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Facebook Credits Update: Faster Payments, Greater International Reach

On the same day that PayPal announced its peer-to-peer Facebook payments app, it also updated Facebook Credits, the company's virtual currency for buying goods in games and apps on the site. Facebook Credits now includes a resolved known pay flow issue, updated payment methods for international markets and an updated transfer policy. Facebook resolved a known pay flow issue that had significantly slowed payments.
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