Facebook's Libra is currently making the economic headlines across the globe. It was therefore a hot topic at the Chantilly (France) G7 meeting of finance ministers and central bankers. While that meeting was ongoing, the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate were carefully listening to David Marcus, the manager for Facebook’s digital currency project.
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Facebook was pulling no punches and thinking big earlier this week as it gate-crashed the blockchain and cryptocurrency world with its own crypto, Libra. So, what do we know about it?
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