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Libra: PayPal first to drop out of Facebook cryptocurrency 2

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In response to PayPal's withdrawal, Libra Association said it was aware that attempts to "reconfigure the financial system" would be hard.
"Commitment to that mission is more important to us than anything else," it said in a statement. "We're better off knowing about this lack of commitment now." At its unveiling this year
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     Facebook said people would be able to make payments with the currency via its own apps, as well as on messaging service WhatsApp. Partner firms would also be able to accept Libra for transactions Facebook said Libra would be independently-managed and backed by real assets, and that paying with it would be as easy as texting.
But there have been concerns about how people's money and data will be protected, as well as over the potential volatility of the currency. 
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(10-05-2019 05:14 PM)Baff1 Wrote: In response to PayPal's withdrawal, Libra Association said it was aware that attempts to "reconfigure the financial system" would be hard.
"Commitment to that mission is more important to us than anything else," it said in a statement. "We're better off knowing about this lack of commitment now." At its unveiling this year
[url=https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-48664253][/url]
     Facebook said people would be able to make payments with the currency via its own apps, as well as on messaging service WhatsApp. Partner firms would also be able to accept Libra for transactions Facebook said Libra would be independently-managed and backed by real assets, and that paying with it would be as easy as texting.
But there have been concerns about how people's money and data will be protected, as well as over the potential volatility of the currency. 
Reply