Bitwala Now Lets Users Send Bitcoin to Paypal Accounts

Bitwala Now Lets Users Send Bitcoin to Paypal Accounts

Bitwala's newest feature allows users to send Bitcoin to any PayPal account, anywhere in the world. Crypto-to-SEPA payments service platform Bitwala is now offering its users the means to send Bitcoin to any PayPal account with the simple requisite of a PayPal email address. The company charges a flat fee at 0.5% of the transacted amount. In a blog post today, Bitwala made the announcement along with launching the feature with immediate effect. Additional details revealed that the Euro is the accepted currency presently and all transfers made toward destination PayPal accounts will be done....


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Irrespective of your opinion, the rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies cannot be ignored. Today, there are a number of billion dollar businesses that accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. These include Dell, Reddit, Expedia, PayPal, and most recently, Microsoft. So for the uninitiated who have not yet grasped what Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are, you ought to catch up.

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