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Billionaire Winklevoss: Not Owning Bitcoin “Worse” Than Not Buying Amazon In 2000s

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Cameron Winklevoss, the billionaire co-founder of Gemini, believes not owning Bitcoin is a “worse decision” than not investing in Amazon. Since the early days, Amazon stock has increased from around $250 to $3,160.

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