Coinbase Lists PayPal USD as Binance Cuts BUSD Support

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Coinbase Lists PayPal USD as Binance Cuts BUSD Support. Coinbase added PayPal's stablecoin, PYUSD, while Binance decided to stop support for its BUSD due to regulatory challenges.

Coinbase Lists PayPal USD

Today, Coinbase announced that PayPal USD (PYUSD) is available for trading on its platform. PayPal’s stablecoin will start trading with the “experimental asset label”  indicating that it has either low trading volume or is newly introduced to the platform.

This move coincides with Binance’s decision today to cut support for their BUSD stablecoin by 2024 due to regulatory concerns. Both PayPal USD and Binance USD are issued by the same company, Paxos.

Coinbase had previously suspended trading for Binance USD (BUSD) in March following an order from New York financial regulators to halt the issuance of BUSD due to “unresolved issues” and its relationship with Binance.

In June, the SEC classified BUSD as a security and expressed concerns about its use for staking purposes.

While Binance faces regulatory scrutiny from all fronts, PayPal Holdings Inc. stands on more solid regulatory ground.

PayPal is subject to strict US regulatory oversight as a publicly traded company and a money transmitter. In 2022, PayPal received a BitLicense from the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS).

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