What currencies does PayPal for Marketplaces support?
PayPal for Marketplaces enables you to accept payments in currencies across the globe, including:
See PayPal's Receiving Money webpage for more details.
- Canadian Dollars
- British Pounds
- U.S. Dollars
- Japanese Yen
- Australian Dollars
- New Zealand Dollars
- Swiss Francs
- Hong Kong Dollars
- Singapore Dollars
- Swedish Kronor
- Danish Kroner
- Polish Zlotys
- Norwegian Kroner
- Hungarian Forints
- Czech Koruny
- Israeli Shekels
- Mexican Pesos
- Brazilian Real (for Brazilian customers only)
- Malaysian Ringgits (for Malaysian customers only)
- Philippine Pesos
- New Taiwan Dollars
- Thai Baht
- TRY for Turkish Liras (for Turkish customers only)
- Russian Rubles
See PayPal's Receiving Money webpage for more details.
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