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Crypto Hipster Podcast
Surviving the PayPal Wars and crypto insights with Eric Jackson, PayPal Mafia, TransitNet and more

Crypto Hipster Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 34:20


Leveraging Virtual Data Rooms and Title Registry for Crypto Adoption, and Accounts from the PayPal Wars with Eric Jackson at TransitNet Eric M. Jackson Early-PayPal. Technology Executive and Serial Entrepreneur. Author of “The PayPal Wars.” Eric M. Jackson is a technology executive who played a critical role in building PayPal and subsequently created multiple successful businesses. An award-winning author and sought-after speaker, Jackson is part of the so-called PayPal Mafia that went on to found and develop some of the world's top technology companies. Early in his career, after a brief stint as a financial consultant, Jackson was recruited by Peter Thiel to join the startup team at PayPal. There he served as PayPal's first head of U.S. marketing and oversaw its initial product marketing efforts. At a critical moment when the young company was bleeding millions of dollars each month, Jackson was placed in charge of developing and implementing PayPal's transaction-based revenue model, which helped turn around its fortunes and lead it to profitability. During Jackson's time at PayPal, the company grew from 2,500 users to 25 million, went public, and was acquired by eBay. Currently, Jackson is the CEO and co-founder of CapLinked, a venture-backed technology company that develops cloud-based information control software. Dubbed the “go-to place for setting up and closing deals” by the Wall Street Journal, CapLinked's diverse list of global clients include Amazon, Ernst & Young, FTI Consulting, Roche, Founders Fund, Hess, KPMG, Takeda, and many others. Jackson is also the co-founder of TransitNet, a fintech company that provides tools to assist with title verification for cryptocurrencies. The company's title registry service allows parties to generate a trusted third-party record of ownership for crypto wallets. Additionally, following his time at PayPal, Jackson founded a venture called World Ahead Media, which he grew to profitability before it was acquired. He also served on the boards of a number of organizations and technology startups, including CritiqueIt, Inc., a collaboration software company that was acquired in 2018 by 2U, Inc. (Nasdaq: TWOU). His book, The PayPal Wars, which chronicles the tumultuous origins of PayPal, won the Writers Notes Book Award and was hailed by Tom Peters as “the best description of business strategy unfolding in a world changing at warp speed.” A frequent commentator on technology and policy, Jackson has appeared on Bloomberg, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC, and he has been quoted in publications ranging from The Economist to the New York Times. Jackson has spoken at conferences around the world, including the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, the Lang Di Fintech Conference in Shanghai, and the inaugural Reboot Conference in San Francisco. He also served as the keynote speaker at events hosted by the Cato Institute, the Reason Foundation, and the National Federation of Republican Assemblies. Jackson graduated with honors from Stanford University, where he was editor-in-chief of The Stanford Review, studied overseas in Moscow, and served as a student representative on the university's Board of Trustees. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crypto-hipster-podcast/support

The FORT with Chris Powers
#232: Apurva Mehta - Managing Partner of Summit Peak Investments - Deep Dive Into Current Venture Capital Landscape

The FORT with Chris Powers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 68:21


Apurva Mehta is the Managing Partner of Summit Peak Investments.  Apurva graduated with a B.B.A in Finance from The George Washington University. From 2001 to 2004, he was a Senior Investment Analyst for Citi Institutional Consulting in Washington D.C, where he focused on asset allocation and manager due diligence for endowments, foundation, and pension funds. From there, Mehta went on to become a VP at Lehman Brothers in the Investment Banking and Investment Management Divisions, focusing on Global Business Planning and Strategy until 2008. For the next three years, Mehta was the Director of Portfolio Investments at the Juilliard School in New York City. For the next eight years, he was the Deputy Chief Investment Officer at Cook's Children's Health Care System in Fort Worth, Texas, where he oversaw the management of the portfolio across all asset classes, including strategic and tactical asset allocation, investment manager selection, manager performance evaluation, and operational oversight. Additionally, he led the buildout of the Private Investment portfolio and spearheaded the Venture Capital program. Moreover, in 2012 and 2013 Mehta was named one of the "Top Forty Under Forty" by CIO Magazine and recognized as “Fresh Talent at the World's Largest Asset Owners”. He was also named a “Rising Star” of Foundations and Endowments and a “Rising Star” of Hedge Funds by Institutional Investor in 2013. Currently, alongside being a  managing partner at Summit Peak, Mehta is also on the board for Interstride. In this episode, Chris and Apurva discuss venture capital's current market environment and analyze Summit Peak's strategy for investing in Pre-See, Seed, and Series A Managers. They also discuss what will matter for starup's going forward and how valuations will be set, Paypal Mafia stories, and more. Enjoy! Learn more about Chris Powers and Fort Capital: www.FortCapitalLP.com Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ Follow Chris on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/FortWorthChris  Follow Chris on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/chrispowersjr/  Subscribe to The Fort on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJ32shRt8Od3MxMY-keTSQ Apurva on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mehtaaapurva Summit Peak Investments: https://www.summitpeak.com/ (2:32) - What was your experience working at Lehman Brothers in 2008? (6:06) - Apurva's career and founding Summit Peak Investments (7:40) - How have you chosen to approach Venture? (16:04) -  What qualities do you look for in early-stage investors? (24:07) - What's happening in the market & VC in your opinion? (39:55) - How often do companies need to renegotiate capital agreements when markets become volatile? (44:54) - Do you predict investors will only look for the most logically profitable businesses going forward? (49:39) - What's happening in the world of Series-A, Seed, and Pre-Seed investing? (55:25) - What factors would determine a phenomenal seed company in this market?  (58:33) - Thoughts on the PayPal Mafia (1:03:12) - What is your mindset heading into the next 5 years? The Fort is produced by Johnny Podcasts

Raffaele Gaito, il podcast.
La mafia della Silicon Valley

Raffaele Gaito, il podcast.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 6:48


Oggi ti racconto una storia che ha dell'incredibile.La storia di come gli ex dipendenti di un'azienda dopo averla lasciata hanno influenzato il mondo tech per oltre 10 anni.La storia di come un gruppetto di persone ha creato dei prodotti incredibile e delle aziende di successo.La storia della PayPal Mafia.__________✉️ Iscriviti alla mia newsletter:https://gaito.link/p-newsletter

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
#1025 Keith Rabois On The Critical Thinking Crises That's Underway

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 51:35


Pomp Podcast Keith Rabois is a General Partner at Founders Fund, A member of the "Paypal Mafia" and has helped build and invest in multiple billion dollar companies. This audio podcast was pulled from my live event with Keith Rabois at Showfields in Miami, Florida. In this conversation, we talk about the frameworks around critical thinking, including how it's done, changing your mind on closely held beliefs, and the downsides to having so much conviction. We also discuss the macro economy and other current events such as Covid, gun control, Bitcoin and geopolitics. To see the full video interview of my chat with Keith, go to my Anthony Pompliano YouTube Channel. ======================= FTX.US is the safe, regulated way to buy and sell Bitcoin and other digital assets. Trade crypto with up to 85% lower fees than top competitors. There are no fixed minimum fees, no ACH transaction fees, and no withdrawal fees.   FTX.US is also the only leading exchange that supports both Ethereum and Solana NFTs.   Download the FTX App today and use referral code “Pomp” to earn free crypto on every trade over $10. The more you trade, the more you earn. ======================== BCB Group is the leading payment services partner for the digital assets industry. BCB Group provides payment services in 30+ currencies, FX, cryptocurrency liquidity, digital asset custody and BLINC, which is BCB's free, instant settlements network for the BCB client ecosystem. Find out more by visiting bcbgroup.com/pomp ======================= Brave Wallet is the first secure crypto wallet built natively in a web3 crypto browser. No extension required. Store, manage, and grow your portfolio, get NFT & multi-chain support, and more.    Download the Brave privacy browser at brave.com/Pomp, and click the wallet icon to get started. =======================

The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News
EP293 - E-commerce leadership changes and news

