At the wake of restructuring the infrastructural settings of traditional financial institutions comes Facebook’s Calibra Crypto Wallet Ecosystem. Here’s what you should know about it.
With the Button Wallet integration, Telegram users can now purchase Bitcoin, Ethereum, and the DAI tokens against the U.S. dollars directly from their accounts.
WhatsApp users can now send and receive Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) via the popular messaging platform thanks to the Lite.Im bot.
Dr. Demetrios Zamboglou, Fintech Executive, Blockchain Expert, and ICO Advisor, shares his insights into Telegram potential: be it their own TON Network, or Gram cryptocurrency, explaining why it may be a case for investors of cashing in at the right time.
PayPal’s CFO John Rainey stated that while his company was definitely working to create a blockchain/ cryptocurrency framework to facilitate its payments in a more streamlined manner, he still wasn’t sure about Bitcoin’s overall scalability potential.
In a blog post, Kik Ceo Ted Livingston explained how Facebook’s coin may replace the US dollar as the global reserve currency.
Instagram brings a new in-app checkout feature allowing users to shop products without leaving the app. This way Instagram plans to reduce traffic leakage and tap into users’ impulsive buying behavior.
KakaoTalk wants to leverage blockchain-based crypto transactions providing instant and low-cost payments facility to its 44 million users.
According to the New York Times report, Facebook plans to use its crypto token for in-app payments across its suite of applications. The Facebook Coin will be a stablecoin pegged to three different fiat currencies.