Facebook Credits, Hello Global Currency

October 14th, 2010 2 Comments

As predicted by many and reported by me, Facebook Credits is inching closer to becoming a global currency.

Facebook Taps PlaySpan’s UltimatePay To Offer 20 More Ways To Pay For Credits

Noteworthy:

While Users can already pay for Credits via PayPal, Facebook’s pre-paid cards, and through most credit cards; Facebook users will now be able to purchase Credits using UltimatePay options, including store-bought prepaid cards such as PaySafeCard, Wallie-card in Europe, MyCard and Gash cards in Taiwan, and payment services that are popular in specific countries, such as bank transfers in Germany, Brazil’s Boleto Bancario and Russia’s Webmoney.

Good idea, bad idea?


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