Facebook’s Crypto Ambitions Stumble Forward With Plans for U.S. Stablecoin

In brief

  • Facebook-backed Diem Association said a pilot version of the stablecoin is coming but did not say when.
  • The stablecoin plans are a significant step back from Facebook’s original crypto ambitions.
  • Diem is moving from Switzerland to the U.S.

Facebook’s long-delayed cryptocurrency plans took a modest step forward on Wednesday when the project it is backing, the Diem Association, announced it would launch a U.S. stablecoin. Upon launch, consumers within a select network of companies will be able to use a digital token pegged to the price of a dollar.

The plan is a dramatically scaled-back version of what Facebook first touted in the summer of 2019, when the company announced it would launch a global cryptocurrency in partnership with financial heavyweights like Visa and PayPal. The original scheme quickly foundered, however, amid harsh regulatory scrutiny that led major partners to bolt and key executives to lead.

In announcing the stablecoin, the Diem Association also declared it was shifting its base of operations from Switzerland to the U.S., a move it said would simplify plans for the digital currency it now calls US Diem. The association also said that Silvergate Bank, a California bank that serves a number of crypto companies, would be the exclusive issuer of the stablecoins.

“The formation of this partnership is an important step in preparation for a Diem USD pilot,” said the Diem Association in a statement that did not elaborate on when that pilot would be launched or when consumers might encounter it.

The Diem Association was once known as Libra, but the group rebranded itself last December, in part to distance itself from the project’s original global ambitions.

The turmoil at the project has been underscored by the departure of its high-profile founders, who included fintech visionary David Marcus, and by nearly all of its original executives, including its heads of strategy, product, marketing and finance. Last month, the Diem Association’s Executive Vice President, Dante Disparte, left to join Circle.

The Diem Association no longer lists its partners on its home page, but those who have not announced their departure include Uber, Shopify, Spotify and Coinbase. If the Diem USD does in fact launch, those firms would likely form the nucleus of a network supported by Facebook that would let consumers pay merchants and each other through platforms like WhatsApp and Messenger.

While such a consortium would likely attract some attention, it’s not clear how devoted Facebook remains to the project. When Facebook first announced its cryptocurrency plans in 2019, CEO Mark Zuckerberg joined the marketing efforts, leading some to nickname the planned currency “Zuck bucks.” But on Wednesday, Facebook did not even mention the new stablecoin—a possible sign the company has become disenchanted, or else is strategically lying low to avoid the attention of U.S. lawmakers who have been vocally hostile to earlier versions of the project.

Meanwhile, the Diem Association itself appears to be struggling with momentum. As of Wednesday evening, the group’s website still stated it was based in Geneva, while its Twitter account has been dormant since December.

If the Diem Association does in fact launch its stablecoin, the group could be left in the position of playing catch-up. In the time since Facebook first announced the project, a growing number of other companies, including PayPal, have either launched stablecoins or hinted they intend to do so in the near future.


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Tesla Stops Accepting Bitcoin: Price Slumps $3,000 In Response

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that the electric vehicle manufacturing company will no longer be accepting bitcoin payment for its vehicles.

  • In a tweet on Wednesday (May 12, 2021), Elon Musk said that Tesla has suspended bitcoin payment for its electric vehicles, citing bitcoin’s energy consumption as the reason.
  • Tesla first announced that it bought $1.5 billion worth of bitcoin back in February 2021. The company hinted that it would start accepting BTC as payment for its products.
  • Later in March, the car manufacturer revealed that U.S. customers could pay for a Tesla with bitcoin.
  • Tesla accepting bitcoin drew significant criticism from environmental conservationists who stated that the move was antithetical to Tesla’s apparent stance on managing global emissions.
  • Meanwhile, there has been no clear consensus on Bitcoin’s energy usage, although some critics like to espouse the ocean boiling narrative.
  • Following Musk’s tweet, the price of bitcoin took an immediate hit, shedding $3,000 in less than 15 minutes. Bitcoin was trading at nearly $55K and plunged below $52K in a matter of minutes following Musk’s tweet.

