Facebook answers how Libra taxes & anti-fraud will

Facebook provided TechCrunch with new information on how its cryptocurrency will stay legal amidst allegations from President Trump that Libra could facilitate “unlawful behavior”. Facebook and Libra Association executives tell me they expect Libra

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Facebook answers how Libra taxes & anti-fraud willFacebook provides TechCrunch with new information on how its cryptocurrency will remain legal in the light of allegations from President Trump that Libra can facilitate "illegal behavior".

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