Facebook To Develop Its Cryptocurrency for WhatsApp, Sources Say

Facebook, the Western world’s leading social media platform with over 2.5 billion active users, is developing a cryptocurrency that will let users transfer money over its WhatsApp messaging app. This is according to sources familiar with the matter, and was reported by Bloomberg. WhatsApp is a cross-platform messaging and voice-over IP service that allows users from…

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Facebook may be looking to replicate a major feature from one of China's top apps

Facebook is reportedly pushing into payments on WhatsApp, a move analysts said is aimed at replicating the success of WeChat in China. Tencent-owned WeChat is China’s most popular messaging app and has a mobile payments feature known as WeChat Pay. Analysts said the difference between China and other markets for payments could make it difficult…

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Facebook Reportedly in Talks With Crypto Exchanges to List New Coin

New reports suggest Facebook’s rumored stablecoin project is making significant headway. Anonymous sources reportedly close to the project have revealed the social media titan has approached a number of crypto exchanges to list its coin. Also read: TomoChain Says It’s Gunning for Ethereum, Could It Actually Happen? Facebook’s Crypto Token to Roll Out in a Few Months…

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Facebook set to Launch its Whatsapp Cryptocurrency, Already Getting Ready for Listing On Crypto Exchanges

As earlier reported, Facebook has been working on a cryptocurrency and has reached a high level of progress with the creation of a stablecoin precisely that will be based on Whatsapp messaging app. This became evident as Facebook has already consulted with several cryptocurrency exchanges on the possibility of listing the cryptocurrency following its launch….

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Facebook Developing a Whatsapp Crypto, Should the Bitcoin Community Be Worried?

It has been long been known that Facebook was working on a blockchain and crypto project. Most suspected that the new token would facilitate payments for Facebook’s 2.5 billion users on its social media platform. However, it turns out that Facebook’s maiden crypto project will focus on Whatsapp. According to sources familiar with the issue,…

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WhatsApp business chief Arora becomes Facebook's latest high-profile departure 

Neeraj Arora, WhatsApp’s chief business officer, announced on Monday he would be leaving after seven years with the company. Arora is the latest executive to leave Facebook during a turbulent year for the company. His departure comes as WhatsApp deals with a growing problem of misinformation on the service. WhatsApp Chief Business Officer Neeraj Arora…

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