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Facebook announces Libra cryptocurrency with a massive list of partners

Mashable Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Facebook’s cryptocurrency, and the company's long-rumored, vast ambitions in the crypto space, are real. 

On Tuesday, the company announced Libra, a decentralized cryptocurrency that will allow users of Facebook and WhatsApp to easily send each other money and make online purchases. 

The news, however, is far bigger...
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