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New policy updates for #PayPal on active balances

If you keep an active balance with PayPal, some things are changing. PayPal announced that from March 29th, a secondary balance account will be needed – that’s on top of the current federal requirements for identity verification. The details of this change is as below: As a result of a new regulation issued by the […]

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#PayPal spends $2 billion dollars on Swedish company, #iZettle

PayPal is acquiring Swedish money processor, iZettle, for a cool $2 billion dollars. The acquisition is the biggest that PayPal has ever made, and the timing is odd: iZettle was getting ready to have an IPO. iZettle taps the market of small businesses, providing mobile card readers and other digital payment products. Founded in Stockholm […]

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Beginner’s Guide On Crypto Assets; Sex With Strangers Is Good For You

Bitcoin: Will The Arrival Of Institutional Money Cause A New Price Surge? Let your customers do the work – The Startup; Fundamental challenges with public blockchains; How Brands Turned Trolling Into a Marketing Strategy; PayPal founder talks digital payments, bitcoin; Biological house is built from upcycled farming waste; This “early betting” power couple bought bitcoin […]

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Billionaire Elon Musk reacquired x.com

Billionaire entrepreneur and PayPal founder Elon Musk has reacquired the domain name x.com for an undisclosed sum. X.com was the domain he acquired in 1999 and originally used for PayPal, before its 2001 rebrand. Musk, who currently runs private space travel trailblazer SpaceX, confirmed the purchase in a tweet today: Thanks PayPal for allowing me […]

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Accepting PayPal for domains makes sense but there are risks

There’s no seller protection for domains but it makes the buyer more comfortable. I saw that Efty has added the option to accept PayPal payments for domain names listed on its platform. I can see how this could boost sales; PayPal is trusted and much more recognizable to the general population than an escrow service […]

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Namepros member gives info on Paypal chargeback glitch

Namepros member FPForum alerted the community about glitch at Paypal that made him think he was losing a Paypal dispute. The thing that had him puzzled was the domain transaction took place 11 months ago. Luckily for him he was refunded, Here is the story he told on Namepros: I had the strangest thing happen […]

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PayPal increases fees for international transactions

PayPal is increasing two transaction fees next month. Are you a U.S. resident selling a domain name to someone overseas? PayPal is about to be a more expensive option to receive payment. PayPal has updated its user agreement and is raising fees in two ways that will make these transactions more expensive. First, it is […]

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PayPal updates policies; becomes more expensive for domain investors to transact

Domain investors using PayPal for sending payments overseas will pay higher fees, starting March 29th, 2017. The PayPal set of policies has been updated, and some fees have been increased: For example: We are changing the currency conversion spread charged when we perform a currency conversion for you from charging an additional 2.5% over the […]

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PayPal yok : Popular payment system leaves Turkey

PayPal is pulling out of Turkey, leaving many loyal customers hanging. Turkish authorities demanded that all data related to transactions should remain on servers that are physically located in Turkey, something that PayPal refused to do. In a notice to customers, PayPal explained that they would no longer be able send or receive money, beginning […]

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The most expensive items ever auctioned; Cities without cars: no longer science fiction

How Oculus Cracked the Impossible Design of VR; Creative San Franciscan survives ridiculous rents by building “bedroom pod”; The 4 Things It Takes to Succeed in the Digital Economy; Marissa Mayer downplayed the biggest threat facing Yahoo. It could end up getting her fired; Microsoft is investing millions in a $1 billion startup that rejected […]

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