The Winklevoss twins have partnered with Stampede Ventures to co-produce a film adaptation of Bitcoin Billionaires

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Winklevoss Twins are coming on a feature film adaptation of Bitcoin Billionaires

After the failure of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Bitcoin billionaire twins Winklevoss are now trying to turn their stories into a vivid movie through a partnership with the New York Times bestselling author, Ben Mezrich and Greg Silverman’s. content creation studio, Stampede Ventures.

After the failure of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Bitcoin billionaire twins Winklevoss are now trying to turn their stories into a vivid movie through a partnership with the New York Times bestselling author, Ben Mezrich and Greg Silverman’s. content creation studio, Stampede Ventures.

According to Deadline’s report, the idea of ​​the film is a thorough story about how these two brothers risked everything and eventually became the first Bitcoin billionaire in the world.

Silverman also revealed big ideas behind such ideas:

“We are very grateful at Stampede that we were able to convince them to turn their story into a film and produce it with us. This is Rocky II meets Wall Street in a world filled with unique and mesmerizing characters. This is going to make an incredible film.”

Tyler Winklevoss also shared the news of the upcoming film on Twitter.

However, the official release date of the film has not been announced. However, when it is released, it will mark another story in Winklevoss’s disruptive breakthrough into Bitcoin, which has begun to become famous for twins buying 1% of all Bitcoin in circulation in the year. 2011 with a total amount of 11 million dollars.

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss have also successfully built a cryptocurrency exchange business, Gemini, in recent weeks partnering with Samsung to integrate their cryptocurrency wallets in the upcoming version of the mobile device.

Speaking at the South By Southwest conference in March 2019, the twins argued that Bitcoin could one day be more valuable than gold.

As depicted in “The Social Network,” the Winklevoss twins once accused Zuckerberg of stealing the idea for Facebook from them. They eventually received a $65 million settlement.

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