“Tesla will not be selling any Bitcoin and we intend to use it for transactions as soon as mining transitions to more sustainable energy,” Musk tweeted, adding:

“We are also looking at other cryptocurrencies that use <1% of Bitcoin’s transaction/energy.”

BTC/USD following Tesla’s announcement. Source: TradingView

  • A recent poll conducted by the tech billionaire on Twitter about whether Tesla should accept dogecoin, showed that 78% of 3.9 million responses supported support for DOGE payments.
  • But if Elon Musk’s reason is anything to be considered, then dogecoin might suffer the same fate as bitcoin, since it is also uses proof-of-work (POW) consensus.


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Elon Musk Says Tesla Stops Accepting Bitcoin For Car Purchases Due To Carbon Energy Use

Elon Musk, who has become a force in the cryptocurrency universe, said Tesla is no longer accepting Bitcoin as payment for purchases of its electric vehicles owing to the excessive amount of carbon-based energy it uses. Bitcoin fell more than 6% following his tweet.

“We are concerned about rapidly increasing use of fossil fuels for Bitcoin mining and transactions, especially coal, which has the worst emissions of any fuel,” Musk tweeted on Wednesday afternoon. “Cryptocurrency is a good idea on many levels and we believe it has a promising future, but this cannot come at great cost to the environment.”

While Tesla isn’t going to accept Bitcoin as payment, the company’s billionaire CEO said it also won’t be selling holdings in the cryptocurrency and still plans to use “it for transactions as soon as mining transitions to more sustainable energy.”

The move is a curious one since Tesla’s recent $1.5 billion Bitcoin investment triggered a surge in the currency’s value. It also helped the carmaker report a first-quarter project this year, owing to the $101 million gain it reported from selling 10% of its Bitcoin holdings. He’s also made comments that pumped up and then undercut Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency that started as a joke.

Musk said the company is looking at other cryptocurrencies that “use “<1% of Bitcoin’s energy/transaction,” without identifying specific alternatives. 

Bitcoin dropped 6.2% to $52,960 at 7:59 p.m. New York time on Wednesday, while Tesla shares fell 4.4% to $589.89 in Nasdaq trading.

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Why Fiat Experts Don’t Get Bitcoin

Bitcoiners And Fiat Experts

Society has conditioned us to listen to experts. They teach us what to eat, what to learn, how to exercise, how to raise our children and how to care for the environment. We think they know better, that they have our best interests at heart. After all, they have fancy titles, decades of experience, appear in mainstream media and have tons of followers. Many of them even work in organizations that have “World” in the name. How prestigious is that!? We intuitively think we wouldn’t be able to decide what’s best for ourselves. Why would we or more importantly how could we go against advice from experts?

Money From First Principles

To understand Bitcoin’s value and I mean truly understand it, you have to start asking, “What is money?” This sends precoiners spiraling down the Bitcoin rabbit hole. After extensive research on money and economics, a veil is lifted from their eyes. They start thinking, “If I’ve been lied to about money, about inflation being normal, what else have I been taught that was a lie?” This is generally where people become skeptical which leads them to think critically and not take things at face value. For the first time, they start paying attention to what experts are actually saying. They begin seeing inconsistencies in between the various word salads. Some proceed to look at experts’ track records. How could these experts be so dead wrong about so many things for so many years? Even worse, nothing happens to them. They aren’t fired, there aren’t any consequences, no accountability.

That’s when some newcoiners begin their transformation. It’s because of experts’ incompetence, political agendas, manipulation and corruption. Newcoiners become obsessed with (re)learning everything. They begin studying history, philosophy, sociology, diet and environment. They are in pursuit of truth. In a world where everything is manipulated and politicized, they want realness.

