In this week’s list we have insights from the guy who raised millions in venture capital, an online moderator game and a list on some creative AI designs.
We caught up with our friends over in Latvia behind the scenes at TechChill to find out what they’re planning for this year’s main event in Riga & can’t wait to share the excitement with you all!
This week’s list touches on different topics like the current state of French Tech, designing tokens, hacking communities and even alien life on exoplanets.
This year in Berlin, pan-European seed stage VC Speedinvest will be hosting their annual Marketplace Conference that brings together hundreds of founders, investors, and leaders from across Europe’s marketplaces ecosystem.
Hello from Helsinki! If you’re reading this on December 2nd, it’s already day 2 of one of the last IRL event of the season for me. Next is Digital Summit in Valencia. It will probably be the last one until spring 2022 given the current state of COVID-19 in Europe.
This special community edition list is dedicated to the foundations, strategy, projects and tools being used by the best web3 community builders today, curated just for you!
Did you know that your 139 millionth great grand parent was a lizard? And that you share a common ancestor with the bird flying in front of your window?
“As a father and venture capitalist, it became evident how important it is for the black community to be able to create generational wealth.” – Michael Lints, Executive Producer, Broken Chains; Partner, Golden Gate Ventures
Here’s a quick rundown of interesting articles blooming in my digital garden this week; including strategy, VC, people & community – enjoy!
Atomico’s State of European Tech team just announced that they’re creating 10 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and awarding them to members of the tech community. We talked to Sarah Guemouri, co-author of the State of European Tech report, about the launch.
A lot of community and NFTs in this week’s reading list. Well NFT is mostly about community as well.
This week is deep. Starting with two books I’d like to read about lost cities and the pseudo-science of trees. A stressful reckoning of our growing incapacity to acknowledge the weakness of our civilization.
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