Winklevoss' Announce NASDAQ Listed Bitcoin Exchange - Gemini

Winklevoss' Announce NASDAQ Listed Bitcoin Exchange - Gemini

So yesterday morning George Kikvadze, vice chairman of the board and adviser at bitcoin infrastructure company BitFury, announced on Twitter that we would see an SEC regulated bitcoin exchange launched on the NASDAQ over the next month or so: Just learned at a private dinner there will be a new SEC Regulated @Bitcoin ETF Fund launched on @Nasdaq in the next 4 weeks !!! - George Kikvadze (@BitfuryGeorge) January 22, 2015. Initial reaction to the Tweet was cagey, with a number of his followers suggesting that - unless this announcement came into being - it could seriously damage Kikvadze's....


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