Web3 is here, but all of the ways it will change the way the world works is not yet fully understood. In this episode of Where It Happens, the OG of community, Alexis Ohanian (@alexisohanian), Founder of Reddit and Seven Seven Six joins the show to share his early lessons from Reddit, stories from Y Combinator, and why he's betting big on Web3 communities and technologies. While co-hosts Greg Isenberg (@gregisenberg) and Sahil Bloom (@sahilbloom) place their bets on the future, and explore the idea of "minimum viable community."
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