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$0.998273
(0.02%)
0.00001564 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#154)
$381,313,185
5,972 BTC
Vol 24h
$2,418,033
37.8727 BTC
Circulating Supply
381,972,707.11
Max Supply
?
35 days agocoindesk
Stablecoin Issuers Want to Give Something Back in Multi-Trillion-Dollar Market Race
Amid a new generation of yield-bearing stablecoins, PayPal is confident in its purely payments-focused PYUSD.
47 days agocoindesk
PayPal Makes Retail Stablecoin Play with PYUSD on Solana
PYUSD has around 8,600 holders on the Ethereum blockchain and a market cap of a tick under $400,000
187 days agocoindesk
Aave Community Votes To Integrate PayPal’s Stablecoin
Majority of token holders favor onboard PYUSD in AAVE's Ethereum pool, the ongoing vote shows.
187 days agocryptodaily
PayPal’s PYUSD Stablecoin Turns To DeFi For Liquidity Boost
PayPal’s PYUSD stablecoin, which has been trailing more established stablecoins such as USDT and USDC, is leveraging DeFi to give itself a liquidity boost.
188 days agocoindesk
PayPal's Stablecoin Part of Third Largest Liquidity Pool on Curve
Curve's FRAXPYUSD liquidity pool, which went live on Dec. 27, boasts the third largest TVL of $135 million.
256 days agocryptodaily
PayPal Served with SEC Subpoena Over Its PayPal USD (PYUSD) Stablecoin
In its Q3 report, payments giant PayPal revealed that it had been served with a subpoena from the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Despite facing action, PayPal shares rose around 7% on Thursday.
256 days agocryptopotato
SEC Issues Subpoena to PayPal Over its PYUSD Stablecoin
PayPal launched PYUSD stablecoin, pioneering digital currency adoption for payments and transfers.
256 days agocoindesk
PayPal Faces SEC Subpoena Over Its PYUSD Stablecoin
Global payments giant PayPal (PYPL) received a subpoena from the U.S. SEC requesting documentation about its USD stablecoin on Wednesday.
256 days agocointelegraph
PayPal faces SEC action related to PYUSD stablecoin: Report
PayPal was the first significant fintech firm to adopt digital currencies for payments and transfers after launching its stablecoin in August.
288 days agocryptopotato
Users Can Now Trade XRP and DOGE Against PayPal’s Stablecoin
Crypto.com users are allowed to trade XRP, DOGE, and SOL against PYUSD.
291 day agocryptopotato
Crypto.com Partners PayPal to Become Preferred Exchange for PYUSD
The crypto trading platform has amassed and now holds the deepest liquidity for PYUSD trading pairs globally.
291 day agocointelegraph
Crypto.com to become preferred exchange for PayPal USD
PayPal launched its U.S. dollar-backed, Ethereum-built stablecoin in August 2023.
299 days agocryptopotato
PayPal’s PYUSD Stablecoin Launches On Venmo
PYUSD is now available to select Venmo users, with a full rollout coming over the next few weeks.
299 days agocointelegraph
PayPal rolls out PYUSD stablecoin to Venmo users
The payments platform said PayPal USD will be “rolling out fully in the coming weeks” after announcing its launch on Venmo.
302 days agocryptopotato
Paxos Affirms PYUSD Stability with New Transparency Report
Paxos, the issuer of the PayPal PYUSD stablecoin, has recently published an unaudited transparency report that emphasizes the full backing of PYUSD.
306 days agocointelegraph
PayPal PYUSD stablecoin is 100% backed: Paxos transparency report
The total assets held in PayPal USD custody “meet or exceed the token balance,” with total tokens outstanding amounting to $44.4 million as of Aug. 31, Paxos report states.
318 days agocryptopotato
Coinbase Joins Crypto Exchanges In Listing PayPal’s Stablecoin PYUSD
The largest US crypto exchange has some experimental plans for PYUSD.
323 days agonulltx
PayPal USD Versus USDT; Will Holders Buy This Game-Changing Token?
InQubeta has garnered attention as it combines AI technology and cryptocurrency to facilitate investment in AI start-ups. With deflationary tokenomics and NFT integration, this project aims to revolutionize the global AI ecosystem. In the stablecoin realm, PayPal USD and USDT (Tether) differ in their approaches. While PayPal USD operates within a regulated system, USDT leverages […]
325 days agocointelegraph
PayPal's PYUSD struggles with early adoption — Nansen
PayPal's stablecoin debut raised hopes for broader adoption and an introduction of cryptocurrencies to the masses. Early adoption trends paint a different picture.
