Who are the Winklevoss twins and how do they know Jake Paul?
Jake Paul is a very famous internet personality, especially after entering the boxing world. However, two very distinct worlds collided when he appeared on The Tim Dillon Show with the Winklevoss twins for an episode of the Bitcoin conference in Miami.
Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are U.S. cryptocurrency and Bitcoin investors, Olympic rowers, entrepreneurs, and founders of Winklevoss Capital Management and the Gemini cryptocurrency exchange. Their lawsuit and rivalry with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dates back to the Harvard days and the founding of Facebook itself.
So where does Jake Paul come in with such a esteemed company? All of them are major investors in Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency. All of them have made significant profits and have several other investments of their own.
During the conference, Dillon asked them about Elon Musk, Dana White and Fighter Pay, NFTs, and Logan Paul’s fight with Floyd Mayweather.
Watch the full episode below:
Everyone has talked about the rise of Bitcoin and how it’s a better commodity than gold. They explained how the Internet would be a freer place with Bitcoin. Meanwhile, Jake Paul also opened up on why he was nervous about his brother Logan Paul fighting Mayweather when Dillon asked him if he had ever been nervous in his own fights.
Jake Paul and his next fight against Tyron Woodley
Paul is preparing to fight for the second time in 2021 now that his fight against former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley has been finalized. They engaged in a furious back-and-forth on social media, which also involved current UFC commentator and former two-time champion Daniel Cormier.
Jake Paul’s last fight was against Ben Askren in April. It was a big event that included performances by big superstars like Justin Bieber and Snoop Dogg. However, the main event of the fight wasn’t as hectic as Jake Paul knocked out Askren in the first round to take his unbeaten record to 3-0. If he beats Tyron Woodley now, he’ll soon be joining the legitimate boxing conversation.