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May 26, 2021, 06:16:39 PM
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Earlier paypal have started to allow people to buy sell cryptocurrency (a few) but that was totally a stupid idea (not allowing users to withdraw fund). But they are going to change their decision and allow users to withdraw fund. I think this is great decision.
Source- https://www.coindesk.com/paypal-will-let-customers-withdraw-crypto-exec-says
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May 26, 2021, 09:10:16 PM
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One line on the article got caught my attention..

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"On a rumour that PayPal plans to launch its own stablecoin, da Ponte was more downbeat. “This is way too early,” he said. "
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Wont be surprised that they would really be having their own coin but it doesnt really make a difference but honestly on the current changes that
they made then its actually a good news.

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May 26, 2021, 11:18:30 PM
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It is fairly easy to allow users to buy/sell crypto, all you would have to do is to use existing systems to check for available balance then send orders to a partner exchange. Allowing for crypto deposits and withdrawals is much more complex as you will need to manage the hot wallet and unspent outputs, to develop a system that doesn’t get tricked into sending the same withdrawal twice, etc.  A company holding millions or billions of dollars worth of bitcoin is not going to use existing open source software/solutions without first extensively testing said software, including how it integrates with their existing systems.

I am glad they will soon allow bitcoin withdrawals and hopefully this will stop most PayPal related scams around here. I don’t think I am the only one who finds this ironic though.

One line on the article got caught my attention..

PayPalCoin?
"On a rumour that PayPal plans to launch its own stablecoin, da Ponte was more downbeat. “This is way too early,” he said. "
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It looks like the author speculated about a PayPal stable coin, and PayPal shot down the speculation.
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May 26, 2021, 11:21:20 PM
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but now PayPal allows to buy and sell Bitcoin only for customers from USA? They still haven't launched this thing globally.
Having crypto on platform like PayPal without option to withdraw it, it means that you don't even have real crypto. You can't see it on Blockchain, it's just some numbers on your account. So, if they will allow to withdraw crypto, it will be big step.




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May 26, 2021, 11:27:56 PM
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it's good news, but I still don't see a change in my paypal account, it's May and it hasn't added new features to everyone's accounts yet, I'm wondering if someday I will also benefit from these new features. It is complicated to live in Africa, it seems to be a place forgotten by everyone. impressive that everything good does not arrive in africa

Correct me if I'm wrong, but now PayPal allows to buy and sell Bitcoin only for customers from USA? They still haven't launched this thing globally.

my fear is that even when they launch globally, in africa it is not covered and is restricted only to europe and some countries in asia and latin america


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May 26, 2021, 11:41:45 PM
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but now PayPal allows to buy and sell Bitcoin only for customers from USA? They still haven't launched this thing globally.
Having crypto on platform like PayPal without option to withdraw it, it means that you don't even have real crypto. You can't see it on Blockchain, it's just some numbers on your account. So, if they will allow to withdraw crypto, it will be big step.

The bigger step is if they launch it globally because this is where most of the adoption takes place, there are more Paypal users outside US who use their paypal account on freelance sites. In the currency exchange paypal users are making it a business to buy and sell coins, they are doing it online for now but once paypal allows user to withdraw coins, it could be easy to make transactions to friends.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but now PayPal allows to buy and sell Bitcoin only for customers from USA? They still haven't launched this thing globally.
Having crypto on platform like PayPal without option to withdraw it, it means that you don't even have real crypto. You can't see it on Blockchain, it's just some numbers on your account. So, if they will allow to withdraw crypto, it will be big step.

The bigger step is if they launch it globally because this is where most of the adoption takes place, there are more Paypal users outside US who use their paypal account on freelance sites. In the currency exchange paypal users are making it a business to buy and sell coins, they are doing it online for now but once paypal allows user to withdraw coins, it could be easy to make transactions to friends.

I believe they will go into that level. One step at a time.
They maybe realize that they are doing it wrong when users can't withdraw their coins to their own wallet.
So this move, is actually a good step to encourage their users to utilize their crypto services.
Because for long time crypto users, they won't touch PayPal when it comes to crypto transactions.

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May 27, 2021, 01:12:58 AM
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I was expecting this to happen from the very first day PayPal entered into cryptocurrency. As I was thinking, they are doing things step by step. The first step was letting some of their users buy, sell, and hodl crypto exclusively within their platform. That seemed to be a stupid idea to someone who has already been familiar with how cryptocurrencies should work. But I supposed those PayPal people who have carefully studied crypto should have already known beforehand that what they are offering is foolishness as far as what crypto represents. And they won't stick to it. They'd eventually do the right thing.





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This shouldn't really be a shock to anyone. Cash App went the same path of only allowing buying and selling at the beginning, then implementing withdrawals after a while.

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Indeed, but I don't understand why they've limited the whole thing to the US customers only [it doesn't make sense].

Having crypto on platform like PayPal without option to withdraw it, it means that you don't even have real crypto. You can't see it on Blockchain, it's just some numbers on your account. So, if they will allow to withdraw crypto, it will be big step.
Even if you can see it with an explorer or have the ability to withdraw it, it doesn't mean that you own anything unless it reaches your non-custodial wallet.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but now PayPal allows to buy and sell Bitcoin only for customers from USA? They still haven't launched this thing globally.
Having crypto on platform like PayPal without option to withdraw it, it means that you don't even have real crypto. You can't see it on Blockchain, it's just some numbers on your account. So, if they will allow to withdraw crypto, it will be big step.

