Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have settled their lawsuit against fellow early bitcoin entrepreneur Charlie Shrem, whom they previously claimed owed them $26 million worth of the cryptocurrency.
In an April 5 court filing, Judge Jed Rakoff of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed the case, explaining that the parties had informed the court they had reached a settlement.
The Winklevoss twins have filed a lawsuit against bitcoin investor Charlie Shrem, alleging that Shrem “stole” 5,000 bitcoins from them in 2012.
According to a recent report released by the New York Times, Charlie Shrem has made several large purchases over the past year, including multiple real estate properties, luxury cars, powerboats and a $2 million house.
At a time in which bitcoin cash (BCH) surges to $1,680, the cryptocurrency’s lead developer, Deadal Nix, stated that Bitcoin itself is dead as it split into two back in August. According to him, there is now bitcoin cash and bitcoin core/Legacy.
Bitcoin is dead. It was split in two. There is bitcoin cash, and bitcoin core/legacy.
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GoldMint, a crypto startup that lets the users invest in gold and store it in the form of a cryptocurrency, welcomes new advisors to the company’s board.
One of the newest joiners of GoldMint is Charlie Shrem, a Bitcoin pioneer and a significant figure in crypto community.
Charlie Shrem, a bitcoin pioneer and the head of business development at popular cryptocurrency wallet platform operator Jaxx, stated that China has no real effect on the future of bitcoin.
“This China FUD is playing on all your fear, uncertainty and doubt.