Summary List PlacementThe venture world is infamously tight knit and frustratingly opaque. It runs on connections and "warm intros," meaning some VCs won't even entertain emails from those who don't know the right people. But what if the social dynamics of venture played out for the public to see? What if you could see who VCs were betting big on at any given time? What if you could literally quantify the connections? With crypto startup BitClout, you pretty much can. BitClout launched a month ago and practically broke VC Twitter.