The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 43:07 Very Popular


EP293 - E-commerce leadership changes and news Episode 293 previews Amazon no good, dirty, rotten, Q2. Including why Amazon's much hailed SCOT software may have led them astray (not a surprise given the name). We also discuss the recent leadership changes at Amazon, Google, Pinterest, and Bed Bath & Beyond. Episode 293 of the Jason & Scot show was recorded on Thursday June 30, 2022. http://jasonandscot.com Join your hosts Jason "Retailgeek" Goldberg, Chief Commerce Strategy Officer at Publicis, and Scot Wingo, CEO of GetSpiffy and Co-Founder of ChannelAdvisor as they discuss the latest news and trends in the world of e-commerce and digital shopper marketing. Transcript Jason: [0:23] Welcome to the Jason and Scot show this is episode 293 being recorded on Thursday June 30th 2022 I'm your host Jason retailgeek Goldberg and as usual I'm here with your co-host Scot Wingo. Scot: [0:38] Hey Jason and welcome back Jason Scott show listeners Jason this is a start-up land it's like a triple witching we have the end of the month the end of the quarter and the end of the first half so too it's a big day to be making sure you're hitting your opening so that's what I've been doing today how is your summer been. Jason: [0:59] Less XLE than yours it sounds like. Scot: [1:02] Oh I've seen you in that department of Commerce data comes out so. Jason: [1:13] I don't know maybe I feel like we should move it to like python or are something more more hip for the geeky kids. But I am I'm having a great summer there's been plenty of New Avengers and Star Wars content on in it's fun to see some people in person there have been a few more in person events, I'm a little stressed tonight though there's a big day for listeners is being recorded on on June 30th, and Twitter is sun setting my Twitter clients that I use numerous times a day tonight so it's, it's possible that a lot of people that are used to getting spammed all day by me on Twitter are going to go into withdrawal tomorrow. Scot: [1:56] No you're gonna have to use the app like the rest of us mere citizens. Jason: [2:01] Yeah yeah the neophytes I have to jump in with the unwashed masses and the vanilla Twitter client or some other third-party client if any listeners have a personal favorite I'm open to suggestions. Scot: [2:15] Yeah they're not a lot of good ones whatever you do don't sign up for that paid service because it just makes your tweets take 10 times longer to go out it's like the opposite of a feature. Jason: [2:25] Yeah doesn't sound that appealing. Scot: [2:27] It's supposed to keep you from drunk Tweeting or something but then like you just kind of forget that they're all cued up out there waiting. Jason: [2:34] My best Tweets are the advised ones. Scot: [2:37] Yeah yeah your best ones are grumpy grumpy old Jason once where you're like all right digital on the get the most interaction. Cool well we wouldn't be a Jason and Scot show without some Amazon news. Jason: [3:00] News new your margin is there opportunity. Scot: [3:07] Yeah there's a lot going on at Amazon one of the. If you kind of remember back in our queue to 2022 recap from their earnings they talked a lot about how they had over built their capacity for warehouses so that's the first time they've done that since, oh I don't know 1995 and that was just like a line in an earnings call well now we're starting to see that they're closing warehouses there's been reports of them closing between five and ten warehouses I've heard they're closing delivery stations and figuring all that out one of the funny topics is a lot of folks started contacting me and realize said things like hey did you know your mention and this Amazon article is like what, what turns out they have this technology they've developed called the supply chain optimization Technologies, abbreviated sco T which happens to be my name. Jason: [4:04] And for newest nur's that's actually the correct way to spell Scott is it not. Scot: [4:08] It is yeah it was the 60s and my dad thought it would be fun to have a unique name and it's he was right it's made me infinitely google-able so I have a lot of very easy to find on the Google. I'm very envious of my friend Michael Jones who is impossible to find on Google so so no anonymity for me, but anyway you know what's interesting is and I want to read this little excerpt from a Wall Street Journal article a thousand or something, you and I both know at Amazon because they have this engineering culture they try to take people out of most decision-making process sometimes they call it hands off the wheel so they have all these AI like one time we had a guest on that told us how you know frequently a vendor will be negotiating with an Amazon buyer through a chat and it's a bot on the other side of the the chat not a human. So they have this technology called Scott and what it does is it makes three different projections for basically the orders for looking out into the future it does a high medium and low and during the pandemic. [5:12] The high wasn't high enough so they were kind of taking the high and adding some percentage to it and building out the Fulfillment infrastructure and everything based on what this a I did well because the a I had never seen a pandemic and it obviously it couldn't keep up with the upside of the pandemics demand curve it didn't see the downside of the demand curve coming either, and then I think the humans you know when you when you have your, pilot like six to eight quarters into adding 10% to what this thing does and nailing it. You know they also didn't anticipate this in the bottom fell out and that's one of the reasons why you know they just kind of too, kept taking the Scott forecast adding 10 to 20% and then suddenly they found themselves kind of with their skis out over a cliff. This is really interesting that kind of in a way that the an AI gone wrong kind of caused some of the problems here so I thought that was kind of funny. Jason: [6:09] Yeah I mean like the synopsis here is that Scott is the biggest money sink in Amazon. Scot: [6:18] It's true yep I like to think because they listened to the podcast they named it in honor of me and somewhere in there is a robot named Jason I'm sure. Jason: [6:26] Because you are their Nemesis yeah. Scot: [6:28] Yeah retailgeek it's hard to do an acronym for retailgeek but I'm sure someone there is is working on. Also you know as listeners know there's a new CEO and the jassy and there have been a lot of high-profile departures and it's not clear if he's cleaning house or. Um you know these these issues stocks down a lot of the compensation that Amazon is from stock-based compensation and then, you know someone has to be accountable for these problems so they had there was kind of this domino effect so there was right one Jesse took over there was two other people that were are parents Bell and Wilkie and they left, and then just recently this year a 23 year old veteran Named Dave Clark left and he ran the whole consumer business. Interestingly he went to a company that's been in the news a lot called Flex Port their CEO has been on CNBC and the all in podcast talking about how to fix the supply chain problems. So that's that's interesting that he was able to see your Flex Port was able to lure away a 23 year old Amazon bet. So there was some Sour Apples on the way out Dave Clark told someone that Jesse's just a, terrible micromanager and yeah he'd been there 23 years and shouldn't have to be micromanage and that kind of thing. [7:51] And then they announced that this the guy that ran North America consumer who previously had reported to Dave Clark his name is Doug Harrington he was moving up into that role, what caused a further chain reaction for those people that didn't get the Dave Clark opening one of those was Alicia bowler Davis she was SVP of global consumer, and she went to this online pharmacy called Alto Pharmacy and then Dave Bozeman he went to he was the VP of Amazon transportation services kind of the middle mile so she was if I understand she was Last Mile and he was middle mile, so they both left so that's interesting that the Fulfillment center they've been building out and to the key Executives for the last five years or so left those not clear if that was because of this build out and someone had to be accountable or if they got picked away or what's going on there, so a lot of changes in Amazon at the upper echelons and yeah some chaos here as they re adjust for the new post covid normal. Jason: [8:54] Yeah and I mean almost feels like there's a little bit of a perfect storm of reasons for that senior leadership to start to turn right which historically they have had very little turn by the way right through most of their history but you know the the founder departs as you point out there's a ton of the overwhelming majority of compensation is, stock equity and is that becomes less valuable like those jobs are. Are less sticky you know and there's just the rates of growth at Amazon are are naturally slowing down and it's, you know for a lot of people that you know are used to being the Rockstar that's you know constantly doubling your business and growing really fast it's not as much fun to. To manage their downturns and you know at best slower rates of growth. Scot: [9:45] Yeah and then you notice some changes coming in the grocery side. Jason: [9:50] Yeah so grocery ends up being kind of a really interesting part of this whole Amazon churn so the first thing to know is the new head of consumer that did win Doug Harrington, had previously started Amazon Fresh at Amazon so so, he is a grocery guy and his pre Amazon experience is with webvan which is sort of the original digital grocer. So he is a pure digital grocery guy obviously he's had brought more recently he's had broader roles it. It Amazon. Then then just grocery but you know one would assume that Amazon Fresh is near and dear to his heart that's the only brick-and-mortar concept that still. Sort of in play and growing at an Amazon so that's kind of interesting and historically there's been kind of a tension between Amazon Fresh which is. The grocery business Amazon built organically and Whole Foods, the grocery business that Amazon bought right and there have been times when they seemed like they were smashing them together and then there are times when they're pulling them apart and at the moment they're opening a chain of Amazon Fresh doors that compete with Whole Food. [11:02] You would assume Whole Foods is kind of upmarket expensive grocery and Amazon Fresh is meant to be well Market but like when it washed Amazon Fresh was a little more mid-priced, then we expected and Whole Foods is kind of moving down price a little bit more than you might expect so it's all, it's all been interesting they fight a lot over over Revenue recognition for online grocery orders and it's I would argue it's a confusing customer experience right now because you can order a. Assortment of items with different prices and different service levels from Amazon Fresh and from Whole Foods. So it'll be interesting does Amazon fresh wind because that's Doug Harrington's baby or you know does he at least. [11:44] Put more more stock in solving that problem you know I would argue digital grocery is the biggest white space in the kind of digital retail thing and so it. It's not bad for Amazon that they have a senior leader that understands that space so it's that's going to be interesting, and then on the whole food side the you know the founder of Whole Foods has remained in places the CEO which is kind of surprising given that when was the acquisition 2017. [12:12] Five years ago so five years sounds like a suspicious number for an urn out but. The you know he stuck he was the founder he stuck with a company for a long time like culturally he's, kind of different than Amazonian so when one might not have expected him to last that long but now there's a new CEO which is a long time Lieutenant of his Jason Bushnell boo shell rather and, whether this is the first initiative from Jason or it's a coincidence like Whole Foods has kind of announced that they are pivoting their pricing strategy in really focusing on, improving their value prop and reducing their prices and obviously there's a lot of Economic headwinds and there's kind of a. You know a big big segment of consumers that are concerned about the economy so superficial you go oh yeah it's obvious. That Whole Foods would want to get cheaper but I would actually argue. That we've really seen and shout-out to our friend Steven Dennis we've really seen like this very overt bifurcation of the consumer and there's a bunch of consumers that like do not appear to be changing their shopping Behavior based on inflation and, economic concerns and then there's a bunch of value-oriented consumers that are very overtly changing their shopping behaviors and you would. [13:33] You know a lot of luxury brands are actually raising their prices right now and doing quite well and so you'd almost expect to see Whole Foods lean into that affluent consumer, and Amazon Fresh you know try to try to Target that that value went into consumer but it appears they both have decided to go after value. Scot: [13:51] Yeah it's super confusing as a consumer to figure out and sometimes what I want I want for things and it'll split the cart between the Whole Foods in the prime and like then then it's a hot mess at that point. Jason: [14:04] Yeah I can't get my weekly shop from either one like I like some of the items and my weekly shop are not available from Whole Foods and some are not available from Amazon Fresh it's annoying. Scot: [14:14] Yeah. Jason: [14:14] To add further customer confusion so Amazon Fresh is Amazon's grocery store concept what you might have thought that there'd be a bunch of benefits to being a Prime member and shopping in Amazon Fresh. But you'd be wrong until recently like there were no special Prime benefits for Amazon Fresh Shoppers and so they just launched last week a new program which is kind of a. It's I would almost call it like a traditional retail grocery Affinity program you basically get 20% off on a lot of. On an undisclosed random list of thousands of items where they call everyday essentials if you're a Prime member shopping at Amazon Fresh So this is you know I mentioned that Amazon Fresh didn't come out. Quite as good a value as I was expecting well this is the big move to maybe make them you know compete more directly with with Aldi and. Scot: [15:08] Caught another thing I wanted to pick your brain on is a couple folks have tagged us on social media because they have seen the prime pay badging and new payment mechanism out in the wild have you had a chance to play with that. Jason: [15:22] I have and I confess I'm I'm a little more perplexed than I was when it first launched so maybe like the 30-second recap, um you know Amazon announced this new beta pilot called Prime pay and it's essentially letting third-party sellers that are not selling on Amazon. [15:46] Accept Amazon pay and. Offer Prime benefits and have your orders fulfilled from fulfillment by Amazon. [15:59] Like if their Prime members right so if your Shopify Merchant in you're selling cat litter, you know you can have a bad you know and someone's a Prime member and they're on your Shopify site you can say hey check out with your Amazon pay and and you know get your goods in one day or even same day, if our cat litter is in the Amazon Fulfillment Network and that's that was when they announced this beta and they didn't provide a lot of the details. You know my first reaction was that's a shot directly across the bow of Shopify. Who had been making a lot of traction with shop pay and was making a lot of noise if not traction with their fulfillment systems and now you know Amazon swooped in and said hey don't screw around with these, you know barely scaled fulfillment things just put all your goods in the Amazon's fulfillment and when you sell it from Shopify will ship the order or when you sell it on Amazon will ship the order, and will give you access to the. The biggest bet best digital wallet in the US market which is Amazon pay right and I thought that was super interesting and I was frankly really curious. If Shopify was even going to allow its Merchants to use it which. It would have been way off brand for Shopify to not allow that but you have to imagine they didn't want to vote. Scot: [17:18] Yeah. Jason: [17:20] And so now fast forward a few months and we've seen the first betas in the live in in, live in the world and they are all Shopify Merchants so first question answered at least for now Shopify is allowing its merchants, to use prime pay but there's a huge Nuance in Prime pay that I kind of missed when the beta was first announced but now it's glaring at me, um Prime pay will only fulfill your goods if you're already a Prime member. So when they first saw this I thought oh my gosh they just captured the whole 3pl market and no other 3pl is going to have any room because you're not going to be able to compete with the service level of Amazon and the convenience of the aggregated inventory and then the bonus of. Of the Amazon digital wallet on top of all that that it was just going to be too compelling a value prop and so everybody every small seller in the world is just going to rely on Amazon for all those Services game over. But. There's about 100 million Prime members and there's about 240 million households in the US so there's still an awful lot of households that do not have Prime. And if you're a Shopify Merchant and you want to sell something to any of those households that don't have Prime. You can offer Prime pay for the Prime members but you have to have an alternative 3pl to fulfill for the non Prime members. So they really haven't put any of the other 3pls out of business at all they've just stolen some of their volume. Scot: [18:49] Yeah yeah Anderson more more complexity. Jason: [18:53] Yeah yeah so it's going to be interesting to see how it all plays out, but it yeah shout out to our friend Joe a Marketplace poles they always have great content and, he was the first one in the made me aware of some of these betas in the wild and he found the cat lady's.com and I'm not going to ask how he he. Scot: [19:14] Put me there. Jason: [19:17] But Joe I'm a fan and props to you. Scot: [19:21] Your fan of Joe or the cat ladies are both. Jason: [19:23] Now both originally Joe but now I my my love has expanded to the cat ladies. Scot: [19:29] Do they really sell kitty litter. Jason: [19:31] I believe they do or at least like artificial grass. Scot: [19:35] Yeah that's definitely in the crap category hey hey I'll be here all night, another thing that Amazon announced that I know you're excited for because you're actually moving so this is a great time to buy some cabling and some new mesh network key things they announced Prime Day this year it's going to be July 12th and 13th and then they promptly have started pushing the deals out like right now like just today and yesterday I've been getting flooded with emails that say, they have a new brand for it and they call it early Amazon Prime Day deal exclusives so it feels feels a little desperate to be honest with you that you know they set up this big shopping holiday and now they're kind of, pushing the deals out with a before then I don't know if they're trying to juice Q2 or if there. One school of thought is if we're going into this recessionary period the more dollars you can grab out of that shrinking wallet due to inflation as well, get them sooner versus later so maybe they had set this up before things the macro deteriorated now they're kind of like wow I wish we could set this earlier let's go ahead and get some deals out I may be reading too much into that but I don't ever remember them kind of they've always had you know. Black Black Friday and January or early October kind of things holiday deals in early but I've never seen them, push Prime day as hard and early as they are now. Jason: [21:00] Yeah I mean they always have had some pre-primed a deals like it's not completely unheard of but I agree with you the volume seem significantly higher and it's funny that we still call it Prime day right because for a long time is over it went