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PayPal Withdraws NFT Purchase Protections

PayPal has announced revisions to its Seller Protection Program, with notable changes affecting Non-Fungible Token (NFT) transactions starting May 20.

Under the updated terms, PayPal will no longer protect NFT transactions, including those exceeding $10,000. This decision marks a shift in the company’s approach to buyer protection within the NFT market, indicating the industry’s growing maturity.

While this move may raise concerns among NFT buyers and sellers regarding dispute resolution and customer support, it also prompts sellers to implement stricter validation measures to mitigate risks.

Some speculate that PayPal’s decision aims to reduce interest in its NFT marketplace and foster more standardized transactions, reflecting broader concerns in the fintech realm about digital asset regulations.

This policy change underscores the evolving landscape of digital assets and highlights the need for greater caution among financial institutions and market participants alike.

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PayPal Withdraws NFT Purchase Protections

was first posted on April 27, 2024 at 7:04 pm.
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