The bigger step is if they launch it globally because this is where most of the adoption takes place, there are more Paypal users outside US who use their paypal account on freelance sites. In the currency exchange paypal users are making it a business to buy and sell coins, they are doing it online for now but once paypal allows user to withdraw coins, it could be easy to make transactions to friends.

I believe they will go into that level. One step at a time.
They maybe realize that they are doing it wrong when users can't withdraw their coins to their own wallet.
So this move, is actually a good step to encourage their users to utilize their crypto services.
Because for long time crypto users, they won't touch PayPal when it comes to crypto transactions.

That's very true in fact up to this day there might be PayPal users that still not going back to Paypal anymore despite them allowing users to purchase crypto. They are going to earn from withdrawal fees I guess now this will be another issue for crypto users who engage in Paypal transactions. They still are testing the waters and if it could turn something, they'd best just turn the platform into an exchange if they want to profit.


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May 27, 2021, 04:50:00 AM
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Indeed, but I don't understand why they've limited the whole thing to the US customers only [it doesn't make sense].

My confident guess is that they're simply playing it safe in terms of regulations. PayPal is a huge business that it really isn't worth risking things by being close to the sort of "danger zone", whereas they could potentially piss off governments of certain countries (à la Binance).

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May 27, 2021, 09:13:28 AM
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At least, that is good news from Paypal allow their users to withdraw coins to their own wallet as that can make them popular not just for the payment method but they can become exchange in the future. Maybe that is their plan in the future since becoming an exchange can give them more profit. But they need to open this option to all of their users as that can help people who use Paypal can also invest in crypto directly from their account. Paypal needs more time to fully integrate their system with the blockchain and we need to let them work.

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May 27, 2021, 09:18:31 AM
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I do not see this news as positive. Many PayPal users are interested in the price, not in the technology and I do not believe that they have a technical background and responsibility to bear and protect their digital wallets.

The real change will be when you can pay in cryptocurrencies at PayPal, i.e. when there is a PayPal gateway that manages cryptocurrencies then it will be possible to pay using Bitcoin at any site that accept PayPal.


Overall, it is good to see that they have not stopped accepting Bitcoin for reasons of sustainability.





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May 27, 2021, 09:34:08 AM
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Indeed, but I don't understand why they've limited the whole thing to the US customers only [it doesn't make sense].
PayPal has been using many countries and governments allow it to use. But at the same time, crypto hasn't been supported by many governments where PayPal is allowed to use. So if PayPal enables crypto for all countries then those countries that don't support Bitcoin would ban PayPal then. So I don't think PayPal will attempt to allow the use of cryptocurrency via their wallet at all. Most probably that's why they are wondering to launch their own stable coin which would support by other country's governments since the stable coin will be backed by the real USD.





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May 28, 2021, 03:45:41 AM
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I do not see this news as positive. Many PayPal users are interested in the price, not in the technology and I do not believe that they have a technical background and responsibility to bear and protect their digital wallets.

True. But unfortunately, some people need to learn the hard way. And not to mention that having the option and freedom of withdrawing their coins is no-where a bad thing. We could make the same arguments with Coinbase and Cash App or the whole cryptocurrency space in general— whereas most is still speculation.

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May 29, 2021, 05:38:32 AM
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Am sure PayPal did all this to first give themselves time to understand how the crypto market works before committing more resources to this.

Let's not forget crypto isn't like fiat, and for PayPal they understand this business quite well but when it comes to crypto its difficult to detect fraud and all illicit activities and to counter
this systems have to be put in place to try manage it which will take a lot of trail and error.

At the end of it all this is good news, bullish news to be precise!

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May 29, 2021, 08:55:12 AM
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Global payments giant PayPal plans to let users withdraw cryptocurrency to third-party wallets, its blockchain lead said.

The term is a bit confusing, do they mean sending cryptocurrency to any wallet/address (both non-custodial or custodial wallet)? Anyway, i hope they won't they anything ridiculous such as threatening to close their account if they deem user use the coin for things they don't like (deposit to casino, withdraw to coinjoin wallet, etc.).

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May 29, 2021, 05:06:43 PM
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Global payments giant PayPal plans to let users withdraw cryptocurrency to third-party wallets, its blockchain lead said.

The term is a bit confusing, do they mean sending cryptocurrency to any wallet/address (both non-custodial or custodial wallet)? Anyway, i hope they won't they anything ridiculous such as threatening to close their account if they deem user use the coin for things they don't like (deposit to casino, withdraw to coinjoin wallet, etc.).
My reading of the statement is they will allow withdrawals to arbitrary addresses. My guess is that if someone were to withdraw large amounts to sketchy websites, it would be frowned upon by PayPal.

I don’t think PayPal offers especially good rates, so I don’t see many people being affected by this.
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May 29, 2021, 10:15:41 PM
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Having crypto on platform like PayPal without option to withdraw it, it means that you don't even have real crypto. You can't see it on Blockchain, it's just some numbers on your account. So, if they will allow to withdraw crypto, it will be big step.
Even if you can see it with an explorer or have the ability to withdraw it, it doesn't mean that you own anything unless it reaches your non-custodial wallet.
I get your point, but still, I think it's big difference between custodial wallet and service which doesn't even allow to withdraw and deposit Bitcoins. Offcoursem non-custodial wallet is best to use, but it's different topic.

my fear is that even when they launch globally, in africa it is not covered and is restricted only to europe and some countries in asia and latin america
It's likely. After US, I think they will come to Europe first and Africa and Asia won't be covered soon. But I think it's all about the regulations, it's not that easy to launch such things globall as al we would like.




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