"It’s the bottom of the first inning" for Bitcoin, say the Winklevoss twins

10 Jul, 2019
by Richard Allen
It’s the bottom of the first inning for Bitcoin, say the Winklevoss twins

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss were recently apart of a panel discussion with “Bitcoin Billionaires” author Ben Mezrich and The Wall Street Journal’s Paul Vigna. During the discussion, the twins shared their plans for the future of Gemini as well as their expectations for Bitcoin.

Despite bitcoin having recently crossed the $13,000 mark, the twins believe Bitcoin is only getting warmed up, saying “We still think it’s the bottom of the first inning.”

The twins first began investing in Bitcoin in 2013 but admitted they weren’t convinced by cryptocurrencies immediately. “It didn’t make sense at first but after some tequila, it started making they sense,” they said. Now, the two reportedly “hold 1% of all Bitcoin outstanding,” Mezrich said, which garnered a nod and a smirk from Cameron, according to the Twitter thread.

The two then revealed that they invested millions from their Facebook settlement, which is now estimated to be worth around a billion dollars. Vigna then asked them what they would say to Mark Zuckerburg when running into him at crypto conferences.

The brothers responded, saying “Welcome to the party, what took you so long?”

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