Bitcoin IPO: Winklevoss Twins File For $20 Million IPO


Trending In Our News Feeds Egyptian army gives ultimatum to President Morsi. The Egyptian army issued a 48-hour ultimatum to President Mohamed Morsi on Monday, in a move that encouraged the 14 million protesters demanding a new government. General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said in a statement the army would create a “road map” to democratically guide Egypt if Morsi does not cooperate with protesters. Morsi’s administration worried the army’s demand would “cause confusion in the complex national environment.” International leaders have also begun pressuring Morsi to engage with protesters. The UN human rights office told Morsi to enter into a “serious national dialogue,” and President Obama encouraged Morsi to respond to the protests. The New York Times has a great profile of the millennial activists who started the Tarod protest movement.

The Winklevoss Twins have big plans for bitcoin (NY Times).

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