PayPal and bitcoin are both popular ways for people to pay bills.
They also work very well for getting people out of debt.
PayPal has become the world’s biggest payment network, with more than 2 billion customers and more than $200 billion in annual revenue.
Bitcoin is a payment network that has yet to get off the ground.
PayPal’s business model relies on a number of payment channels, including credit card, debit card, cash and prepaid cards.
The company doesn’t charge a fee for using its payment system, and it’s not required to accept Bitcoin as payment.
But PayPal is a major player in the world of payments.
In addition to PayPal, Bitcoin has gained traction as a way for consumers to pay.
According to data compiled by CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin accounts for about 13% of all cryptocurrency transactions.
And, the Bitcoin industry is growing at an exponential rate.
In the last six months alone, Bitcoin surged from $1,600 to more than five times that amount.
The biggest companies to capitalize on this trend are PayPal, Coinbase and BitPay.
According the data, Bitcoin was used to pay more than 30 million people in the U.S. in the last two months alone.
The top three companies on CoinMarketMarketCap are all based in the United States.
Coinbase has seen a lot of growth in the past year, according to the company’s quarterly earnings report.
Over the past three quarters, the company has seen its value rise from $2 billion to $11 billion.
BitPay has seen steady growth over the past four years, with its market cap topping $30 billion.
Over that same time period, the number of users it’s accepted to its platform has risen from about 6 million to nearly 10 million, according the company.
For most people, it’s still a bit of a mystery how to pay their bills.
But, one company has figured it out.
CoinDesk asked people who had used PayPal or Bitcoin for at least a year to tell us what they used for payments.
Here are some of the answers we received.
“PayPal is not required by law to accept Bitcoins.”
The majority of people who used PayPal to pay have opted for bitcoin as a payment method.
But a number have said that they’re not actually required to use the payment method and that they’ll pay using other options like credit cards or debit cards.
“I don’t think it’s required by the law to use Bitcoin.
It’s a way to circumvent the bank fees and fees that PayPal and Visa have to pay.”
Another person told CoinDesk that they use PayPal for all their online shopping, and they’ll also use bitcoin for certain other types of transactions.
“It’s a really good way to use PayPal if you want to make your payments via PayPal.”
Another customer told CoinDash that he uses bitcoin to pay his bills online, as well as to send money to his family.
“Bitcoin is a really great way to pay back debts.”
“It makes a lot more sense than paying with cash.”
“Paypal and the credit card companies are required by US law to offer a free and easy way to transfer money using Bitcoin.
It saves money on fees, which are often higher for payments made through credit cards and other financial institutions.” “
If you’re on a budget and are willing to use bitcoin, it makes sense to use it.
It saves money on fees, which are often higher for payments made through credit cards and other financial institutions.”
“You can use credit cards for a lot less than you used to, but you’re going to have to do some research.”
Another said that he used PayPal because he wanted to pay off his student loans, and because it was cheaper to send him money electronically.
“In the past I used a lot in terms of credit card debt.
With Bitcoin, I’m paying off my credit card bills in real time,” he told CoinDash.
“There are a lot fewer fees with PayPal, and a lot smaller processing times for PayPal.
I’d definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to do more payments.”
“My husband uses PayPal to make payments to his business.
I don’t use it for all my online shopping.”
“Bitcoin and the banking industry is still evolving.”
Some people said they use the credit cards to pay family members or friends.
Another customer said that she uses the credit and debit cards to make purchases, and she and her husband make payments using PayPal.
“With credit cards, you have to ask for a signature and a PIN,” she said.
“For debit cards, there’s no requirement for a signup or a PIN.”
A third customer told us that she also uses credit cards at her job.
“When I have an appointment, I usually pay with a credit card.
I have to verify my signature before I can take my paycheck.
It takes longer to process payments using the credit.”
Another man said he uses PayPal because of the low cost of money transfer.
“This way, I don,