I'm searching how Libra works and I didn't find any technical detail understandable for me in the web.

In particular, I don't well understand the concept of a "blockchain" here, because I understand that a cental authority should approve the transaction (probably the Libra association). And moreover it's this association that issued the coins...

Is blockchain just a marketing word here?

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