Winklevoss Twins

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Average Ratings

Experience?

How long have they been in the field? What kind of education do they have? Work experience? Have they run any successful ICOs? Do they advise on any ICOs?

★★★★☆
Influence?

How many followers do they have? Where else do they write/speak? How does what they say influence the market at large?

★★★★☆
Activity?

How active are they on social? Are they one of the first to comment on breaking events? Do they respond to followers?

★★★☆☆
Coverage?

Do they only cover one topic/aspect or do they cover cryptocurrency and the blockchain as a whole? Are they focused on the crypto market or do they discuss finances at large?

★★☆☆☆
Total
★★★☆☆

Website:

https://winklevosscapital.com

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Overall Summary

As experienced angel investors and pseudo-celebrities (thanks to the infamous Facebook lawsuit), the Winklevoss twins slide seamlessly into the crypto space. As long as you’re looking for news about all things Winklevoss, these are the influencers for you.

Experience

Famous for suing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the Winklevoss twins have been involved with cutting edge tech since their college years. Their platform, ConnectU, launched in 2004 and was the at the center of the infamous Mark Zuckerberg lawsuit. Since, 2012, however, more and more of their focus has been on bitcoin and cryptocurrency. They’ve created several Bitcoin related sites, including Winkdex and the popular cryptocurrency exchange Gemini. They’ve also, reportedly purchased over $100,000 bitcoins, making them “Bitcoin Billionaires.”

Influence

While each brother has his own account, their tweets are frequently quite similar. Coupling name recognition (thanks in part to the popular movie The Social Network) with one of the most trusted cryptocurrency exchanges, the Winklevoss twins are frequently interviewed about the future of Bitcoin, with particular emphasis on the need for regulation.  

Website- https://winklevosscapital.com   

Twitter – https://twitter.com/winklevoss, https://twitter.com/tylerwinklevoss?lang=en

Activity Level

Neither Winklevoss is consistently active on Twitter, with stretches of inactivity interrupted with bursts of hyperactivity. Both Cameron and Tyler make announcements about their various bitcoin projects on their website’s blog.

Coverage

They each tweet fairly regularly about Bitcoin related news, but they most frequently tweet about their own speaking engagements, their own interviews and their own exchange (Gemini).

 

Overall Summary

As experienced angel investors and pseudo-celebrities (thanks to the infamous Facebook lawsuit), the Winklevoss twins slide seamlessly into the crypto space. As long as you’re looking for news about all things Winklevoss, these are the influencers for you.

Experience

Famous for suing Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, the Winklevoss twins have been involved with cutting edge tech since their college years. Their platform, ConnectU, launched in 2004 and was the at the center of the infamous Mark Zuckerberg lawsuit. Since, 2012, however, more and more of their focus has been on bitcoin and cryptocurrency. They’ve created several Bitcoin related sites, including Winkdex and the popular cryptocurrency exchange Gemini. They’ve also, reportedly purchased over $100,000 bitcoins, making them “Bitcoin Billionaires.”

Influence

While each brother has his own account, their tweets are frequently quite similar. Coupling name recognition (thanks in part to the popular movie The Social Network) with one of the most trusted cryptocurrency exchanges, the Winklevoss twins are frequently interviewed about the future of Bitcoin, with particular emphasis on the need for regulation.  

Website- https://winklevosscapital.com   

Twitter – https://twitter.com/winklevoss, https://twitter.com/tylerwinklevoss?lang=en

Activity Level

Neither Winklevoss is consistently active on Twitter, with stretches of inactivity interrupted with bursts of hyperactivity. Both Cameron and Tyler make announcements about their various bitcoin projects on their website’s blog.

Coverage

They each tweet fairly regularly about Bitcoin related news, but they most frequently tweet about their own speaking engagements, their own interviews and their own exchange (Gemini).