Andreessen Horowitz a private American venture capital firm founded in 2009 has announced it is launching a startup school for entrepreneurs who are interested in building cryptocurrency projects.
Dixon told TechCrunch’s Josh Constine that “We are going to run a startup school for crypto-specific startups and what we’ve learned over the last 7 years as best practices in this category”.
At the TechCrunch Disrupt technology conference in San Francisco, Chris Dixon, a general partner at the firm, said that Andreessen Horowitz is not looking for equity from participants. Instead, the firm wants to help entrepreneurs to apply the best industry practices.
According to the interview, the organization doesn’t expect to charge and cash neither will it take any equity in the companies that participate.