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PayPal is closing its offices in San Francisco, the latest indication of the changes brought about the global pandemic.
Popular payment apps will start reporting payments of $600 or more to the IRS to comply with a new tax law.
Venmo has redesigned its app to remove the global payments feed, after a high-profile incident in which President Biden’s account was discovered.
PayPal is rumored to be looking at the possibility of creating a stock-trading platform in a bid to challenge rivals.
Gig workers, and others who rely on PayPal, will be able to have payments direct deposited thanks to a partnership between PayPal and Fiserv.
PayPal has raised its purchase limits for cryptocurrencies to $100,000 per week, up from the $20,000 it initially set.
Venmo is making a major change to its terms of service, allowing business transactions on personal accounts for the first time.
Fastly has said a single customer caused yesterday’s outage, an outage that had widespread repercussions.
A glitch at Fastly, a popular CDN, led to outages for some of the internet’s biggest sites Tuesday morning.
PayPal has taken the next step in its embrace of cryptocurrency, launching “Checkout with Crypto” to US customers.
PayPal is looking to expand its cryptocurrency services with a possible purchase of crypto custody firm Curv.
PayPal has officially expanded its new service enabling users to buy, hold and sell cryptocurrency.
Cryptocurrency received a big boost today, with the announcement that PayPal will support buying, selling and holding cryptocurrencies.
What’s happened is the world has accelerated from physical to digital across almost every industry.
PayPal is looking to get into cryptocurrency, opening the door for its 365 million customers.