The Boost VC Podcast

Get inside the mind of a VC

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    The Boost VC Podcast bills itself as a place to “learn about emerging technology from the tech leaders of today and have conversations about entrepreneurship, venture capital, and awesome technology, like bitcoin, virtual reality, AI, robotics, drones, and space.” Hosted by Founder & Managing Director Adam Draper, the show (like many others) has slowly evolved to focus more heavily on blockchain and cryptocurrency.

    The great thing about this show is that it allows listeners to get inside the mind of a VC. This is one for budding entrepreneurs and those who are interested in the intersection of different technologies. It’s like having a front-row seat to many of the closed-door conversations in Silicon Valley.

    Best of all, The Boost VC Podcast tends to run about 20–30 minutes, meaning the most important details are streamlined into bite-sized increments. One highly recommended episode to start with is Litecoin’s Charlie Lee Discussing ICOs and Sidechains.

    - Colin Adams @ investinblockchain

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    • ReviewNickn@me
      March 29, 2018 at 4:42 pm
      4.4 /5

      Awesome Podcast

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    • Mr.Arf!Arf!
      March 31, 2018 at 11:19 am
      3.2 /5

      The interviews are interesting, however Adam Draper comes across as brash and overly cocky.

      It would be better to more calmly ask questions in a polite mannor and allow the guests room to explain.

      Typically he seems eager to jump in and judge instead of more professional sounding podcasts that observe and ask follow up quetsiosns, letting the listener make thier own judgements.

      Comments like “you did X, Y, Z.. so.. That’s super weird.” setup the guest to be defensive instead of asking, “that’s unusual, why did you choose to do that?”, etc.

      Instead of saying “this podcast is weird.” I’ll leave on the note of I hope he learns from other podcasters how to more effectivly interview guests.

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