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Frank Rotman

Can you imagine your life without music?

Did you know that there’s a technology company that’s helping tens of thousands of artists reclaim their creative control and finally get paid what they’re owed?

A 🧵 about @stem and how it’s transforming the music industry: 👇

April 20, 2022

Frank Rotman

Web2 companies start with product. Web3 companies start with community.Why building community first is a powerful strategy: 🧵👇

April 7, 2022

Frank Rotman

The world is undeniably a different place than it was a few years ago. There’s been a profound shift in people’s preferences, especially when it comes to “work”.

We’re quickly entering a change or die moment so ignoring the Zeitgeist of society is akin to playing with fire. 🧵👇

March 31, 2022

QED Investors

Where will the crypto dam break?Our panel discussion is live. Watch the video or download the podcast to take it on the go. Listen to CEOs from @Bitso,

@TribalCredit and @shakepay, plus QED's @burtomd0 and Nigel Morris.

March 29, 2022

Frank Rotman

Sometimes the simplest pieces of advice are the ones that have the most impact.

Here are a few “single tweet nuggets” that I’ve found myself sharing recently with talented Founders and Investors: 🧵👇

March 23, 2022

Frank Rotman

A crypto mortgage? Is it possible? 🤨

Web3’s potential has been building for years as it aims to correct major flaws with web2 constructs.

But for many ideas, web3 Founders might have to build web2.5 versions first.

Crypto mortgages fall into this camp: 👇🧵

March 19, 2022

Frank Rotman

Funding high growth, high burn startups isn’t as easy as it was 6 months ago.

Startups raise capital when they can, but it’s not obvious what happens if their fundraising efforts fail. Are they destined to close shop or are there other possible outcomes?

A few thoughts: 🧵👇

March 10, 2022

Frank Rotman

It’s difficult to build a successful startup but even more difficult if you make avoidable mistakes.

Self-inflicted wounds are usually well-intentioned actions that end poorly: Champagne that ends with a hangover.

Here are a few common errors startups should avoid: 🧵👇

March 2, 2022

Frank Rotman

People are curious how the “pandemic vintage” of startups is going to perform.

Are returns going to collapse because entry points are 3-5X what they were years ago?

Will the public markets correction crush returns?

A 🧵about how "Opportunity = Value – Perception"

February 23, 2022