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Mage
Mobile Marketplace for Magic: The Gathering 🃏
Mage 🧙‍♂️ is the first mobile Marketplace for Magic: The Gathering, the largest trading card game in the world with 35M players. The Mage App uses computer vision and machine learning to scan, recognize and price every single card. 📸
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The funniest card game to hit Silicon Valley

Cards Against Humanity for tech people

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Matt Schiller
Matt Schiller- Co-founder at Snappr
Folks in tech guaranteed to get a kick out of it
Nick Abouzeid
Nick Abouzeid- Partner @ Shrug Capital
Can't believe this wasn't added - Cards Against Humanity, but for tech people. Written by one of my good friends, Daniel Singer. It's an absolute blast to play with people who understand/work in the tech industry.
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Tech Times
We are pretty sure almost everyone knows about the hit game "Cards Against Humanity," the card game that is aware of how politically incorrect and offensive much of its contents are. The "party game for horrible people" was such a success with its awfulness that it inspired a Donald Trump and Sci-Fi expansion pack.
CNNMoney
Cards Against Silicon Valley and Disrupt Cards are two new games that mock some of the cliches of working in tech.
Forbes
Silicon Valley folk tend to be very self-aware, which is why they're vicariously enjoying the current batch of card games ruthlessly mocking the very culture they hold dear. The last couple of months has seen the arrival of two competing card games, Disrupt Cards, from a small startup team, and Cards Against Silicon Valley, created by software company CB Ins… See more
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The funniest card game to hit Silicon Valley

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Matt Schiller
Matt Schiller- Co-founder at Snappr
Folks in tech guaranteed to get a kick out of it
Nick Abouzeid
Nick Abouzeid- Partner @ Shrug Capital
Can't believe this wasn't added - Cards Against Humanity, but for tech people. Written by one of my good friends, Daniel Singer. It's an absolute blast to play with people who understand/work in the tech industry.
Around the web
Tech Times
We are pretty sure almost everyone knows about the hit game "Cards Against Humanity," the card game that is aware of how politically incorrect and offensive much of its contents are. The "party game for horrible people" was such a success with its awfulness that it inspired a Donald Trump and Sci-Fi expansion pack.
CNNMoney
Cards Against Silicon Valley and Disrupt Cards are two new games that mock some of the cliches of working in tech.
Forbes
Silicon Valley folk tend to be very self-aware, which is why they're vicariously enjoying the current batch of card games ruthlessly mocking the very culture they hold dear. The last couple of months has seen the arrival of two competing card games, Disrupt Cards, from a small startup team, and Cards Against Silicon Valley, created by software company CB Ins… See more
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Silicon Valley's VC history in one deck of cards

Collect your fave angels and VCs. Each pack comes with an assortment of five cards of varying rarity levels. Look for Late-Stage Investors, Angel Investors, Seed Investors, and Advisors. You never know who you'll get!

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TechCrunch
Just kidding. Please don't buy me these collectible trading cards featuring Silicon Valley venture capitalists for Christmas. But if you are in the market for a gift for a VC - or aspiring VC - they'd probably appreciate a set. [gallery ids="1744120,1744121,1744122"] Yes, they really exist!
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Send unique crypto eCards for charity

Radi.Cards is a fun way to support radically good NGOs that fight to keep our freedom alive.

RadiCards is open source, not for profit, and transparent - it's built using Ethereum smart contracts and IPFS, the decentralised file system for Web 3.0.

It's geeky and cool as it can be 😎🤓

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The Creative Crypto Magazine
Radi is a new platform built on the Ethereum blockchain that allows you to create and send NFT e-cards and messages. You can even send cards made by other artists and designers to addresses of your choice, some free and some at cost. Cards sold are also linked with charities/causes of your choice and guarantee transparent donations.
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