- PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) intends to expands its crypto-related services within United Kingdom
- The company is set to recruit fresh talent for it’s crypto and blockchain dedicated division in Ireland
Observing the growing adoption of digital assets, market giant PayPal is set to expand its digital asset related services for consumers across the globe.
According to a story broadcasted by well-known Dublin based news platform on Sunday, the global payments provider, PayPal is strategising to fill various crypto focused positions at its Dublin and Dundalk offices. Reportedly, the company is scouting for fresh hires in the business development, compliance, and anti-money laundering department.
Experts analyse th to appear in accordance with the rapidly growing adoption of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies worldwide.
PayPal Visions To Expand Crypto-Services Worldwide
Initially, PayPal introduced its crypto-services for American consumers in October of 2020, enabling them to trade cryptocurrencies directly within the PayPal digital wallet. However, the company also narrated its vision of expansion in selected international markets till the first half of 2021.
Dan Schulman, PayPal CEO also noted the expansion of crypto trading service in the United Kingdom last week. Schulman has always appeared to be positive about Bitcoin; and according to him, the company’s crypto business surpassed all expectations in its initial six months of operation itself as BTC and ETH struck their all-time highs and propelled the overall cryptocurrency market capitalisation to a $2.6T benchmark.
Bitcoin(BTC) $40,134 (-3.75%): BTC traded bullish above the psychological level of $40,000 for the first time in July, and has kicked off the August month on the right footing. Although Bitcoin has soared 20% over the past week, analysts still speculate ‘the king’ to remain range-bounded as the current rally may have taken a breather. The global crypto market cap is $1.61T, facing a 2.17% decline over the last day.
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