PayPal Announces Launch of PayPal. Me Peer-to-peer Payments Similar to Square Cash or Bitcoin Wallets

PayPal Announces Launch of PayPal. Me Peer-to-peer Payments Similar to Square Cash or Bitcoin Wallets

Receiving money from a friend, client or anyone else on PayPal just got a little bit easier. Today, the company announced the launch of PayPal. Me, a personal, vanity PayPal link that makes it easy to remind people to send you money. The idea behind the peer-to-payment service is to erase the awkwardness of getting repaid by someone. Instead of having to....


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