Crypto broker Tagomi to join Libra Association


The Libra Association is reportedly set to add another company to its ranks: the crypto brokerage firm Tagomi.

According to a report by TechCrunch, the company was slated to make the announcement as soon as later this week. The news follows the announcement that Shopify has joined the Association.

A representative for Tagomi confirmed TechCrunch's report. 

In total, the Association has 22 members, including firms like Lyft and Uber, as well as investors like Andreessen Horowitz and Union Square Ventures.

A handful of firms have exited the group – which oversees the development of the Libra stablecoin project – as questions over the legality of the coin's structure have piqued the interest of global regulators. 

Tagomi's co-CEO Jennifer Campbell is a former employee of Union Square Ventures, according to her LinkedIn profile. 

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