Tech Insiders Dave Morin And Brit Morin Are Back With $100 Million Venture Fund Offline Ventures

In New York in early November, Dave and Brit Morin felt transported back a decade. The entrepreneurial duo were a fixture of SXSW’s tech startup “jam sessions” of the last decade. Rubbing shoulders with web3 creators and crypto enthusiasts at the NFT.NYC conference, they felt transported back to those frenetic, optimistic days.

 “I haven’t been this excited about the internet since 2003,” says Dave Morin, best known for a key early role at Facebook and later cofounding defunct social network Path. “The internet’s really unhealthy right now, and I think we can do better, and that web3 is our chance.”

So, far from fade away after he stepped

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