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Winklevoss Brothers Sue Charlie Shrem Over $32 Million in Bitcoin

| Daniel Palmer

The Winklevoss twins are reportedly suing bitcoin entrepreneur Charlie Shrem over 5,000 bitcoin allegedly owed to them from a past business deal.

Winklevoss-Backed Stablecoin Soars Above $1 as Tether’s Market Cap Plunges

| Nikhilesh De

The Gemini dollar has broken its peg, climbing to an all-time high of $1.19 on Tuesday.

Crypto Assets on Winklevoss Gemini Exchange Are Now Insured

| Nikhilesh De

Crypto exchange Gemini announced Wednesday it had gained insurance for all of its custodied digital assets.

Gemini Launches NYDFS-Regulated Crypto Pegged to the Dollar

| Nikhilesh De

Crypto exchange Gemini is set to issue a dollar-backed, NYDFS-approved stablecoin – the second to launch in New York today.

Winklevoss Brothers Win Patent for Crypto Key Storage System

| Anna Baydakova

Winklevoss IP, LLC has won a patent outlining how it may use air-gapped computers to protect cryptocurrency keys from theft.

The SEC’s Hester Peirce Isn’t a Bitcoin Champion, Just a Regulatory Realist

| Stan Higgins

Regulators like the SEC shouldn't be acting as gatekeepers to new technologies like bitcoin, according to Commissioner Hester Peirce.

Rejection Aside, Calls for a Bitcoin ETF Are Only Escalating

| Muyao Shen

Despite the rejection of a bid for a bitcoin ETF, the crypto market remains confident other proposals will persevere.

What Volatility? How Facebook’s Historic Loss Became Crypto’s Gain

| Muyao Shen

Facebook had a bad day in the market this week – and the crypto community quickly pounced.

Winklevoss Brothers Bitcoin ETF Rejected By SEC for Second Time

| Stan Higgins

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has once again rejected an effort by investors Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss to list a bitcoin ETF.

Crypto Exchange Gemini Hires Former NYSE Tech Chief

| Muyao Shen

Crypto exchange Gemini has hired former NYSE chief information officer Robert Cornish to serve as its first chief technology officer.