Data protection chiefs from across the globe have united to express concerns over the privacy risks posed by Facebook's cryptocurrency project.
Facebook has hired a former aide to the chairman of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee to lobby for its Libra cryptocurrency project.
Facebook has acknowledged what many have been saying – that regulatory issues may be an insurmountable barrier to its Libra project.
From Silicon Valley to Washington, DC, Facebook's Libra is causing concern everywhere it turns up. This CoinDesk video explores what happened in the…
Monex Group, the Japanese financial services company that owns the Coincheck crypto exchange, has applied to join Facebook's Libra project.
Facebook's CEO said it will spend "however long it takes" to get regulators on board before launching Libra.
Compared with bitcoin, people in the U.S. don't trust Facebook's anticipated new stablecoin Libra, according to a new survey.
While Facebook's Libra project was said to have 28 founding partners when unveiled, that isn't quite the case, says Visa CEO Alfred F. Kelly.
Facebook hasn't responded to a request by Switzerland’s data privacy regulator for more details on Libra, despite the project being based in Geneva.
Lawmakers at last week’s hearings took pains to distinguish Facebook’s Libra from the broader crypto space, showing a new maturity in their…