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Facebook Libra Cryptocurrency announced with Calibra digital wallet; coming in 2020

BGR India Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Facebook has announced its much-anticipated cryptocurrency. Facebook has named the cryptocurrency as Libra. In addition to this, Facebook will not really own or control Libra. Instead, the Libra Association will control and develop Libra cryptocurrency. All members of the Libra Association will be responsible for developing and steering Libra Cryptocurrency in the right direction. Similar […]

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