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The Winklevoss Twins Are Creating A New Bitcoin Price Index Called The 'Winkdex'

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Winklevoss Bitcoin Index (WinkDex) Launches API for Developers

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Wat is de Winkdex voor een Bitcoin prijs index?

Wat is de Winkdex voor een Bitcoin prijs index? submitted by liberbits to u/liberbits [link] [comments]

The Winklevoss Twins opened a Bitcoin price index and called it Winkdex

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WinkDex Bitcoin Price Index Launches Developer API

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Winklevoss Twins Launch ‘Winkdex,’ A Blended Bitcoin Price Index

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Winklevoss Twins Launch Price Index for Bitcoin Named the 'Winkdex'

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Winklevoss Bitcoin Index, The WinkDex, Opens up API to Developers

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Winklevoss Twins Launch Price Index for Bitcoin Named the ‘Winkdex’

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The Winklevoss Twins Are Creating A New Bitcoin Price Index Called The 'Winkdex'

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The NYSE bitcoin index (NYXBT) is LIVE!

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Why is Winkdex bitcoin price at $438 (last few hours skyrocketed) when other exchanges are still at $415-$420?

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Winkdex: The Winkles launched a price index today with weighted input from 7 exchanges based on volume. Will it be adopted as the accepted value of BTC?

http://winkdex.com/#/
The New York Times says that it is meant to compete with CoinDesk's price index in setting a universally-accepted value of BTC. That was news to me in the sense that I've never seen anyone reference CoinDesk as their source of value. It used to be Gox's price, now it is Bitstamp for the most part.
The Windex uses a weighted averaging formula across 7 exchanges to come up with their price.
I'm not sure that it is worth considering some of the smaller exchanges at this time and I'm not too excited about supporting the Winklvii since they keep begging the government for regulation at every chance they get. I think their version of BTC is pulling it up into the old-boy Wall Street network and turning it into some type of security or fund that they can rule over. I don't think they have any concern for the potential societal benefits of Bitcoin.
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I think we should all advocate for the Winkdex

The Winkdex is a good way to add legitimacy to Bitcoin. They've done an excellent job assembling it to reflect the real price of Bitcoin with relative accuracy. It's also a great way to get people to stop referring to the MtGox price (which is heading for double-digits).
I think people are being too hesitant--we should be embracing this and using it for everything as fast as possible. As a community, we should leap upon legitimacy whenever it offers itself.
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Questions about the upcoming COIN ETF

I'm reviewing the updated SEC filing for the upcoming Winklevii ETF, proposed ticker COIN.
The filing says that the securities will be based on the spot price for BTC based on the Gemini exchange. I can't figure out how to find this price? It looks like the API data only posts trade data. Am I an idiot, or do I need to look at the API deeper to see the data?
I'm interested in comparing the spot price on Gemini to Coinbase to see if there are inconsistencies.
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Sources for Bitcoin price

Where is the authoritative source for the Bitcoin price?
Well, there isn't one.
So differences in price for bitcoin occur at different marketplaces ... just as the price of a tomato is different at different grocery markets.
There are various methods that attempt to consider various marketplaces to come up with a more sane, commonly available price.
For instance, Coindesk has their "Bitcoin Price Index", which they suggest the symbol XBP, and the method it is calculated is shown here:
CoinDesks's BPI is used by a number of financial media (e.g., Bloomberg/WJS) and trading products.
There's also the BraveNewCoin's BItcoin Liquid Index (BLX):
The BLX is used by NASDAQ.
The CME has its own "prices", BRR (Bitcoin Reference Rate) -- the "closing price" used for daily settlements, and BRTI (Bitcoin Real-time Index):
MVIS:
TradeBlock (XBX):
BitcoinAverage:
CoinTelegraph:
MVIS:
CoinMarketCap:
Messari OnChainFX:
Nomics:
Winkdex:
NYSE (NYXBT):
Others:
Charts:
Basket / Altcoin indexes:
Related:
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I'm thinking that FINRA is stalling on the ETF until we have a US regulated exchange. That makes the most sense.

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Can you help answer my 12 bitcoin questions?