In order to do so, you need to identify who the fiat experts are. It is helpful to use the following framework: First, people have to realize experts aren’t all-knowing and incapable of being irrational or outright wrong. They’re as human as you and me. As such, they are prone to error. Then, recognize that they have plenty of biases. This is arguably the most important part. Absolutely everyone has biases. The best you can do is be aware of them (both your own and others’) and in doing so minimize their impact. Sadly, it appears very few realize how impactful bias is in one’s decision-making. It doesn’t stop there, experts also have political agendas. After all, self-interest is a very powerful motivator. Experts, like everyone else, have bills to pay, want promotions and also just don’t want to get fired. The problem there is misaligned incentives. What’s best for the expert or organization isn’t always what’s best for their audience. Oftentimes, experts don’t have these high-level positions because they’re the best for the job but because they can be controlled. On top of that, humans have a hard time differentiating between confidence and intelligence. Be careful to not fall into this trap. The bigger the influence, the higher the accountability should be. Yet that’s the exact opposite of what happens in our society, the bigger a person’s influence, the more untouchable they are.

Fiat Experts Entering The Bitcoin Space

Experts have a hard time grasping the fact that they’re just like everyone one else when it comes to Bitcoin. Bitcoin doesn’t discriminate. Experts, in my opinion, do have one distinct advantage: They can simply tweet, “I want to understand Bitcoin,” and a flurry of Bitcoin authors and podcasters will appear offering them their precious time. That is extremely valuable. Experts are able to have one-on-one conversations with the brightest minds in the space. Instead, they come in thinking they have an original thought on why Bitcoin doesn’t work. This repeats over and over again. The same debunked criticisms, different critics (same bewildered reactions when Bitcoiners begin their attack). We’ve seen many examples of this already. Allen Farrington has slayed a few himself: A Tale Of Two Talebs and Gauge Theory Does Not Fix This come to mind. The former, a two-hour read, deconstructing everything that is wrong about Nassim Taleb and the latter in Allen’s own words: “I spent 3 weeks learning a completely irrelevant subject at postgraduate level whose alleged expert thought nobody would ever actually do and hence he could bullshit about it undetected.”

Lopp’s tweet sums up most critics of Bitcoin:

Bitcoin isn’t in any textbook; the world has never seen something like it before. PhDs try to mold Bitcoin into their theories, but Bitcoin works despite them.

Fiat experts fail to understand that Bitcoin’s biggest critics are Bitcoiners:

Experts should first dive deep down the rabbit hole before providing input. Their credentials just help them get their foot in the “influence door.” After that, if they don’t shut up and learn, they will get dismissed.

Saifedean’s thread articulates many Bitcoiners’ frustrations with fiat experts:

He also has a podcast episode about this topic with Allen Farrington.

Cyber Hornets

What drew me to Bitcoin Twitter was how different the community is in that they don’t rely solely on past accomplishments to continue to have influence. As soon as “influencers” start being inconsistent, unethical or malicious, they will get called out. No matter who they are, the cyber hornets will swarm. What I found interesting was Michael Saylor understanding this and publicly acknowledging his loyalty to Bitcoin:

Every expert should be held to a high standard of accountability in any industry. Like I said above, the bigger the influence, the higher the responsibility.

Reputation In A Bitcoin World

Soon, if not already, reputation will be almost like a currency. What you say and what you do will have great consequences, be that good or bad. A lot of people start with noble intentions but get corrupted along the way. That’s why there needs to be accountability at ALL times. “Don’t trust, verify” is built into Bitcoin. Bullshitters won’t survive for very long. When humans get comfortable in their positions, they become susceptible to corruption, greed or manipulation. Thankfully, if there is constant accountability, they won’t get too comfortable. In a Bitcoin future where people and organizations are allowed to fail, only the best will rise up.

I wrote this for those that are early on their Bitcoin journey and are trying to make sense of the world. When in doubt, approach from first principles and stay true to yourself. There is so much noise out there, Bitcoin is our signal.

This is a guest post by Pedro Neto. Opinions expressed are entirely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of BTC, Inc. or Bitcoin Magazine.


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Vitalik Buterin Moves $1.3 Billion Worth Of Ether, But Where?