from like Prime day to Prime 18 hours to Prime two days and now it's starting to feel like Prime month. Um which is interesting I don't know this comes into play, there are some consumer surveys out there that show less interest in Prime day than years past right and you're comping against a tough Prime day in a very different economic environment and so like it's possible that there's some concern like Amazon's rate of growth has slowed and everything else it's possible possible that there's some concern, that. That you know Prime day won't have the it's for sure going to have a spike but that it won't have the same spike it has in years past, um and you know so they're they're trying to you know find ways to Goose it more I you know. I don't know I do think one of the interesting Dynamics there's kind of like two opposite forces that happen on Prime day like secretly. The stuff that sells best on Prime day are Amazon. [22:20] But the penetration on those Amazon products you know continues to be higher so that that like. The what the law of large numbers just means like. You know not you can't sell a smart speaker to as many people as you used to be able to do because everyone has a heck of a lot of smart speakers right and they're they're frankly getting so cheap that it's not as big a win when they do sell one. And so then the other half is this long tail in there like one of the problems there so many sellers on Amazon there so many Lightning Deals that like the signal-to-noise ratio in the, the awareness of some particular good deal and the scarcity of a deal like all of those things that you would normally do that a normal you know brick and mortar retailer with you know constrain inventory, would do for a sale like they just don't work as well. For this Marketplace model and so I do think it's tricky to keep the hype and you know we've seen you know Prime day was modeled after singles day we've definitely seen singles day lose some momentum still a big deal but rate of growth slowing significantly and reasonably that will see that at Prime Day to all that being said the way to think about prime day is it's it's two days of sales in one day which is kind of a big deal. Scot: [23:38] Yeah and then I thought this was interesting that Amazon announced that they're going to use some of that data that we've been collecting in their stores that don't have a check out the just walk out technology and they're going to be selling some of that data to Brands so they can basically say to our brand hey 800 consumers walked by your product three picked it up and put it back on the shelf and you know of those three they read the ingredients and then they put it back on the shelf and and then presumably there are some action ability to that data what what do you think about that. Jason: [24:16] Yeah so I think it's really interesting you know way before there was just walk out technology like we were starting to get some some very early technology to give us some insight about how consumers behaved in stores right so you were starting to get some like, smarter people measuring things that could do heat mapping and and you know we were getting these I could GI tracking technologies that we'd put on on a small subset of customers to kind of understand how they browse through a store, because you know frankly for the last 100 years of Shopper marketing we mostly have been based on these like urban legends about how Shopper shop, and not having a lot of data and then e-commerce comes along and suddenly you've got super granular data about how people pick products and what they glanced at and didn't buy and what they added to their card and then check out and what they you know added to their card and then took out of their car like all of this pre buying behavior that we get in e-commerce, we've never really had in the store and you know the Technologies and the methodologies these match Panel test all these different studies we used to do we're really sort of Kluge, and so a lot of us have said hey one of the secret benefits of just walk out technology is that by accident, it collects all of this really valuable consumer data about how people behave, before they get to the cash register or before they consummate their purchase since they're I guess there is no cash. [25:41] Um and you know we've talked about that being a useful Advantage for Amazon and that they're probably using it too, um sort of inform how they design these new store Concepts, and so now like so many other things than Amazon does they take this this. [25:59] Like you know competitive advantage that they have and they turned it into a product and sell it to other people so now they're selling those. Those Shopper insights to cpgs and you know you're a cpg trying to figure out how people decide to pick your cat litter versus someone else's cat litter on the cat litter shelf in a retail store. Um [26:21] Kroger won't tell you a lot about how they make that decision because Kroger doesn't know but now you can get real data from Amazon about how they make that decision and Amazon and you can probably assume that there's a similar path to purchase at Kroger so, suddenly like Amazon becomes the market research firm for all of the Shopper marketing so I do think that's super interesting, um they're not alone Walmart actually has a store that's heavily instrumented like this that they watch first that's called them, the intelligent retail lab store that you know it's kind of a it doesn't have just walk out technology but it has thousands of cameras and sensors and they sell data from that store through their data licensing arm which is called illuminate if I'm remembering right. And then you know Amazon launched a new product. [27:09] Nine days ago on the 21st that I'm really excited about this called Amazon marketing stream and Amazon marketing stream is, a much higher volume more granular api-based, access to all of the marketplace shopping data so that's you know data on traditional Amazon shopping that like, previously was locked up or you could only get for your own brand or you could you know you can only get in Amazon premium services. Now it gets plugged into pack view in all of these of these digital media tools you get all this real-time visibility to have people are making purchase decisions and then at the same time. They're rolling out this that same kind of data for how people are making purchase decisions in a brick-and-mortar store, super long answer but I think this is kind of a big deal and I do think this is the future is kind of replacing, like urban legends and opinions about how consumers behave with actual data about how they really are. Scot: [28:11] You do you think this stuff is kind of stand-alone or they're going to build this is going to be kind of feeding into this ad Network because they seem to be really putting a lot of effort into Excel. Jason: [28:20] Yeah I do so I think there's only so much so many brands that are so I'll tell you who's not in a position to buy that data is all the digital native startups that then cut a deal to get you know distribution through. Right against the big cpg brands that can afford like have budgets to buy that data and then you know they have so much like institutional. Impediments that then you know they all talk about how much wonder they are with that data but it's really hard for them to act on that data and do anything different than they historically have. And so I think the best way to make that data actionable is you know to filter that data into. New audiences and new ad formats for retail media networks right so like I think there's a natural. Fit between those. Those two products so I'm sure we'll see more Integrations in that but I do think for really smart marketers and in particular the folks that are involved in customer experience design, the the raw data is is super useful and and you know gives gives Brands a competitive advantage that are able to get it and take action on. Scot: [29:30] Cool did you so that's where we are on Amazon any non Amazon news. Jason: [29:39] Yeah just a couple of things to keep our show in its it's tidy timebox format we talked a lot about executive changes so in my mind there are two other huge executive changes, in our industry this week. There's a guy that we've talked about on the show several times Bill ready who's the in X PayPal guy in X PayPal mafia guy. That red Commerce for the last couple of years at Google and he just announced that he's leaving Google to become the new CEO at Pinterest so the, the founder is stepping out of the CEO role at Pinterest and they're bringing over Bill ready, and to be honest that has the pundants whipped up into a lather because everyone's like oh man Bill ready is a Commerce guy he was PayPal he was head of Commerce a Google Now the fact that the Pinterest is bringing a you know a dedicated Commerce guy in the lead the company, it's the most overt sign yet that you know Pinterest thinks it's future is Commerce. Scot: [30:39] Yeah which I think it's driven by the IDF a stuff don't you. Jason: [30:44] Yeah yeah again harder to make a living on ads when you can't show the efficacy of the ads quite as well and you can't Target the ads quite as well and so it becomes much more appealing to say, you know let's monetize our Audience by selling stuff to our audience directly and also that you know gives you that first party data that then you know keeps you, well immersed in the in the advertising business so I think for any of these. Free hydrographic social media sites it's a, it's a perfectly reasonable hypothesis to explore to say hey we got to figure out how to play really well at Commerce and make Commerce part of our core offering and certainly you know Pinterest is doing that they've talk forever about how, how much higher buying intent that their users have then other other social networks Tick-Tock is leaning heavily into it snap is leaning heavily into it it's a perfectly reasonable hypothesis, the one unfortunate truth is nobody's been particularly successful at it yet and. Have they not been successful because they just haven't gotten the execution right or is it because the consumer doesn't really want that like I honestly think that's an open question I don't think it's a foregone conclusion that Commerce can save all these social media networks I mean it's worth trying, but I think the jury's going to be out and I will say the. [32:10] The sort of part of this the bill ready transition that's not talked about that I'm frankly more interested in is to me one of the companies that. His best position to win a Commerce and is underperforming at Commerce the most is the company Bill ready as weaving its Google and you know, bluntly like I don't think Google has made a ton of Commerce progress over the over the last two years that bill ready has been there it's going to be interesting like will Google replace him will they replace him with a, Google Insider will they replace them with another Commerce person will that person have some new ideas like you know will they be able to find a way to kind of Marshall some of the inherent assets Google has and be better at Commerce oh my God I'd love to see Google lean into in-store Commerce more and help solve search and you know all of these retail media Network opportunities for brick-and-mortar retailers like I feel like there's a lot of untapped. Opportunity there that I've been surprised to see Google not succeed at and so it'll be like is this a new chance for Google to start anew. Scot: [33:20] Yeah and then you know it's also interesting so if your Pinterest board and you're like we need an e-commerce Guru the PayPal Mafia thing is good but that was quite a while ago and Google hasn't. Done a ton so I would be hiring somebody to Amazon expects you know it'll be interesting to see what if. Because there's so many floating around what if some of them one of them ended up at Google that would be dug be kind of really interesting to see if Amazon has own Minion. Jason: [33:49] Especially when yeah if Flex Port can get a super senior SS team member. Scot: [33:53] Yeah why can't Google yeah it's kind of weird right, yeah and then you know to watch someone that maybe had a chip on their shoulder that said hey I didn't get a promotion I'm gonna I'm going to you know use all these assets that Google has and bring them to bear I think the reason why is when these people interview at these bigger companies be at a meta a Google or whatnot. You know there's not a board sea level and board level focus on it you know 21 if you're a Google. The sacred cow is the add thing and if you if you say something like you know what I want to divert 20% of traffic to this new thing then you know if you're not going to do that so so startups from probably more attractive because they have more flexibility and they're not stuck kind of in that innovators dilemma like some of the other systems are. Jason: [34:50] Yeah think about that that'll be my deep thought for today yeah so I think that one is super interesting I'm gonna continue to follow that closely one side note like Pinterest has previously hired a bunch of other, I'll call them like Commerce stars and like one that stands out to me is. The chief technology officer from Walmart I moved to Pinterest Jeremy King and so I mean there's you know this is not the first. White indication that Commerce is an important Initiative for Pinterest so we'll we'll see how Bill does there I hope he does well so one other transition that I'm getting a lot of calls about these last couple days, is Bed Bath & Beyond just had their quarterly their Q2 earnings report and it was atrocious, so their same-store sales were down like 24 or 25 percent their e-commerce was down like 23%, um and you know folks may remember like a year or two ago they forced out the. [35:52] One of the founders is CEO and they brought in a turnaround CEO this guy Mark Triton and I talked a lot about Mark Triton he was like very credibly one of the architects of targets exclusive, brand strategies and so he was, the chief Merchant that helped launched a bunch of products at Target that were wildly successful and he left Target to become the CEO of this struggling retailer, Bed Bath & Beyond shortly after they hired Mark Triton they got a new activists board member Ryan Cohen who bought a big chunk of. Bed Bath & Beyond Ryan was one of the founders of chewy and made a bunch of his money there he was like a principal shareholder and on the board at GameStop during all the, the craziness with Robin Hood and GameStop and Bone all that stuff and so, like Ryan kind of inherited Mark as his turnaround CEO and simultaneous with these like very disappointing Q2 earnings, they announced that Mark would be leaving and they appointed an interim CEO who's a Sugo of who's a, already a board member at Bed Bath and Beyond and former CEO from like Goff Smith and several other retailers. So [37:20] What I have found interesting about all this it's a really difficult situation but Bethenny on Xena in a tough situation. [37:29] And they certainly aren't performing very well and they have a lot of cooks there at the moment with with conflicting ideas about where to go but I have seen a lot of pundits kind of. Like dancing on Mark Triton's grave and talking about what a horrible higher this was and how stupid it was for Bed Bath and Beyond Beyond to go after this this. Exclusive brand strategy that Mark was trying to execute and how like oh obviously this was doomed from the beginning and anyone could have seen this wasn't going to work. Um and kind of writing him off and personally I feel like that's a little unfair like II. Mark certainly turned out not to be the right CEO for the circumstances the Bed Bath & Beyond was in but I actually think that that, you know Bed Bath & Beyond needs to invent a reason for people to go there and spoiler it's not the 20% off coupon anymore, um it's not the treasure hunt anymore, like you're not going to win on assortment as a big box like against Amazon right and so one of the smart ways to win against Amazon is to sell stuff that people want that Amazon doesn't have and if you can invent desirable products, that's a smart strategy and every big retailer in America is trying to execute that strategy and Mark like frankly has been better than most of executing that strategy I think. [38:52] That strategy kind of sucks when you're hemorrhaging your customer base people don't have a reason to come to your store and then you, execute the first wave of your private label products and they all get trapped on a boat off the coast of Long Beach and never make it to the store right and so I don't know of in a different era if Mark strategy would have worked. Ed Bed Bath & Beyond I don't think it was an unsound strategy you know it just right you probably needed a CEO who's a lot more focused on being good at supply chain and cost-cutting and was willing to make some hard decisions about. Curating the store assortment and stuff like that to kind of cut costs. Before you got around to launching these products and you know horrific timing that you tried to launch all these products like you do as a. During a huge supply chain disruption so I don't know what do you think you think it was a doom strategy. Scot: [39:47] I don't think the externalities are hard to pick out you know so you go from a supply chain crisis into a inflation. No stagnation spiral this is like a it's a really rough rough rough hand that he was dealt for sure. Jason: [40:04] Yeah yeah so I don't know I do think they're a bunch of other retailers that really aspire to launch more products so I have a feeling that you'll see Mark glance I'm somewhere pretty soon because I think he has a skill set that. That will be in demand and then it does not appear they're calling Sue an interim CEO I don't think anyone thinks she's the, the future of Bed Bath & Beyond so I think they're they are out there doing a CEO search it's going to be interesting to see what kind of person, what you know will step up to that challenge right now. Scot: [40:33] While you were talking about it kind of the crazy idea popped in my head you know these these Amazon FBA acquisition vehicles have all seemed to hit the skids pretty hard thrashy oh and what not, yeah there's a there's a path where maybe they buy one of those if you wanted to like parachute in 500 private label Brands to try and restore that, that's one acquisition path that you can take to become interesting I don't know if you know if that makes any sense for the categories or whatnot but that would be an interesting, way to solve that problem with an acquisition. Jason: [41:09] Yeah no I do think there's something there and I think just the. You know I'm not sure you want to hire a traditional product Centric Merchant driven CEO. You know for a traditional product Centric company you know that's kind of losing its way right like you probably need some complementary skills they add something new to the mix and you're right like there's kind of a big remix going on in the world right now there's a bunch of digital Talent from you know the Amazons and Google's of the world this spinning off there's a bunch of digital Talent from all these, kind of startup ecosystems that you know we're we're playing in the Amazon Echo System and now we're less appealing and in the the you don't have to be a roll ups are a perfect example of all those, you know I think a bunch of those guys you know and and women will probably find, their next career opportunities taking what they know and taking it to a different kind of business than kind of just recreating what they've been doing. Scot: [42:10] Totally agree we will see. Jason: [42:12] In e-commerce guy solving Carwash for the world or. Scot: [42:15] Crazy crazy talk you do cat litter I'll do car washes. Jason: [42:20] That sounds like a great plan and that sounds like a great place to leave it because it's happened again we've used up all our allotted time, but as I always have you found the show helpful or it was entertaining to scream at how wrong we were into your podcasting client then you could reward us for that entertainment by jumping on iTunes and leaving us that five star review. Scot: [42:44] Thanks everybody and until next time. Jason: [42:48] Happy commercing.

