The Financial Times reported that the social network giant Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency might be officially launched in January 2021. The project has attracted intense attention from the U.S. government and regulators, forcing Facebook to scale back its vision to some extent. When it first came out, it was considered a new currency linked to a basket of fiat currencies or securities. It is not aimed at a single real currency, but based on a combination of multiple currencies. < / P > < p > after receiving the keen attention of the central bank and regulators, Facebook finally decided to change the route of Libra Libra and began to study a stable currency scheme based on a single currency. < / P > < p > compared with other cryptocurrencies, its price will not fluctuate significantly. For example, usdt always keeps 1:1 with us dollar. As for Libra Libra, Facebook envisions a stable exchange rate with a base currency such as the US dollar, the euro, the pound, or the Singapore dollar. < / P > < p > the latest news is that the Libra association is planning to issue cryptocurrency equivalent to US $1 to compete with other stable currencies (such as usdc, PAX and tether). Of course, the association has not given up the introduction of other currencies, but it does not know the exact plan for the follow-up. Meanwhile, Facebook may release its own Libra Coin Wallet. But its former subsidiary, Calibra, was renamed Novi in May. < / P > < p > in addition to independent applications that support sending and receiving Libra tokens, users are also expected to manage their Novi accounts through the messenger / WhatsApp app to promote transfer / point-to-point payment services based on new payment options. < / P > < p > it remains to be seen whether other members of the Libra coin Association (including farfetch, LYFT, spotify and Uber) will also launch services based on Libra cryptocurrency. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today