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    Will bitcoin overcome paypal?

    It looks good, bitcoing is growing and it has many advantages. What do you think about it?
     

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    Of course it will over paypal because bitcoin has positive aspects like low feeds and fast transfers and like you said the community of bitcoin is growing very fast and anything is possible
     

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    Yes, I also want to add that more people are using bitcoin as a payment method. Nowdays many online stores are using bitcoin for shopping online so I think that is a matter of time
     

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    I believe bitcoin will grow to destroy PayPal's monopoly some day and I must tell you that PayPal is aware of this. In 2015 or so, they appointed a blockchain expert and bitcoin promoter (the founder of XAPO) as one of the company's board of director. Then in 2016 PayPal struck a deal with the american bitcoin bitcoin exchange giant coinbase. They did all these just to keep an eye on bitcoin and probably accept it into their system.

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    I can't stand paypal to be honest. They closed a few accounts I had and stole my balance for 6 months...still waiting to get access to my funds. They can do this for any reason they see fit. I hope bitcoin and crypto in general destroys them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    I can't stand paypal to be honest. They closed a few accounts I had and stole my balance for 6 months...still waiting to get access to my funds. They can do this for any reason they see fit. I hope bitcoin and crypto in general destroys them.
    You correct, I'm for PayPal's dead, I faced same issue even as a buyer, can you imagine? Cryptocurrency is gradually taking over the world especially if the US government accepts it into the financial world, just be rest assured that PayPal is as good as dead. They dance to every music the SEC plays, while they're making lots of money out of us, they still hold back, limit us from using our funds the way we want it. This won't continue.

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    I agree with you guys. In the last years there were many issues with paypal, they close accounts, "stole" account balances or freeze accounts for months. It is a headache and we need something like bitcoin as a replacement
     

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    Of course, my answer is yes. Bitcoin is one of the best alternatives outhere for transferring money, also one of the main advantages of bitcoin is that it requires small amount of fees. On the other hand sometimes we are not happy with the way that paypal charge us with fees. It has a lot of potential so I think it is a matter of time
     

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    I think that paypal its just a payment method, BTC is a payment method and can also be use as investment, can be use for shopping online and it has many advantages so for me it is just time
     

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    Ledger Wallet protects your bitcoins
    In my opinion I think it's already over come PayPal especially in terms of functionality and the technology behind it. The only thing that's left is only global acceptance and it is a matter of time
     

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