The road not taken: Jealous brother claims twin  earned $10M in Bitcoin

The road not taken: Jealous brother claims twin earned $10M in Bitcoin

“His wealth in Bitcoin alone is more than 100 times greater than my entire net worth,” the “dumb” twin claims. Many late adopters of Bitcoin often lament the fact they missed out on the chance to purchase coins when the price was under $1,000, $100, or even $1. However, one Redditor says his own situation is even worse as he’s forced to compare his “dumb” decision to invest in silver against his twin brother’s much wiser decision to back Bitcoin. The story — which may be apocryphal given the source is a throwaway account named “TheDumbTwin” — claims the two brothers each received a....


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