You can buy Bitcoin with just about everything these days, from bank account transfers to gift cards. But if you want to use Paypal, it's surprisingly difficult. In this guide, we'll teach you how to buy Bitcoin with Paypal.
Online marketplace eBay said this week it's integrating payments into its own website after doing a deal with Dutch online payments firm Adyen. As a result, PayPal will be featured less prominently on the site.
Today, there are plenty of ways, to send money to your friends, regardless of the platform. But which is the best for your individual needs and purposes? Here we compare PayPal, Google Wallet, Apple Pay Cash, Venmo, and Square Cash to find…
Facebook Messenger will no longer downsize photos to 2K with new 4K resolution support that allows friends to share more detailed photos. PayPal's Messenger extension also sees a new ability to send invoices in-app.
When you need to collect money from several friends or family members for a group goal, PaPal's Money Pools make it easy to coordinate and track contributions, or remind the deadbeats that they still need to pay up.
Venmo, the uber-popular peer-to-peer payments service, now supports payments at more than 2 million online retailers. If you're already a user, it's as easy as clicking on the PayPal button at checkout.
PayPal has announced yet another way that could make it easier to transfer money to others. The online payments system announced its partnership with Skype, allowing you to send and receive money throug its app on your mobile device.
PayPal is punching back. Now that it's been thrown in the ring with newcomer Zelle, the big banks' answer to payment processing platforms, the Palo Alto-based company has debuted instant bank transfers.
Mobile payment processors and card readers are the greatest way to accept payments from the palm of your hand, but which one is right for you? Check out our comparison of Square, Dwolla, and five others platforms for a closer look at the…
Ever donated money via PayPal Giving Fund? A lawsuit filed this week in Chicago suggests the way that PayPal operates the service means your money could have gone to a different charity without you knowing.