British telecom giant Vodafone Group has become the eighth company to leave Facebook’s digital currency project, Libra.
After a difficult year for Facebook, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg decided to give up his yearly challenges in favour of longer-term reflection.
Bitcoin scam adverts featuring Martin Lewis pictures have continued to appear in Instagram despite previous attempts by the British financial expert to prevent such illegal activities.
Facebook’s Libra won’t be approved because central banks won’t accept the basket of currencies behind it, according to Switzerland’s President.
Facebook should give up Libra and support third-party stablecoins to assure success, blockchain researchers at brokerage eToro believes.
A Dutch court ordered Facebook to remove Bitcoin investment scam ads after local television producer John de Mol had brought a lawsuit against the company.
Over 1,500 entities have indicated interest in joining the Libra project effort, and approximately 180 entities have met the preliminary membership criteria shared at libra.org, the Libra Association ...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will uphold the Libra cryptocurrency project in front of U.S. lawmakers later this month.
PayPal is about leaving Libra Association due to the regulatory backlash, according to the Financial Times. PayPal representatives ignored a Libra Association meeting in Washington on Oct. 3 ...