Cameron Winklevoss and his twin brother Tyler were teenagers when they started a company building web pages for corporate clients. They have been involved in numerous business ventures over the years, currently focusing on digital assets. In 2012, the brothers launched Winklevoss Capital, a private equity and venture capital investment company. Two years later, they started Gemini – a New York-based digital asset exchange catering to both individual and institutional investors. Cameron serves as president of Gemini. While at university, Cameron co-founded the HarvardConnection social network, which was later renamed to ConnectU. According to claims made in a 2004 lawsuit, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg used source code developed for ConnectU to launch his social network. Cameron Winklevoss holds an MBA from the University of Oxford and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University.