  1. What keeps someone from hacking the network and stealing the current inventory of Bitcoin?
  2. Are there different indexes that measure value that have differing values? i.e. winkdex and others
  3. Is there a Bitcoin conversion rate for every currency in the world?
  4. If Bitcoin is accepted in everyday places (i.e. there is a subway somewhere in the US that accepts Bitcoin) can you transact in minute fractions of a Bitcoin? Who owns this transaction and performs it? Coinbase? Is Coinbase the only of its kind?
  5. How does Bitcoin act as a shield to currency price fluctuation IF in theory Bitcoin is only worth what someone would be willing to convert it back to in said currency?
  6. Bitcoin depends entirely on the eventual move to every day vendors accepting it right?
  7. How many true competitors are there that could become THE cyber currency if it is not Bitcoin? Why do you think Bitcoin will or will not be the leader in this area?
  8. Can you explain more on Bitcoin mining? Adding power to the grid? Solving algorithms to do so?
  9. How is Bitcoin less susceptible to current world events that would fluctuate pricing in markets?
  10. Will it always remain unregulated?
  11. Is there any way to hedge an investment in Bitcoin?
  12. What has led to the sharp increase in pricing since early 2017?
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A Brief Biography and the Current Ginancial Situation of the Winklevoss Brothers

A Brief Biography and the Current Ginancial Situation of the Winklevoss Brothers
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One of the first in the history to own a billion-dollar fortune are the American brothers Taylor and Cameron Winklevoss. The scale of their condition is really significant - about 100 thousand bitcoins, which is commensurate with 1.18 billion dollars. Financial opportunity for their initial investment in the crypto currency Taylor and Cameron gained thanks to the peaceful decision of the trial with the founder of the social network "Facebook" Mark Zuckerberg. Twins accused him of stealing their intellectual property, most of the ideas for creating a social network.
Brothers Winklevoss have already built two companies operating with bitcoins. At this stage of the development of the crypto-currency market, Taylor and Cameron own about 1% of the bitcoins produced tiill now. And they bought them in mid-2013 paid about $ 11.5 million. At that time the price of one bitcoin was $ 125. By now, the bitcoin rate has increased by 10 000%, so, the financial reserve of the brothers has increased to $ 1 billion. It is believed that the brothers Winklevoss are one of the first billionaires on the planet who built their own fortune with the help of bitcoin, not taking into account a group of programmers who uses the name Satoshi Nakamoto, who are the developers of cryptocurrency.
The Winklewoss brothers and their fellow student Divya Narendra planned to develop a private HarvardConnection social network for students in Harvard in the winter of 2002. In the fall of 2003, they applied for help to Mark Zuckerberg, explaining the plan and opening access to the already developed software code. About three months Mark eschewed the brothers, most likely working on the development of his social network. In the winter of 2004, he opened the site thefacebook.com. Tyler and Cameron asked for help from the Harvard administration, they filed a complaint about the theft of their intellectual property, but the management advised them to go to the court.
The outcome of the court proceedings was an amicable agreement, it is believed that Zuckerberg paid the brothers about $ 66 million compensation. It was thanks to these money that the brothers made their first investments in the cryptocurrency.
In 2013, brothers invested $ 1.5 million in BitInstant's bitcoin analysis system, and later opened their financial index to track the Winkdex crypto currency rate. In the spring, the brothers planned to launch a bitcoin investment fund on the exchange, but they did not get a positive result from the chairmen of the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Brothers Winklsvoss purposefully do not sell the crypto currency, referring to long terms of their investments. They are considering Bitcoin as the replacement and better version of gold.
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Approval of the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF is expected before the end of the year, according to this article on Gemini....

