Look out NASDAQ, Here Comes the Winklevoss Gemini Exchange

Look out NASDAQ, Here Comes the Winklevoss Gemini Exchange

"Gemini" means twins in Latin, and it's also the name of the new Bitcoin exchange created by super-entrepreneurs and venture capitalists Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss. After its public launch in the spring, the New York -based Gemini exchange, announced in January on the Winklevoss Capital website, will be a fully regulated Bitcoin exchange built on rock-solid compliance and backed by the U. S. regulatory and banking infrastructure. The Winklevoss twins discussed their plans in an interview with Vice News. Last month, investors including three of the world's most respected financial....


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Gemini on Its Way to Become a Trust Company

The exclusive United States specific bitcoin exchange, Gemini is one step closer to beginning its operations from New York. The company founded by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, better known as the Winklevoss Twins has filed the necessary paperwork with the New York State Department of Financial Services. According to Gemini's spokesperson, the Winklevoss twins are said to have completed the formality of filing the trust application with the government so that they can start operating as a trust company. A trust company, according to the definition of the State of New York is a financial....

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