The James Altucher Show
The Redemption Arc of the Silicon Valley Porn Star with Jason Portnoy

The James Altucher Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 50:15 Very Popular


No matter how successful you're, or how rich you are, everyone has their own personal struggle that they are dealing with or had dealt with. Sometimes your issues and addiction get magnified when you get wealthier!In this episode, one of the PayPal Mafia, Jason Portnoy, Entrepreneur, venture capitalist, one of PayPal's first employees, and author, came on to talk about his origin story, his time with PayPal, and his addiction to porn, and sex. We also explore, why as successful as he is, would result in an affair with other women? How did he reconcile with his wife, and his recovery journey with his life coach, Melissa?Did he manage to redeem himself? Listen and find out!Visit Notepd.com to read more idea lists, or sign up and create your own idea list!My new book Skip The Line is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever you get your new book!Join You Should Run For President 2.0 Facebook Group, and we discuss why should run for president.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts:Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotify Follow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook

Off the Chain
#1025 Keith Rabois On The Critical Thinking Crises That's Underway

Off the Chain

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 51:35 Very Popular


Keith Rabois is a General Partner at Founders Fund, A member of the "Paypal Mafia" and has helped build and invest in multiple billion dollar companies. This audio podcast was pulled from my live event with Keith Rabois at Showfields in Miami, Florida. In this conversation, we talk about the frameworks around critical thinking, including how it's done, changing your mind on closely held beliefs, and the downsides to having so much conviction. We also discuss the macro economy and other current events such as Covid, gun control, Bitcoin and geopolitics. To see the full video interview of my chat with Keith, go to my Anthony Pompliano YouTube Channel. ======================= FTX.US is the safe, regulated way to buy and sell Bitcoin and other digital assets. Trade crypto with up to 85% lower fees than top competitors. There are no fixed minimum fees, no ACH transaction fees, and no withdrawal fees.   FTX.US is also the only leading exchange that supports both Ethereum and Solana NFTs.   Download the FTX App today and use referral code “Pomp” to earn free crypto on every trade over $10. The more you trade, the more you earn. ======================== BCB Group is the leading payment services partner for the digital assets industry. BCB Group provides payment services in 30+ currencies, FX, cryptocurrency liquidity, digital asset custody and BLINC, which is BCB's free, instant settlements network for the BCB client ecosystem. Find out more by visiting bcbgroup.com/pomp ======================= Brave Wallet is the first secure crypto wallet built natively in a web3 crypto browser. No extension required. Store, manage, and grow your portfolio, get NFT & multi-chain support, and more.    Download the Brave privacy browser at brave.com/Pomp, and click the wallet icon to get started. =======================

The Canadian Investor
Paypal Mafia and Crypto Lending Platforms in Trouble

The Canadian Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:24


In this release of the Canadian Investor Podcast, we cover the following topics: How to save on foreign exchange fees with the Norberts Gambit method Crypto Lending Platforms experiencing liquidity issues The paypal mafia, a list of great entrepreneurs that all came from paypal's early days Tickers of stocks discussed: DLR.TO, DLR.U.TO, PYPL Check out our portfolio by going to Jointci.com Our Website Canadian Investor Podcast Twitter: @cdn_investing Simon's twitter: @Fiat_Iceberg Braden's twitter: @BradoCapital Sign up to Stratosphere for free

How Did We Miss That? by IndependentLeft.news / Leftists.today / IndependentLeft.media
Indie visited w/ Sabby Sabs | Paypal Mafia and Breaking Points Link - How Did We Miss That Ep 38

How Did We Miss That? by IndependentLeft.news / Leftists.today / IndependentLeft.media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 112:44


Covering: Indie's Visit to Sabby Sabs' Show on Wednesday, Plus reviewing the new INN Substack Piece Covering Breaking Point's Billionaire links to Paypal Mafia members. https://indienewsnetwork.substack.com/p/breaking-points-funders-max-alvarez?s=w How Did We Miss That? Is a show airing on ROKFIN/YouTube/Twitch/Facebook/Twitter/Odysee/Telegram Sunday nights at 10pm ET / 7pm PT, reviewing a few BIG stories we haven't seen covered much in our independent media channels this weel. Co-hosted by Indie, Founder & Editor of @indleftnews & @ReefBreland, creator of @dorediscord & host of Reefer After Dark. All of the stories were featured in our Substack, http://Leftists.today and at the top of IndependentLeft.News Where can you like, follow & support #IndependentLeftNews?

How I Built This with Guy Raz
PayPal: Max Levchin (Part 1 of 2)

How I Built This with Guy Raz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 88:10 Very Popular


During its formative years in the late 1990's, Paypal attracted an extraordinary group of young entrepreneurs, who then went on to build some of the best known companies in tech. They became known as The PayPal Mafia—and Max Levchin was one of the leaders. A computer genius from Soviet Ukraine, Max joined Peter Thiel, Elon Musk, Reid Hoffman and others as they grew PayPal into a massively successful online payment service. Along the way, they encountered almost every start-up challenge imaginable, including the emotional ouster of Elon Musk as CEO. After PayPal was acquired by eBay in 2002, Max couldn't sit still, so he launched a startup lab that eventually led to another successful fintech company: Affirm. Guy will talk to Max about Affirm next week, in the second episode of this two-part series. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Smart Nonsense
We partied with the PayPal Mafia

Smart Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 47:13


We went to David Sacks' secret 50th birthday party. Here are the non-NDA deets...

