Winklevoss twins want to set up regulated bitcoinbeurs




Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, known from the lawsuits on the creation of Facebook, start a regulated bitcoinbeurs. The two brothers have been running a test version, but still waiting for permission from the government.

Bitcoin The bitcoinbeurs will be named Gemini, Latin for ‘twin’, reports The New York Times. The rich brothers, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg as he repeatedly denounced the idea of ​​Facebook of them would have been stolen, Gemini want to open in the coming months.

They want to establish the fair with the approval of the financial authorities in New York; currently hold the twins still consent. It would be the first bitcoinbeurs regulated in the United States. It is still unclear whether non-Americans in bitcoins must act at the fair. The stock market does have an agreement with a US bank, which will make it possible for US customers to make easy transfers.

At this time, the large bitcoinbeurzen are located outside of the United States; The New York Times notes that that causes some Americans do not trust the stock markets. An American trade it may affect.

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss already invested heavily in bitcoins, though the value of their coins decreased sharply with the decline in the value of the crypto currency in the past period. In addition, the brothers invested in BitInstant a bitcoinstart-up that was closed after the founder was arrested in 2013.


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