This week’s TechCrunch Podcasts: web3 scaling, bulls and bears, falling tech costs and UFOs

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TechCrunch is more than just a website with words. We are also building a growing database of podcasts covering the most important topics in the world of startups and venture capital. To help you find the right show to suit your interests, we’ve compiled the week’s audio output.

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Embedded below is the last of Chain reactionour new stellar crypto podcast hosted by Lucas and Anita. You will also find Foundlong work that delves into the real saga of building a company from Jordan and Darrell. There is only an audio version TechCrunch Live organized Matt in which founders and investors discuss successful presentations. Finally, there is CapitalTechCrunch’s longstanding Webby award-winning podcast focusing on venture capital and the latest startup news. Natasha, Mary Ann and Alex.

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TechCrunch Podcast

Episode 2: Don’t Call Them UFOs and more news from TechCrunch

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Welcome to the first episode of TheTechCrunch podcast, where you’ll hear everything you need to know about the week’s top tech stories from the people who wrote them. This week, our host, managing editor Darrell Etherington, talks with Taylor Hatmaker about the congressional UFO hearings in which Pentagon experts definitively claim UFOs are real and sighting reports are ramping up. And Kirsten Korosek joins us to talk about all the news that came out of the TC: Mobility sessions. Plus a summary of the week’s top stories on TechCrunch.

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Other news of the week:


Chain reaction

Episode 7: Lux Crypto Venture Capital on startups securing and scaling web3 (with Grace Isford)

Welcome back, this week Lucas and Anita dived into the latest megafund from venture capital giant Andreessen Horowitz and some of the… interesting bets they’re making, including disgraced WeWork founder Adam Neumann’s new crypto startup. Finally, they take stock of crypto exchange FTX’s massive entry into stock trading, which comes just a week after the firm’s young CEO made a big bet on Robinhood.

In their interview this week, Lucas and Anita are talking to Grace Isford. Isford is an investor at Lux Capital, where she focuses on infrastructure and security capabilities for blockchain startups. We are talking about some of the recent major hacks and whether consumers can feel safe betting on cryptocurrencies.

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Found

Episode 59: Anniversary Bonus: Founders’ Roundtable

Congratulations on the Year of Finding! To celebrate our anniversary, we welcomed four founders whose stories have really stood out to us since we spoke to them. In what Jordan called “the founder’s smoothie,” we spoke with Bree Cod from REAL LOVE who was in our second episode, Earl Cole from SMART Tire Company who was in the next episode, as well as Aditi Shekar from Zetaand Memory Jelani of Children’s company About company who joined us a few months later. They talk about their perspective shifts over the past year, their different fundraising approaches, and how they stay true to their core missions.

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Capital

Episode 521: A game of ping pong between bulls and bears.

hello and welcome back to Capitala podcast about the startup business where we unpack the numbers and nuances behind the headlines.

Fortunately, this week we were back in full force, with Alex Wilhelm, Natasha Mascarenhas and Mary Ann Azevedo chat and Mercy production handling.

You can tell from today’s list of topics that we live in a strange time. There are plenty of signals that the startup market is slowing down. And there are some opposing data points that paint a more complex picture. What is your own point of view? Well, read on for some data to consider:

  • Natasha gave us a quick update on the annual All Raise VC Summit, but she will reveal more at the upcoming show on Wednesday (stay tuned!)
  • Monte Carlo just picked up a unicorn round, worth $135 million at a $1.6 billion valuation. On the other hand, Bolt is laying off employees amid a correction in the larger startup market and possibly its own space.
  • If the startup news points in two directions, so does the data from the venture capital world. Bye Sequoia founders’ recession warninga16z just picked up royal ransom pour into the web3 market. Parse it how you want.
  • There were other news to consider as we work to understand where the startup world really is today, including news from Postcode and Ports – two newly minted unicorns, which recently told Mary Ann.
  • And we settled on what else can be drama in fintech. As Stripe and Plaid prepare to fight, Phoenix is ​​either in the fight or is about to be in the fight, depending on your point of view. What is clear is that the giants of fintech, which are increasingly intersecting with each other, will rub against each other. You can read more about this in denouementon Sunday.

Hugs from us and we’ll talk to you next week!

Episode 520: We think the founders need to have a heart-to-heart talk about the market quickly

This is our Wednesday show where we stick to one topic, think about the issue and reveal the rest. This week, Natasha asked: How do aspiring founders feel about this downturn? Inimitable Alex teamed up with her to interview Joshua Ogundufounder and CEO heart to heart on this current topic.

The question arose after Natasha’s recent Startups Weekly column: “Everyone writes their memorandum for the Black Swan startup.” The column looked at a series of memos sent out by venture capitalists to portfolio companies about the market downturn. Some were reassuring, some were simple, and others were as simple a vibration check as “Can you tell us your ARR and money spent in writing?” Pretty please?

To flip the script, as we do here at Equity, we bring in the founder’s point of view to validate these notes and tell us what it really means to be a founder. Ogundu spoke to us about what he rethought, the importance of honesty and what to do before considering dismissal. It’s not often that we have guests on a show, so when we do it, you know it’s going to be good.

Episode 519: Will Falling Technology Costs Start an M&A Boom?

hello and welcome back to Capitala podcast about the startup business where we unpack the numbers and nuances behind the headlines.

Today is Monday, which means Alex and Mercy are back as a team to cover tech’s biggest, boldest and worst news. We are back again with your weekly start! Here’s what we got ourselves into:




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