Update: Facebook subsidiary Calibra to introduce digital wallet for new digital currency

Slated for 2020 launch

Emanuela Hawker
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Screenshots of what Calibra would look like. Image: Facebook
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Screenshots of what Calibra would look like. Image: Facebook

Facebook has announced new subsidiary Calibra will introduce a digital wallet for the planned digital currency Libra, which will be available in 2020.

Through Calibra, Facebook has announced its users will be able to save, send and spend Libra using Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or the standalone app through its use of blockchain technology. According...

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