PayPal and Coinbase Strike New Bitcoin Payout Agreement, Millions of Customers Affected

PayPal and Coinbase Strike New Bitcoin Payout Agreement, Millions of Customers Affected

The mega-wallet provider Coinbase and global payments leader PayPal have formed the start of a new agreement that will allow PayPal customers to do more than ever before with Bitcoin. PayPal is actively investing in Bitcoin’s future. As Bitcoin prices fluctuate wildly before the halving event next month, now taking a downturn even more impressive than its previous bull-run, the Bitcoin community continues to add infrastructure and forge major new deals that make for a stronger future. Bitcoin price and charts may change every day, but it is a good time to look beneath the numbers for true....


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