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There are two big questions on everyone’s lips now: What exactly is Facebook’s Diem, and what it will offer its potential 2 billion users?
One currency to rule them all: Facebook’s Diem has global ambitions
Michael Garbade
2021-10-10T17:18:00+01:00
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Attorney General William Barr tendered his resignation to President Trump last night, opening up the conversation as to how a Biden-appointed successor will han...
With Bill Barr leaving the DoJ, what will the next Attorney General do about crypto?
Kollen Post
2020-12-15T19:10:54+00:00
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The Libra Association has made a key hire in its pursuit of a new cryptocurrency and payments system.
Facebook’s Libra hires former OCC prosecutor and central bank expert
Sam Bourgi
2020-11-25T18:22:14+00:00
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Hodler’s Digest
Goldman Sachs attacks crypto, why Bitcoin may be wandering into a bull trap, and how Libra is going to make money.
Goldman Scandal, BTC Bull Trap Fears, How Libra Will Make Money: Hodler’s Digest, May 25–31
Thomas Simms
2020-05-31T22:00:00+01:00
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Facebook continues sprucing up for regulators.
Calibra Rebrands as Novi to Avoid Confusion With Libra
Stephen O'Neal
2020-05-26T18:30:00+01:00
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Facebook’s Calibra team introduces a new protocol for distributed auditing of assets that could have saved Mt. Gox.
Facebook's Calibra Team Introduces a Novel Distributed Audit Protocol
Michael Kapilkov
2020-05-02T01:00:00+01:00
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Since white paper’s release in June 2019, Facebook’s Libra has continued to rely on blockchain architecture, vice chair Dante Disparte says.
Blockchain, Not Crypto, Is at Core of Facebook’s Libra, Vice Chair Says
Helen Partz
2020-04-28T17:35:00+01:00
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Calibra has outlined a new technique for testing a protocol’s Byzantine fault tolerance.
Facebook’s Calibra Team Outlines New Byzantine Fault Tolerance Testing Methods
Samuel Haig
2020-04-24T21:47:00+01:00
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