Smart Nonsense
Our 3-hour dinner with David Sacks

Smart Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 61:30


We had a 3-hour dinner with David Sacks. Here's what we learned... 0:00 – Intro 6:45 – Wim Hof seizure 21:35 – David Sacks house tour 25:54 – Dinner with Sacks 30:05 – Does Sacks regret leaving friends behind? 32:41 – Why get rich? 36:20 – How much money is enough? 38:28 – Sacks roasts our business 40:25 – Qualtrics vs SurveyMonkey (my #1 lesson) 50:25 – Product idea: Gary Vee in a box 52:04 – Do we sell to PayPal Mafia? 53:29 – Takeaways

The Winning Move Podcast
We Need To Prepare For An Economic Hurricane | Weekly Financial Update with Michael Zuber

The Winning Move Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 24:57


Show notes: - Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down - Why did Sheryl Sandberg step down and how will it affect Meta/Facebook? - Will Elon Musk make Sheryl Sandberg Twitter's new CEO? - Jamie Dimon says there's an economic hurricane coming - Elon Musk shaving 10% of Tesla's workforce because he has 'a bad feeling' - Economy added 390,000 jobs in May, unemployment at 3.6% - Why a recession is coming - Unemployment bottoms at the start of a recession - The housing slowdown is real and it's here - You can make a million dollars and still go bankrupt in a year - Wholesaling is a hard business and there haven't been any new people - Why the creative investors will win the next two years - Will venture capitalists be okay with a company as bloated as Twitter? - Ego is a dangerous thing - The PayPal Mafia - 5 tips for creating a top sales team - Turning 3 products from zero to $100,000,000 - Closing

All-In with Chamath, Jason, Sacks & Friedberg
#AIS: Pear VC's Mar Hershenson on making successful founders

All-In with Chamath, Jason, Sacks & Friedberg

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 37:41 Very Popular


This talk was recorded LIVE at the All-In Summit in Miami and included slides. To watch on YouTube, check out our All-In Summit playlist: https://bit.ly/aisytplaylist 0:00 Pear VC Founding Managing Partner Mar Hershenson gives a talk on making successful entrepreneurs: can great founders be created, or is it something they are born with? 17:04 Bestie Q&A with Mar: Catalyzing great founders, why the PayPal Mafia created more unicorns than early Google employees, creating more opportunity for underrepresented founders, inducing failure & more Follow Mar: https://twitter.com/marhershenson Follow the besties: https://twitter.com/chamath https://linktr.ee/calacanis https://twitter.com/DavidSacks https://twitter.com/friedberg Follow the pod: https://twitter.com/theallinpod https://linktr.ee/allinpodcast Intro Music Credit: https://rb.gy/tppkzl https://twitter.com/yung_spielburg Intro Video Credit: https://twitter.com/TheZachEffect

Fintech Leaders
Jimmy Soni: The Inside Story of PayPal – Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, Max Levchin, and the Company that Shaped the Modern Internet

Fintech Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 52:46


Miguel Armaza sits down with Jimmy Soni, writer and best-selling author of The Founders: The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley.If you've talked to me over the last month, chances are I've recommended you read Jimmy's book. In fact, I think every early-stage fintech founder, operator, and investor should pick up a copy of The Founders, where Jimmy does a brilliant job at detailing some of the most interesting years of PayPal. From day zero in 1998, down to the 2002 eBay acquisition.This book will transport you to the days when Elon Musk, Max Levchin, Peter Thiel, David Sacks, Roelof Botha, Reid Hoffman, and a long list of PayPal Mafia characters fought day in and day out to build one of the most influential fintech companies in the world. Some of my favorite highlights include finding product-market fit, pioneering fraud-fighting techniques that are still widely used in the industry to this day, fiercely competing against eBay, and – especially relevant these days - fundraising in the midst of the dot-com bubble. Enjoy!Want more podcast episodes? Join me and follow Fintech Leaders today on Apple, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app for weekly conversations with today's global leaders that will dominate the 21st century in fintech, business, and beyond. Do you prefer a written summary, instead? Check out the Fintech Leaders newsletter and join  33,000+ readers around the world! Miguel Armaza is Co-Founder & Managing General Partner of Gilgamesh Ventures, a seed-stage investment fund focused on fintech in the Americas. He also hosts and writes the Fintech Leaders podcast and newsletter. Miguel on LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3nKha4ZMiguel on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Jb5oBcFintech Leaders Newsletter: bit.ly/3jWIpqp

Off the Chain
#969 David Sacks The Return Of Capitalism & Critical Thinking

Off the Chain

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 90:50 Very Popular


David Sacks is a world-renowned entrepreneur & investor and host of the All-In Podcast. He is a member of the Paypal Mafia, sold Yammer to Microsoft for a billion dollars, and currently operates one of the most successful VC firms at Craft Ventures. In this conversation, we discuss everything from the success of the All-In Podcast & the All-In Summit in Miami, the lost of trust in traditional media outlets, why people being red-pilled over the past few years, The Fed's mishandling of the market, the current bear market, and if Bitcoin can become a global reserve currency. David then closes the episode by giving world-class advice to Founders during these turbulent times. ======================= Since 2018 Copper has been at the forefront of institutional digital asset development.   From award winning custody solutions, to creating the first truly off-exchange settlement function, Copper pioneers technology, products, and services, in lock-step with a rapidly changing world.    No other infrastructure provider covers as many assets, across as many exchanges, with the speed and security that Copper can offer. To learn how Copper helps the world's largest institutional investors secure their digital assets, head over to copper.co   Copper - the unfair advantage. ======================= Compass Mining is the world's first online marketplace for bitcoin mining hardware and hosting. Compass was founded with the goal of making it easy for everyone to mine bitcoin.  Visit http://compassmining.io to start mining bitcoin today!  ======================= Bullish is a powerful new digital asset exchange built for institutions that delivers the innovations of DeFi in a regulated environment. The Bullish Hybrid Order Book pairs the high-performance of a traditional Central Limit Order Book with automated market making. Powered by deep Bullish Liquidity Pools, backed by the multi-billion dollar Bullish Treasury. So, you can trade with certainty and at scale across variable market conditions.   Learn more at Bullish.com or follow @Bullish on Twitter. Because the future belongs to the bullish.   *Not investment advice. Digital assets and cryptocurrencies are high risk products. Consult your professional advisor before dealing in them. Bullish's services are available in select locations only and not to U.S persons.    Visit https://bullish.com/legal for important information and risk warnings =======================

Supermanagers
From PayPal Mafia to Viral Startups: How David Sacks Leads Growth at Iconic Companies (with David Sacks, General Partner at Craft Ventures)

Supermanagers

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 57:02


https://fellow.app/supermanagers/david-sacks-craft-ventures-from-paypal-mafia-to-viral-startups We asked David about the famous “PayPal Mafia” – and how he was able to recruit all these talented people… Subscribe to our newsletter to gain access to the exclusive content and his answer here: https://fellow.app/newsletter/ David was part of the infamous Paypal Mafia, the founder of Yammer, and today is the general partner at Craft Ventures. David shares some incredibly useful information for CEO's, managers, founders, anyone who is interested in taking their organization to the next level. David shares his take on introverted leadership, how he tamed the growth at his past hyper-growth companies, when to throw out processes and so much more. Tune in to hear all about David's leadership journey and the lessons learned along the way!

The Darius Foroux Show: Master Your Productivity. Master Your Life.
Jimmy Soni on Elon Musk The PayPal Mafia and his writing process

The Darius Foroux Show: Master Your Productivity. Master Your Life.

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 89:19


In this episode, I invited Jimmy Soni, who's an author, speaker, and speechwriter, to talk about the founders of Paypal and Elon Musk, We talked about work ethics, consistency, vision, leadership, and his writing process. The Founders by Jimmy Soni: amazon.com/dp/1501197266/ Learn more about Jimmy here: jimmysoni.com/ Thanks for listening! --- Receive weekly tips to become Wise & Wealthy Wise & Wealthy is a weekly newsletter full of proven ideas to become smarter and wealthier. I send this short email every Monday and every other Thursday. Join for free here: dariusforoux.com/ --- Timestamps: 00:46 - The Founders: The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley 01:11 - Elon Musk & Twitter 02:24 - Zip2 02:56 - X.com 03:39 - Space X 04:16 - Consistency of vision 07:18 - Scale of ambition 08:22 - How Elon Musk put the same amount of pressure. 11:15 - Leadership 13:44 - Max Levchin's management training 16:30 - Hiring and empowering people that are better than you 17:48 - Peter Thiel, Reid Hoffman, David O. Sacks 19:47 - Enough amount of confidence to get somewhere 20:04 - Sanjay Bhargava 20:59 - A company is an exercise and a recursive self-improvement 23:59 - Why is it called X.com? 26:09 - SB Master (Naming Paypal) 29:08 - Wealthfront 31:24 - First principles thinking 33:50 - Challenge your own habits 37:58 - "Money is an information system" 42:56 - On asking yourself, Why? 50:32 - Amy Klement 53:35 - Ways to convert difficulties 59:46 - David Goggins "Memoir" Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds 1:00:38 - Jimmy Soni's Writing process 1:12:43 - Seth Goldin - Purple cow 1:14:23 - Jimmy Soni's Reading habit 1:15:48 - Brad Stone's "Everything story" 1:17:37 - Walter Isaacson 1:19:07 - Relentless.com "a.k.a Amazon" 1:26:53 - Spend time and energy to do something and feel accomplished

The REAL David Knight Show
Wed 11May22 Will Thiel & Musk Save Us From ESG of Blackrock & Vanguard

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 181:39


* Biden Administration's under-the-radar move to give WHO dictatorial powers* Oath Keepers — from defending to offending the Constitution* INTERVIEW: Scott Lively, ScottLively.net, — Supreme Court & the "Roberts Court" power, politics and leaking. Sex Ed is about more than grooming — it's about "imprinting"2000 Mules: more info is coming & "fact checkers" are lying about tracking capabilities but 2000 Mules is missing the key point* About 1/3 of all EV chargers in San Francisco Bay Area are NOT functioning and Newsom is crashing power generation INTO the grid* Are Musk, Thiel and PayPal Mafia going to save us from Blackrock & woke corporations? What you need to know about Hegelian corporatism* Endorsement Wars — primaries are testing Trump's control of GOP* Disney's copyright gift about to be taken back?TOPICS by SEGMENTSegment 1* Just like Venezuela — restaurant deals with rapidly escalating prices by putting stickers on menu* The world is starved for diesel fuel the lifeblood of the supply chain including foodSegment 2 begins approximately 00:23:33* A third of EV chargers in San Francisco are non-functional* Newsom is destroying the power grid* EV buses that spontaneously combusted in battery fires pulled from the market. * Transition to EV batteries will have profound geopolitical effects — weakening USASegment 3 begins approximately 00:42:39* Disney turns Marvel's Loki into a gender fluid, bisexual. LGBT activists are not satisfied but Republicans offer a bill to take away their special copyright for 120 years* Peter Thiel is backing a fund to compete against Blackrock's ESG activism. The PayPal mafia is a different kind of threat and Thiel is no fan of free market capitalism saying "competition is for losers"Segment 4 begins approximately 01:08:10Pompeo endorses the Davos globalist who is opposing Trump's Davos globalist. Wikipedia purges conservative Kathy Barnett who's in a 3 way tie for PA Senate nomination as video surfaces showing Nina Jank suggesting Twitter should edit user content like WikipediaSegment 5 begins approximately 01:22:02WEF member lays out the case for depopulation — unless we have 90% reduction in population, we'll need a "very strong dictatorship" globallyBiden has proposed new rules enabling WHO to declare state of emergency anywhere they desireSegment 6 begins approximately 01:38:02Listener sees the elephant in the room ignored by 2000 Mules documentary and the GOPOathkeepers — does the government have a "seditious conspiracy" case? Segment 7 begins approximately 01:59:15INTERVIEW Scott Lively, ScottLively.net, attorney, pastor, human rights consultant, missionary, and author. Where is the balance of power in the Roberts Supreme Court and how has it usurped power and embraced the purging of free exercise of religion?Segment 8 begins approximately 02:34:37Scott Lively talks about his book "Redeeming the Rainbow". Groomer education is worse than you think — it's about "imprintingFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621

The David Knight Show
Wed 11May22 Will Thiel & Musk Save Us From ESG of Blackrock & Vanguard

