Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency Facing Oppositions on All Sides

Facebook’s planned introduction of its Libra cryptocurrency is facing opposition on all sides that an actual launch by year 2020 could be stalled. As it is, U.S. legislators, financial regulators and government officials not only in the U.S. but also in EU countries are wary that a payment processing system running on blockchain technology and operated by Facebook, presents serious concerns and issues. Lawmakers cannot accept the social media company’s motives at face value, since the Libra business model when combined with the Facebook social site is regarded as much too invasive over users’ private information. In enticing FB denizens …

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Dems Harness Political “Dark Money” to Launch Ad Blitz Amplifying House Majority Agendas

Strategists of the Democratic Party led by Robby Mook, president of the House Majority Political Action Committee (PAC), quietly formed a non-profit organization in March of this year. The main purpose of which is to broadcast actions taken and undertaken by the House Democrats. The new organization called House Majority Forward will serve as an affiliate of the House Majority PAC. Through publicity launched by way of TV and digital advertisements, House Majority Forward will disseminate to the American public, information about important progressive legislations accomplished by House Democrats; and of how they were held up by the Republican-controlled Senate …

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Amazon Credit Builder : Deposit-Backed Credit Card for Members with Poor or Bad Credit Score

Amazon Credit Builder is the newest program of the Amazon Store Card, and is extended to Amazon.com members who do not qualify for a regular Amazon Store Card. This new credit offering is designed to give customers with poor or bad credit scores, a chance to build credit card history that will be tracked by TransUnion CreditView. Offered by Amazon in collaboration with Synchrony Bank, the Amazon Credit Builder comes with the same amenities as the regular Amazon Store Card, including the five percent (5%) cash back reward on every purchase made at the Amazon Store. An important aspect to …

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