Professor MIT participates in Facebook passwords project?

Christian Catalini, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the United States, is reportedly participating in Facebook’s own cryptography project.

Professor Katarini has been a prominent researcher in the field of token economy and has written reports on ICO and token value.

There are several reports about Facebook’s own cipher money. On May 3, the Wall Street Journal reported that it was building a billing system using passwords and was under the name of Project Libra for over a year. It is creating a structure to buy products from Facebook and other internet sites, as well as remittances.

In February, the New York Times quoted an associate who said Facebook had begun negotiations with several cryptographic exchanges to sell Facebook coins to consumers. For more information, please click here .



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