"The right to financial services should be universal, since leaving the control to gatekeepers such as the 'Facebook Elite Club of Validators' creates a tool that is much more likely to be successful at economically benefiting those who can afford to be part of The Libra Association, oppressing people, and not doing anything to keep the bad guys out."
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"So many logos look alike — and like the two shown — have zero meaning to a consumer, despite whatever claims the design firm made to the contrary. Obviously, the design firm is to blame for hoodwinking two firms to buy this recycled marketing merchandise. But the hapless clients who signed-off on it deserve blame as well."
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"As president I should be allowed to appoint those that think like me. Putin can, so can MBS and my favorite dictator in North Korea."
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"Not surprised banks and card schemes push back. Their focus is how to dump fraud costs on unsuspecting merchants instead of addressing the fraud prone nature of their outdated card products. They dismissed PINs in the US for all the wrong reasons and merchants are paying the price for their neglect!"
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"It will be interesting to know how insurance providers, e.g., errors and omissions, D&O liability, will react to this. Seems like the underwriting of those policies would result in higher premiums based on risk."
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"Can someone please explain to me what problem a Facebook sponsored cryptocurrency/stablecoin solves, what value it would add? Just give me real time dollar payments."
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"I'm skeptical of anything that comes from NY educators. This is a state with some of the most restrictive and inane laws in the country if not the world."
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