Hence, stay tuned until then for all the information you need about Facebook cryptocurrency.
By next week, Facebook is expected to provide the complete list of members who make up the Libra Association. Some of the giant companies willing and able to invest in the project include PayPal, Uber, Visa and MasterCard, and many other forward-thinking individuals are also interested.
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With Argentina-based e-commerce site MercadoLibre, fintech company Stripe and hotel-reservation website Booking.com having already signed up for the project, Facebook is reportedly planning to go global.
Per the report, Facebook and dozens of its partners will unveil the Libra Association - which will be based out of Geneva - as the entity that will oversee the company's Libra cryptocurrency project. According to The Wall Street Journal, Facebook will peg its own cryptocurrency against government-issued digital currencies with the aim of bypassing harsh fluctuations in value and price of other tokens. The goal of this is to avoid volatility in the price, Cointelegraph reports. Such huge companies backing the soon-to-be-launched digital currency gives it a big boost in terms of credibility among potential investors. Last year, Bloomberg had reported that Facebook was looking to create a "stable coin" that will let the users of its social messaging platform, WhatsApp, transfer money to family and friends.
As for the practical uses of the new cryptocurrency, BBC suggested that Facebook may also forge links with retailers and online merchants to allow users to purchase discounted goods using the cryptocurrency.