The Winklevii did battle against each over a piece of advanced art.
A source lets us know that Bitcoin billionaires Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss got into an offering fight against one another Friday at a cause supper in Hudson Yards for the Robot Heart Foundation.
A spy lets us know the pair — broadly played by Armie Hammer in the “Social Network” — went head to indistinguishable head over a selective NFT of EDM genius, Diplo.
“The bidding started at $1,000,” says the government operative. “Cameron eventually won with a $40,000 bid.”
We’re told the brothers — who got a $65 million settlement from Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook and proceeded to make their own bitcoin trade, Gemini, as well as a NFT stage called Nifty Gateway — were sitting with Diplo himself, who was “cheering Cameron on during the bidding.”
Seats at the fancy occasion went for $7,500 per head. We’re advised the occasion raised more than $2 million to assist with supporting human expression.
The night started off the end of the week’s Fare Forward live event at Wollman Rink in Central Park, highlighting acts including Bebel Gilberto, Acid Pauli, the Weather Station, Be Svendsen and Guy Laliberte.
But it wasn’t your normal fest with food truck grub. We hear the VIP area saw enormous spenders dropping $15,000 on tables, and $3,600 on platters of sushi from Tokyo culinary expert Hisashi Udatsu.
The twins as of late listed their sleek Soho three room, 4,300-square-foot, space for $16.95 million.
We additionally recently detailed that the siblings started a band last year with their head of safety and a few buddies. “Tyler sings, Cameron plays guitar,” said a source who added that the twins started off the demonstration by performing for friends.
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