The Cryptolife of the Winklevoss twins

According to the New York Times, the Winklvii owns 1% of all Bitcoin in existence.   It all started with Facebook…   Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are twin brothers also known as the Winklevii and they became well known after suing Mark Zuckerberg, claiming he stole their ConnectU idea to create the popular social networking site Facebook. They ultimately received $65 million from the suit.   Bitcoin   It appears that the twins started accumulating Bitcoin in 2013 and they claim that they own 1% of all Bitcoins in existence. …

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The Cryptolife of John McAfee

The Cryptocurrency World has some colorful and interesting characters and one of them most certainly is John McAfee, a Libertarian British-American computer programmer, and businessman.      McAfee lived in Belize until the authorities accused and tried to implicate him in the 2012 murder of his neighbour.  He was on the run for a month, never formally charged, and later returned to the United States in 2013.     McAfee is best known for founding the computer anti-virus company in 1987, McAfee Associates, launching the world’s first commercial antivirus software.…

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The Cryptolife of Roger Ver aka Bitcoin Jesus

Or should we say Bitcoin Cash Jesus…   Explosive Start According to Wikipedia, Roger Ver’s career had an explosive start, after dropping out of college and becoming CEO of Memorydealers.com, Ver was sentenced to 10 months in prison for dealing in illegal firecrackers. Roger used the time productively by learning Japanese and he moved to Japan in 2006.   Bitcoin Jesus Ver’s company, Memorydealers became the first company to accept Bitcoin in 2011 and his early adoption and advocacy of the cryptocurrency earned him the nickname, Bitcoin Jesus.    …

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