Are you curious about the buzz surrounding blockchain technology and its role in shaping the digital landscape? Join us for an exclusive live taping of the Next Big Idea podcast, where renowned venture capitalist Chris Dixon of Andreessen Horowitz will share his bold vision for Web3 — and offer actionable insights that will help creators, entrepreneurs, and executives thrive in the internet’s next era.
As the head of a16z crypto, which has committed more than $7 billion to blockchain technologies, Chris is excited about the future: “Blockchains solve the same problems that other digital services solve. But with better outcomes.”
His vision for how blockchains could change the internet is nothing short of revolutionary. He believes they have the potential to reshape social networks, empower users over corporate interests, underpin marketplaces that facilitate commerce, and enable new forms of monetizable media, immersive digital worlds, and artificial intelligence services.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to delve into the world of Web3, explore the possibilities of a blockchain-powered internet, and network with like-minded individuals. Attendees will also receive a free copy of Chris’s new book, Read Write Own: Building the Next Era of the Internet. Reserve your spot now!
SCHEDULE5:30 – 6 pm | Doors open/cocktails
6 – 7:30pm | Discussion
7:30 – 8pm | Cocktails
GUEST SPEAKERSChris Dixon is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz (“a16z”), where he made early investments in Oculus (acquired by Facebook), Coinbase (which went public in 2021), and many other successful companies. Chris now leads a16z crypto, which has over $7 billion in committed capital dedicated to crypto and web3 technologies. A graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Business School, his writing has appeared in The Atlantic, WIRED, and on his influential blog, cdixon.org.
Rufus Griscom co-founded Nerve.com, Babble.com, and most recently the Next Big Idea Club. He has discussed the future of technology on the Next Big Idea podcast with thinkers like Steven Pinker, Yuval Noah Harari, and Paul Bloom.