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 181:39


* Biden Administration's under-the-radar move to give WHO dictatorial powers* Oath Keepers — from defending to offending the Constitution* INTERVIEW: Scott Lively, ScottLively.net, — Supreme Court & the "Roberts Court" power, politics and leaking. Sex Ed is about more than grooming — it's about "imprinting"2000 Mules: more info is coming & "fact checkers" are lying about tracking capabilities but 2000 Mules is missing the key point* About 1/3 of all EV chargers in San Francisco Bay Area are NOT functioning and Newsom is crashing power generation INTO the grid* Are Musk, Thiel and PayPal Mafia going to save us from Blackrock & woke corporations? What you need to know about Hegelian corporatism* Endorsement Wars — primaries are testing Trump's control of GOP* Disney's copyright gift about to be taken back?TOPICS by SEGMENTSegment 1* Just like Venezuela — restaurant deals with rapidly escalating prices by putting stickers on menu* The world is starved for diesel fuel the lifeblood of the supply chain including foodSegment 2 begins approximately 00:23:33* A third of EV chargers in San Francisco are non-functional* Newsom is destroying the power grid* EV buses that spontaneously combusted in battery fires pulled from the market. * Transition to EV batteries will have profound geopolitical effects — weakening USASegment 3 begins approximately 00:42:39* Disney turns Marvel's Loki into a gender fluid, bisexual. LGBT activists are not satisfied but Republicans offer a bill to take away their special copyright for 120 years* Peter Thiel is backing a fund to compete against Blackrock's ESG activism. The PayPal mafia is a different kind of threat and Thiel is no fan of free market capitalism saying "competition is for losers"Segment 4 begins approximately 01:08:10Pompeo endorses the Davos globalist who is opposing Trump's Davos globalist. Wikipedia purges conservative Kathy Barnett who's in a 3 way tie for PA Senate nomination as video surfaces showing Nina Jank suggesting Twitter should edit user content like WikipediaSegment 5 begins approximately 01:22:02WEF member lays out the case for depopulation — unless we have 90% reduction in population, we'll need a "very strong dictatorship" globallyBiden has proposed new rules enabling WHO to declare state of emergency anywhere they desireSegment 6 begins approximately 01:38:02Listener sees the elephant in the room ignored by 2000 Mules documentary and the GOPOathkeepers — does the government have a "seditious conspiracy" case? Segment 7 begins approximately 01:59:15INTERVIEW Scott Lively, ScottLively.net, attorney, pastor, human rights consultant, missionary, and author. Where is the balance of power in the Roberts Supreme Court and how has it usurped power and embraced the purging of free exercise of religion?Segment 8 begins approximately 02:34:37Scott Lively talks about his book "Redeeming the Rainbow". Groomer education is worse than you think — it's about "imprintingFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis
Jimmy Soni: How PayPal Shaped Silicon Valley

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022


Before Elon Musk was the world’s wealthiest man, founder of a rocket company, and owner of Twitter, he was best known as one of the founders of PayPal. Other PayPal alumni went on to found companies like YouTube, Yelp, and LinkedIn. And the “don” of the PayPal Mafia, Peter Thiel, is now known for his political activism and contributions to Republican campaigns. So what can we learn about Musk and... Source

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Political Economy with James Pethokoukis: Jimmy Soni: How PayPal Shaped Silicon Valley

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022


Before Elon Musk was the world’s wealthiest man, founder of a rocket company, and owner of Twitter, he was best known as one of the founders of PayPal. Other PayPal alumni went on to found companies like YouTube, Yelp, and LinkedIn. And the “don” of the PayPal Mafia, Peter Thiel, is now known for his […]

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis
Jimmy Soni: How PayPal Shaped Silicon Valley

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 31:59


Before Elon Musk was the world's wealthiest man, founder of a rocket company, and owner of Twitter, he was best known as one of the founders of PayPal. Other PayPal alumni went on to found companies like YouTube, Yelp, and LinkedIn. And the "don" of the PayPal Mafia, Peter Thiel, is now known for his political activism and contributions to Republican campaigns. So what can we learn about Musk and Thiel—and about Silicon Valley—from the early history of PayPal? To find out, I'm joined by Jimmy Soni. Jimmy is an award-winning author of three books. His first two, co-authored with Rob Goodman, are https://www.amazon.com/Romes-Last-Citizen-Legacy-Mortal-ebook/dp/B0085UD4A0 (Rome's Last Citizen), a biography of Cato the Younger, and https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M5IJN1P/ (A Mind at Play), a biography of Claude Shannon. His latest is https://www.amazon.com/Founders-Paypal-Entrepreneurs-Shaped-Silicon-ebook/dp/B08BZXPTGJ (The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley), released earlier this year.

Beers, Business, and Balls
Episode 86 (May 3, 2022): Frank “The Tank” Fleming, Barstool Sports

Beers, Business, and Balls

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 114:04


Frank “The Tank” Fleming, Barstool Sports (39:00 mark) BEERS: It's back to Boston this week, as we both take a crack at some of the City of Champions' most popular spots. Jake stops at North Shore favorite Lord Hobo's new location in Seaport, and comes home with an exclusive mixed four-pack that can only be purchased at their location. This time around, it's “DROP,” a milkshake double-IPA. It's got punch, it's got flavor, and it's got substance…what will Jake's rating be? Will talks the Trillium Fort Point dilemma; while it's full of good craft beer to please everyone's appetites, it's become a bit too much of a “pregame” spot for all the wrong reasons. Really Big Bird, however, is a HUGE standout beer that is definitely contributing to the out-the-door lines. BUSINESS: In our two years of podcasting, we feel like every single business segment has been leading to this. Elon Musk has officially reached a deal with Twitter, buying the social media company for a whopping $44 billion. How did the king of memes - the same guy who built two of the most promising companies in Tesla and SpaceX - become the owner of social media's biggest platforms? We discuss the Paypal Mafia, who could potentially be in Elon's C-Suite, and make bets on when (or if) this purchase actually goes through. In other news, Amazon has seen better days - they're down 26% in the past month alone due to labor crises, supply chain issues, and a disappointing earnings call. Is now the time to buy Amazon stock, or has the window come-and-gone? BALLS (presented by Manscaped): It's not every day you get the chance to talk with a character like Frank “The Tank” Fleming. From soda & hot dog reviews, to tireless rants about the Mets & Nets, you've seen Frank's musings on social media before. We discuss how far the Mets can go, why “Steve Trash” should be fired in Brooklyn, and who the New Jersey Devils should be building around in the coming years. Frank also needed to express his extreme dissatisfaction with NJ Transit. In other news, the Yankees are the hottest team in baseball, and they're right up there with their Big Apple counterparts in the Mets. We debate if we actually want a Subway Series Fall Classic. We also give our NFL Draft recap and declare our draft winners & losers. We're proud to present Manscaped as our latest partner! What guy wouldn't want The Right Tools for The Job?! Head over to manscaped.com/house, or use the code HOUSE at checkout for 20% off AND free shipping on your order. Thanks for listening! Remember to hit the follow button on Spotify, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beersbusinessandballs/support

AKKI & FRIENDS (because none of my friends are consistent)

It's just the fellas today as Camille is out for this episode. The guys get into twitter going back to free speech and what this means for Elon vs Jeff. We also discuss Elon and the PayPal Mafia. We break down the feud between Disney and The Florida government. We also discuss the social construct of relationships and Marriage. Plus more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aklilu-harvey/support

The REAL David Knight Show
Mon 2May22 EMERGENCY: Obama's W.H.O. TIME BOMB — About to Detonate

The REAL David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 181:46


* EMERGENCY: Obama's W.H.O. TIME BOMB. James Roguski, DontYouDare.info, joins — on what slipped in the very last day of his presidency, now ready to be detonated by WHO* The "PayPal Mafia" and Transhumanism. WSJ says alumni of PayPal who've had an outsized effect on BigTech, are helping Musk take over Twitter. What is the libertarian transhumanism of Elon Musk, Peter Thiel?* "Freedom Fighters" fought by anti-freedom Trudeau & RCMPChina is not easing up on lockdown — how long will it take for supply chain to recover once they do?* Biden's attack on fuel is already impacting global food supply. Will he starve millions like his hero Madeline Albright? Maybe Mao?* Digital ID's are being pushed globally right now. It's like there's a conspiracy or something?TODAY'S TOPICSSegment 1* WSJ says the "PayPal Mafia" is behind Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter. * Who are they? * What does Thiel's venture capital successes and his revenge against Gawker tell us about their politics?* Who is Peter Thiel the "Don" of the group? What are his ties to conservatives? Is he libertarian? Nationalist?Segment 2 begins approximately 00:23:53* Thiel, founder of Palantir (data mining for CIA), Clearview AI (facial & biometric ID and database) and Bilderberg Steering Committee, co-founder of the Singularity Institute* How does transhumanist religion see man and how are some "Christian" leaders trying to redefine Christianity to fit into its paradigm?* Tranhumanists think they're going to create a way to live forever. Do they even understand what LIFE is? Segment 3 begins approximately 00:55:35* Is it possible to transfer "YOU" to a computer as Elon Musk and Peter Thiel think?* Gnosticsm, technocrats, eugenics and HG Wells* Arthur C. Clarke & "Childhood's End"* How Musk's transhumanism and post humanism drive Neuralink and his vision of us all becoming cyborgs (he says we've already started)* Elon Musk's wholehearted embrace of the GreatReset, UBI, Andrew Yang and Neo-Marxism Segment 4 begins approximately 01:21:50* Ottawa rally for freedom "Rolling Thunder" met with massive police presence, arrests — and Trudeau hiding AGAIN* BBC's "Question Time" and an audience member nails the REAL issue — not BoJo's violation of HIS rules, but how the rules violated EVERYONE ELSE'S LIVES* As China doubles down, analysts have a figure for how long it will take to recover whenever the disruption ends* China is in a position to completely dominate both EV's (electric vehicles) and AV's (autonomous vehicles) while the USA destroys it's automotive industry, the engine of manufacturing and transportation* Fuel embargo is already killing fertilizer production and the cutback will devastate crop yields* Jason Kenney pretends to be conservative again, calling out Trudeau on jab mandates (still in place) but pushes Digital ID. He's not the only leader pushing Digital ID. It's like there's a conspiracy or somethingSegment 5 begins approximately 01:57:03INTERVIEW: EMERGENCY — Obama's W.H.O. TIME BOMB. It was planned. James Roguski, DontYouDare.info, joins. James poured through thousands of pages of public documents and hiding in plain sight is a plan to give dictatorial powers to the WHO, slipped into the federal registry the very last day of his presidency, now ready to be detonated by WHO assuming massive new powersSegment 6 begins approximately 02:29:00INTERVIEW continuesFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621

The David Knight Show
Mon 2May22 EMERGENCY: Obama's W.H.O. TIME BOMB — About to Detonate

The David Knight Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 181:46


* EMERGENCY: Obama's W.H.O. TIME BOMB. James Roguski, DontYouDare.info, joins — on what slipped in the very last day of his presidency, now ready to be detonated by WHO* The "PayPal Mafia" and Transhumanism. WSJ says alumni of PayPal who've had an outsized effect on BigTech, are helping Musk take over Twitter. What is the libertarian transhumanism of Elon Musk, Peter Thiel?* "Freedom Fighters" fought by anti-freedom Trudeau & RCMPChina is not easing up on lockdown — how long will it take for supply chain to recover once they do?* Biden's attack on fuel is already impacting global food supply. Will he starve millions like his hero Madeline Albright? Maybe Mao?* Digital ID's are being pushed globally right now. It's like there's a conspiracy or something?TODAY'S TOPICSSegment 1* WSJ says the "PayPal Mafia" is behind Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter. * Who are they? * What does Thiel's venture capital successes and his revenge against Gawker tell us about their politics?* Who is Peter Thiel the "Don" of the group? What are his ties to conservatives? Is he libertarian? Nationalist?Segment 2 begins approximately 00:23:53* Thiel, founder of Palantir (data mining for CIA), Clearview AI (facial & biometric ID and database) and Bilderberg Steering Committee, co-founder of the Singularity Institute* How does transhumanist religion see man and how are some "Christian" leaders trying to redefine Christianity to fit into its paradigm?* Tranhumanists think they're going to create a way to live forever. Do they even understand what LIFE is? Segment 3 begins approximately 00:55:35* Is it possible to transfer "YOU" to a computer as Elon Musk and Peter Thiel think?* Gnosticsm, technocrats, eugenics and HG Wells* Arthur C. Clarke & "Childhood's End"* How Musk's transhumanism and post humanism drive Neuralink and his vision of us all becoming cyborgs (he says we've already started)* Elon Musk's wholehearted embrace of the GreatReset, UBI, Andrew Yang and Neo-Marxism Segment 4 begins approximately 01:21:50* Ottawa rally for freedom "Rolling Thunder" met with massive police presence, arrests — and Trudeau hiding AGAIN* BBC's "Question Time" and an audience member nails the REAL issue — not BoJo's violation of HIS rules, but how the rules violated EVERYONE ELSE'S LIVES* As China doubles down, analysts have a figure for how long it will take to recover whenever the disruption ends* China is in a position to completely dominate both EV's (electric vehicles) and AV's (autonomous vehicles) while the USA destroys it's automotive industry, the engine of manufacturing and transportation* Fuel embargo is already killing fertilizer production and the cutback will devastate crop yields* Jason Kenney pretends to be conservative again, calling out Trudeau on jab mandates (still in place) but pushes Digital ID. He's not the only leader pushing Digital ID. It's like there's a conspiracy or somethingSegment 5 begins approximately 01:57:03INTERVIEW: EMERGENCY — Obama's W.H.O. TIME BOMB. It was planned. James Roguski, DontYouDare.info, joins. James poured through thousands of pages of public documents and hiding in plain sight is a plan to give dictatorial powers to the WHO, slipped into the federal registry the very last day of his presidency, now ready to be detonated by WHO assuming massive new powersSegment 6 begins approximately 02:29:00INTERVIEW continuesFind out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-show Or you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at:  $davidknightshowBTC to:  bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621

