PayPal

PayPal

PayPal is an american worldwide online payments system founded in 1998 by Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, Max Levchin, Ken Howery, Luke Nosek and Yu Pan.

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December 9, 2020
PayPal launches touch-free payments in-store with iZettle's point of sale app to support UK businesses post-lockdown

PayPal today launched QR code payments in iZettle's point of sale app, allowing small businesses across the UK - from retailers to florists and cafes - to accept safe and secure touch-free payments from customers.

November 19, 2020
PayPal launches a new crowdsourced fundraising platform, the Generosity Network.
November 19, 2020
PayPal launches its answer to GoFundMe
October 21, 2020
PayPal announces that it would enable account holders to use cryptocurrency.
May 28, 2020
PruPay joins forces with PayPal to launch touchless payments for customers through text messaging.
2020
PayPal and Jack Dorsey's Cash App buy 100% of newly-mined Bitcoin according to Pantera Capital's monthly blockchain newsletter.
September 2019
PayPal's acquisition of a 70% controlling stake in GoPay is approved by the People's Bank of China. .
October 2002
PayPal acquired by eBay for US$1.5 billion in stock.

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PayPal Business

PayPal Business is a payment solution for businesses offering invoicing, payment processing, donation gateways, and phon, fax and mail orders.

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February 25, 2021
WebWire
When Bitcoin began to surge in 2017, it didn't take long for massive interest to emerge. At the same time, however, most payment solution heavyweights, including Visa, MasterCard and PayPal, weren't impressed. They fought to play down the importance of cryptocurrency and went so far as to prohibit their cards and users from being linked to anything related to digital currency. Now, just a few short years later, they are taking a different approach and are embracing cryptocurrency. Jas...
Dave Johnson
February 25, 2021
Business Insider
PayPal is a highly secure financial service, backed with some of the best end-to-end encryption available.
Anna Tims
February 25, 2021
the Guardian
My wife was in hospital and couldn't monitor her spending on in-app purchases
Shannen Balogh
February 24, 2021
Business Insider
From the massive boost in e-commerce to the proliferation of touch-free options like contactless cards and mobile wallets, there have been huge changes in the way we pay.
Miles Brignall
February 23, 2021
the Guardian
I booked tickets for The Prince of Egypt but it couldn't go ahead due to the Covid lockdown
Shannen Balogh
February 20, 2021
Business Insider
These are the people at some of the world's largest payment firms exploring new use cases for digital currencies in the industry.
Carly Helfand
February 16, 2021
Business Insider
From staying cozy at home to supporting a favorite cause, there are plenty of options to use up to $30 per month in PayPal credit through June 2021.
Dan DeFrancesco
February 12, 2021
Business Insider
The top finance stories for February 12 including the latest news on how the recruiting process for Wall Street internships is heating up.
Shalini Nagarajan
February 12, 2021
markets.businessinsider.com
Rather than spending cash to invest in cryptocurrencies, PayPal is looking to make investments that drive growth.
Shannen Balogh
February 11, 2021
Business Insider
PayPal exes shared how new crypto features have led to high levels of customer engagement, and previewed future plans with digital currencies.
Grace Kay
February 11, 2021
Business Insider
Credit card users might soon find their horizontal cards replaced by vertical ones as tap-to-pay continues to gain popularity.
Mitchell Clark
February 10, 2021
The Verge
Security researcher Alex Birsan was able to get into the servers of some of the biggest tech companies by using an incredibly simple security exploit that used code from the internet instead of the companies' own.
Kieron Johnson
February 10, 2021
Business Insider
The Edelman Earned Brand 2018 report found that 64% of consumers worldwide choose brands based on their stance on social issues.
February 9, 2021
The Economic Times
Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk, who also helped launch PayPal, has expressed enthusiasm about cryptocurrencies online and industry sources say he has the technological expertise to build the required infrastructure.
Gregory Magana
February 8, 2021
Business Insider
Venmo's forthcoming savings and budgeting tools, combined with its debit and credit card features, are making Venmo more and more of a neobank.
USA TODAY
February 5, 2021
USA TODAY
As extremists are removed from platforms that help them raise money, they find new ways to wring financial support from an army of online haters.
Adriana Nunez
February 5, 2021
Business Insider
PayPal's total payment volume climbed 36% year over year in Q4, and it may see additional growth down the line.
DNA Web Team
February 5, 2021
DNA India
Your smartphone will be fully charged in just 10 minutes with this technology - According to a report, this new technology is currently being tested in the lab and it is expected to be launched in 2021 itself.
Manish Singh
February 5, 2021
TechCrunch
PayPal is shutting down its domestic business in India, less than four years after the American giant kickstarted local operations in the world's second largest internet market. "From 1 April 2021, we will focus all our attention on enabling more international sales for Indian businesses, and shift focus away from our domestic products in India. [...]
Cecilia D'Anastasio
February 4, 2021
Wired
WIRED has found dozens of far-right and white supremacist figures monetizing their livestreams through "donation management services" Streamlabs and StreamElements.
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