The general partner of Andreesen Horowitz named Chris Dixon has announced that a new and fresh crypto currency related startup school will be launched today at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco.
According to Dixon the company won’t look for the equity and will only focus on the learning. They want to provide the best way to teach the best practices among the students in the field of crypto currency. Today, Dixon on the stage said to Josh Constine of the TechCrunch that they were going to open a startup school to provide the knowledge among the students and they were also going to open it for crypto specific opening and all that they had learnt for the previous 7 years as the best practices in that category.
Based on the Dixon speech, the company is not tending to charge a penny for the course and even they won’t consider any equity among the companies that will participate. All that they are going to do is to push the category advance and to help the crypto startups to get advancing. Chris Dixon strongly hopes that on the basis of the good will of providing the education for free, the startups who are going to participate can end up having a chat with the a16z about getting an investment. He also made it clear that this investment is not a requirement.
Last year, the company established a crypto fund, made a clear agreement to the crypto. The established crypto fund was run by Dixon and Katie Haun. At that time, Dixon said to TechCrunch that the announcement which his firm had invested already in 20 crypto companies just before establishing a devoted fund to crypto, and the companies included Ripple, Coinbase and so on in 2013.
The company has now created a page at the company’s website for the companies which were interested signing up for the startup of this crypto school.