Tag: facebook

  • Bitcoin

    Facebook Stablecoin Wants to Replace US Dollar Not Bitcoin: Kik Founder

    Facebook could be on the path to replace the US Dollar with its own crypto asset as a global currency, claims Ted Livingston. The founder and chief executive of the Kik messaging app projected the upcoming stablecoin project as a WeChat aspirant. The 32 years old Canadian entrepreneur wrote...

    Davit Babayan | March 21, 2019 | 3:23 pm
  • Crypto

    Bitcoin Educator Jimmy Song Isn’t A Big Fan Of Ethereum (Or JP Morgan Coin)

    Over the past weeks, some of the world’s largest institutions, namely Facebook and JP Morgan, have announced intentions to launch blockchain ventures. While many crypto enthusiasts have welcomed this news, there’s one caveat, these projects are likely going to be centralized beyond compare. And to some, this simple...

    Nick Chong | March 17, 2019 | 6:00 pm
  • Crypto

    Facebook’s “Crypto” Currency Expected to Add Up to $19 Billion in Revenue

    According to a client note issued by Barclay’s internet analyst Ross Sandler, Facebook’s launch of its own digital currency could yield billions in additional revenue for the firm. The social network has been reportedly developing its own stable-coin, although precise details of the project remain limited. Sandler estimates...

    Rick D. | March 11, 2019 | 9:00 pm
  • Crypto

    Don’t Count Facebook’s Crypto Or JPM Coin Out, They Could Boost Bitcoin

    At long last, incumbent corporations of legacy industries have begun to delve into cryptocurrencies, not just blockchain technologies. While Bitcoin (BTC) has continued to struggle, save for its relatively stellar performance over February, Wall Street darling JP Morgan and Silicon Valley’s Facebook have announced serious intentions to offer...

    Nick Chong | March 2, 2019 | 9:00 pm
  • facebook

    Is Facebook About to Battle Telegram With its own Cryptocurrency Launch?

    The crypto token race is on between the world’s internet and messaging monopolies. Telegram already has a head start with a successful multi-million dollar ICO but Facebook will not be left behind and is highly likely to roll out its own cryptocurrency this year. Will ‘Face Coin’ be...

    Martin Young | March 1, 2019 | 8:00 am
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    Crypto Bear Market is Prime Entry Point For Tech Giants

    The yearlong plunge in cryptocurrency markets has resulted in downsizing for many tech startups but for the big players it could provide the perfect entry point. Big Players Looking Towards Blockchain Many blockchain projects have faced the squeeze in recent months and been forced to let staff go...

    Martin Young | February 12, 2019 | 9:00 am
  • facebook

    Facebook Takes Another Step Closer to Cryptocurrency

    Social media giant Facebook has taken another step closer to crypto with its latest acquisition, the team behind a London based blockchain startup. Facebook Expands its Blockchain Division According to reports Facebook has quietly hired the team at Chainspace, a small startup founded by researchers from University College...

    Martin Young | February 5, 2019 | 8:00 am
  • facebook

    Why Facebook Should Not be Trusted With Cryptocurrency

    The race to launch the first crypto powered messenger app is heating up. Naturally the internet monopolies such as Facebook are scrambling to be first, but looking at its history it is one of the least suitable to handle decentralized currencies. New contenders are appearing on the scene...

    Martin Young | January 15, 2019 | 10:00 am

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