Cameron Winklevoss is the Co-founder and President of Gemini, a next generation Bitcoin exchange. He graduated from Harvard University with a degree in Economics and earned an MBA from Oxford University. In 2008, he represented the United States at the 2008 Olympics Games in Beijing, China, placing 6th. Cameron has been an angel investor and entrepreneur in emerging technologies since 2003.
He began participating in the Bitcoin economy through direct investment in 2012. In addition to being President of Gemini, he and his brother Tyler are currently seeking SEC approval for the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, a bitcoin ETF, and have launched the WinkDex, a bitcoin price index that will price the ETF.
|Oct 19, 2016||Channel News Asia - Tech - Winklevoss brothers name State Street as bitcoin ETF administrator|
|Sep 21, 2016||Silicon Angle - Bitcoin Weekly 2016 September 21: A week of blockchain and exchanges–Gemini, Bitfinex, Overstock TØ.com and Accenture|
|Jun 30, 2016||News BTC - Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust Seeks To Raise $65m|
|Jun 22, 2016||Canberra Times - Winklevoss twins opening bitcoin exchange in UK|
|Jun 22, 2016||Sydney Morning Herlad - Winklevoss twins opening bitcoin exchange in UK|
|Jun 21, 2016||Cryptocoins News - Winklevoss Twins’ Bitcoin Exchange Gemini Opens in the UK|
|Jun 21, 2016||News BTC - Gemini Enters the Great Britain, Others May Follow Soon|
|Jun 8, 2016||Cryptocoins News - Winklevoss Twins: Bitcoin is Better at Being Gold Than Gold|