Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) has unveiled who’ll be teaching at its free Crypto Startup School, and instructors include Coinbase’s CEO Brian Armstrong, Calibra’s head of strategy, and some of its own general partners.
According to a blog post, the list of instructors will also include Coinbase’s chief legal officer Brian Brooks, and its ex-chief technology officer Balaji Srinivasan. From Andreessen Horowitz various general partners will be instructing in the course, as well the founder of Compound Robert Leshner, and the founder of Parity Jutta Steiner.
The post, written by program manager at the Crypto Startup School Jesse Walden, details:
They will share lessons they’ve learned, early best practices, new project ideas, and important considerations to help aspiring entrepreneurs and builders get started.
The school’s program is set to start on February 21 of next year, and will end on April 3. The free seven-week course was announced last month, and as reported the course’s lessons will only be for those whose applications get accepted. Later on, however, a16z plans to make videos of these lectures as well as course materials available to the public.
Some of the main topics that are to be addressed at the Crypto Startup School include cryptocurrency business models, fundraising strategies, regulatory landscape, an overview of application development tools, and more.
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