Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, the Harvard graduate twins who just couldn't stop suing Mark Zuckerberg for creating Facebook, have finally found their calling: creating a Facebook-like website.
The $11 million stake in Bitcoin revealed today by the Winklevoss twins does absolutely nothing for the flailing legitimacy of the controversial online currency — "growing pains," they say — but at least it proves to the world that they were in on this particular trend before Mark Zuckerberg could steal it from them.
In the December issue, Vanity Fair profiles Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, Mark Zuckerberg's fun-to-make-fun-of archnemeses, in an attempt to answer a simple question: Why don't they ever give up?
The bill whittles down their settlement with Facebook down to $52 million
The twins are not getting any more money out of Mark Zuckerberg
The Winklevii respond to name calling with letter to Harvard President
The former Harvard University president remembers meeting with his students
They want to know if Facebook "intentionally or inadvertently suppressed evidence"
The twins decided not to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court for more money
The U.S. Supreme Court may be Cameron and Tyler's last hope
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