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GRTiQ Podcast: 55 Craig Burel

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Episode 55: Today I’m speaking with Craig Burel, Partner at Reciprocal Ventures, a venture capital firm with deep expertise in fintech and crypto.

On February 17, 2022, Reciprocal Ventures, along with several other industry-leading investment firms, including Multicoin Capital, who was recently featured on this podcast, caught the attention of the entire Web3 space after announcing the launch of a $205 million dollar fund that will invest in projects in and around The Graph ecosystem. I begin the interview with several questions about the investment fund and strategy.

During our discussion, Craig talks about his background, including time working at Morgan Stanley, his journey into entrepreneurship, and how he found himself working in venture capital with a focus on building and investing in crypto and web3. Craig also shares the incredible background on how Reciprocal Ventures first came to know about The Graph and the solution it provides, along with how Craig envisions The Graph becoming a de facto part of the Web3 stack.

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