Get your moon suits ready! From the paywalled mondaymorning article:
The Gemini Bitcoin exchange, one of several Bitcoin-related projects that the Winklevoss twins have in the pipeline, has obtained two key approvals from New York regulators.
The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) has granted the Gemini Trust Co. approval for its Articles of Organization. The NYDFS also granted Gemini an exemption from the FDIC deposit insurance requirements of New York's banking laws.
It's all been part of an arduous process to gain the solid regulatory backing needed to make Gemini the top choice for institutional investors.
The Winklevoss twinsThe Winklevoss twins, Tyler and Cameron, set up the Gemini exchange as a trust company under New York regulations. It gives the Bitcoin exchange many of the same privileges as a bank, including the ability to take deposits.
But as a banking trust, Gemini can't lend money. Lending isn't necessary for Gemini to function as a Bitcoin exchange, and it would have lengthened the approval process even more.
The new approvals make the Gemini Trust Co. an "established entity," which means it can now pursue the formal relationships with banks and vendors that will allow it to actually launch the exchange.
The approvals have Gemini on the "one-yard line," Cameron Winklevoss told CoinDesk, although it still needs a few more approvals from the NYDFS.
The Winklevoss twins have pursued the banking charter path rather than apply to the NYDFS for a BitLicense specifically because they wanted to serve institutional investors.
"I don't know if anyone has made this distinction enough. If you want to service institutional customers in New York, the BitLicense is not sufficient," Cameron Winklevoss told CoinDesk. "There's a good chance that when you get one you'll have to curtail or stop actually servicing NY institutions."
The charter also means the Winklevoss Bitcoin exchange will have the option to offer derivatives, swaps, and futures, although that will require further approval from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). The CFTC ruled last month that Bitcoin is a commodity, and so such trading falls under its jurisdiction.
Gemini will not be the first U.S.-based Bitcoin exchange – Coinbase and ItBit went live earlier this year. ItBit, like Gemini, operates as a trust company with NYDFS approval.
But here's why institutional investors are likely to prefer the Gemini Bitcoin exchange
What Sets the Gemini Bitcoin Exchange Apart Part of the appeal of the Gemini Bitcoin exchange is the painstaking effort the Winklevoss twins have made to ensure it's fully compliant with all regulations. That goes a long way to building confidence in an institution – particularly a new one based on a digital currency that itself is only six years old.
But the Winklevoss twins also believe Gemini has features that will make it more appealing to institutional traders.
"We describe Gemini as an E-Trade, because we'll have a web interface, like Nasdaq, because we have a matching engine order book, and like DTC [Depository Trust Company] because we are also a clearing and settlement house. We are basically all three functions collapsed into one," Tyler Winklevoss told Modern Trader. "When we discuss what we're doing with the institutional crowd, they get really excited about the clearing and settlement aspects of what we're doing, and the reduction in costs. Bringing that friction down is a massive opportunity."
The Gemini Bitcoin exchange also fits into a larger trend of rapidly increasing Wall Street interest in the digital currency. Last month, for instance, nine major world banks announced they had formed a partnership to study ways to incorporate Bitcoin into the global financial markets, an alliance that since has grown to 22.
The Gemini exchange is just one Bitcoin investing initiative the Winklevoss twins have undertaken.
They also are awaiting U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission approval of the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust, a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) that will trade under the ticker Nasdaq: COIN. Approval of the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF is expected before the end of the year.
The Winklevoss twins also created their own Bitcoin price index, the Winkdex, which uses a weighted formula based on trading at the top three Bitcoin exchanges. But for now, they're very much focused on launching the Gemini Bitcoin exchange.
"Our days are focused on building what we consider a pure-play Bitcoin exchange," Tyler Winklevoss told Modern Trader. "We need to make sure it's an active, healthy market with the right participants, so that when people show up, there's liquidity, a full order book and everything works as expected and advertised. We're trying to do this one thing really right, in a way that the community hasn't seen yet."
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Top 12 BTC Questions

  1. What keeps someone from hacking the network and stealing the current inventory of Bitcoin?
  2. Are there different indexes that measure value that have differing values? i.e. winkdex and others
  3. Is there a Bitcoin conversion rate for every currency in the world?
  4. If Bitcoin is accepted in everyday places (i.e. there is a subway somewhere in the US that accepts Bitcoin) can you transact in minute fractions of a Bitcoin? Who owns this transaction and performs it? Coinbase? Is Coinbase the only of its kind?
  5. How does Bitcoin act as a shield to currency price fluctuation IF in theory Bitcoin is only worth what someone would be willing to convert it back to in said currency?
  6. Bitcoin depends entirely on the eventual move to every day vendors accepting it right?
  7. How many true competitors are there that could become THE cyber currency if it is not Bitcoin? Why do you think Bitcoin will or will not be the leader in this area?
  8. Can you explain more on Bitcoin mining? Adding power to the grid? Solving algorithms to do so?
  9. How is Bitcoin less susceptible to current world events that would fluctuate pricing in markets?
  10. Will it always remain unregulated?
  11. Is there any way to hedge an investment in Bitcoin?
  12. What has led to the sharp increase in pricing since early 2017?
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WINKLEVOSS BITCOIN TRUST TLDR ; 51 Risk Factors

