Venmo Raises Rate For Instant Transfers

Venmo, the digital payment unit of PayPal, has raised the fee for instant transfers when moving money from their account to a traditional bank account, according to reports. Reports citing an email Venmo sent to users late last week said the fee is going up to one percent of the transferred amount, with the payment company taking a $0.25 fee at

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Two US Senators Call On India To Relax Data Rules

U.S. Senators John Cornyn and Mark Warner, co-chairs of the Senate India caucus, sent a letter to India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him to soften his stance on rules that require customer data to be stored locally. Reuters, citing the letter, reported the Senators urged Modi to have a lighter touch in the customer data storage regulatory framework so

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Bitcoin Daily: Bitcoin Loses $18M, Microsoft Uses Blockchain To Give Consumers More Control Over Personal Data

Bitcoin was hit with an $18 billion market loss in just three days. CNBC reported that the digital currency stock price fell below $6,200 for the first time in a month, ending the week about 5 percent lower. Other cryptocurrencies had an even worse week: Ether, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, dropped 12 percent, while the third largest, XRP,

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Trump’s not sure about believing climate science. The Saudis and Putin get the benefit of the doubt.

Trump’s 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl shows a lot about who the president thinks is worth believing and when. President Donald Trump likes to keep an open mind when it comes to a number of matters — sexual misconduct allegations, Vladimir Putin’s election meddling denials, the Saudi government’s insistence it knows nothing about the disappearance and possible murder of

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