Chris Dixon has announced new free crypto schools focus on educating startups. The announcement was made at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco.
The crypto school according to Chris is to provide a way to teach some best practices in the emerging field of cryptocurrency. The firm will not charge anyone money neither will it take up equity in the companies that participates in the school’s training sessions. According to Chris,
We are going to run a startup school for crypto-specific startups ad what we’ve learned over the last 7 years as best practices in this category.
Chris Dixon revealed that they are going to push the category forward and help crypto startups get going. Chris hopes that startups who participate in this educational program may end up having access to investment from a16z. However, Chris made it clear that participation in the school is not a requirement.
According to TechCrunch, Dixon already runs a Crypto Fund with Katie Haun which was established last year. However, prior the estabslishment of the crypto fund, the firm which Chris Dixon represents had already invested in over a dozen crypto companies including but not limited to Ripple, Coinbase etc.
Cryptocurrency industry has seen many ups and downs over the years. With various unique products and brands going under owing to various reasons not including scams, the crypto asset space demands such initiatives to drive the growth of the industry.
A dedicated page has already been set up on the company’s website for firms interested in signing up for the crypto startup school.