07/08/2010 // TiffNews10 // News Desk
Kuala Lumpur – Facebook has joined forces with a company in Malaysia to give customers access to virtual currency for the purchase of games, gifts, goods, and services online. As reported by AFP, the social networking site has reached a deal with payment service provider MOL AccessPortal, that will allow customers to purchase Facebook Credits.
Vaughan Smith, Facebook’s business and corporate development director, is quoted in the report as stating of the company’s desire to have website developers and owners to provide site content, “We want to make it very easy for people to make lots of money building on top of Facebook… What we want to do is create a virtual currency which makes it very simple and straightforward for our users to buy services when they are using games and services on Facebook.”
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