Winklevoss twins: Bitcoin (BTC) still at the bottom of first inning

Winklevoss twins: Bitcoin (BTC) still at the bottom of first inning

Winklevoss twins: Bitcoin (BTC) still at the bottom of first inning

The bitcoin price is still at the bottom of the first inning. This statement came from the brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss. The Winklevoss brothers have big plans for the crypto exchange Gemini.

Bitcoin price still at bottom

The Winklevoss brothers attended a panel with Ben Mezrich, author of the book Bitcoin Billionaires and Paul Vigna from the Wall Street Journal. The subject of the panel was the crypto sector. The panel discussed many topics, including the Winklevoss brothers rival Mark Zuckerberg.

Bitcoin currently has a market value of $ 229 billion. Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss think the Bitcoin ecosystem is just up the road. According to them, the current value of BTC is still at the bottom.

The Winklevoss brothers said:

We still think it’s the bottom of the first inning.

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss made their first investment in Bitcoin in 2013 but weren’t sold on the potential of the first cryptocurrency yet.

According to Mezrich, who attended the panel, the Winklevoss brothers have 1 percent of all Bitcoins. Cameron Winklevoss just smirked and nodded his head.

Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook’s Libra were also discussed during the panel. According to the Winklevosses brothers, Mark Zuckerberg is late.

In the meantime, the panel also mentioned the excessive interest of the legislators in Libra. Many say that governments cannot stop Bitcoin even if they want to.

To shut down bitcoin you have to shut down the internet…like North Korea. Countries will have to play with it.

About Viktor Sokolov 163 Articles
Nerd, entrepreneur & coffee aficionado. Believes that blockchain infrastructure and bitcoin will be the money system of the coming decades. Trying to make visible what this means for technology, economy, companies and societies.

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