Paypal for a $2.5 million computer system
A $2,5 million PayPal system to help banks and credit unions set up payment systems was unveiled by PayPal on Monday.
The PayPal PayPals are being used by banks and other financial institutions across the U.S. as well as in developing countries, and have already been adopted by the World Bank, which has said they are more secure than existing systems.
They have the added benefit of being easy to install and manage, as they only need to be connected to a bank’s ATM, the bank can monitor them and automatically set up new payments.
The system works by sending a request to a PayPal server, where it can then be updated.
The server automatically sets up new payment instructions that the bank must then accept or decline.
For banks, the PayPalls come with some interesting features.
The company said they help banks set up and manage their own systems that are also used to process payments.
For example, it said it allows them to set up a PayPal account for a bank to manage.
They can also use them to process online payments.
The company said the PayPal PayPal system uses a new algorithm to ensure that payments are made quickly and securely.
It also allows customers to control the pace of payments, which is important for those who need to pay in quick succession.
The PayPasses can be used in several ways.
For merchants, they can be set up to handle all transactions at once.
For banks, they allow them to track transactions from accounts.
For companies, they enable them to control payments and manage inventory.
PayPal PayPal said it expects to have the system up and running by the end of the year.