Browsing the "Mark Zuckerberg" Tag

Facebook-Led Libra Forms Governing Council After Big-Name Departures

| Nikhilesh De

At a charter signing in Geneva on Monday, the Libra Association locked in 21 members of its governing council.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Testify Before Congress Over Libra Crypto

| Nikhilesh De

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will defend Libra before U.S. lawmakers later this month.

Mark Zuckerberg Addresses Libra Regulation, KYC in Leaked Transcript

| William Foxley

In leaked comments from a July meeting, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed internal issues for the firm's crypto network, Libra.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg Appears to Put Libra Launch Date in Doubt

| Daniel Palmer

In an interview, Mark Zuckerberg suggested that it might be a while before the Libra cryptocurrency actually gets its launch.

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‘However Long It Takes’: Zuckerberg Vows to Win Over Libra Regulators

| Nikhilesh De

Facebook's CEO said it will spend "however long it takes" to get regulators on board before launching Libra.

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Examining Facebook’s Claim Its Crypto Is for the Unbanked

| Daniel Evans

The excitement about Libra is premature. Maybe Zuck’s got more to share, but right now there’s very little information, and Libra has a lot to…

US Senators Seek Information on Facebook’s ‘Libra’ Crypto Project

| Nikhilesh De

The U.S. Senate Banking Committee wants to know more about Facebook's crypto project.

Facebook’s Blockchain Hiring Spree Continues With 5 New Job Postings

| Ian Allison

Social media behemoth Facebook is advertising for five more blockchain-related positions – adding to the 20 posted by the company in recent weeks.

Why Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey Are Warming to Blockchain

| Michael J Casey

The winds of change are coming to the centralized systems of the Internet, according to author Michael Casey.

What a Facebook Blockchain Token Might Look Like

| Michael J Casey

If Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg really wants to experiment with decentralized systems, a publicly issued crypto-token would be hell of a way to do it.