Exclusive: A Standoff Between The Winklevoss Twins And Debtholders Killed Hukkster
Hukkster, the discount-tracking app backed by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, was dying but managed to find a savior in Marc Lore's Jet.com. A tussle over a small sum of money led to the deal — and Hukkster — getting killed.
Winklevoss Twins Warn Of Restrictive Regulation One Day After Bitcoin Startup Founder's Arrest
"Overregulation could cripple Bitcoin's development," Cameron Winklevoss said Tuesday. New York's financial regulator said there needs to be "guardrails for this industry to help root out money laundering and other misconduct."
Zuckerberg’s FaceMash.com Is Now Up For Sale!
For those of you who ran out and saw The Social Network this weekend, you are now familiar with Zuckerberg’s first site www.facemash.com. For only $8,000 it can now be yours. Surprisingly, it currently has zero bids. The question is: Who will be the first BuzzFeed user to place a bid?
Cameron And Tyler Winklevoss
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the identical twin Olympic rowers who founded ConnectU - Cameron later cofounded Guest Of A Guest - received a reported $65 million settlement from Facebook in a suit that alleged Zuckerberg had broken an oral contract with them and stolen their idea.
The Real People Behind The Social Network Movie
Sorry for the lame title of this post! Moving on: I just watched The Social Network. It's really good, and it made me want to know what all the people in the movie looked like IRL, and what they're up to nowadays. So I looked it up, and now you're reading about it! Here's some background on the relevant people from the story.