Social media giant, Facebook, has partnered with Luxottica, the parent company of Ray-Ban, to create smart Augmented Reality (AR) glasses.
Gemini cryptocurrency exchange has announced the launch of its custody product dubbed Gemini Custody that will support 18 tokens letting traders transact instantly since it offers them credit.
Facebook has finally gotten a partner app for Instagram dubbed ‘Threads’. This may be the app that will be the Snapchat killer. The question though is which direction is Facebook going in?
Despite being the talk of multiple controversies over the last year, analysts express strong bullishness on the future rise of Facebook (FB) stock amidst strong fundamental and technical indicators.
Facebook Inc further extends its reach towards establishing its dominance in the Asian market. Having that it’s instant-messaging app – WhatsApp partners with multiple Indonesian digital payment firms to offer their mobile transaction services.
The U.S. House Financial Services Committee delegation plans to visit Switzerland to exchange views about Facebook’s Libra with the Swiss FDPIC Adrian Lobsiger.
Mark Zuckerberg has made it clear that Facebook will not launch its Libra crypto until all the regulators have been brought on board and every regulatory issue resolved satisfactorily.
The largest penalty of a whopping $5 billion levied against Facebook by FTC. A move will see Zuckerberg surrenders sole dominance over privacy decisions.
Ben Mezrich, the author of “Bitcoin Billionaires,” thinks that Libra would have had a much better shot if not Facebook but Amazon was at the wheel.