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|The price of #TWINS today is $0.0000499 USD.|
The lowest TWINS price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000499, and the exact current price of one TWINS crypto coin is $0.00004988.
The all-time high TWINS coin price was $0.00310.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of TWINS with market cap of ETH and how the supply affects the price of TWINS at different market capitalizations.
|The code for win.win crypto currency is #TWINS. |
win.win is 4.7 years old.
|The current market capitalization for win.win is not available at this time.|
win.win is ranking upwards to #1962, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is an unknown volume of trading today on #TWINS.|
|The circulating supply of TWINS is 10,785,935,738 coins, which is 11% of the maximum coin supply.|
win.win has a relatively large supply of coins, 89 times larger than Ethereum's supply, as an example.
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|Winklevoss Twins Rail Against US SEC's Anti-Crypto Stance: 'It Does Not ...
The Winklevoss twins, founders of Gemini, a U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange, have criticized the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for its perceived anti-crypto stance and recent enforcement actions. In a recent interview, the Winklevoss twins commented that the regulatory environment in the U.S. felt like 'third world, like Venezuela,' for builders in the crypto world.
Winklevoss Twins Against SEC: Building Crypto in the U.S. 'Feels Like Venezuela'
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, founders of Gemini, a U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange, have criticized the regulatory environment that crypto builders face in the country with the recent enforcement actions of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
In a recent interview with Balaji Srinivasan, former CTO of Coinbase, the Winklevoss twins explained the difficulties that existing regulation poses to cryptocurrency investors. They detailed that the launch of a rule-compliant cryptocurrency exchange in the U.S. involved getting a state license for every state served and a money transfer license (MTL), raising the costs to enter the crypto business.
In addition, the Winklevoss twins criticized the 'regulation by enforcement' approach of the SEC, stating:
They won't tell you what you need to do to comply. They won't tell you these are the roads, they are paved, there's a speed limit... There isn't that path for people who want to comply.
Furthermore, they explained that building in crypto in the U.S...
|Winklevoss Twins Inject $100 Million Worth of Funds Into Gemini
Gemini has, so far, managed to stay on top of crypto winter, albeit at a steep cost. The crypto exchange conducted two rounds of layoffs within the past year in a bid to cut down on operational costs.
Cash Flow Problems
The crypto exchange's cash flow was also severely affected by its spat with Genesis, which locked up about $900 million in customer funds.
Gemini’s partnership with Genesis on its Earn product has also brought them under fire from the SEC, who sued both platforms for alleged violations of securities law. To make matters worse, Gemini also lost its COO, Noah Perlman, who has since gone on to become Binance’s Chief Compliance Officer.
Although that disagreement has allegedly been worked out, the customer funds are still, for the moment, in limbo. As part of the deal with Genesis, the Winklevoss twins will provide up to $100 million in investments. However, the current cash injection is reportedly unrelated to the Genesis bailout fund.
Instead, the funds coming from the Winklevoss Twins’ personal fortune will be used for operational funds, according to an unnamed source.
VC Funding Has Dried Up
The decision to pony up without further ado was taken after the pair of crypto moguls carried out an informal fundraising attempt, which found no takers, according to three Bloomberg sources who have spoken out under the condition of anonymity.
The inability to secure funding for a company that raised $400 million only two years ago indicates the uncertai...
|Winklevoss Twins and Gemini Sued for Fraud Over Interest Accounts: Repor...
A group of investors has filed a class-action complaint against Gemini Trust Co. and its founders, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, alleging that the U.S. cryptocurrency exchange sold unregistered securities in the form of interest-bearing accounts.
The lawsuit comes about a month after Gemini halted withdrawals due to liquidity issues facing one of its business partners.
Gemini Faces Class Action for Fraud
The plaintiffs, Brendan Picha and Max J. Hastings, filed the action in a Manhattan federal court, accusing the company and its founders of fraud and violations of the Exchange Act.
According to the investors, the Gemini Trust Earn products promised up to 8% returns on their holdings but were not registered with the necessary regulatory bodies. As a result, the plaintiffs claim they were not provided with the required disclosures to assess the risks involved.
In mid-November, the Winklevoss twins halted redemptions after Gemini's business partner Genesis Global ran into financial issues due to FTX's sudden collapse. According to reports, Genesis had $175 million locked in FTX before the exchange filed for bankruptcy.
Picha and Hastings allege that Gemini then refused to honor any further investor redemptions, leading to the loss of all holdings in the program.
Genesis Owes Gemini About $900 Million
Shortly after the withdrawal suspension, reports revealed that Genesis and its distressed parent company, Digital Currency Group (DCG), owe about $900 million to users of the ...