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The Information’s Alex Heath and Jon Victor also reported yesterday that Facebook’s cryptocurrency project would launch later this month.[Update 6/18/19: As we reported, Facebook unveiled its blockchain project on June 18th.Facebook is working with various countries to pre-approve the rollout of the stablecoin.Usage: Facebook’s cryptocurrency will be transferrable with zero fees via Facebook products including Messenger and Whats App.One source says Facebook is targeting a 2020 formal launch of the cryptocurrency The debut of Libra or whatever Facebook decides to call it could unlock a new era of commerce and payments for the social network.It could be used to offer low or no-fee payments between friends or remittance of earnings to familys from migrant workers abroad who are often gouged by money transfer services.
“She told me that she wasn’t involved in what David Marcus’ [Facebook Blockchain] team was doing.It’s asking companies to pay million to operate a node that can validate transactions made with its cryptocurrency in exchange for a say in governance of the token.It’s possible that node operators could benefit financially too.But that I’d have to wait until June 18 when a whitepaper was supposed to be published to get more details.” She told him she thought the date was already a publicly known fact, which it wasn’t.
Then, yesterday Tech Crunch received a request for a June 18th news embargo from one of the communications managers for Facebook’s blockchain team.It will only be visible to non-friends who also opted into dating. And because it has more data on you than any other app, it could deliver more relevant matches. [Update: Facebook launched Dating in its first market Colombia on September 20th.