Putting the ugly past behind them, the Winklevoss twins appear to be pretty happy about Facebook’s new stablecoin.
A judge has ordered the Winklevoss twins to cough up $45,000 in order to cover certain legal fees in conjunction with a lawsuit they filed against entrepreneur and crypto investor Charlie Shrem.
Two OTC trading desks saw their accounts on the Gemini exchange abruptly shut down after both exchanges told the company they would be redeeming their GUSD holdings.
The Gemini cryptocurrency exchange announced yesterday that it plans on establishing a stablecoin built on the Ethereum blockchain and backed by the U.S. dollar.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are seeking another patent, this time for a blockchain-based system designed for “securely storing digital assets” like cryptocurrency.