Ethereum co-creator Vitalik Buterin has moved $1.3 billion worth of ether, almost all of his holdings, from his public address to a separate wallet. 

Buterin disclosed his main ether address in October 2018, and until approximately six hours ago, the wallet held more than 320,000 ether, he blockchain’s native cryptocurrency. Then, at 5:18 pm UTC the ethereum inventor transferred 325,001 ETH to a separate contract address created approximately 21 hours ago, leaving some $10,000 worth of ETH in his main wallet. 

The transaction, which has been overlooked thanks to news Buterin donated more than $1 billion worth of a cryptocurrency to India Covid relief charity, appears to be the largest transfer of Buterin’s ether holdings to date. Right before this transfer, Ethereum’s figurehead also sent 5,000 ETH worth $20.5 million to the same address. 

That said, while a blockchain can show how money moves, it doesn’t tell you why.

According to Nicholas Gans, director of research and development at Inca Digital, a crypto data and intelligence provider, the new address is “generated via gnosis safe, a platform which allows one to manage assets on the Ethereum blockchain and enables multi sig transactions.” Other benefits include potential privacy improvement, and security protecting the contract from being formally verified, says Gans.

Vice president of digital asset strategy at New York-based Fundstrat Global Advisors, Leeor Shimron, also confirmed that Buterin moved the vast majority of the ether in his main wallet at approximately 1:18 PM EST. This happened several minutes prior to moving the SHIBU coins that were subsequently sold off. Shimron says the purpose for the movement is unclear and could be to increase security or merely upgrade his coin setup.

Additionally, this movement is not being seen as a bearish move or signal that Buterin is stepping away from Ethereum by cashing out. Ether is currently worth $4,100, an increase of 91% over the past month. “I do not expect he has the intention of selling his Ether,” says Shimron. “But it is possible he might want to sell a portion given its recent price appreciation.”


While merely moving one’s cryptocurrency might not typically be the stuff of breaking new, Vitalik’s move is notable in that it is [among?] the first time[s] the inventor of ethereum moved the vast majority of his own stake. The transaction also comes less than two weeks after the assets crossed the billion-dollar milestone, making him the youngest-known crypto billionaire in the world.


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This One Catalyst Could Send Bitcoin Into the Stratosphere, Says CryptoQuant CEO

CryptoQuant CEO Ki Young Ju is naming one catalyst that he says could send Bitcoin’s (BTC) value into the stratosphere.

In a new tweet, the CEO of the on-chain analysis firm tells his 165,00 followers that he believes the approval of a Bitcoin exchange traded fund (ETF) could act as a big catalyst to push Bitcoin’s price to greater heights.


“NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) listed the first gold ETF in Nov 2004, and the price never came back. Many economic factors have affected the gold price, but listing ETF would have played a major role in the inflow of global institutional funds. We may never see this BTC price again once ETF’s approved.”

Source: Ki/Twitter

The CryptoQuant CEO implies that Bitcoin’s consolidation below $60,000 is largely driven by retail capital being allocated in memecoins and low-cap crypto assets such as Dogecoin (DOGE), Shiba Inu (SHIB), and SafeMoon.

“I think this is why the BTC price is going down in spite of strong fundamentals. The market will become smart money soon, and the funds will go to major coins that have intrinsic value.”

Source: Ki/Twitter

Although Bitcoin continues to struggle to breach resistance at $60,000, Ki believes that the leading crypto asset remains bullish.

“This BTC correction is more like a technical correction, and the fundamentals are still strong. US institutional demand has driven this bull market. There’s no change in this trend…

We may see a series of announcements of BTC purchases from institutions like Facebook soon. Institutions have been accumulated BTC in the $48,000 – $60,000 range since February. Approximately, 154,000 Bitcoin have flowed out from Coinbase into multiple cold wallets.”

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MoneyGram Partners With Coinme to Enable Customers Buy Bitcoin in the U.S.

Money transfer giant MoneyGram would allow users in the United States to buy and sell bitcoin at its retail stores across the country. 

