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Feb 12, 2013
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This has been announced for a while. Expectation that it will launch by 2020.
It will be a disruptor for sure as FB has existed longer than Bitcoin and has a following, user base and semi ecosystem.

I personally don’t like FB especially with the privacy abuses they continue with. As well as sell our surfing data to adverts which we see no return. So as long as many people are will to trade off integrity for profit or the assumption of it. FB coin will succeed.

Remember their target are young, easily manipulated with the attention span of a blink of an eye.

The FB coin should be and likely be successful.

From a investor stand point if you can get it. Why not?
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Dec 14, 2017
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Philosophy1 wrote: This has been announced for a while. Expectation that it will launch by 2020.
It will be a disruptor for sure as FB has existed longer than Bitcoin and has a following, user base and semi ecosystem.

I personally don’t like FB especially with the privacy abuses they continue with. As well as sell our surfing data to adverts which we see no return. So as long as many people are will to trade off integrity for profit or the assumption of it. FB coin will succeed.

Remember their target are young, easily manipulated with the attention span of a blink of an eye.

The FB coin should be and likely be successful.

From a investor stand point if you can get it. Why not?
What are you suggesting Libra will disrupt?
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Sep 1, 2013
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7865875 wrote: What are you suggesting Libra will disrupt?
I assume he was referring to Bitcoin as he mentioned it specifically, but in my opinion it could disrupt the current system of fiat currencies if it can reasonably address the shortcomings of Bitcoin.
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CheapScotch wrote: I assume he was referring to Bitcoin as he mentioned it specifically, but in my opinion it could disrupt the current system of fiat currencies if it can reasonably address the shortcomings of Bitcoin.
A currency Zuck can ban you from simply for your political beliefs? If so.....Perhaps there is more shortcomings than bitcoin.
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So many user###### recently arrived pumping Bitcoin in multiple "news" threads that Google or FB etc big name are adopting it... while there is a separate thread about how good Bitcoin is (not going good enough so far...)
Coincidence?
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Feb 12, 2013
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Precisely.
It will shake a few coins (probably) out for good. As FB as a mainstream entity is huge. Not very few coins (alt or otherwise) have that leverage with existing 'real' transactions. At least for the moment.

BTW -- not a he, but she. LOL
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Yea it's really disrupting bitcoin :facepalm. It's a stable coin used to transact in the FB world totally different than bitcoin.
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CheapScotch wrote: I assume he was referring to Bitcoin as he mentioned it specifically, but in my opinion it could disrupt the current system of fiat currencies if it can reasonably address the shortcomings of Bitcoin.
What shortcomings do you believe Bitcoin has that Libra will correct?
Do you believe the centralized nature of Libra will hinder its ability to disrupt Bitcoin?
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Sep 1, 2013
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7865875 wrote: What shortcomings do you believe Bitcoin has that Libra will correct?
We will have to wait for the details of how Libra works before we can address that question.
7865875 wrote: Do you believe the centralized nature of Libra will hinder its ability to disrupt Bitcoin?
Perhaps you want to rephrase? I said Libra could disrupt the current system of fiat currencies.
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Libra's goal is not to compete with crypto. It's to compete with banks. It will be centralized and it will be a stable coin.

Good technical article on the Libra white paper.



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ranny3 wrote: yeah this sounds like a bank that will hold deposits... who regulates a global bank with its own global currency?
The Libra Association does.

Libra is not a blockchain, it's a form of digital money like PayPal. It's a new banking system with all restrictions from banking systems. It's not descentralized. Every info is monitored and captured. It doesn't compete with Bitcoin or Ethereum. It's PayPal 2.0.


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