• Sacha GreifSacha Greif, 10 months ago

    The appropriately diverse stock photos, colorful colors, and friendly tone kinda remind me of the typical promo film used by giant evil corporations to promote their secret world-domination plan in every sci-fi movie ever…

    12 points
    • Zsolt Kacso, 10 months ago

      So diverse you (almost) can't find any white people.

      1 point
      • Jrtorrents Dorman , 10 months ago

        Great ! Now you know how it feels to be left out.

        4 points
        • Zsolt Kacso, 10 months ago

          Oh yea let's celebrate, it's time for payback.

          Sorry to disappoint, but I'm not particularly sad about being left out of Facebook's plan for a digital economy.

          0 points
          • Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, 10 months ago

            just sad enough to whine about it publicly.

            1 point
            • Zsolt Kacso, 10 months ago

              Was making a point that went above your head.

              0 points
              • Jrtorrents Dorman , 9 months ago

                Your whining didn’t go unnoticed !

                0 points
                • Zsolt Kacso, 9 months ago

                  I hear you. What you're saying is if I raise a point it's whining and you refuse any further discussion.

                  On the off chance that you are open to the possibility that someone who disagrees with you might have a valid viewpoint, I ask that you entertain this:

                  Diverse and inclusive to all by definition means including white people, as well as everyone else. I didn't even mean that not including white people is bad, I didn't make any judgments.

                  All I said is that it's by definition not diverse or inclusive.

                  If you take this and extrapolate from this any further hidden meaning that is entirely on you.

                  0 points
  • Dustin Dahlberg, 10 months ago

    This site feels like a pharmaceutical or political ad.

    3 points
  • Vasiliy LeytmanVasiliy Leytman, 10 months ago

    "Protected, private" currency from Facebook sounds like "healthy" food from McDonalds ;) Just some random wording, and yet another idea to have more control over when and how you spend money, and then target you with tons of ads ;)

    3 points
  • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, 10 months ago

    I'm really getting annoyed with those esoteric product descriptions. I have seen so many of those sites, but this one really annoys me. Each screen a single message - that's not needed. People are very much capable of reading more than one sentence on a page.

    I've read the entire thing now, but somehow it failed to give me a reason to pay any attention to this product. But I do like the purple wave at the bottom of the page. Even though that's being overused as well.

    2 points
    • Joseph BarrientosJoseph Barrientos, 10 months ago

      agree with you on this, tired of having to scroll down this full page to have only read a paragraph. I get it, people are dumb but this is a currency and finance app so they probably want to keep the messaging simple but what good is simple if its boring or unimportant.

      I actually don't like the wave at all, the way the light purple sits only a few pixels above that indigo/purple just looks unfinished

      also, not sure if its the devs or design responsible for this but all the pill masked images have cropping issues

      1 point
  • Melanie Griffin, 9 months ago

    Of course, I heard about Libra as I look through cryptocurrency blogs from time to time, and this news appeared on each site several days ago. But I didn't know about this wallet. Frankly speaking, I prefer using only trustworthy cryptocurrency wallets, and I can't be sure Calibra is good. Anyway, thanks for sharing, I'm going to find out more about it.

    0 points