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Facebook co-founder, Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg (C) leaves during a break in a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill April 11, 2018 in Washington, DC.

Here’s what we know about Facebook’s big, secretive push into cryptocurrency

Facebook is reportedly planning to launch a cryptocurrency for WhatsApp in the first half of 2019.
Facebook's blockchain boss, David Marcus.

Facebook could be building a cryptocurrency for WhatsApp

Facebook's cryptocurrency plans are finally starting to emerge.
Brian Acton and Facebook's David Marcus.

Facebook exec David Marcus calls WhatsApp’s cofounder ‘a whole new standard of low-class’ after scathing interview

The gloves are off, and Facebook current and former executives are now engaged in a war of words about the company's reputation.
Facebook's David Marcus.

Facebook’s blockchain boss David Marcus is leaving cryptocurrency startup Coinbase’s board

Things are quietly progressing at Facebook's secretive blockchain project.

Facebook is reportedly exploring the creation of its own cryptocurrency

Facebook is reportedly "very serious" about its consideration of building its own decentralized digital currency, or "cryptocurrency."
Mark Zuckerberg.

Meet the new team leading Facebook after the company’s biggest shakeup in history

Facebook has shaken up its executive ranks after a tough year.
Facebook VP of Messenger David Marcus.

The head of Facebook Messenger is now in charge of bringing blockchain to Facebook

The head of Facebook Messenger, David Marcus, announced that he's leaving his current role to start exploring the uses of blockchain technology at Facebook.
David Marcus is joining the board of Coinbase.

As bitcoin skyrockets, a top Facebook exec is joining the board of Coinbase, the cryptocurrency exchange

Bitcoin is skyrocketing, and Coinbase is currently the most popular app in the United States.

Facebook’s David Marcus told us how Messenger will threaten advertising on the open web

The strategy sounds like it will take browsing activity from the open web and move it inside Messenger.