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27 Oct 2019
Facebook's Libra, billed as an alternative to traditional banking, has sparked concerns from central bankers and regulators around the world. The currency has been criticized as a threat to sovereignty and stability.
13 Oct 2019
Scepticism mounts over Facebook's Libra as Paypal abandons cryptocurrency
1 Oct 2019
As Facebook faces scrutiny for its global digital coin project Libra, Binance is pushing ahead with its plans of creating a "regional" and "Belt and Road" version of Libra. Bloomberg's Selina Wang breaks down the differences between the two projects and speaks exclusively to Binance's Co-Founder Yi He.
17 Sep 2019
Libra: Are you ready to trust Facebook with your money?
24 Aug 2019
Facebook's Libra is reportedly being probed by the European Union's competition authorities. The cryptocurrency plan has been met with intense skepticism from both data protection activists and regulators.
14 Jul 2019
Rep. Warren Davidson, an Ohio Republican, and Rep. Josh Gottheimer, a New Jersey Democrat, talk with Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli about Facebook Inc.'s plans for a new cryptocurrency called Libra.
11 Jul 2019
Earn.com Co-Founder Lily Liu and Bitwise Asset Management CEO Hunter Horsely, discuss the hearings to be held by Congress concerning Facebook's cryptocurrency project, Libra. They speak with Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
27 Jun 2019
Facebook Inc. picked Geneva as the home of the Libra Association, which will govern the payment network and manage a financial reserve for the planned Libra cryptocurrency.
22 Jun 2019
Facebook has unveiled plans for a global cryptocurrency which the social networking giant hopes will provide an alternative to cash, credit cards and bank transfers as from year 2020. Here are five things you need to know about Libra.

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