Winklevoss twins look to expand their crypto business in Singapore amid US crackdown

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Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini plans to hire more staff in Singapore and it will do so “pretty quickly”, said its co-founders Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss.
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SINGAPORE – The twin brothers who founded New York-based Gemini are looking to grow the cryptocurrency exchange in Singapore as part of a strategy to diversify outside the United States, where the authorities are cracking down on the sector.

Messrs Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, 41, were in town to meet financial regulators, lawmakers and customers as part of a world trip which also included cities such as London, Dublin, Dubai and Hong Kong.

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