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Gemini: Building a Bridge to the Future of Money

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Tyler Winklevoss
Co-Founder & CEO, Gemini

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Cameron Winklevoss
Co-Founder & President, Gemini

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About This Class

In this fireside chat, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss will discuss what they think Bitcoin needs to succeed and why their new bitcoin exchange, Gemini, is a critical piece of the puzzle. In addition to Gemini, they will discuss their thoughts on why they think Bitcoin and blockchain technology are poised to change the world. The twins will also discuss their investment firm, Winklevoss Capital. Cameron and Tyler have invested in over 40 startups and they will share what they learned so far and what they look for in entrepreneurs and startups when making investment decisions.

Chapters

  • Gemini: Building a Bridge to the Future of Money 12:58

Takeaways

• What it takes to build a successful bitcoin startup • What Bitcoin needs to succeed • What investors look for in entrepreneurs and their startups

About the Instructor(s)

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Tyler Winklevoss
Co-Founder & CEO
Gemini

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are Co-founders of Gemini, a next generation Bitcoin exchange. They graduated from Harvard University with degrees in Economics and earned their MBA’s from Oxford University. In 2008, they represented the United States at the 2008 Olympics Games in Beijing, China, placing 6th. Cameron and Tyler have been angel investors and entrepreneurs in emerging technologies since 2003. They began participating in the Bitcoin economy through direct investment in 2012. In addition to being President and CEO of Gemini, they are currently seeking SEC approval for the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, a bitcoin ETF, and have launched the WinkDex, a bitcoin price index that will price the ETF.

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Cameron Winklevoss
Co-Founder & President
Gemini

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are Co-founders of Gemini, a next generation Bitcoin exchange. They graduated from Harvard University with degrees in Economics and earned their MBA’s from Oxford University. In 2008, they represented the United States at the 2008 Olympics Games in Beijing, China, placing 6th. Cameron and Tyler have been angel investors and entrepreneurs in emerging technologies since 2003. They began participating in the Bitcoin economy through direct investment in 2012. In addition to being President and CEO of Gemini, they are currently seeking SEC approval for the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, a bitcoin ETF, and have launched the WinkDex, a bitcoin price index that will price the ETF.

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