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article Newsweek says it will stop reporting on the company that makes Paypal and other online payments.
It will instead focus on the digital currency Bitcoin, a new way to send money around the world.
PayPal CEO David Marcus announced the change during a live conference call Monday afternoon.
The company said the move would help improve the reliability and security of its payments and ensure that customers and merchants can use the service with confidence.
Marcus said the company had received thousands of complaints from merchants and consumers about the lack of transparency and security in the system, and he hopes the move will encourage more merchants to switch to the digital payments network.
The move is not the first time Newsweek has made a change in how it reports on Bitcoin.
In December, Newsweek published an article on how the digital currencies Bitcoin and Ethereum are making it easier to trade them on major exchanges like Bittrex and Kraken.
The changes come after Newsweek published a piece on Tuesday titled “How Paypal Is Changing the Way People Trade Money.”
It also said the news organization had contacted several people associated with PayPal, and it would continue to do so.
Paypal said Monday it would not be taking any action against Newsweek.
Marcus said Newsweek had asked the company to remove the article, and the company said it would do so within 48 hours.
Payment technology company Coinbase said in a statement that it will continue to support Paypal as it has done for years.
The statement also said that Newsweek has been providing the site with accurate information about its services.
Newsweek’s news coverage has been critical of Paypal for years, including the stories about the bank’s use of a fake address to move more than $5 million in illegal money from a Hong Kong bank to the U.S.
Payments company Coinbase has previously faced legal problems with Paypal.
In 2013, the company was fined $20 million by the U:S.
Department of Justice for not reporting the sale of bitcoins in an illegal way.