Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are working relentlessly to grow their cryptocurrency exchange Gemini despite the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) decision to reject their proposed Bitcoin ETF for the second time in late July.The brothers have taken a few hits in 2018 so far, including dwindling trading volume on their Gemini exchange and declining prices for their cryptocurrency holdings. However, the SEC decision to deny their controversial ETF application is arguably the worst blow they’ve suffered thus far. The decision, which negatively impacted the markets, held a significant amount of stock for the exchange, as an approval would have proven to be tremendously profitable for Gemini and the brothers.Winklevoss Twins Acknowledge That Wall Street is Slow to Enter the Cryptocurrency MarketsRegardless of having a rough year, the twins are continuing to work hard to progress their exchange through a variety of new programs. While speaking to Bloomberg, the twins discussed
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