It’s barely been a month since Facebook unleashed its cryptocurrency Libra into the wild and published its whitepaper. But already, the social media giant has been forced to address a growing number of fake communications associated to its digital asset. Around a dozen “fake accounts, pages, and groups,” claiming to be official Libra outlets, have sprung up on Facebook and Instagram, The Washington Post reports. This is on top of the growing list of websites claiming to already be selling Libra tokens. The fake communications reportedly featured Facebook‘s logo, branding, photos of Mark Zuckerberg, or Libra‘s official marketing imagery. The…

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