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September 17, 2013, 03:10:25 PM
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"The Winklevoss Twins Just Gave A Presentation On Bitcoin To A Room Full Of Investors"

http://www.businessinsider.com/winkelvoss-bitcoin-bitcoin-presentation-2013-9



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September 17, 2013, 09:58:05 PM
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Did they (the investors) all laugh at them (Winklevai twins)?

Heheh.

I'm curious if they've cashed out any of their 9Million gain yet, or if they continue to remain bullish on 100% of their bitcoin position...

Not sure if they'd value cashing out a million as much as I would...

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September 17, 2013, 10:21:13 PM
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I have the distinct feeling that the Winklevoss twins 'Get It' more than half the folks on this forum.

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September 18, 2013, 07:16:21 AM
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I'm curious if they've cashed out any of their 9Million gain yet, or if they continue to remain bullish on 100% of their bitcoin position...

They already cashed out: into bitcoin.


I have the distinct feeling that the Winklevoss twins 'Get It' more than half the folks on this forum.

I'm afraid to admit that I agree.

Lots of people laughing at them, while they own a big piece of the most promising technology of the century.
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September 18, 2013, 12:23:23 PM
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I'm curious if they've cashed out any of their 9Million gain yet, or if they continue to remain bullish on 100% of their bitcoin position...

They already cashed out: into bitcoin.


I have the distinct feeling that the Winklevoss twins 'Get It' more than half the folks on this forum.

I'm afraid to admit that I agree.

Lots of people laughing at them, while they own a big piece of the most promising technology of the century.


Right, I'm sure they are planning on spending bitcoins someday... that's why they are creating an ETF so that people can spend their ETFs on goods.

If they are talking to investors, I doubt their plan is to say, invest in this currency & then spend it... nope, the people are going to want to cash them in for a USD return.

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September 18, 2013, 12:57:41 PM
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I'm curious if they've cashed out any of their 9Million gain yet, or if they continue to remain bullish on 100% of their bitcoin position...

They already cashed out: into bitcoin.


I have the distinct feeling that the Winklevoss twins 'Get It' more than half the folks on this forum.

I'm afraid to admit that I agree.

Lots of people laughing at them, while they own a big piece of the most promising technology of the century.


Right, I'm sure they are planning on spending bitcoins someday... that's why they are creating an ETF so that people can spend their ETFs on goods.

If they are talking to investors, I doubt their plan is to say, invest in this currency & then spend it... nope, the people are going to want to cash them in for a USD return.

Can't they start buying more BTC with investors money if the ETF gets accepted while keeping their own stash?
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