Both PayPal & eBay are also considering integration of Bitcoin into their payment services

By November 2, 2014Bitcoin Business
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Listen, we're on the verge of accepted payment system becoming a mass market-accepted payment system. And when Bitcoin goes fully mainstream, we could see the value of accounts absolutely skyrocket. As it grows, it may continue to make its users extremely wealthy. Turning every $1,000 into $10,000... or even far more... in just 12 months.

Already, a company called BitPay provides a payroll service to companies that enables them to pay their employees in Bitcoin. BitPay already serves over 20,000 companies and is still growing its customer base by over 1,000 per week.

Shoppers can purchase merchandise at major retailers like Overstock, Amazon, CVS, and Target using Bitcoin as payment. You can use it to buy a brownstone in New York City. Or to buy poker chips at major casinos in Vegas. You can even pay for flights across the country in Bitcoin at CheapAir.com

All without ever getting out your credit card and jeopardizing your personal information. In fact, it won't be long before you never need to get that credit card or debit card out again. Or pay all the annoying fees and interest that go along with it.

The ease and cheap transactions provided by Bitcoin are attracting small businesses to the network as well. Brick-and-mortar retailers are adopting Bitcoin at a breakneck rate. Florists, bars, and restaurants are all accepting Bitcoin in cities around the country. But that's nothing compared with the growth to come...

PayPal, the largest Internet payment service, has been considering integration of Bitcoin into its payment system. PayPal currently processes 60% of all Web transactions.

Such a merger could drastically increase the value of a single Bitcoin... five... 10... or even 20 times. But even that may just signal the beginning.

According to an anonymous source uncovered by our investigation, PayPal's parent company, eBay, the largest Internet auction site in the world, is also considering adding Bitcoin transactions to its payment services. eBay processed about $150 billion in transactions in 2012, and is shooting for $300 billion by 2015. Even 1% of eBay's market in transactions would mean enormous gains for Bitcoin's value.

Imagine what will happen if two of the largest online trading companies begin accepting Bitcoin as payment... Not only could paying for items get easier, cheaper, and safer... But the price will explode. And if you act now, you could make a fortune.

Rest assured, bankers, investors, and thousands of other Americans are poised to take advantage of this once-in-a-century opportunity.

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Listen, we’re on the verge of accepted payment system becoming a mass market-accepted payment system. And when Bitcoin goes fully mainstream, we could see the value of accounts absolutely skyrocket. As it grows, it may continue to make its users extremely wealthy. Turning every $1,000 into $10,000… or even far more… in just 12 months.

Already, a company called BitPay provides a payroll service to companies that enables them […]

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