Crypto-Currencies: PayPal Rewards Employees with Tokens

Crypto-Currencies: PayPal Rewards Employees with Tokens

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  • The e-payment specialist PayPal introduces an internal Blockchain-based incentive for rewarding employees: tokens in exchange for contributing ideas and sending them through a dedicated platform for centralising innovative developments.

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