Tyler Winklevoss and his twin brother Cameron started their first company as teenagers, building web pages for enterprise clients. The siblings have been involved in numerous business ventures over the years, currently focusing on digital assets. In 2012, Tyler and his brother launched Winklevoss Capital, a private equity and venture capital investment company. Two years later they founded Gemini – a New York-based digital asset exchange serving both individual and institutional investors. Tyler is CEO of Gemini. While at university, the two brothers and a fellow student 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. Tyler Winklevoss holds an MBA from the University of Oxford and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University.