It’s so refreshing to see a VC company be so aligned with our own viewpoints and ethos. For years at Qbix, we have been writing about similar things:
Joey even used the same analogy I often use, that technology has disrupted printing and freedom of speech. A lot of the political/economic ideas of the 19th century, such as Distributism, naturally come about once technology puts means of production in the hands of the people. Whether it’s “personal computers” or “desktop publishing” or “3D printing” every time people get the technology that they previously needed to rely on a feudal system of “big boys” to do for them, the world gets an explosion of wealth and new information. Thus, Wikipedia disrupted Britannica / Encarta. The Web disrupted AOL. Wordpress disrupted centralized web publishing platforms. Qbix hopes to disrupt centralized platforms like Facebook, Twitter and so on. And crypto will eventually disrupt actual centralized payment systems, not just be a “store of value” or “presales of tokens”.
I think Intercoin and Pantera would have a lot to talk about.