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Winklevoss twins' message to Zuckerberg: 'Welcome to the party'

Cameron Winklevoss, chief executive officer and co-founder of Gemini Trust Company (left) listens as Tyler Winklevoss, chief financial officer and co-founder of Gemini Trust Company, during a Bloomberg West Television interview in Las Vegas on May 12, 2016. Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg.

For all the fuss that's been made over one of the most high-profile rivalries in the tech space, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss have a decidedly pragmatic message for their former Harvard classmate, Mark Zuckerberg, over his cryptocurrency project: "Welcome to the party."

The Winklevoss twins, one of the earliest proponents of crypto -- and bitcoin, in particular -- are speaking out for the first time since Zuckerberg's Facebook announced plans to launch a digital token. The social media giant's project has helped to resurrect coin prices and brought back the hype prevalent during the height of crypto mania in 2017, even as it's drawn the ire of regulators and policy makers, who have privacy and data concerns...

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