Joji Xavier

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markzuckerberg-oct24.jpg Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has said the social media giant will leave a consortium of companies formed to create new cryptocurrency Libra if it launches the project without full regulatory approvals. The Facebook CEO made his stand clear in a testimony before the House Financial Services Committee Wednesday. Zuckerberg faced a flurry of questions on some controversial issues around Facebook,

libra-091319.jpg France said on Thursday that it wont allow Facebook to launch its upcoming Libra cryptocurrency project in Europe citing a possible threat it may pose to the monetary sovereignty of governments in the continent. Addressing a conference on cryptocurrencies organized by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said Libra pose

newjersey-aug12.jpg The northeastern state of New Jersey has enacted the Blockchain Initiative Task Force law after Governor Phil Murphy signed Bill S2297 last week. The bill, drafted in March 2018, passed the New Jersey Senate with just one vote against it, while the Assembly passed it unanimously. A 14-member task force will study potential use-cases for blockchain technology, including how the Legislature can m

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