I have a question regarding Libra and Calibra. So to my understanding Calibra will be a wallet under the control of Facebook and will be representing Facebook in the assembled consortium. However other 3rd parties can also build a wallet on Libra and therefore be in competition to Calibra. It has been mentioned multiple times that KYC is mandatory if somebody wants to open a Calibra account. However my questions concerning this are the following:
Will other 3rd party wallets also have to have mandatory KYC or could they potentially offer access to the blockchain without KYC?
Will Calibra provide the private keys so that a user can switch easily from one wallet provider to another?
Will Calibra be able to “freeze” assets, if they are for example forced to do so by a regulator.
Is the consortium able to “freeze” assets?
Thanks a lot for your answers!