FRSHOUT
Episode 85 | "The PayPal Mafia"

FRSHOUT

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 90:33


On this episode, L.B. the Podfather is back to unpack the hottest topics in the music industry and around the world. L.B. starts off by giving the fans a quick history lesson on Elon Musk and the "PayPal Mafia" as we discuss the recent $44 billion dollar purchase of Twitter. Later in the show the FRSHOUT crew hits on the newly released footage from 2018 of North Carolina rapper DaBaby allegedly defending himself in local Wal-Mart -- the panel is asked if the rapper truly was protecting himself or was he the aggressor. Finally the guys fully unpack the emotional Megan Thee Stallion interview with Gayle King. This episode is full "tin foil kufi" talk and real hip hop debate -- subscribe, tune in, and comment below! Shout-out to all the fans and thank you again for all the continued love and support. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/frshoutshow/message

Just Get Started Podcast
#225 Jimmy Soni on Writing the Origin Story of the Paypal Mafia

Just Get Started Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 66:03


Episode 225 features Jimmy Soni, an award-winning author, and his next book, THE FOUNDERS, launched on 2/22/22, which explores the lives and early careers of the founders of PayPal. For this project, he was able to interview over 200 former PayPal employees, including Peter Thiel, Elon Musk, Max Levchin, Reid Hoffman, and many others.Find Jimmy Online:Website: www.jimmysoni.comLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimmysoni/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jimmyasoniTwitter: https://twitter.com/jimmyasoniAbout Jimmy:Jimmy Soni is an award-winning author. His next book, THE FOUNDERS, launched on 2/22/22, explores the lives and early careers of the founders of PayPal. For this project, he was able to interview over 200 former PayPal employees, including Peter Thiel, Elon Musk, Max Levchin, Reid Hoffman, and many others.His last book, A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age, won the 2017 Neumann Prize, awarded by the British Society for the History of Mathematics for the best book on the history of mathematics for a general audience, and the Middleton Prize by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).His most recent work, Jane's Carousel, completed with the late Jane Walentas, captured one woman's remarkable twenty-five-year journey to restore a beloved carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park.He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his daughter, Venice.........Thank you for listening! If you wanted to learn more about the host, Brian Ondrako, check out his “Now” Page - https://www.brianondrako.com/now or Sign up for his Weekly Newsletter and 3x a Week Blog - https://brianondrako.com/subscribe/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Lunar Society
24: Jimmy Soni - Peter Thiel, Elon Musk, and the Paypal Mafia

The Lunar Society

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2022 67:48


Jimmy Soni is the author of The Founders: The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/OEcOUgXvz7g Buy the book: https://amzn.to/30PqMV2 Follow Jimmy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jimmyasoni Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwarkesh_sp Timestamps: (0:00:00) - Bell Labs vs PayPal (0:05:12) - Scenius in Ancient Rome and America's Founding (0:07:02) - Girard at PayPal (0:15:17) - Thiel almost shorts the Dot com bubble (0:19:49) - Does Zero to One contradict PayPal's story? (0:27:57) - Hilarious Russian hacker story (0:29:06) - Why is Thiel so good at spotting talent? (0:34:50) - Did PayPal make talent or discover it? (0:40:40) - Japanese mafia invests in PayPal?! (0:44:42) - Upcoming TV show on PayPal (0:48:11) - Musk in ancient Rome (0:52:12) - Why didn't Musk keep pursuing finance? (0:56:32) - Why didn't the mafia get back together? (1:00:06) - Jimmy's writing process

Chicago Dog Walk
Tuesday 4/12/22 - PayPal Mafia

Chicago Dog Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 42:54 Very Popular


Chief joins the show to talk about the PayPal mafia. We get into their careers before PayPal, the massive deal they had with Ebay, where they are at now with their success, and more.

The Charles Mizrahi Show
The Story of PayPal — Jimmy Soni

The Charles Mizrahi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 51:27


Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and hundreds of the biggest names in Silicon Valley started at PayPal. Known as the “PayPal Mafia,” these free-thinking entrepreneurs created the blueprint for tech companies today. Author Jimmy Soni sits down with host Charles Mizrahi to discuss the untold story of PayPal's founding and how it paved the way for companies like Tesla, Facebook, YouTube, and SpaceX. Topics Discussed: An Introduction to Jimmy Soni (00:00:00) Silicon Valley Has PayPal to Thank (00:01:38) PayPal's Start (00:7:30) The Origins of Elon Musk (00:17:01) PayPal's Unique Recruitment Process (00:27:33) Peter Thiel's Management Style (00:30:13) Thiel's Story (00:32:56) Why PayPal Founders Are Driven to Innovate (00:40:44) What We Can Learn (00:43:59) Guest Bio: Jimmy Soni is an award-winning author. He previously served as managing editor of HuffPost and was named in Forbes' “30 Under 30” list. Soni has co-authored several books with Rob Goodman, winning the 2017 Neumann Prize for A Mind at Play. Their essays have been featured in Politico, HuffPost, and Business Insider. Soni's recent solo book (below) tells the story of PayPal's founding. Resources Mentioned: · https://www.amazon.com/Founders-Paypal-Entrepreneurs-Shaped-Silicon/dp/1501197266 (The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley) · https://www.amazon.com/Mind-Play-Shannon-Invented-Information/dp/1476766681 (A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age) Transcript: https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/podcast-season-7/2022/04/12/story-paypal-jimmy-soni/ (https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/)  Don't Forget To... • Subscribe to my podcast! • Download this episode to save for later • Liked this episode? Leave a kind review! Subscribe to Charles' Alpha Investor newsletter today: https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1962483 (https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1962483)

CFO Bookshelf
Don't Call Us the PayPal Mafia

CFO Bookshelf

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 69:57


If you've been searching for the PayPal version of Brad Stone's, The Everything Store, then you can start with Jimmy Soni's new book, The Founders.In this fast-paced interview with the author, we learn many smaller stories behind the bigger ones of PayPal's big obstacles it faced before its IPO:the lack of innovation at the big banksReid Hoffman's role in what PayPal is todayThe combination of X.com and ConfinityPeter Thiel, the reluctant CEO and the Elon Musk Palace CoupeSecurity - from innocence to frustration to superiorityThe love-hate relationship between PayPal and eBayFinally, we hit the bookends hard--the three-hour conversation with Elon Musk and the moving and inspiring epilogue.

JSlay: Made in the USA Podcast
Different Views on the End Times: Heretical or Biblical?

JSlay: Made in the USA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 12:25


Rod D. Martin, is the founder and CEO of The Martin Organization, a technology entrepreneur, futurist, hedge fund manager and part of the original "PayPal Mafia" as a senior contributor to CEO Peter Thiel. Rod is formerly an officer on the executive committee of the Southern Baptist Convention and has a deep knowledge of the history and framework of the SBC, and is currently a part of the Conservative Baptist Network along with Carol Swain and Voddie Baucham to try and help them correct course. In this interview, we do a deep dive into the recent controversies within the SBC, how they drafted into Evangelical Leftism (AKA "wokeness") and the surprisingly simple solutions for correcting their course.

JSlay: Made in the USA Podcast
How Baptists Went WOKE, and What to Do About It

JSlay: Made in the USA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 45:33


Rod D. Martin, is the founder and CEO of The Martin Organization, a technology entrepreneur, futurist, hedge fund manager and part of the original "PayPal Mafia" as a senior contributor to CEO Peter Thiel. Rod is formerly an officer on the executive committee of the Southern Baptist Convention and has a deep knowledge of the history and framework of the SBC, and is currently a part of the Conservative Baptist Network along with Carol Swain and Voddie Baucham to try and help them correct course. In this interview, we do a deep dive into the recent controversies within the SBC, how they drafted into Evangelical Leftism (AKA "wokeness") and the surprisingly simple solutions for correcting their course. Follow Rod Martin's work Here: https://conservativebaptistnetwork.com

Honestly with Bari Weiss
How Big Tech Is Strangling Your Freedom

Honestly with Bari Weiss

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 73:33 Very Popular


David Sacks is a paradox. The entrepreneur and venture capitalist helped lay the foundations of the digital world we now live in: He was one of the members of what's known as the PayPal Mafia, alongside people like Peter Thiel, Elon Musk and Max Levchin. He's also been an early investor in some companies you may have heard of: Airbnb, Facebook, Slack, SpaceX, Twitter, Uber.  At the same time, he is something of a whistleblower from inside the world of tech. He believes that Big Tech has far too much power. He argues that the fact that a handful of billionaires get to decide what we are (and aren't) allowed to say in the new, digital public square is something that the Framers would have been repelled by—and that all Americans should oppose. Today I spoke to David, now a general partner at Craft Ventures, about the rise of America's social credit system and how we can defend our civil liberties in the age of the Internet. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Genuinely Interested Podcast
Ep 122 Jimmy Soni - The PayPal Mafia

The Genuinely Interested Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 68:17


Jimmy Soni is an author, speaker, and speechwriter. His new book The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley is a gripping account of the visionaries who were involved in creating PayPal. Today, these same people are considered the technology industry's most powerful players - and have created some of the most successful and well-known companies that we know and love today. Jimmy researched this story for over 5 years and in the process uncovered amazing stories, talented visionaries, and a people with a true desire to change the status quo. Jimmy and I discussed: The process of writing a book, from idea to publishing Where the term PayPal Mafia came from Jimmy's meeting with Elon Musk Who the main players were in creating PayPal Why they were so influential in Silicon Valley Why did PayPal find success when other companies at the time failed How Paypal tackled fraud The merger that became PayPal And so much more... Jimmy Soni My Take: Starting a business is hard, starting one of the most well-known startups in modern history is next to impossible. By all accounts, if you want to achieve greatness you have to be obsessed, you have to be able to think, build, execute, and pivot faster and better than your competitors can and/or are willing to. Sprinkle some luck onto that equation, and you have the foundation of what could become a legacy company in a decade or two. How To Start A Podcast Support The Podcast

The Beating The Market Podcast
Welcome To The Bear Den

The Beating The Market Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 66:07


In today's episode, we breakdown the bear theses for some of our highest conviction companies. Affirm, Marqeta, Opendoor, and Upstart are four fintechs that are making the world a better place and all have ties to the PayPal Mafia, while each has a unique vision to take their company's Zero To One. 

