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Facebook Libra cryptocurrency may not launch in India

BGR India Thursday, 20 June 2019
Social media giant Facebook recently announced its Libra cryptocurrency and Calibra digital wallet. The digital coin will launch sometime in 2020. However, it seems unlikely that Facebook would launch its Libra cryptocurrency and Calibra digital wallet in India anytime soon. The heart of the matter People familiar with the matter told ET that “current regulations […]

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