The early-access code for Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency hit GitHub two weeks ago and critics and trollers have taken their aim at the project that has been saved or “starred” by close to 10,000 users.
In this edition, Max Hasselhoff takes a look at where the lines are drawn in the never-ending fight over online privacy, how we’ve gotten here, and what’s at stake moving forward.
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.
Vid, a blockchain and AI-based social media platform, is changing the social video landscape, providing their users with full privacy control and monetization opportunity unlike any platform in the mass market today.
Facebook’s Study App targets Indian and US users to determine their browsing behavior but it could be a preparation for the launch of its GlobalCoin set to also start in India.
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.
Konstantin Rabin, fintech expert and crypto enthusiast, recaps what is known about Facebook’s Libra project and long-rumored company’s own crypto, which has long been shrouded in mystery.
Facebook has quietly registered its fintech company dubbed Libra Networks in Switzerland. The new arm is focused on blockchain, payments, data analytics, big data, and other techs.
WhatsApp users can now send and receive Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC) via the popular messaging platform thanks to the Lite.Im bot.
Facebook announced that another Cambridge Analytica may have come to light, while the company’s co-founder Chris Hughes slammed FB and its CEO for what they have become.