Winklevoss brothers, who gained global popularity after their trial with Mark Zuckerberg for Facebook ownership, nowadays seem to be major Bitcoin investors, holding about $1.9B in digital assets.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have become virtual currency millionaires. They try to save their bitcoin fortune cutting up their private key and keeping it in different bank vaults.
Although the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust was initially listed on Nasdaq, Winklevoss brothers have decided to change it to BATS Global Markets.
Bitcoin trading volume at Winklevoss twin’s exchange Gemini has surged more than 40,000% in the three weeks since its launch.
Winklevoss Twins expect to get regulatory approval to open their bitcoin exchange in the first quarter, Reuters reports.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are known as those who invested millions in the Bitcoin virtual currency; the twins are strongly convinced that Bitcoin will stay alive only if it has regulatory control.
Investing in bitcoin exchange-traded fund poses certain risks for inevstors.
Tyler Winklevoss, half of the most famous twins in tech, believes Bitcoin could have a larger impact on the world than Facebook.