1. Facebook is announcing cryptocurrency Libra next week; gets backing from Uber, Paypal  Entrackr
  2. Facebook’s cryptocurrency gets $10m each from Uber, Paypal, Mastercard and Visa: Report  Moneycontrol
  3. Uber, Mastercard, PayPal, Visa to back Facebook's new cryptocurrency: Report  Livemint
  4. Uber, MasterCard, Visa and other big companies have reportedly signed on to Facebook's blockchain efforts  Business Insider India
  5. Uber, payments firms reportedly sign on to back Facebook's blockchain project  CNBC
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Facebook is reportedly planning to go international with its Libra projectFacebook is reportedly planning to go international with its Libra project

Facebook’s cryptocurrency gets $10m each from Uber, Paypal, Mastercard and Visa: Report - Moneycontrol.com

Facebook has secured the backing of over a dozen companies for its upcoming cryptocurrency. These companies include financial organizations like Visa and Mastercard, and technology giants like PayPal and Uber.An unveiling is expected next week, with a launch to follow in 2020

Facebook’s cryptocurrency to debut next week backed by Visa, Mastercard, Uber, and others: WSJ - The Verge

Visa, Mastercard, PayPal and Uber are all backing Facebook's new cryptocurrency, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Report: Uber, PayPal, Visa to Back Facebook's GlobalCoin Cryptocurrency - CoinDesk

Let's take a look inside Facebook's Project Libra.Let's take a look inside Facebook's Project Libra.

Why Facebook's Secretive Cryptocurrency Project Matters: Term Sheet | Fortune

Facebook is loosening its ban on ads related to blockchain and cryptocurrency as it reportedly ramps up its own efforts with those technologies.Facebook is loosening its ban on ads related to blockchain and cryptocurrency as it reportedly ramps up its own efforts with those technologies.

A report says Facebook is seeking investors for its planned cryptocurrency, and merchants who might accept the virtual coin.A report says Facebook is seeking investors for its planned cryptocurrency, and merchants who might accept the virtual coin.

“I'm just gonna say it. I think the "FacebookCoin" is an attempt by big tech, banks and credit card companies to lure people away from #Bitcoin into their "better, easier, crypto", which is nothing more than a fiat coin being masqueraded as crypto. Millions will be fooled.”

Charlie Shrem on Twitter: "I'm just gonna say it. I think the "FacebookCoin" is an attempt by big tech, banks and credit card companies to lure people away from #Bitcoin into their "better, easier, crypto", which is nothing more than a fiat coin being masqueraded as crypto. Millions will be fooled."

“I made a bet with Facebook executives 3 years ago that they are going to launch a coin, they were laughing back then... $FB coin is going to make #Crypto mass market”

Yoni Assia on Twitter: "I made a bet with Facebook executives 3 years ago that they are going to launch a coin, they were laughing back then... $FB coin is going to make #Crypto mass market"

“Regulations and Sentiments around crypto-currencies and the token economy. https://t.co/lprffxkTP2”

Eric Vanderburg on Twitter: "Regulations and Sentiments around crypto-currencies and the token economy. https://t.co/lprffxkTP2… "

“Santorum, Schlapp Shill For Catholic Crypto Coin Whose Founder Has Sketchy Past https://t.co/RHJZB8Stuc via @TPM”

Josh Marshall on Twitter: "Santorum, Schlapp Shill For Catholic Crypto Coin Whose Founder Has Sketchy Past https://t.co/RHJZB8Stuc via @TPM"

Mastercard, Paypal, Stripe, and Uber will be among over a dozen companies investing approximately $10 million each to back Facebook’s new cryptocurrency.Mastercard, Paypal, Stripe, and Uber will be among over a dozen companies investing approximately $10 million each to back Facebook’s new cryptocurrency.

PayPal, Mastercard, Visa, Uber and Stripe investing in Facebook's new cryptocurrency | CryptoSlate

Mastercard, Paypal, Stripe, and Uber will be among over a dozen companies investing approximately $10 million each to back Facebook’s new cryptocurrency.

PayPal, Mastercard, Visa, Uber and Stripe investing in Facebook's new cryptocurrency | CryptoSlate

Reports are stating that major tech companies are clamouring to throw money at Facebook's soon to be released cryptocurrency project, Libra.Reports are stating that major tech companies are clamouring to throw money at Facebook's soon to be released cryptocurrency project, Libra.

Facebook's Cryptocurrency Project Reportedly Attracts Millions From Mastercard, Visa, PayPal, Uber

Big payment firms and other digital companies are all backing the social-media giant’s first foray into crypto.The news: Facebook will release the white paper associated with its new digital currency next week, the Wall Street Journal reports.Big payment firms and other digital companies are all backing the social-media giant’s first foray into crypto.The news: Facebook will release the white paper associated with its new digital currency next week, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Facebook has reportedly landed Visa, Mastercard, Paypal and Uber as founder members of its forthcoming stablecoin ecosystem.Facebook has reportedly landed Visa, Mastercard, Paypal and Uber as founder members of its forthcoming stablecoin ecosystem.

Facebook gets big backers for GlobalCoin project

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Big companies like Visa and PayPal are reportedly willing to pay millions for the privilege of running a Facebook coin crypto validator node.Big companies like Visa and PayPal are reportedly willing to pay millions for the privilege of running a Facebook coin crypto validator node.

Visa, Paypal Say They'll Pay $10 Million to Run 'Facebook Coin' - Report

Updated: Reports suggest the new virtual coin will be revealed next week with the backing of major companies.Updated: Reports suggest the new virtual coin will be revealed next week with the backing of major companies.

Facebook seals cryptocurrency deal with Visa, Mastercard, PayPal: report | ZDNet

WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the western world, and Facebook has been constantly rolling out new features to the platform.WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the western world, and Facebook has been constantly rolling out new features to the platform.

Massive changes coming to WhatsApp – Including adverts and cryptocurrency

The Menlo Park, California-based social media firm reportedly hopes it can leverage the billions of users of its social network into uptake of its new cryptocurrency-based payment system.The Menlo Park, California-based social media firm reportedly hopes it can leverage the billions of users of its social network into uptake of its new cryptocurrency-based payment system.

Facebook's cryptocurrency-based payments system gets investment from Mastercard, PayPal and Visa  | Daily Mail Online