Paypal to Allow Cryptocurrency Withdrawals to Third-Party Wallets

Paypal to Allow Cryptocurrency Withdrawals to Third-Party Wallets

Payments giant Paypal will soon allow its users to transfer cryptocurrencies away from its platform to third-party wallets, the company’s head of cryptocurrency reportedly revealed. Paypal has been seeing tremendous growth in its crypto business. Paypal to Support Crypto Transfers to Third-Party Wallets Jose Fernandez da Ponte, Paypal’s head of cryptocurrency, said during the Consensus 2021 conference Wednesday that his company will soon start allowing cryptocurrency withdrawals to third-party wallets. He explained: We want to make it as open as possible and we want to give....


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