Facebook’s Libra hasn’t even properly launched yet (and it won’t for many more months), and competitors are already cropping up.
Binance, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges by volume, has announced Project Venus, an initiative to create localized stablecoins — cryptocurrencies whose value is pegged to that of an asset such as gold or the U.S. dollar — all across the globe.
Like Facebook’s Libra, Venus is an open blockchain project, and Binance is seeking partners among governments and corporations to create stablecoins that will “empower developed and developing countries to spur new currencies.”
But unlike Libra, whose announcement was supported by a hefty amount of documentation, the details about Project Venus are scarce and boil down to a short a
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