MoneyGram Enabling Retail Bitcoin Purchase

In a press release on Wednesday (May 12, 2021), the company inked a partnership deal with major cryptocurrency cash exchange Coinme to allow U.S. customers buy and withdraw bitcoin in cash at designated MoneyGram kiosks in the country. The new service is targeted at first time bitcoin users who are confused about using online cryptocurrency exchange platforms. 

As previously reported by BTCManager earlier in May, there are close to 20,000 bitcoin ATMs globally. The U.S. which still controls the market, has close to 17,000 bitcoin ATM kiosks. 

Meanwhile, the MoneyGram-Coinme integration seeks to bolster the number of brick and mortar locations where people can withdraw their BTC holdings for cash, making it possible for customers to easily access bitcoin and other crypto assets. 

Commenting on the latest development, Alex Holmes, CEO and Chairman of MoneyGram, said:

This innovative partnership opens our business to an entirely new customer segment as we are the first to pioneer a crypto-to-cash model by building a bridge with Coinme to connect bitcoin to local fiat currency.”

Coinme’s CEO Neil Bergquist, also lauded the partnership between both companies,  stating:

“This is a major milestone for the bitcoin and cryptocurrency communities, and for the millions of people who will benefit from a trusted, easy and affordable onramp to digital currency.”

While the new service would kick off at selected MoneyGram locations in the U.S. in the coming weeks, there are plans to expand internationally later in Q2 2021.

MoneyGram joins the likes of other financial services companies such as PayPal and Mastercard to delve into the crypto industry. Back in April, PayPal launched a Crypto Checkout Service that would allow users to pay with bitcoin and other cryptocurrency across millions of its online merchants. Later in April, PayPal CEO Dan Schulman said that the company’s crypto service could reach a transaction volume of $200 million in a few months. 

In February, Mastercard said that would soon add support for crypto payments on its network. A recent Mastercard survery showed that 40% of respondents would use crypto for payments in 2022

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Elon Musk: Tesla Has Stopped Accepting Bitcoin

In a tweet today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company will no longer accept Bitcoin as payment, citing its energy expenditure.

Tesla began accepting BTC as payment earlier this year, after a $1.5 billion investment in the coin.

According to Musk, “Tesla will not be selling an Bitcoin and we intend to use it for transactions as soon as mining transitions to more sustainable energy.”

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How To Offset Gains Taxes With Bitcoin Donations

This tax season, it may be worthwhile to consider making a bitcoin donation to reduce one’s taxes through philanthropy.

This year is on track to be a record year for bitcoin donations as more donors continue to learn about the tax benefits of donating bitcoin instead of fiat. Why do so many high-networth individuals make large gifts of equities or bitcoin instead of donating in fiat? It’s usually all about taxes. If you donate bitcoin, which is considered property by the IRS for tax purposes, then donating appreciated bitcoin is likely one of the most tax efficient ways to support your favorite bitcoin-friendly charity. Why? Think about it like donating pre-tax dollars. When you donate bitcoin directly to a 501c3 nonprofit, you (the donor) do not owe capital gains taxes and can write off the fair market value of the donation. If you were to sell your bitcoin and then donate afterward, you’d be paying 30% or more in taxes first and then donating less as a result. Plus your write-off would be lower as well since the donation is smaller. Since the nonprofits are a 501c3, they also don’t have any tax liability on the gifts and are better off as well.

For those of you who want to take it one step further, there is also a tax arbitrage opportunity since there is no wash rule related to crypto donations. This only helps you if you’re already donating fiat but have appreciated bitcoin you’re HODLing. You might need to read this next paragraph more than once because this is a little more complex.

So, say you’re already donating $10,000 per year to your favorite charity using your credit card. If you replace that $10,000 donation with an equivalent bitcoin donation, and use the fiat to purchase back your bitcoin position, you’ve now erased your capital gains on the previous positions and raised your cost-basis. So by making that same gift in bitcoin each year and then repurchasing that same amount using the fiat you would have donated, you’re much better off.