328 days agocryptodaily
Coinbase Takes Equity Stake In Circle, To Shut Centre Consortium
Coinbase and Circle, the two entities behind USD Coin (USDC), have announced new terms that would change the governance and funding of the USDC stablecoin. The new terms will see Coinbase acquire an equity stake in Circle, with the two also shutting the Centre Consortium, which initially governed the stablecoin. Coinbase Takes Equity Stake The new agreement reflects the shifting economics and popularity of the USDC stablecoin and comes at a time when it is facing competition from other stablecoins in the market and an uncertain regulatory environment. Competing stablecoins include offshore rival Tether and the recently announced PayPal stablecoin. As part of the new terms, Circle will also be launching USDC on six new blockchains over the next few months. The company hopes this will increase the adoption of the stablecoin, although it has not provided any details about how. In an update published on its website, Circle stated, “Circle and Coinbase, the founding companies behind Centre Consortium, a jointly managed self-governance consortium for USDC, have agreed that with growing regulatory clarity for stablecoins in the U.S. and around the world, the requirement of a separate governance body like Centre is no longer needed.” It is also still unclear how big of a stake Coinbase got in Circle. However, what is known is that Coinbase did not give Circle cash for the deal, according to sources familiar with the matter. It is also not known which six blockchains will see the introduction of USDC. Circle did state back in September 2022 that it was looking to add Near, Polkadot, Optimism, and Cosmos. “USDC will be launching on six new blockchains between September and October, bringing multi-chain access of USDC up to 15 to continue accelerating USDC’s momentum with developers around the world.” A Strong Alignment For Long-Term Success Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire stated that the new arrangement helps to “tune up the economics in a way that felt really fair for both of us.” He further stated that the equity lays the foundation for a good, strong alignment for long-term success. Coinbase and Circle previously operated using a revenue-share agreement outlined in financial disclosure forms from both companies. The split was based on the amount of USDC distributed by each firm and the amount of USDC held on each platform. Under the new agreement, income generated through interest will be equally shared from off-platform USDC, such as USDC held in DeFi wallets. A Major Change For USDC The shuttering of Centre is a significant change for USDC. The initial whitepaper showed Centre as a steward for a global, interoperable payments network that focused on consumers and would include a number of fiat-backed tokens. However, so far, Centre has only launched USDC, while Circle issued a euro-backed stablecoin which was accessible on two blockchains. However, recent initiatives around USDC have targeted the crypto developer community. These include the launch of cross-blockchain transfers and programmable wallets, which also reflect on the predominance of DeFi. Governance To Shift Under Circle Centre initially described itself as a consortium but only included Coinbase and Circle as members. This is because partnerships with other firms did not materialize. The organization, at one point, had over 20 employees, although this figure dwindled to under 10 in recent months. The new arrangement will see the governance of USDC shift under Circle. According to Allaire, governance under a separate entity like Centre was no longer needed as governments worldwide developed and adopted stablecoin legislation. Spurring Growth For the moment, Coinbase and Circle face a different challenge, that of spurring the growth of USDC. Back in March, Circle revealed that around $3.3 billion of the reserves backing USDC were stuck at Silicon Valley Bank. As a result, the stablecoin had briefly lost its peg to the dollar. However, the price recovered after the federal government guaranteed Circle’s deposits with the bank. However, USDC has seen a considerable decline in its market share, with most of the stablecoin market moving to Tether. Tether’s market cap is currently around $83 billion, while USDC is around $26 billion. The stablecoin markets have also seen a considerable shakeup with the introduction of PayPal’s PYUSD stablecoin, launched in partnership with Paxos. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
328 days agocryptodaily
Coinbase Takes Equity Stake In Circle, To Shut Centre Consortium