  1. The value of the Shares relates directly to the value of the bitcoins held by the Trust and fluctuations in the price of bitcoins could adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  2. The value of bitcoins as represented by Winkdex may be subject to momentum pricing whereby the current Winkdex value may account for speculation regarding future appreciation in value. Momentum pricing of bitcoins may subject Winkdex to greater volatility and adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  3. Winkdex is an exponential moving average calculated using volume weighted trading price data from various Bitcoin Exchanges chosen by the Index Provider. Pricing on any Bitcoin Exchange in the Bitcoin Exchange Market can be volatile and can adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  4. The Bitcoin Exchanges on which bitcoins trade are relatively new and, in most cases, largely unregulated and may therefore be more exposed to fraud and failure than established, regulated exchanges for other products. To the extent that the Bitcoin Exchanges representing a substantial portion of the volume in bitcoin trading are involved in fraud or experience security failures or other operational issues, such Bitcoin Exchanges’ failures may result in a reduction in the Winkdex spot price and can adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  5. Since there is no limit on the number of bitcoins that the Trust may acquire, the Trust itself, as it grows, may have an impact on the supply and demand of bitcoins that ultimately may affect the price of the Shares in a manner unrelated to other factors affecting the global market for bitcoins.
  6. The Shares may trade at a discount or premium in the trading price relative to the NAV per Share as a result of non-concurrent trading hours between the [EXCHANGE] and the Bitcoin Exchange Market.
  7. To the extent that bitcoin prices on the Exchange Market move negatively during hours when the [EXCHANGE] is closed, trading prices on the [EXCHANGE] may “gap” down at market open.
  8. A possible “short squeeze” due to a sudden increase in demand for the Shares that largely exceeds supply may lead to price volatility in the Shares.
  9. Purchasing activity in the Bitcoin Exchange Market associated with Basket creations or selling activity following Basket redemptions may affect the Winkdex and Share trading prices. These price changes may adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  10. An investment in the Shares may be adversely affected by competition from other methods of investing in bitcoins.
  11. Winkdex may be affected by the sale of other DMBA ETPs tracking the price of bitcoins.
  12. Political or economic crises may motivate large-scale sales of bitcoins, which could result in a reduction in the Winkdex value and adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  13. As the Sponsor and its management have no history of operating an investment vehicle like the Trust, their experience may be inadequate or unsuitable to manage the Trust.
  14. The value of the Shares could decrease if unanticipated operational or trading problems arise.
  15. The Shares may trade at a price which is at, above or below the NAV per Share and any discount or premium in the trading price relative to the NAV per Share may widen as a result of non-concurrent trading hours.
  16. If Authorized Participants are able to purchase or sell large aggregations of bitcoins in the open market at prices that are different than the Winkdex spot price, the arbitrage mechanism intended to keep the price of the Shares closely linked to the Winkdex spot price may not function properly and the Shares may trade at a discount or premium to their NAV per Share.
  17. If the processes of creation and redemption of Baskets encounter any unanticipated difficulties, the opportunities for arbitrage transactions intended to keep the price of the Shares closely linked to the Winkdex spot price may not exist and, as a result, the price of the Shares may fall.
  18. The postponement, suspension or rejection of creation or redemption orders, as permitted in certain circumstances under the Trust Agreement, may adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  19. The Trust could experience unforeseen difficulties in operating and maintaining key elements of its technical infrastructure.
  20. The Trust’s internal systems rely on a Security System that is highly technical, and if such system contains undetected errors, the value of the Shares could be adversely affected.
  21. The Trust’s ability to adopt technology in response to changing security needs or trends poses a challenge to the safekeeping of the Trust’s bitcoins.
  22. Security threats to the Security System could result in the halting of Trust operations, the suspension of redemptions, a loss of Trust assets, or damage to the reputation and brand of the Trust, each of which could result in a reduction in the price of the Shares.
