Cameron & Tyler Winklevoss on Bitcoin's Future & Gemini Exchange
Tyler Winklevoss is an entrepreneur and co-founder of cryptocurrency exchange and custody service Gemini, along with his brother Cameron Winklevoss. Tyler attended the University of Harvard where he and Cameron created the social media platform ConnectU, which they would later claim was stolen by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Tyler co-founded Winklevoss Capital Management in 2015, which invests across multiple asset classes and provides seed funding to startups. Tyler is also an accomplished rower, having participated in the crew at both Harvard and Oxford, and at the 2008 Olympic games.
Cameron Winklevoss is one of the most well-known names in the cryptocurrency space as one of the founders of the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange and custody service. Cameron attended Harvard where he and his brother Tyler conceived of the social network idea ConnectU. Winklevoss would later claim that this idea was stolen by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and enter a lawsuit against the social media giant.