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The Winklevoss brothers are a pair of twins from Southampton, USA. In 2004 they have launched ConnectU, a social networking website originally intended for the students of the Harvard University. During development, they were in close contact with Mark Zuckerberg. After Zuckerberg's Facebook has become by far the most popular social networking platform in the world, the Winklevoss brothers had sued him for allegedly stealing their idea, and have ultimately managed to win $65 million worth of compensation. Since then, the Winklevoss were prominent venture capital investors, especially active in the market of Bitcoin. They have led a seed funding round for the Bitinstant payment processor and in 2013 claimed to own nearly 1% of all existing bitcoins.
Cameron Winklevoss claims that Bitcoin could experience a thirty-to-forty-fold increase by disrupting the $7 trln gold market.
SEC asks three firms to withdraw their Bitcoin-related ETF proposals, citing concerns about “liquidity and valuation” of Bitcoin.
Bitcoin Billionaires could be more common than first thought as they hide their portfolio across wallets.
ETFs keep knocking on the SEC’s door as the NYSE has now put forward a formal request for Bitcoin futures-tracking ETFs.
Cameron of the famous Winklevoss twins has claimed that Bitcoin is primed to increase further in the long term.
CBOE, the largest US options exchange with an annual trading volume of around 1.27 billion contracts, will enable Bitcoin futures trading on December 10.
Forget Facebook; Mark Zuckerburg’s famous foes become billionaires with $11 mln Bitcoin buy in 2013.
The Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler, could be the richest celebrities in terms of Bitcoin investments as of late October 2017.
A Bitcoin ETF could really boost the price of the digital currency, open up new markets. Prominent investment group believes it could still happen.
SEC is waiting for more stability from Bitcoin before allowing a fully crypto ETF to be approved.
Even with Bitcoin heading into the mainstream, it’s still hard to know who owns it.
Gemini, digital currency exchange based in New York, announced the launching of their daily ...
The Winklevoss Twins’ Bitcoin ETF is getting a second chance as the US SEC reconsiders the original decision to reject it.
The lack of regulation or maturity are cited as reasons by regulators for not approving Bitcoin-based financial products. But the same financial institutions re...
BATS Global Markets, a global stock market exchange based in the US, plans to appeal the March 11 decision of the Securities Exchange Commission to turn down th...
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