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Silicon Valley’s hottest VCs just gave this college dropout millions to build a blockchain company called ‘Dirt’

“When Yin Wu, 29, began brainstorming names for her blockchain company, Dirt Protocol, she took the opposite approach of most founders” writes Zo Bernard for businessinsider.com. The data collected by Dirt would be stored on the ethereum blockchain, where it wouldn’t belong to any corporation or company.
 
Source: businessinsider.com



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