The Libra Association announcement and the prospects linked to Libra (the future currency of Facebook), had the effect of bringing attention to the crypto projects of other major players in the digital world. These are big names that certainly do not from today look with growing interest at the possibility of creating currencies to be used primarily for their own ecosystems. The focus is on Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google.
The perspective of Coin associated with these brands was formulated by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss during an interview with CNBC dedicated to analyzing Libra's prospects.
Regarding the future of Libra, the Winklevoss, which are among the largest publicly known investors in the crypto world, observe that it is more important than ever to reach an agreement with the institutions and the "regulators". The development of any crypto currency with objectives similar to those set by Libra cannot fail to pass from collaboration in the definition of a system of shared rules.
But compared to the development prospects of other currencies, the Winklevoss, which launched the exchange Gemini in 2014, one of the major trading platforms in the crypto world, argue that in the next two years it is expected to attend the launch of cryptocurrency of the great FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google) names. A prospect that certainly does not overshadow the prospects for development of Bitcoin so much so that the interview concludes with the observation that bitcoin is 2.0 gold, or that it is in a position to reach gold capitalization levels