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PayPal & Paxos execs talk to the future of finance via stablecoins

  • The shift towards digital currency adoption led to the the recent launch of PayPal USD, or “PYUSD,” marking a seminal moment in the finance industry’s evolution.
  • On December 6th, executives from PayPal and Paxos will discuss the rise of stablecoins, the growth of PayPal USD, and the future of money.
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PayPal & Paxos execs talk to the future of finance via stablecoins

PayPal and Paxos have a history of making history together. Most recently, Paxos helped launch PayPal’s new stablecoin PayPal USD, or “PYUSD,” marking a seminal moment in the finance industry’s evolution. 

PayPal has remained at the forefront of the digital payment revolution for more than 20 years, and the platform currently empowers hundreds of millions of consumers and merchants in more than 200 markets. Paxos has quickly become the leading regulated blockchain infrastructure and tokenization platform — the technological foundation for a new, open financial system that the world’s largest institutions relying upon.

The inevitable shift towards digital currency adoption—bringing innovation and access to PayPal’s end users in a secure and regulatory compliant way— led the two companies to launch PYUSD. This fully-backed, regulated stablecoin has the potential to transform payments in Web3 and digitally native environments that can easily be connected to fiat currency such as the U.S. dollar. 

Join a Special Webinar + Q&A on December 6th

Want to learn more?  Paul Bances, VP & Head of Market and Business Development, Blockchain, Crypto and Digital Currencies at PayPal, and Nick Robnett, Senior Director of Customer Success at Paxos, will be discussing the rise of stablecoins, the growth of PayPal USD, and the future of money.

To RSVP, click here.  Seats will be limited!

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