Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo (Mike Crapo) also plans to hold a hearing on Libra on July 16, the day before the House of Representatives meets with Facebook delegates.
A Facebook spokesman said the company's "look forward to" was to answer the committee's questions. The company has not yet confirmed which company executives will be at the hearing, but there is a message that the co-founder of the Libra program, David Marcus, may be present at the hearing.
Officials around the world reacted differently to Facebook's cryptocurrency program, which was suspected by two major US parties.
Last week, Waters and other lawmakers called on Facebook to suspend the development of its cryptocurrency payment network to give the US Congress and regulators time to study these issues and determine appropriate responses.