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Winklevoss Twins: If Bitcoin ETF Approval Takes Six Years, So Be It



Among other things, 2018 was a tough year for Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) applications. Regulatory entities overseeing such proposals quickly quashed the crypto industry’s dreams, denying applications left and right. Yet, the showrunners behind a denied ETF proposal, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, believe they have the chops to continue pushing for a green light, in spite of a handful of shortcomings.

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The Winklevoss Twins, the co-founders behind the fittingly named Gemini Exchange, have recently embarked on a marketing campaign — taking to the streets of New York clad in branded merchandise, putting company logos on subway cars and taxis alike, and appearing on media outlets to talk crypto.

Most recently, after a revealing Ask Me Anything on Reddit, the two Olympians, who are also Harvard graduates, the two made their way to Fortune’s…





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2019-01-14 17:04:30

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