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Frank Rotman

Compound interest is a powerful principle.

Compound learning is even more powerful.

The most successful people in life understand this. A few thoughts: 🧵👇

June 12, 2022

Frank Rotman

It's time for CEOs to revisit the age old question:

"Are you a good wartime CEO?"

Not all CEOs are. A very short thread👇

June 7, 2022

Frank Rotman

If you’re an investor in stocks, crypto or NFTs, you’ve probably heard the word “alpha” thrown around.

What is it and does it really exist?

A few thoughts on “alpha” and a specific type of “alpha” that's been used to generate outsized returns. 🧵👇

May 24, 2022

Frank Rotman

🚨It's finally here🚨

Curious how VC Funds are evolving to reflect the recent changes in the LP and Startup ecosystems?

"The Three-Body Problem: Finding the New Stable Points in Venture Capital" is finally here.

Read on for links: 👇

May 20, 2022

Frank Rotman

Have you ever used a product and wondered how the business behind it is making money?

The answer should be obvious for financial products so when it’s a mystery you better watch out.

Here’s why this matters in #crypto and #DeFi in particular: 🧵👇

May 18, 2022

Frank Rotman

Are you a “Chip and a Chair” Founder? Are you a “Chip and a Chair” VC?

How much fight do you have in you?

A few thoughts on what it means to stick it out when times are tough: 🧵👇

May 3, 2022

Amias Gerety

Today we're excited to announce our investment in @heytint, along with @deciens @nyca. A thread on guarantees and innovation.

February 1, 2022

Frank Rotman

It didn’t take me long in the crypto world to realize that it’s an ecosystem being fueled by the “House Money Effect”.

Having spent countless hours in the world of high stakes poker I recognized it instantly and now can’t stop seeing it everywhere I look. A short 🧵👇

December 2, 2021

Frank Rotman

After years of sitting on the sidelines, I finally decided to take the red pill.

“Week 2” put me on the steepest part of any learning curve I’ve experienced in decades.

Here are a few of my simplified observations, early conclusions and emerging frameworks:

November 29, 2021