  23. A loss of confidence in the Security System and the Trust’s security and technology policies, or a breach of the Security System, may adversely affect the Trust and the value of an investment in the Shares.
  24. Bitcoin transactions are irrevocable and stolen or incorrectly transferred bitcoins may be irretrievable. As a result, any incorrectly executed bitcoin transactions could adversely affect an investment in the Shares.
  25. The Trust’s bitcoins may be subject to loss, damage, theft or restriction on access.
  26. The Shareholders’ limited rights of legal recourse against the Trust, the Trustee and the Sponsor and the Trust’s lack of insurance protection expose the Trust and its Shareholders to the risk of loss of the Trust’s bitcoins for which no person is liable.
  27. Bitcoins held by the Trust are not subject to FDIC or SIPC protections.
  28. The Trustee’s limited liability under the Trust Agreement may impair the ability of the Trust to recover losses relating to its bitcoins and any recovery may be limited, even in the event of fraud, to the market value of the bitcoins at the time the fraud is discovered.
  29. The Trust may not have adequate sources of recovery if its bitcoins are lost, stolen or destroyed.
  30. The liquidity of the Shares may also be affected by the withdrawal from participation of one or more Authorized Participants.
  31. As a new fund, there is no guarantee that an active trading market for the Shares will develop. To the extent that no active trading market develops on the [EXCHANGE] and the assets of the Trust do not reach a viable size, the liquidity of the Shares may be limited or the Trust may be terminated at the option of the Sponsor.
  32. The lack of a market for the Shares may limit the ability of Shareholders to sell the Shares.
  33. The [EXCHANGE] may halt trading in the Shares, which would adversely impact investors’ ability to sell Shares.
  34. The Trust may be required to terminate and liquidate at a time that is disadvantageous to Shareholders.
  35. Shareholders will not have the rights enjoyed by investors in certain other vehicles.
  36. The Trust Custody Account will be administered using computer hardware and software owned by the Sponsor and leased and licensed to the Trustee.
  37. The Trustee is solely responsible for determining the value of the bitcoins, and any errors, discontinuance or changes in such valuation calculations may have an adverse effect on the value of the Shares.
  38. Extraordinary expenses resulting from unanticipated events may become payable by the Trust, adversely affecting an investment in the Shares.
  39. The Trust’s transfer or sale of bitcoins to pay expenses or other operations of the Trust could result in Shareholders incurring tax liability without an associated distribution from the Trust.
  40. The sale of the Trust’s bitcoins to pay expenses not assumed by the Sponsor at a time of low bitcoin prices could adversely affect the value of the Shares.
  41. The value of the Shares will be adversely affected if the Trust is required to indemnify the Sponsor or the Trustee under the Trust Agreement.
  42. Intellectual property rights claims may adversely affect the Trust and an investment in the Shares.
  43. Shareholders will not have the protections associated with ownership of shares in an investment company registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 or the protections afforded by the CEA.
  44. The United States tax rules applicable to an investment in the Shares and the underlying bitcoins are uncertain and the tax consequences to an investor of an investment in the Shares could differ from the investor’s expectations.
  45. Regulatory changes or actions may alter the nature of an investment in the Shares or restrict the use of bitcoins or the operation of the Bitcoin Network in a manner that adversely affects an investment in the Shares.
  46. It may be illegal now, or in the future, to acquire, own, hold, sell or use bitcoins in one or more countries, and ownership of, holding or trading in Shares may also be considered illegal and subject to sanction.
  47. If regulatory changes require the regulation of bitcoins under the CEA by the CFTC and/or under the Securities Act by the SEC, the Trust and the Sponsor may be required to register and comply with such regulations. To the extent that the Sponsor decides to continue the Trust, the required registrations and regulatory compliance steps may result in extraordinary, non-recurring expenses to the Trust. The Sponsor may also decide to terminate the Trust. Any termination of the Trust in response to the changed regulatory circumstances may be at a time that is disadvantageous to investors.
  48. Shareholders cannot be assured of the Sponsor’s continued services, the discontinuance of which may be detrimental to the Trust.
  49. Shareholders may be adversely affected by the lack of independent advisers representing investors in the Trust.
  50. Shareholders may be adversely affected by lack of regular shareholder meetings and no voting rights.
All these risks were outlined in the S1 paperwork.
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