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Seeds and Pre-Seeds: History is Repeating Itself

As the atomization of seed has become more mature, it is increasingly clear that history is repeating itself. What I mean is that the things that played when seed VC became institutionalized is beginning to happen in the pre-seed market. And the words I am hearing from seed investors are nearly identical to the things […] The post Seeds and Pre-Seeds: History is Repeating Itself appeared first on ROBGO.
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