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Multicoin Capital hires Ex-Google product manager Tony Sheng

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Multicoin Capital, a Texas-based cryptocurrency venture investment firm, announced the hiring of a former Google product manager to be one of its new investment Principals.

Tony Sheng Kyle Samani — according to the Blockchain and cryptocurrency investment firm’s managing partner — would enable the venture fund to secure new deals while maintaining the existing portfolio members according to an Oct. 1 blog post.

He also said that there is tremendous alpha to be captured in many ways since the crypto market is still at a very young stage. According to him, things are only getting interesting, summarizing:

“With all the right forms of capital— people, financial, social, service providers, and brand—we’re looking forward to our next stage of growth as a firm. We’ve made it from 0 to 1. Now to go from 1 to N.”

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In recent months, Multicoin has made several contributions to notable funding rounds. The latest being this week when the firm alongside ConsenSys Labs and Winklevoss Capital helped Skale Network Ethereum-compatible firm to raise $17.1 million.

Multicoin had earlier on, in October 2018, led another Skale investments round where $9.65 million was contributed.

This year, as more attention continues to be focused on Bitcoin, blockchain investment might have dropped with as much as 60%.
Some of the crypto startups portfolio that Multicoin manages include Bakkt, Solana, Dfinity, and Helium.

Sources: https://cointelegraph.com/news/ex-google-product-manager-joins-multicoin-capital-as-investment-principal
https://multicoin.capital/2019/10/01/welcoming-tony-sheng/

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