Furthermore, increasing regulation domestically and internationally on cryptocurrencies might spook investors, but Andreessen Horowitz remains undeterred.

“We have an ‘all weather’ fund,” Dixon said in the post. “We plan to invest consistently over time, regardless of market conditions. If there is another ‘crypto winter,’ we’ll keep investing aggressively.”

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First Female Partner Hired

Speaking of governmental regulation, Andreessen Horowitz hired its first female partner, Kathryn Haun, a former prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice. Fittingly, Haun’s stint at the DOJ focused on cyber crime, corporate crime and creating the first cryptocurrency task force.

In fact, Haun played prominent roles in two of the most infamous cases in the history of cryptocurrencies — Mt. Gox exchange desk hack and Silk Road. Furthermore, she’s also a board member for Coinbase and HackerOne.

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