Winklevoss Twins: Bitcoin Trust Is Alive and Well

Nov. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss, co-founders of Winklevoss Capital Management, discuss the state of their Bitcoin trust, the future of money, their wide-ranging tech investments and what they’ve learned in building their own investment firm. They speak with Erik Schatzker from the Money2020 conference in Las Vegas on “Money Makers.”

The Winners and Losers in Tech Earning Season
27:41 - The vast majority of Facebook Inc.’s revenue comes from mobile advertising -- a machine that continues to churn out sales results that beat analysts’ estimates. But it won’t always be that way. There are other properties and features -- like WhatsApp and Messenger, chat apps which both have 1 billion users -- that aren’t yet generating money. Facebook has been pushing the use of live video on its platform -- even going so far as to pay some stars to create their own videos. However, Twitter Inc.’s plan to boost revenue from video advertising, a key part of Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey’s revival effort, will take longer than analysts expected. White Bear Yard Co-Founder Eileen Burbidge discusses the outlook for tech - including Nintendo, Amazon and more - with "On the Move" hosts Manus Cranny in London and Caroline Hyde in Berlin.
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