Could Facebook’s Crypto Plans Be A Plot By Zuckerberg To Outsmart The Winklevoss Twins?
- Facebook could announce its crypto and blockchain platform on June 18
- Could have Zuckerberg planned this project to outsmart the Winklevoss twins?
Facebook is expected to be releasing a cryptocurrency and a blockchain project to the market in the near future. Some reports say that the information about it is going to be released on June 18. But there are some users that speculate with this project and believe that Facebook’s coin, was created by Zuckerberg in order to outsmart the Winklevoss twins once again. Could that be possible?
Could Facebook’s Crypto Plans Be Related To The Winklevoss Twins?
The Winklevoss twins are recognized figures in the crypto space for their involvement in the market and the projects they have started. For example, they have created the crypto exchange Gemini that operates in the United States.
However, they have a common past with Mr. Zuckerberg. Apparently, the Twins created Facebook alongside Zuckerberg but the current CEO of the company never gave credit to them and appropriated the project.
More than ten years after this, the Winklevoss twins followed a career in which they created the Gemini exchange and invested large sums of money in Bitcoin (BTC), the largest cryptocurrency in the market.
The Twitter user RobbieBTC suggested that GlobalCoin – also known as Libra – might be a plot by Zuckerberg to outsmart the Winklevoss twins for yet another time. He considers Facebook could start offering exchange services, get users to purchase the Libra coin in exchange for Bitcoin and hold more BTC than the Winklevoss themselves in just five years.
#Facecoin aka #GlobalCoin aka #Libra might be a plot by Zuckerberg to outsmart the #Winklevoss twins for yet another time…
Begin to offer exchange services, get users to buy worthless #Libra in exchange for #Bitcoin 👉 end up holding more corn than the Winkle's within 5 years.. pic.twitter.com/Q9VAOeimdU
— RobbieBTC (@geckozoo) June 17, 2019
Meanwhile, Tyler Winklevoss wrote on Twitter that he cannot wait for Bitcoin to reach $10,000 after more than a year. He has specifically directed this message to those calling Bitcoin a fraud or comparing it to Tulips.
For all of you who like to call bitcoin tulips, I can't wait to see the look on your faces when bitcoin cracks $10,000. 😂🚀
— Tyler Winklevoss (@tylerwinklevoss) June 17, 2019
At the moment, each Bitcoin is being traded around $9,267 and it has a market capitalization of $164.63 billion.