Winklevoss Twins to Promote Bitcoin at South Korea Tech Conference

Winklevoss Twins to Promote Bitcoin at South Korea Tech Conference

Bitcoin investors and Internet entrepreneurs Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss will make an appearance in Asia next month, as part of South Korea's biggest tech startup conference beLAUNCH in Seoul on 14th May. The Principles of Winklevoss Capital will participate in a bitcoin-specific panel titled 'The Tipping Point of Bitcoin' from 5.30-6.00pm on the networking event's first day. Joining them on the panel will be Naval Ravikant, co-founder of AngelList. Another speaker, David Lee of SV Angel, will touch on bitcoin issues during the 'Global Angels' panel the following day. The panel will....


Related News

The Winklevoss Twins to Talk about Bitcoin at TechCrunch Disrupt NY

The well-known technology news site, TechCrunch has announced that Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss, better known as the Winklevoss twins will be speaking at the TechCrunch Disrupt NY event early next month. TechCrunch Disrupt is an annual tech and startup conference organized by TechCrunch in San Francisco, New York City, Beijing, Berlin and London. The event attracts entrepreneurs, startups, investors and media from across the world. It is also a platform for startups to launch their products and services. This year's edition of TechCrunch Disrupt NY event is scheduled to happen....

The Winklevoss Twins and Nathaniel Popper Discuss Bitcoin

Two big names from two different sectors, but still united by one common topic- Winklevoss Twins, known for their involvement in the Bitcoin industry and Nathaniel Popper, for his extensive coverage of Bitcoin in the New York Times and his recent book on Bitcoin titled "Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the Inside Story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to reinvent Money" - were together at the GeneralAssemb.ly event organized yesterday in New York. The Winklevoss Twins were interviewed by Nathaniel Popper, asking them a few questions about their start-up and the Bitcoin economy. Winklevoss....

Winklevoss Twins Propose Fully Regulated Bitcoin Exchange

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, leaders of Bitinstant’s seed funding, have proposed an idea that should shake a few heads in the bitcoin community. Many people use bitcoin for its decentralized and unregulated nature, but the Winklevoss Twins have proposed creating a regulated Bitcoin exchange in the United States. The Winklevoss twins became well known for their lawsuit against Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg, in which they received a $65 million dollar settlement. As of right now, they are trying to open their exchange, Gemini, which should debut in the coming months. The Winklevoss....

Winklevoss Twins Talk about Bitcoin with Live Audience in New York

Digital Gold author Nathaniel Popper, who wrote his first Bitcoin article about the Winklevoss Twins' involvement in it, interviewed the twins earlier tonight in New York at an event hosted by GeneralAssemb.ly. Gemini Weeks Away. The burning question among the Bitcoin community was on the progress of Gemini, the brothers' exchange, which will be based in New York. Up to now, they've told the world they were waiting on the finalization of the BitLicense proposal to get things going, although Cameron Winklevoss made sure to say, "Our tech is there. We are ready to operate." Prior to that,....

Cash Will Be Obsolete by 2025 - Winklevoss Twins

Ever since bitcoin entered the limelight, it has been receiving mixed responses. Opinions are divided about it. Some are confident about bitcoin growing big to replace conventional fiat currency, while others believe that it will gradually fade into oblivion. Amongst all these opinions and forecasts going back and forth, one latest prediction stands out. This prediction is from none other than the famous Winklevoss twins who took Facebook to court. According to their prediction, bitcoin is going to replace fiat currency completely by the year 2025 to create a cashless society. With their....

Quotes

Bitcoin is the opposite of PayPal, in the sense that it actually succeeded in creating a currency. However, its payment system is lacking, and it is often used to make illegal transactions, such as to buy heroin. Until Bitcoin is used to make more legal transactions, I am a bit skeptical.

Peter Thiel, Co-Founder of Paypal