The twins bought $11 million worth of Bitcoins in 2013, according to the New York Times, and soon became evangelists, creating crypto exchange Gemini Trust Co.
By the way, how much did Zuckerberg pay the twins?
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. Well, you can imagine that things turned out OK for Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, two men whose mere names ooze blue-blood money.
On top of everything, did Winklevoss twins sell Bitcoin? The Times reports Cameron and Tyler did sell a portion of their coins to launch Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange on which people can buy and sell bitcoin, but they have no other plans to sell their stake.
Regardless, did Zuckerberg cheat Eduardo?
Like the Winklevoss brothers, Eduardo Saverin clearly felt he got screwed by Mark Zuckerberg in Facebook's early days, and in one way, he did. We can tell from the previously unpublished letter included in this story that Zuckerberg didn't really want Saverin to notice his stake in Facebook was being diluted.
What is Mark Zuckerberg salary?
Zuckerberg's annual salary remains $1. The funds include “approximately $10,463,717” for “costs related to personal security for Zuckerberg at his home and during his personal travel.” It also includes an additional $10 million required to protect him and his family.