Much ado is all I see
Then inside, there are . . . offices. Some of them reflect the architecture of a building built in 1917, but they are otherwise for the most part nondescript and surely less opulent or fancy or technology-laden than the average mid-sized venture capital firm. There are simply rooms designed for groups of people to meet with each other.
As a venture investor, one obviously gets the opportunity to back entrepreneurs - people - and different firms place different levels of emphasis on people, ideas, stage, and other things. Regardless, the people part is one of the best aspects of the job.
But at the same time I also can't help but allow myself to get swept away in the enthusiasm of these people I am meeting - the humans - building blockchain software. That their enthusiasm, openness and sense of humor will in fact show us the way towards finding am amazing middle where technology and humanity do in fact meet.