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Tech's Love Affair With Miami

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 41:22


Sway Keith Rabois minted his wealth with Elon Musk, Peter Thiel and other members of the so-called “PayPal Mafia.” Now, though, he's moved to Miami and become one of the city's biggest hype men. He believes Florida — which has already seen an influx of tech bros, venture capital investments and cryptocurrency plays during the pandemic — offers a better home to tech than California can, largely because of the politics. He tells Kara Swisher: “The mayor of Miami, the governor of Florida treat citizens like customers. ‘What can we offer you? How can we help?' That's their goal, and that's how they frame everything.”In this conversation, Kara presses Rabois whether tech's doubling down on Florida is all just about escaping high taxes. They also discuss whether venture capital is what investment banking was in the 2000s. And they catch up on the news, from stock fall-offs in big tech to why Peter Thiel will be stepping down from Meta's board.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.

The Pull Request
Peter Thiel, Max Levchin, David Sacks, and Luke Nosek, with author Jimmy Soni

The Pull Request

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 66:11


The original PayPal Mafia in conversation with the author of “The Founders”, an epic new book Download the Callin app for iOS and Android to listen to this podcast live, call in, and more! Also available at callin.com

Historias x Whitepaper
15. The Alfa Mafia

Historias x Whitepaper

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 13:48


La creadora de una nueva generación de empresarios

Hidden Forces
The PayPal Mafia & the Founders Who Shaped Silicon Valley | Jimmy Soni

Hidden Forces

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2022 48:05


In Episode 233 of Hidden Forces, Demetri Kofinas speaks with award-winning author and recurring Hidden Forces guest Jimmy Soni about his newst book on the PayPal Mafia and the founders who shaped Silicon Valley and transformed the Fintech and online payments industry. The history of the so-called “PayPal Mafia” does not simply constitute the individual histories of star-studded founders like Peter Thiel, Elon Musk, Reed Hoffman, and others. The history of PayPal is in many ways the history of the future. It's about a company that was in so many ways ahead of its time. PayPal was fintech before anyone even knew what that word meant. It was one of the earliest pioneers of what former team member and later LinkedIn founder Reed Hoffman would dub “blitzscalling,” which is what you do when you need to grow really, really fast. And that's what PayPal's founders did, and they did it while under constant threat of extinction, from not only criminals trying to defraud their customers or competitors trying to take their business, but also from each other. And that's because the story of the PayPal mafia is also the story of an unlikely, but nonetheless successful merger of two very different but equally competitive cultures, that of Elon Musk's X.com and Peter Thiel's Confinity. The objective of this episode is to give you a historical context for many of the business practices that have since become standard operating procedures across both Silicon Valley and Wallstreet. Things like CAPTCHA, blitzscalling, and micro-deposits, just to name a few. All of these innovations came out of a company under siege for almost the entire course of its pre-IPO existence, and it was in many ways this daily battle for survival that was central to shaping not only PayPal's culture, but its success: the type of success that every entrepreneur and every founder dreams of. Most of the conversation about fraud, using financial incentives to effectively buy customers and scale quickly, as well as a discussion about the intersection of fintech and cryptocurrency is featured in the second part of our episode available on our premium subscriber feed. Anyone signed up to our Super Nerd tier can also access the full episode, transcript, and intelligence report by going directly to the episode page at HiddenForces.io and clicking on "premium extras." All subscribers gain access to our premium feed, which can be easily added to your favorite podcast application. If you enjoyed listening to today's episode of Hidden Forces you can help support the show by doing the following: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Spotify | Stitcher | SoundCloud | CastBox | RSS Feed Write us a review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify Subscribe to our mailing list at https://hiddenforces.io/newsletter/ Producer & Host: Demetri Kofinas Editor & Engineer: Stylianos Nicolaou Subscribe & Support the Podcast at https://hiddenforces.io Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @hiddenforcespod Follow Demetri on Twitter at @Kofinas Episode Recorded on 02/14/2022

Startup Insider
Startup Insider Daily • Amorelie • DoorDash • Nvidia • Paypal-Mafia • AWS • KfW • Twitter • Snoop Dogg • DeLorean

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 38:28


Heute u.a. mit folgenden Nachrichten: - Startups müssen sich auf schwierigere Zeiten einstellen - Massenentlassung bei Amorelie - Arbeitszeit soll digital erfasst werden - Flutterwave wird Afrikas wertvollstes Startup - DoorDash wächst langsamer - Twitter-CEO Parag Agrawal geht in Elternzeit - Gewinnexplosion bei Nvidia - Snoop Dogg träumt von NFT-Label im Metaverse - DeLorean kommt als Elektroauto zurück Heute begrüßen wir im Rahmen der Reihe “Investments & Exits” Dorothea Gotthardt, Investment Manager bei Capnamic.

Sway
Tech's Love Affair With Miami

Sway

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 41:22


Keith Rabois minted his wealth with Elon Musk, Peter Thiel and other members of the so-called “PayPal Mafia.” Now, though, he's moved to Miami and become one of the city's biggest hype men. He believes Florida — which has already seen an influx of tech bros, venture capital investments and cryptocurrency plays during the pandemic — offers a better home to tech than California can, largely because of the politics. He tells Kara Swisher: “The mayor of Miami, the governor of Florida treat citizens like customers. ‘What can we offer you? How can we help?' That's their goal, and that's how they frame everything.”In this conversation, Kara presses Rabois whether tech's doubling down on Florida is all just about escaping high taxes. They also discuss whether venture capital is what investment banking was in the 2000s. And they catch up on the news, from stock fall-offs in big tech to why Peter Thiel will be stepping down from Meta's board.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
TIP417: The Incredible Story of the PayPal Mafia W/ Jimmy Soni

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2022 62:45


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:1:50 - Who are the members of the Paypal Mafia, their origin stories, and how PayPal came to be.36:35 - The many trials that Paypal endured.50:24 - The culture at Paypal and how it developed.57:59 - Jimmy's main takeaways having personally interviewed each billionaire and years of additional research. And a whole lot more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCES:Jimmy Soni's Book, The Founders.Jimmy Soni's Twitter.Trey Lockerbie's Twitter.Preston, Trey & Stig's tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.See the all-new 2022 Lexus NX and discover everything it was designed to do for you. Welcome to the next level.Yieldstreet allows you to invest beyond the stock market with an evolving marketplace of alternative investments. Create your account today.Push your team to do their best work with Monday.com Work OS. Start your free two-week trial today.Get access to some of the most sought-after real estate in the U.S. with Crowdstreet.Learn how to create wealth and passive income with Norada Real Estate Investments. Download your free copy of “The Ultimate Guide to Passive Real Estate Investing” today.Get in early on medical technology, breakthroughs in ag-tech and food production, solutions in the multi-billion dollar robotic industry, and so much more with a FREE OurCrowd account. Open yours today.Join Commonstock's community of engaged investors to access exclusive financial data, follow and chat with fellow investors, get alerts when friends buy or sell, and make trades directly through the platform.Send, spend and receive money around the world easily with Wise.Be part of the solution by investing in companies that are actively engaged in integrating ESG practices with Desjardins.Updating your wardrobe or just simply looking for a new fall flannel? Head to Mizzen+Main and use promo code WSB to receive $35 off an order of $125 or more!Every 28 seconds an entrepreneur makes their first sale on Shopify. Access powerful tools to help you find customers, drive sales, and manage your day-to-day. Start a FREE fourteen-day trial right now!Reclaim your health and arm your immune system with convenient, daily nutrition. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase.Find Pros & Fair Pricing for Any Home Project for Free with Angi.Canada's #1 employee benefits plan for small businesses! The Chambers Plan evolves with the way you work and live while keeping the rates stable. Opt for the simple, stable, and smart choice for your business.Make it simple to hire and manage remote employees across all 50 states with Justworks.Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!What do you love about our podcast? Here's our guide on how you can leave a rating and review for the show. We always enjoy reading your comments and feedback!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Foundr Magazine Podcast with Nathan Chan
391: Reid Hoffman on The PayPal Mafia, Selling LinkedIn, and Master of Scale

Foundr Magazine Podcast with Nathan Chan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 52:20


Reid Hoffman needs little introduction. He's the cofounder of LinkedIn, former PayPal executive, author, podcaster, mentor, and all-around standout personality in the entrepreneurial world. His podcast Masters of Scale is one of the most successful business podcasts on the planet and he's recently launched a book of the same name which curates the hundreds of interviews from the show into practicable business wisdom.    In this episode, listen to Nathan chat with Reid about:  What inspired the Masters of Scale podcast and the book The importance of entrepreneurs to “always be learning”  Why balance is a mistaken goal for entrepreneurs What he thinks Elon Musk's superpower is His intense period as an executive at the “PayPal Mafia”  Why he started LinkedIn instead of taking a year off And much more scaling and entrepreneurship advice…     Who do you want to see next on the podcast? Comment and let us know! And don't forget to leave us a 5-star review if you loved this episode.   Wait, there's more… If you enjoy the Foundr podcast, check out our free trainings. Get exclusive, actionable advice from some of the world's best entrepreneurs.    For more Foundr content, follow us on your favorite platform:  Foundr.com Instagram YouTube Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Magazine

Tech Up Podcast
How the PayPal Mafia took over Silicon Valley

Tech Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 8:28


How the PayPal Mafia took over Silicon Valley. Explained in a brief narrative voice. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tanush-prem/support

OHNE AKTIEN WIRD SCHWER - Tägliche Börsen-News
“Mafia, Möbel und Moneten” - Cash mit der Paypal-Mafia, Möbel und Bitcoin mit Overstock

OHNE AKTIEN WIRD SCHWER - Tägliche Börsen-News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 11:29


Es ist Hexensabbat an den Börsen und VWs Erfolgsrezept gerät an seine Grenzen. Die Grenzen unserer Nerven testet derweil der Bitcoin und die Grenzen unserer Psyche ein Berliner Unternehmen mit magischen Pilzen. PayPal (WKN: A14R7U) hebt trotz starker Konkurrenz die Preise an. Wir sprechen über mafiöse Machenschaften und ein Unternehmen für die Ewigkeit. Was ein Möbelhändler mit Bitcoin, Verschwörungstheorien und dem russischen Geheimdienst zu tun hat? Das erklärt unsere New-York-Korrespondentin Sabrina und findet in Overstock (WKN: 645086) eine aussichtsreiche Aktie. Diesen Podcast der Podstars GmbH (Philipp Westermeyer) vom 21.06.2021, 3:00 Uhr stellt Dir die Trade Republic Bank GmbH zur Verfügung. Die Trade Republic Bank GmbH wird von der Bundesanstalt für Finanzaufsicht beaufsichtigt.

The AUX
Ask Yourself This Question Before Starting A Business

The AUX

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2020 10:43


Ask Yourself This Question Before Starting A Business: FOLLOW AUXORO (INSTA): https://www.instagram.com/auxoro/ FOLLOW AUXORO (FB): https://www.facebook.com/auxoromag/FOLLOW AUXORO (Twitter): https://twitter.com/AuxoromagSUPPORT AUXORO ON PATREON (Thank You): https://www.patreon.com/auxoroSUPPORT AUXORO ON PAYPAL (Thank You): paypal.me/zacharygrossfeld1 SUPPORT AUXORO ON VENMO (Thank You): @Zachary-Ross-4AUXORO NEWSLETTER: https://www.auxoro.com/theaux=AUXORO MERCH: https://www.auxoro.com/store=WEBSITE/BLOG: https://www.auxoro.com/AUXORO PODCAST: https://linktr.ee/auxoro