Winklevoss Price Ticker Makes Debut on Bloomberg

Winklevoss Price Ticker Makes Debut on Bloomberg

The Winklevoss' bitcoin price index, the 'WinkDex', has made its first appearance on Bloomberg. Listed on the platform under WINKBTCO, the move is an important step for the young index, launched earlier this year. In a brief blog post the team say they are honoured to be working with Bloomberg to bring a "blended bitcoin price index" to the wider investor community. In addition, the WinkDex is about to get a number of new features over the next few weeks, including an API. WinkDex was launched in February and it is just one bitcoin related initiative headed by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss.....


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