up and was at risk for never taking off.
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Fred Ehrsam May 23
Proudly both 👾
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Fred Ehrsam May 23
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Fred Ehrsam May 13
Replying to @FEhrsam
It’s under-*appreciated* rather than underrated because simplicity is the output, hiding the intelligence.
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Fred Ehrsam May 13
Replying to @FEhrsam
Why? Being great at ambiguity reduction requires modeling all the potential branches of a statement (understanding the statement well yourself) plus modeling all observer minds (understanding the audience) to predict where misunderstandings are likely to occur.
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Fred Ehrsam May 13
Under-appreciated dimension of intelligence: ambiguity reduction. It’s demonstrated both in forming statements and clarifying the statements of others.
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Fred Ehrsam May 10
Crypto is the most fertile testing ground for novel governance and monetary policies. One of the best examples, , now getting run in the wild with over $1m submitted.
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Fred Ehrsam May 9
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Fred Ehrsam May 3
Replying to @hasufl @allenf32
Entourage is in a similar category: shows people what they want to believe rather than likely reality.
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Hayden Adams 🦄 Apr 23
1/ I'm thrilled to announce that I formed a company dedicated to building open finance products on and Last week marked the close of a seed round from . Beyond excited to be working with , , , and
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Fred Ehrsam Apr 22
Replying to @blakeir
~Yelp, but for people~
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Fred Ehrsam Apr 16
Replying to @Goltra
Good thought. Arch is close but slightly different - describes the chief of a category rather than people in a category who service other people in that same category.
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Fred Ehrsam Apr 16
Replying to @therulernyc
Another missing term: a pro that other pros in the field disproportionately respect. For example, Slick Rick () for rappers.
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Fred Ehrsam Apr 16
Replying to @_gsmadi
I like the general “metaprofessional”
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Fred Ehrsam Apr 16
Does a good word/phrase exist that defines the idea of a pro’s pro? Ex: a barber’s barber, the CIO of a family office of a CIO, a lawyer who represents lawyers, etc.
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