This week is a collection of videos that discuss Facebook’s Libra coin. Peter McCormack and Ameer Rosic interviewed guest that brough up a lot of really good points that cover policital, economic, and privacy implications, along with what this means for the crypto space in general.
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In this interview, I chat with Caitlin Long, co-founder of the Wyoming Blockchain Coalition, about Facebook’s venture into cryptocurrencies with Libra Coin. We discuss interest payments, regulations, and why Libra will be good for Bitcoin.
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Facebook Coin Libra And Latin America: Mauricio Di Bartolomeo
Mauricio Di Bartolomeo https://ledn.io/
“Facebook has finally revealed the details of its cryptocurrency, Libra, which will let you buy things or send money to people with nearly zero fees. You’ll pseudonymously buy or cash out your Libra online or at local exchange points like grocery stores, and spend it using interoperable third-party wallet apps or Facebook’s own Calibra wallet that will be built into WhatsApp, Messenger and its own app. Today Facebook released its white paper explaining Libra and its testnet for working out the kinks of its blockchain system before a public launch in the first half of 2020.”
Facebook libra coin political ramifications: Anne Connelly
Anne Connelly Bio
Faculty with Singularity University – Board of Directors at Doctors Without Borders – Founder of Trust Graphic Novels, aiming to reach 1 million African youth with a graphic novel about blockchain
Anne Connelly is passionate about harnessing blockchain and decentralized technology to transform the lives of people in developing countries. Anne is Faculty at Singularity University in Silicon Valley & SingularityU Canada, teaching global leaders how exponential technologies can solve problems that impact over a billion people. She has been an active part of the global blockchain community since 2012, and is currently working with notable companies including Uulala, Bunz, DLTvc and Doyenne Capital. She previously worked with Doctors Without Borders Canada in Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and currently serves on their board of directors. Anne is writing a graphic novel about blockchain with the goal of reaching over 1 million African youth. She has a Bachelor of Life Sciences from Queen’s University, an MBA from McMaster University, and a Fintech Certificate from MIT. She was honoured as one of CBC’s 12 Young Leaders Changing Canada and one of the Fifty Most Inspirational Women in Technology in Canada. “On Tuesday Facebook announced Libra, a cryptocurrency that it will launch (along with 27 other partners) in 2020. A little like Bitcoin and a little like PayPal, Libra will be a new digital currency, one available to people without bank accounts or credit cards, but that could potentially be a major force for the rest of us, too. But first you have to trust Facebook with yet more personal data. Here’s what you need to know.”
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