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To break down barriers for Bitcoin to turn into a mainstream investment class, the acclaimed Winklevoss brothers filed SEC documents in an attempt to register the first Bitcoin related ETF.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss discuss the state of their Bitcoin ETF, the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, with Bloomberg TV at the Money20/20 conference held last week in Las Vegas.
The Winklevoss twins have this week unveiled their new Bitcoin project – and it sees them take on the ever-expanding currency exchange market.
Announcing the launch of a financial product called “Bitcoin Tracker One”, XBT Provider has created the world's first regulated Bitcoin exchange-traded note.
The former officer of the Chi-X been hired as the CEO of blockchain startup SETL; Hewlett-Packard is blogging about Bitcoin and blockchain, and more news.
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The Gemini bitcoin exchange, which seems to have been caught up in red tape for-ever, has finally won regulatory approval from the NYDFS, according to the company’s blog this morning.
Coinbase joins powerful DC special interest group “The Internet Association” alongside Google and EBay. Coinapult teams up with Factom in technical collaboration. Internet sleuth tracks down one winner of the Federal Marshall's Bitcoin auction, and much more news that happened on March 11.
Brothers Winklevoss have announced their plan to turn Bitcoin’s investment reputation around.
The Winklevoss brothers are recognized Bitcoin millionaires, as they own at least 10 million dollars in form of the currency. The sum corresponds to the minimum of 1% of the already emitted units and might carry a higher value due to the forecasted increase of the price of the BTC during the 2014.
Some well-known investors are bullish on Bitcoin, which might be just the vote of confidence needed for those who are on the fence about the digital currency.
The BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem together with Robert M. Faiella were arrested and the current accusations of breaking several federal laws include money laundering, turnover of narcotics and support of criminal activities.
The Winklevoss twins’ Bitcoin price index called Winkdex went online as fully accessible beta version.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, of early Facebook fame, are big investors in Bitcoin and spoke glowingly about the digital currency’s potential in New York earlier this month.
Daniel Cawrey over at CoinDesk suggests that tying a big name to an idea is one way to elevate it in public consciousness. Thus, here are some faces to attach to the Bitcoin narrative.
The first week of February has almost passed and it is time to sum up the most important and determinant events from the Bitcoin world. The editorial office of the Coin Telegraph has browsed the news that was published from the 3rd to the 7th February and selected the Top-5 articles that attracted the most readers and ...
Bitcoin Is Going to Rise from Ashes
The Winklevoss Twins have described Bitcoin as better than gold because it experiences ‘a lot less volatility’ and is a better store of value at the moment.
Gemini, a regulated Bitcoin exchange founded by the Winklevoss Twins, is officially expanding its services to Hong Kong and Singapore.
Major Bitcoin investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss announced on their blog Wednesday that they had purchased space flights on Virgin Galactic with some of their Bitcoins.
Time goes and changes everything. Just six month ago brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss informed society that they have managed to acquire $11 million on bitcoins.
Gemini exchange, based out of New York’s Flatiron District, is launching what may be a first within the Bitcoin ecosystem - daily Bitcoin auctions.
A new Bitcoin ETF called SolidX Bitcoin Trust has filed its S-1, an SEC filing used by establishments to register public securities, to challenge the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust.
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