Coinbase and Circle, the two entities behind USD Coin (USDC), have announced new terms that would change the governance and funding of the USDC stablecoin. The new terms will see Coinbase acquire an equity stake in Circle, with the two also shutting the Centre Consortium, which initially governed the stablecoin. Coinbase Takes Equity Stake The new agreement reflects the shifting economics and popularity of the USDC stablecoin and comes at a time when it is facing competition from other stablecoins in the market and an uncertain regulatory environment. Competing stablecoins include offshore rival Tether and the recently announced PayPal stablecoin. As part of the new terms, Circle will also be launching USDC on six new blockchains over the next few months. The company hopes this will increase the adoption of the stablecoin, although it has not provided any details about how. In an update published on its website, Circle stated, “Circle and Coinbase, the founding companies behind Centre Consortium, a jointly managed self-governance consortium for USDC, have agreed that with growing regulatory clarity for stablecoins in the U.S. and around the world, the requirement of a separate governance body like Centre is no longer needed.” It is also still unclear how big of a stake Coinbase got in Circle. However, what is known is that Coinbase did not give Circle cash for the deal, according to sources familiar with the matter. It is also not known which six blockchains will see the introduction of USDC. Circle did state back in September 2022 that it was looking to add Near, Polkadot, Optimism, and Cosmos. “USDC will be launching on six new blockchains between September and October, bringing multi-chain access of USDC up to 15 to continue accelerating USDC’s momentum with developers around the world.” A Strong Alignment For Long-Term Success Circle CEO Jeremy Allaire stated that the new arrangement helps to “tune up the economics in a way that felt really fair for both of us.” He further stated that the equity lays the foundation for a good, strong alignment for long-term success. Coinbase and Circle previously operated using a revenue-share agreement outlined in financial disclosure forms from both companies. The split was based on the amount of USDC distributed by each firm and the amount of USDC held on each platform. Under the new agreement, income generated through interest will be equally shared from off-platform USDC, such as USDC held in DeFi wallets. A Major Change For USDC The shuttering of Centre is a significant change for USDC. The initial whitepaper showed Centre as a steward for a global, interoperable payments network that focused on consumers and would include a number of fiat-backed tokens. However, so far, Centre has only launched USDC, while Circle issued a euro-backed stablecoin which was accessible on two blockchains. However, recent initiatives around USDC have targeted the crypto developer community. These include the launch of cross-blockchain transfers and programmable wallets, which also reflect on the predominance of DeFi. Governance To Shift Under Circle Centre initially described itself as a consortium but only included Coinbase and Circle as members. This is because partnerships with other firms did not materialize. The organization, at one point, had over 20 employees, although this figure dwindled to under 10 in recent months. The new arrangement will see the governance of USDC shift under Circle. According to Allaire, governance under a separate entity like Centre was no longer needed as governments worldwide developed and adopted stablecoin legislation. Spurring Growth For the moment, Coinbase and Circle face a different challenge, that of spurring the growth of USDC. Back in March, Circle revealed that around $3.3 billion of the reserves backing USDC were stuck at Silicon Valley Bank. As a result, the stablecoin had briefly lost its peg to the dollar. However, the price recovered after the federal government guaranteed Circle’s deposits with the bank. However, USDC has seen a considerable decline in its market share, with most of the stablecoin market moving to Tether. Tether’s market cap is currently around $83 billion, while USDC is around $26 billion. The stablecoin markets have also seen a considerable shakeup with the introduction of PayPal’s PYUSD stablecoin, launched in partnership with Paxos. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
329 days agocointelegraph
PayPal’s new PYUSD stablecoin faces legal headwinds and ‘less functionality’
Industry experts explain the benefits and disadvantages of PayPal’s PYUSD stablecoin.
334 days agocoindesk
How PayPal Upended the Crypto Debate in Washington D.C.
The fintech giant’s PYUSD stablecoin has forced a rethink among Democratic policymakers who previously resisted federal legislation, says John Rizzo.
336 days agocointelegraph
What is PayPal USD, and how does it work?
PayPal has launched its own stablecoin, dubbed PayPal USD (PYUSD). The coin is only available to American customers.

About PayPal USD?

The live price of PayPal USD (PYUSD) today is 0.998273 USD, and with the current circulating supply of PayPal USD at 381,972,707.11 PYUSD, its market capitalization stands at 381,313,185 USD. In the last 24 hours PYUSD price has moved 0.00128 USD or 0.00% while 2,624,225 USD worth of PYUSD has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of PYUSD puts it at #154 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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PayPal USD Price0.998273 USD
Market Rank#154
Market Cap381,313,185 USD
24h Volume2,418,033 USD
Circulating Supply381,972,707.11 PYUSD
Max SupplyNo data
Yesterday's Market Cap381,431,808 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.997304 USD / 0.998584 USD
Yesterday's High / Low1.002 USD / 0.993499 USD
Yesterday's Change
0.00% ( 0.00128 USD )
Yesterday's Volume2,624,225 USD
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