PayPal and Visa move to embrace cryptocurrency

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PayPal and Visa move to embrace cryptocurrency
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PayPal and Visa move to embrace cryptocurrency

Crypto 'becoming a legitimate funding source to make transactions in the real world at millions of merchants' says PayPal boss Dan Schulman

Online payment service PayPal has launched a new 'Checkout with Crypto' feature that will allow US consumers to use their cryptocurrency holdings to pay for goods and services at millions of global ecommerce...

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