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As Facebook’s Libra Loses Its Relevance, What’s Next for Global Payments?

The Libra Association has confirmed its original plans are now officially abandoned

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It’s no secret that I have never been a fan of Facebook’s ‘cryptocurrency’ project — dubbed ‘Libra’ — ever since it was announced on June 18th 2019. That’s less than a year ago and already the world is…

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Jason Deane

Jason Deane

I blog on things I am passionate about: Bitcoin, writing, money, life’s crazy turns and being a dad. Lover of learning, family and cheese. (jasondeane@msn.com)

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