Libra cryptocurrency platform will now support various versions of digital coins, most of which will be backed by individual fiat currencies
Facebook disclosed it had changed how its new digital cryptocurrency, Libra would be unveiled.
The Facebook-backed cryptocurrency collective, Libra scored a win recently as a new member, Shopify joined the platform.
Vodafone has announced its exit from Libra Association, a cryptocurrency owned by Facebook, three months after Mastercard and Visa pulled out.
Online payments company, Paypal has announced that it is no longer in partnership with Facebook’s Libra.
Since Facebook’s cryptocurrency, Libra was announced about three months ago, it has faced a lot of distrust from several governments, bankers, politicians and regulators.
In this post, we’ll be covering the 7 important things you need to know about Facebook’s “revolutionary” currency, Libra.
One of Facebook Co-founders, Chris Hughes, has come out to sound the alarm over Facebook's new cryptocurrency Libra.
Earlier today, Nairametrics reported that Facebook is working towards unveiling its digital currency come 2020. The cryptocurrency is called Libra.
The world's most dominant social networking company, Facebook, has announced that come 2020, it will be unveiling its own cryptocurrency known as Libra.