Tag Archives: Libra

13Feb/20

Could a Digital Dollar Compete on Privacy? Fed Chairman Powell Hints It Might

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has given advocates of financial privacy a glimmer of hope – and hinted at how the U.S. might competitively position a future digitized dollar. In testimony beforeRead More…

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02Feb/20

Libre Not Libra – Thinking Critically About Facebook’s Blockchain Project

In “Libre Not Libra: Facebook’s Blockchain Project,” Andreas Antonopoulos answers the burning question: Has he tried haggis? Just kidding, he shares his thoughts on the Libra white paper, part of a permissionedRead More…

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04Dec/19

France to Test Its Central Bank Digital Currency in Q1 2020: Official

The central bank of France plans to pilot a central bank digital currency (CBDC) for financial institutions in 2020. François Villeroy de Galhau, the governor of the Bank of France, announced thatRead More…

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26Oct/19

Can Libra and Other Crypto Find a Ground to Navigate Regulation?

Bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrencies are causing some confusion for regulators globally. Designed usually as peer-to-peer payment platforms, cryptocurrencies seek to improve trust, security and privacy by significantly reducing or eliminating third parties.Read More…

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24Oct/19

After 6 Hours of Zuckerberg Testimony, Congress Still Hates Libra

Yesterday, Oct. 23, Cointelegraph reported from the United States House of Representatives as the Financial Services Committee questioned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for over six hours. While focused on the Libra AssociationRead More…

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24Oct/19

Coinbase Generated Nearly $2 Billion in Transaction Fees Since 2012

At Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong said that Coinbase has generated close to $2 billion in transaction fees since it launched in 2012. On Oct. 23, the co-founderRead More…

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