Bitcoin is the Future: PayPal Changes Terms of Service to Take Your Content

Bitcoin is the Future: PayPal Changes Terms of Service to Take Your Content

PayPal has joined forces with Bitcoin as a sort of keep-your-friends-close-and-your-enemies closer tactic. Bitcoin is designed to overtake and make obsolete services like Paypal and Western Union. It is faster, less expensive, and doesn't require their third-party services to accomplish the same objectives. It is a better PayPal, and they know it. Now that the Internet has borne this superior option, it would be wise for PayPal to foster a stronger connection with its customer base to keep them happy and in the fold, no? PayPal doesn't see it that way. In fact, they may be looking to drive....


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For much of history since its beginning in ancient Egypt, the essence of cryptography—which takes its name from the Greek words for “hidden” and “writing”—lay in encoding language to keep a message secret.

Paul Vigna, The Age of Cryptocurrency