Winklevoss brothers top Forbes Bitcoin billionaires list

Winklevoss brothers top Forbes Bitcoin billionaires list

Forbes has named the six biggest winners of this latest cryptocurrency rally, including the Winklevoss brothers and Bloq’s Matthew Roszak. Major business magazine Forbes has featured Gemini co-founders Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss as the richest Bitcoin (BTC) billionaires.Compiled by Forbes crypto-focused reporter Michael del Castillo, the ranking provides a list of Bitcoin investors that won the most from Bitcoin’s massive surge up to $42,000 in early January 2021. The ranking includes three Bitcoin investors with an estimated crypto net worth above $1 billion, including the Winklevoss....


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