Facebook set to launch digital currency in 2020

Project Libra unveiled

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Facebook's proposed currency would need to overcome regulatory hurdles
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Facebook's proposed currency would need to overcome regulatory hurdles

Facebook has revealed it is looking into launching its own digital currency as early as the first quarter of 2020.

According to Financial Times sources, who are familiar with the social media network's secretive 'Libra' project, Facebook is in the final stages of launching a 'stablecoin', a digital currency peg...

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