Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have settled their case against Charlie Shrem, whom they previously claimed owed them $26 million worth of bitcoin.
The court filing is the latest in a high-profile lawsuit that has pitted three high-profile cryptocurrency industry personalities against each other.
A federal judge lifted a $30 million attachment order against Charlie Shrem Thursday, though the case will proceed to a jury trial next year.
In a new court filing, Charlie Shrem denies claims that he stole 5,000 bitcoin from Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.
New York bitcoin exchange Gemini has announced a series of new API offerings aimed at automated traders.
State Street has been tapped to help launch the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF).
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking more public comments as it weighs whether to approve a bitcoin ETF.
Confusion over deadlines may be leading to premature excitement about the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF, a bitcoin investment vehicle awaiting SEC approval.
The Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust is no longer attempting to list on Nasdaq, according to an SEC document filed today.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss have invested in ether as part of the lead-up to the launch of Ethereum trading on their Gemini platform next week.