PayPal Valued at $52 Billion For Market Return

PayPal Valued at $52 Billion For Market Return

After more than a decade of being part of eBay Inc. , PayPal will return to the stock market as an individual company. Shares of PayPal (PYPL.O) jumped up 11% in value as people anticipate the company’s return to NASDAQ. With that rise, and adjusting for market stabilization, PayPal is now valued at about $52 Billion. Online payments have changed considerably since 2002 when eBay acquired PayPal, and the popularity of PayPal has lead to a relationship that hinders the potential of PayPal. Processing over $235 billion in 2014, PayPal handles some massive transaction volume on a daily basis,....


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Bitcoin will do to banks what email did to the postal industry.

Rick Falkvinge, IT Enterpreneur, Politician. Founder of the Swedish pirate party