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Why Jack Dorsey Went To War With Andreessen Horowitz

“Jack was always a slightly restrained volcano.”

For three weeks running, Jack Dorsey has relentlessly attacked the VC firm Andreessen Horowitz. Dorsey’s assailed the company’s vision for a new, crypto-powered internet, which it calls Web3. He’s criticized its mission statement (“we invest in software eating the world”), called out its…




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