In the end, the lawyer was right to worry. Saverin eventually sued Facebook over breach of fiduciary duty. Facebook and Saverin settled, and he walked away with 4% or 5% of the company. That stake is now worth close to $5 billion.
Apart from that, did Zuckerberg pay the twins?
To recap, Zuckerberg and the Winklevoss twins were all college chums at Harvard. ... As Observer mentioned earlier this year, Zuckerberg settled the lawsuit by paying the brothers $65 million in cash and Facebook shares—mere chump change for Zuckerberg.
Without doubt, did Mark Zuckerberg settle with Winklevoss twins? Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are often remembered for suing Zuckerberg, claiming the Facebook founder stole their idea for the social network platform when the trio attended Harvard. The twins later won a $65 million settlement from the lawsuit.
Plus, who owns Bitcoin now?
How much Bitcoin do the Winklevoss have?
Each of the twins is worth about $1 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. They also own other cryptocurrencies including Ether.