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Media: Facebook is preparing to launch its own cryptocurrency

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The New York Times, citing anonymous sources on Facebook, reports that the largest social network has already prepared the launch of its own cryptocurrency and is already in talks with the exchanges on listing.

It is reported that we are talking about stablecoin under the brand of messenger WhatsApp. The new coin will be pegged to the US dollar and used for domestic and international transfers between friends and family members via instant messenger. In the future, Facebook users and Instagram users, whose audience counts in billions of users, will also be able to use the stablecoins.

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Twitter joins the ban of cryptocurrency ads

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Following the IT giants Google and Facebook, who decided to impose a prohibitive advertising policy on cryptocurrency and ICO, the social network Twitter intends to prohibit the placement of advertisements of this kind. Against the background of the impending regulatory intervention in this sector, Twitter will prohibit advertising of cryptocurrencies, ICO, and crypto-exchanges, but with some exceptions. As the British news channel Sky News reports, referring to the sources on Twitter, the corresponding decision will come into effect within two weeks and will operate in all countries of the company's presence.

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In the Facebook messenger found a bot for mining

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Cyber security specialists have discovered a new type of virus, which is distributed through the Facebook Messenger application. The malicious bot uses a lot of infected computers for cryptocurrency mining at the expense of the affected users. New malicious software distributed through Facebook Messenger, called Digmine. Like many similar exploits, the bot uses infected systems to run one of Monero's most beloved hackers.

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