The Winklevoss twins, Cameron and Tyler, are Internet entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. They have been heavily involved in the most prominent Internet ventures of the past 10 years, having won a lawsuit against Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg and made early investments in the Bitcoin ecosystem.

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BTC Whales Stir: $418.3 mln Transaction Reported as Analysts Recommend Buying Dip

Whale Alert detects a transaction worth 47,446 BTC, while Tyler Winklevoss praises Bitcoin as an investment tool and analysts recommend buying the dip
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‘It Will Pay to Be Early Bitcoin (BTC) Adopter’: Cameron Winklevoss

Cameron Winklevoss believes that early Bitcoin adopters will profit greatly in the future, while a VanEck’s top exec disputes with a BTC opponent from Bloomberg TV
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Bitcoin Wanted by Millennials, Tweets Cameron Winklevoss – Why Is That?

Cameron Winklevoss, a Gemini co-founder, believes that in five years millennials will be a dominant force on the market and that they value ‘digital gold’ – Bitcoin
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Winklevoss Capital Invests in Vault12 That Offers ETH Rewards for Decentralized Backup of Crypto Assets

Winklevoss Capital backs the Vault12 startup that has come up with a new crypto security solution, Twitter's Jack Dorsey invests in a token sales platform CoinList
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Cameron Winklevoss Says Bitcoin Is "Misunderstood" While BTC Hash Rate Hits New High Despite Price Woes

Gemini co-founder Cameron Winklevoss explains why the Bitcoin price suddenly took a hit on Oct. 23