TechCrunch is more than just a site with words. We’re also building a growing stable of podcasts focused on the most critical topics relating to the startup and venture capital worlds. To help you find the right show for your interests, we’ve compiled our audio output from the week.
Episode 2: Don’t call them UFOs and other news from TechCrunch
Welcome to The TechCrunch Podcast, where you’ll hear everything you need to know about the week’s top stories in tech from the people who wrote them. This week our host, Managing Editor Darrell Etherington, talks with Taylor Hatmaker about the congressional hearing about UFOs, in which Pentagon experts say definitively UFOs are real and that sightings reports are way up. And Kirsten Korosec joins us to talk about all the news that came out of TC Sessions: Mobility. Plus a rundown of the week’s top news on TechCrunch.
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Episode 7: Lux’s crypto VC on the startups securing and scaling web3 (with Grace Isford)
Welcome back; this week Lucas and Anita dive into the latest mega-fund from venture giant Andreessen Horowitz and some of the… interesting bets that they’re making, including one in disgraced WeWork founder Adam Neumann’s new crypto startup. Lastly, they recap crypto exchange FTX’s big entry into stock trading, which comes just a week after the firm’s young CEO made a massive bet on Robinhood.
In their interview this week, Lucas and Anita talk to Grace Isford. Isford is an investor at Lux Capital, where she focuses on the infrastructure and security opportunities for blockchain startups. We talk about some of the recent big hacks and whether consumers can feel safe betting on crypto.
Episode 59: Anniversary Bonus: Founder Roundtable
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Episode 521: A ping-pong match between bulls and bears
You can tell from the topic list today that we are in an odd time. There are myriad signals that the startup market is slowing down. And there are some counter-narrative data points that paint a more complex picture. Where do you stand in your own viewpoint? Well, read on for some data to consider:
Hugs from us to you, and we will talk to you next week!
Episode 520: We think founders need a quick Heart to Heart about the market
To flip the script, as we do here on Equity, we’re bringing in the founder perspective to fact-check these memos and tell us what it’s really like to be a founder. Ogundu told us what he’s rethinking, the importance of honesty and what to do before considering a layoff. It’s not too often that we have guests on the show, so when we do, you know it’s going to be a good one.
Episode 519: Will falling tech valuations kick off a M&A boom?