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This week, Bob Ackerman explains how entrepreneurs can impress venture capitalists.
When the digital currency Bitcoin came to life in January 2009, it was noticed by almost no one apart from the handful of programmers who followed cryptography discussion groups.
Its origins were shadowy: it had been conceived the previous year by a still-mysterious person or group known only by the alias Satoshi Nakamoto. And no one would be in charge — not governments, not banks, not even Nakamoto. Today, there are some 14.6 million Bitcoin units in circulation.
Ackerman is the founder and managing director of Allegis, an early-stage venture firm that focuses on cybertechnology companies.
Pulling off a successful pitch and actually getting an investment from a venture capital firm is a huge feat.
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