Unfortunately, most Bitcoiners don’t know about the tax benefits of donating appreciated bitcoin, but if you ask your financial advisor or accountant, they’ll likely tell you to donate your most highly appreciated assets (like bitcoin) first. Until recently, stock donations weren’t easy so this was usually a strategy reserved for the mega wealthy. With bitcoin being easier to transfer and hundreds of nonprofits accepting bitcoin donations directly, it’s becoming more common for the average person to support their cause in a more tax efficient way by donating bitcoin.

To help raise awareness and promote bitcoin donations, The Giving Block has launched a Tax Season campaign that aims to educate users on the tax benefits of donating appreciated bitcoin. Although I’m biased toward making a donation, there are a handful of ways to reduce your bitcoin taxes beyond making a donation. Other methods include

  1. Using tax software to automate tracking your transactions
  2. Working with tax professionals who do the heavy lifting for you
  3. Moving to a city like Miami that is in a state that doesn’t have personal income taxes (plus they have a bitcoin-friendly mayor!)

So whether you’re moving to Miami to get a tan and save on taxes or donating bitcoin to a charity, we hope you take the time to plan ahead or consult a tax professional to optimize your HODL plan so you can stack as many sats as possible.

This article does is not tax advice nor financial advice – all parties should do their own research when making any financial decisions. 

This is a guest post by Alex Wilson. Opinions expressed are entirely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of BTC, Inc. or Bitcoin Magazine.


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Ethereum’s Co-Founder Vitalik Buterin Donates Over $1 Billion To India Covid Relief Fund And Other Charities

Ethereum’s co-founder Vitalik Buterin, who became the world’s youngest known crypto billionaire less than two weeks ago, has donated over $1 billion in crypto to the India Covid Relief Fund and a range of other charities.

He made the donation by offloading massive amounts of dog-themed meme tokens, which he was gifted by the creators of Shiba Inu coin (SHIB), Dogelon (ELON), Akita Inu (AKITA), mwDOGE (mwDOGE) and OURSHIB (OSHIB). These cryptocurrencies have taken off following Dogecoin’s staggering rally of the last few months. Though built around similar memes, these copycats have much larger supplies (in the quadrillions of units). 

In a single transaction, Buterin donated 50 trillion SHIB tokens worth $1.2 billion as of May 12, 16:37 pm E.T. to the India Covid Relief Fund set up by Indian tech entrepreneur Sandeep Nailwal. Nailwal is best known as the co-founder and COO of Polygon, a scaling solution for Ethereum, a protocol which aggregates scalable solutions on Ethereum in a multi-chain system. Earlier in April, Buterin donated about $600,000 in ether and maker (MKR) tokens to the fund. 

Nailwal immediately took to Twitter to thank Buterin and assure SHIB investors the funds will be spent responsibly, at no risk to investors.

Additionally, Ethereum’s figurehead sent about $441 million (as of press time) of AKITA to Gitcoin, an open-source bounties platform on Ethereum, according to the records from blockchain data provider Etherscan.


Other notable donations, amounting to millions of dollars, include gifts to GiveWell, a non-profit charity evaluator, Methuselah Foundation, which focuses on extending human lifespan, and Machine Intelligence Research Institute, focused on developing safe artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.

Apparently, the tokens were given to Buterin on the premise that he would not sell them. Anonymous developers of Shiba Token have sent 50% of the SHIB token supply to Vitalik Buterin’s wallet over the past year. The coin’s website states that 50% of the total supply “was burned to Vitalik Buterin,” meaning the tokens have been permanently removed from circulation. Some market followers speculated that Buterin could ‘rug’ SHIB holders – simply speaking, sell the coins, turning what appears to be a marketing stunt against the developers. And indeed, Buterin’s moves have significantly impacted the prices of the tokens. According to Coinbase, Shiba Inu is down 36%, Dogelon Mars is down 65% and Akita Inu is down more than 50% over the past twenty-four hours as of press time.

Importantly, this could mean taht the actual amount of aid received by the charities may end up being much less than the intended amounts.


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