Coinbase CEO, Andreessen Horowitz Partners Among Instructors at Free Crypto Startup School

Andreessen Horowitz’s free, seven-week educational program has unveiled its list of instructors.

The instructors, made up mostly of top entrepreneurs, investors, and experts, aim to “help technologists explore the new design space unlocked by crypto networks, a new computing platform.”

They’ll also share lessons that they’ve learned, including best practices and considerations that aspiring entrepreneurs should know.

The list of instructors includes Andreessen Horowitz general partner Chris Dixon, Stanford University professor of computer science Dan Boneh, angel investor Balaji Srinivasan, and Coinbase founder Brian Armstrong.

The instructors join the school’s program mentors, which include Calibra head of strategy Morgan Beller, Union Square Ventures analyst Dani Grant, and Galaxy Digital investor Michael Jordan.

Andreessen Horowitz, or a16z as it’s now known, hopes to “accelerate the rate of learning and grow the overall ecosystem of startups building” through the school. Applications are open until December 15, 2019.

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