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PayPal is the first company to drop out of the Facebook-led Libra Association

TechCrunch Friday, 4 October 2019 ()
PayPal is the first company to walk away from Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency. PayPal’s decision to take its ball and go home was first reported by The Wall Street Journal . “PayPal has made the decision to forgo further participation in the Libra Association at this time and to continue to focus on advancing our existing […]
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