Winklevoss Capital is supporting a new incubator project called Libracamp

On August 21st, Gemini Exchange founder Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss family fund Winklevoss Capital are supporting a new incubator project called Libracamp, which is not affiliated with the LIbra Association or Facebook, but instead focuses on supporting the development of Libra. , growth and opportunities." Libracamp claims to be “an expert community” supported by TechCrunch co-founder Michael Arrington and Winklevoss Capital's Jane Lippencott. In addition, Libracamp said it "has brought together a network of mentors from some of the world's leading technology and investment companies, such as PayPal, Pantera Capital and FinTech4Good." According to previous news, Libracamp is funding Facebook's Libra test network development. More than 80 projects have applied for five places in the virtual training camp that Libracamp started in November. Libracamp co-founder Tomer Weiss said that Facebook's Calibra team is keeping in touch with the company but has not officially sponsored the project.