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    In Libra's defense...?

    We all like to make fun of Libra, and point out is centralized, permissioned etc. Which is true, but look a little closer. As I understand it, facebook tries to implement compliance on the level of the user apps, not necessarily on the level of the blockchain. Their calibra wallet for...
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    David Marcus from Facebook trying to protect Libra

    On Wednesday, in a note posted on Facebook, Marcus answered to "a number of questions and some misunderstandings" related to Libra. In his note, Marcus tried to resolve the issue of whether Libra is actually decentralized, why there isn't a charter in place for the Libra Association and...
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    Uber, Visa, PayPal and Mastercard among big investors in Facebook’s blockchain project "Libra" (video)

    that was the bravest short I ever took. Boy did it pay.
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    Uber, Visa, PayPal and Mastercard among big investors in Facebook’s blockchain project "Libra" (video)

    It's true that $10M is a small amount in terms of the size of those companies but given the stage of the project I'm not sure it would make sense to raise much more capital than they have already. If you haven't sorted out long-term technical goals, work scope, assembled teams, etc. it's hard...
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    How the Facebook Libra announcement affected shares of Western Union, MoneyGram, PayPal and Square

    For all of the pitfalls of crypto currencies, security is not one of them. There’s a reason you can’t really hack bitcoin.
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    Facebook's Libra Coin Is Both 'Vampire Project' And Regulatory Nightmare

    Another fantastic post by Forbes for why we should all be wary of project Libra "[Facebook's Libra Coin Is Both 'Vampire Project' And Regulatory Nightmare](https://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2019/06/20/facebooks-libra-coin-is-both-vampire-project-and-regulatory-nightmare/#70ce53c31067)"...
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    Facebook Libra coin is a good news to Monero?

    Yes, if Libra can help more people to buy XMR easily, that is awesome : )
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    Facebook's Libra Will Do For Blockchain What America Online Did for the Internet

    If it's not at least a teeny bit shit then why would people look elsewhere?
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    Megathread for Facebook's Libra

    They're worried it will cause the pyramid game that is bitcoin to collapse.
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    Megathread for Facebook's Libra

    the regulators can call for them to halt libra, but when push comes to shove do they have the authority or means to stop it?
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    Facebook's libra will have smart contracts... What does this mean for ethereum?

    Doubt it will do much to expand the crypto space unless they allow interoperability with other chains. If it's a walled garden the end user just sees another payment system. I think PayPal should be worried more than the crypto sphere.
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    Facebook's libra will have smart contracts... What does this mean for ethereum?

    Not only that, but anyone who uses it will likely have to go through some level of KYC, which is just great for Facebook's advertising model.
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    Writing an Article on Facebook's Libra - Need your Input

    Libra will become a household name , unfortunately .
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    Writing an Article on Facebook's Libra - Need your Input

    I agree, and while its not so much a question about the survival of other Blockchain alternatives, there is no way for Facebook to secure your personal data. They want to make money at the end of the day and they aren't selling the libra, they are selling you
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    Greetings! Several weeks ago I accepted an invitation to become a mod here at r/exchristian. This is your community, so I wanted to introduce myself.

    So we live in the suburbs of a major city and are only permitted 4 hens / no roosters, honestly, for this town it's surprising they let us have any. Our neighbor has 5, but she's breaking the law! We'd like to hatch the eggs ourselves so the kids get to see the process. Not sure what to do with...
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    I'm proud to introduce myself as a new mod of r/lawncare

    I think that's how it would have to work... otherwise people would have to dig to nominate others? Apparently there is a "contest mode" for voting, but I've never tried it.
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    I'm proud to introduce myself as a new mod of r/lawncare

    Only thing with the first point is that is good as long as they don't limit adhoc posts. Sometimes time is a factor depending on weather.
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    I'm proud to introduce myself as a new mod of r/lawncare

    I'm proud to introduce myself, no longer as just an obsessive lawn care enthusiast, but as a new mod of r/lawncare. I've frequented and cared for this community for a year or so and I'm happy to be a part of its future. It has been neglected for a couple years, but just like a neglected...

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  • Facebook Libra Coin is built on an open-source blockchain called the Libra Blockchain featuring its own proof-of-stake protocol. Backed by a reserve of various assets designed to give it intrinsic value, it is governed by the independent Libra Association tasked with evolving the ecosystem. Facebook teams played a key role in the creation of the Libra Association and the Libra Blockchain, working with the other Founding Members. While final decision-making authority rests with the association, Facebook is expected to maintain a leadership role through 2019. The Libra mission is to reinvent money and transform the global economy so people everywhere can live better lives.

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