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PayPal Crypto makes its first international expansion outside U.S.
PayPal on Monday announced that it has rolled out cryptocurrency services in the U.K. This marks PayPal crypto products’ first international expansion outside the U.S. market. Following this launch, PayPal’s UK customers can now buy or sell crypto products like bitcoin or lithium with as little as 1 euro. Although not confirmed, the payment giant is likely to launch its crypto services to more lucrative markets in the coming months. PayPal officially entered the crypto market in October last year amid much fanfare.
Russia wants Google and Apple to remove this app from its store
Off late, Russia is serving yet another reminder about its internet censorship antics. According to latest report, Russian government is badly rankled by an app that is run by an opposition party. Known as Navalyn app, Russian government claims that this app poses a security threat to the government. Russia has already branded the organization FBK, which operates Navalyn app, as a terrorist organization.
T Mobile Data Breach impacted nearly 53 Mn customers
T-Mobile’s ongoing investigation has confirmed that nearly 53 Mn customers were impacted by the data breach that was reported last week. This, by the way, is a tentative number and can increase as the investigation progresses further. Until now, the mobile giant has maintained that its customers’ financial details are safe and only non-financial details of its customers have been compromised.
Top Executives depart Jeff Bezos’ Space Company Blue Origin
According to CNBC report, nearly 17 top engineers have exited the Blue Origin company during the last few week. This is likely to dampen Jeff Bezos’ euphoric mood following his successful flight to the space barely few weeks back. The CNBC report claims that most of the engineers have already joined the rival companies including the Space X.