PayPal will allow users to buy, sell cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin




Meltem Demirors, chief strategy officer of CoinShares, on PayPal’s moves in bitcoin. With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast …


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  1. Why is PayPal supporting Bitcoin? Bitcoin mining eats up tremendous resources and releases tons and tons of carbon to the atmosphere. PayPal has no right to pedal Bitcoin and call itself a green company. PayPal should pay heavy carbon tax for accelerating the mining of Bitcoin and furthering the destruction of the environment. Hypocritical corporate greed at its finest.

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  6. I'm sorry to inform you all that Paypal accepting Bitcoin is not good news for Bitcoin at all. Paypal dies not allow you to send or receive Bitcoin to anyone. Paypal doesn't accept your Bitcoin payments, and you can't withdraw any Bitcoin you buy on Paypal. What they are doing is selling you a fake Bitcoin or a Bitcoin derivative.

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