Serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist Rob Frasca talks about early-stage investing in megatrends from the Internet to Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies.

Guest Biography

Rob Frasca is a serial entrepreneur, investor, visionary online pioneer and frequent speaker on blockchain and cryptocurrencies. A pioneer and product visionary, Rob founded and brought 3 venture-backed startups, to successful exits, and served as CEO of 4 companies.

Rob is widely recognized for creating the first Internet fintech company (GALT Technologies), the Internet’s first stock quote and portfolio management service- NETworth, which was eventually acquired by Intuit in 1994 and became Quicken Financial Network. His second startup, an early artificial intelligence company, was acquired by Lycos, the second-most-popular internet portal at the time, where he became VP and General Manager. Frasca’s third startup, Affinnova, was acquired by Nielsen in 2014. He is a visionary and online pioneer who has brought over 50 products to market, including one with over 100 million users.

Frasca graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and received an MBA/M.S.I.A. from Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business. He is also a decorated U.S. Naval Flight Officer with 18 combat missions.

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In this episode, you'll learn:

  • An entrepreneur’s views getting paid to create value
  • Why Rob is so excited to invest in early stage companies focused on blockchain, crypto, cyber security, and artificial intelligence
  • Make sure you tune in to the end to learn about the benefits of tokenizing a venture capital fund

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