Bitcoin to Paypal Exchange Against Terms of Acceptable Use Policy

Bitcoin to Paypal Exchange Against Terms of Acceptable Use Policy

Since September, an increasing number of bitcoin startups and exchange have begun offering bitcoin-to-paypal payment processing services, allowing users to send bitcoin to international paypal accounts with substantially low transaction and conversion fees. Exchanges such as Bitwala, leading European bitcoin payment company have introduced secure and quick bitcoin-to-paypal transfer service, with service fees ranging from 0.5% to 4%. "For only 0.5% fee we transfer Bitcoin to PayPal accounts you want. You don't need a bank account or a credit card. Bitcoin makes services like PayPal....


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Bitcoin enables certain uses that are very unique. I think it offers possibilities that no other currency allows. For example the ability to spend a coin that only occurs when two separate parties agree to spend the coin; with a third party that couldn’t run away with the coin itself.

Pieter Wuille, Software Engineer