…the crypto community, like supply chain management or real estate applications, sound exciting, but we believe that the products that are most ripe for adoption in the next 2–4 years are infrastructure and middleware that serve the existing community rather than end-user applications that appeal to the masses.
…e awareness of these issues and start a discussion on the ways we can all work together to improve. We are building completely new global networks and financial systems so in order for them to be effective for everyone, we need to make sure that everyone is included. Gender is only one aspect of diversity and will be the focus of this post.
… ways in which the Internet impacts the real estate market far beyond pure efficiency improvements. I find the areas in which Internet solutions change the patterns of how real estate is being used most interesting. I think that they have the potential to fundamentally change parts of the real estate market and thus open up exciting opportunities for value creation for startups. Below, I will dive into a few examples.
…tner and the handful of others to enter the space when their peers would not? In short, technology. We fundamentally believed we could use technology to enable a best-in-class team to identify, underwrite, purchase, renovate, and professionally lease/manage U.S. single-family rental homes across the country at scale.
And it’s not just about pledging to “do better,” either. We want leaders to have specific goals and ways to measure success. We will provide tools, benchmarks, and standards, and not just leave them stranded or without support. In return they should craft comprehensive solutions for true inclusion across all groups.
Change has to come from the CEO, leading from the top. Without a leader who is truly bought in and pushing efforts forward, diversity efforts are likely to fail. The hardest decisions will escalate to the CEO, the only person who can make and enforce them. That…