In Washington politics hurried to complain on cryptocurrency and reputation Facebook for protection of the users' confidentiality.
Maxine Moore Waters, democrat and the chapter of the Committee on financial services (FSC - Financial Servises Committee), recommended for Facebook's team to easy up its blockchain project.
"At present time market of cryptocurrencies has not a sharp legislation basement for supplying of reliable protection of investors, consumers and economies", - it was reported in the application of Waters company.
"Regulation units should perceive it as alarm signal, to relate seriously to problems of confidentiality and national safety, risks of cyber security and trading risks, which are presented by the cryptocurrencies".
Sherrod Brown, democratic senator from Ohio, wrote in Twitter that Facebook shouldn't be trusted to start cryptocurrency independently. "Facebook is already too big and too powerful, and company took this power for using users' data without protection of their confidentiality. We cannot allow Facebook to start new risky cryptocurrency from the account in Swiss bank without supervision".
Early in May the United States Senate Committee on Banking sent to Mark Zuckerberg a letter with 7th
The American's doubts were supported in Europe:
Bruno Le Maire, minister of the Economy and Finance in France, declared by radio "Europe 1", that there is no problem with Libra, if its use is limited by the transactions. But it is not allowed to social network to create "sovereign currency", which can be used for debts issue or for performance of other functions, connected with money, manufactured by the state. "Libra cannot and should not become a sovereign currency with all attributes of the currency. Sovereignty's aspect should remain in states hands, instead of private companies, which answer to a private interest."
Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, remained about Libra project on meeting in Portugal. He said: "All things, working in our world, at once would become systemic and should appropriate to the most high standards of regulation", - is reported by Bloomberg.
Markus Ferber, German member of European parliament, declared, that Facebook by two billion users "can become a global shadow bank, and it is impossible to look indifferently to process of becoming the last one".
All declarations from representatives of the global financial centers really have a meaning, because the Libra-Association, quite strong to exchange current financial system.
One way or another, digitalization inside financial sector will come and touch absolutely every person of the world.