PayPal Survey Asks Questions Regarding Bitcoin

PayPal Survey Asks Questions Regarding Bitcoin

In a recent PayPal survey regarding online shopping and payment methods, PayPal asked Reddit user SwiftBoatVet whether or not they used Bitcoin as a method of payment for goods and services. That's when Vet startedtaking screenshots of the questions that PayPal began asking once they said yes. CCN. In a post on Reddit, Vet stated, "Halfway through, the questions changed to Bitcoin specific. There were about four to five pages comparing PayPal and Bitcoin." The questions, documented throughout this article, were asking Vet to rate PayPal against Bitcoin on a scale from one to ten; one being....

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There will be a future where people will use Bitcoin, and they won’t even know they’re using it. At that point it’s everywhere — it’s a part of global finance, it’s a part of our everyday lives. In the same way using email was very difficult and the edge of technology… it’s always difficult, it’s problematic, it’s painful to use, and we’re at that point in Bitcoin right now. The point where we’re beyond it is the point where people don’t think of email as the bleeding edge of tech because it works so well everyone uses it… I think it’s going to get to that point.

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