AVC readers may have noticed that I didn’t blog here yesterday.

That’s because I blogged on instead, about our most recent investment.

You can read that post here.


Comments (Archived):

  1. michaelamar

    I actually thought you were unwell until I read this. Glad to hear.

    1. Dan Moore

      I thought the same! Now he has to put an asterisk next to any “I’ve been blogging at AVC every day for X years” claims 🙂

    1. Kirsten Lambertsen

      Best comment of the day 🙂

  2. jason wright

    is this the web 3.0 equivalent of 1.0 porn?cats are aliens in disguise. the Egyptians knew it. i know it. this proves it. they’re taking over. run for your lives!

  3. Vendita Auto

    Its all in the packaging whats the crypto version of a live bird

  4. LE

    This is the key point from the blog post for the future direction and potential of this investment:We also think digital collectibles and all of the games they enable will be one of the first, if not the first, big consumer use cases for blockchain technologies.Congratulations also to @WilliamMougayar who was an angel investor in cryptokitties .

  5. Amar

    This is a solid development. This is one of the most clear signs of marketing taking over the job of value creation on top of a technology stack. The technology has been struggling to articulate a market that goes beyond speculation and a “store of value” hypothesis.[1]This is creating need by creating artificial supply constraints around a demand that does not exist 🙂 Love the power of marketing![1] Before I get my ears talked off. Yes I get the beauty of an elegant decentralized smart contract framework. But clearly that beauty is lost to the masses.