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Business Insider
Silicon Valley's hottest VCs just gave this college dropout millions to build a blockchain company called 'Dirt'
Blockchain startup Dirt Protocol just got $3 million from investors including General Catalyst, Greylock, Lightspeed, and Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam.
Dirt Protocol's goal is to incentivize truth through a token-based voting system.
The company's founder, Yin Wu, describes it as a blockchain-based Wikipedia.

When Yin Wu, 29, began brainstorming names for her blockchain company, Dirt Protocol, she took the opposite approach of most founders. 
"There's a lot of companies in the blo...

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