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Winklevoss Brothers: Gemini the "NASDAQ of Bitcoin"

Cameron and Tyler, the Winklevoss Brothers, are really confident that their upcoming bitcoin exchange Gemini is going to be the institution bitcoin needs. They claim that Gemini can help the US bitcoin ecosystem develop to its full potential by being the fully regulated and compliant institution bitcoin needs right now. The response to competition. While neither of the Winklevoss brothers addressed any of their competitors directly, they have their way of explaining how Gemini stands out from other exchanges. 'Regulated exchanges' have indeed been dominating the headlines lately. It has....


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Winklevoss Exchange Gemini to Launch Daily Bitcoin Auctions

Gemini Trading, the bitcoin and ethereum exchange founded by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, is set to begin hosting daily bitcoin auctions. While such auctions are commonplace as a way to determine more accurate closing prices for the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq, Gemini is positioning the auction as more than a first for its exchange. Tyler Winklevoss told CoinDesk: "It's the first ever end-of-day auction on a bitcoin exchange. It's a pretty standard feature on traditional exchanges that didn't exist on a bitcoin exchange until now." The launch represents the latest effort....

Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust Moves Filing to BATS Exchange

The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust is no longer attempting to list on Nasdaq, according to an SEC document filed today. After three years of waiting for regulatory approval from the Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC), the Trust’s founders, investors Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, have changed tact and are now seeking to list the product on the BATS Global Exchange. Notably, the Winklevoss brothers have also increased the size of the offering, from $20m to $65m, a move that would boost the maximum price of shares offered to retail investors. If the SEC approves the request, the Trust would....

Winklevoss-Founded Gemini to Offer Credit Card With Crypto Rewards

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Winklevoss Bros’ Gemini Exchange Launches Daily Bitcoin Auctions

Gemini Trust Co., the New York-based digital currency exchange founded by the Winklevoss Brothers has begun the first-ever daily bitcoin auction in a bid to facilitate trading with higher volumes at lower costs with better prices. Starting today, the bitcoin ecosystem will see an exchange adopt a daily bitcoin auction at 4 P.M New York time, every day including holidays and weekends. In an announcement, Gemini said it ushered in its daily bitcoin auction to remedy the “incredibly inefficient” method of bitcoin trading today, wherein exchanges are missing mechanisms that are otherwise....