The Facebook Libra cryptocurrency project is constantly losing the backing of mainstream giants. The latest businesses to quit cooperation with this digital currency include Visa, Mastercard, eBay and Stripe following suit after Paypal announcement to quit cooperation as regulators move on with scrutinizing Libra.
Bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency on the market, has outshined the online payment processing bull PayPal in the total number of yearly transactions. From the data given by Global Statistics portal, Bitcoin (BTC) had $1.3 trillion worth of transaction volume last year and PayPal had $578.65 billion.
Significant world online payments system PayPal has rolled out a distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based reward system for all of its workers. Michael Todasco, a PayPal director, was cited elaborating on the platform launch in a report published by Cheddar, the financial news channel, on December 6, 2018. Everything is kept on a blockchain tech ledger, and the program is now live.
After long last, the world’s first developer-friendly cryptocurrency payment solution has arrived. Introducing OPEN: The world’s first interoperable crypto payment solution for apps, d-apps, and websites is now available on KuCoin, supported trading pairs include OPEN/BTC and OPEN/ETH.
Despite displaying obvious interest in crypto for the last year or year and a half, the masses are weary of adopting it as a payment method outright. This largely has to do with the uncertain/risky nature of cryptocurrency, as it lives in a kind of wild west state without official consumer protection laws protecting users.
John Rainey, who works as a CFO at PayPal, one of the largest companies on the financial market, claimed in a recent interview with the World Street Journal that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could be the popular payment media in perspective.
E-commerce is a vital part of any business. With the introduction of online payment platforms, there is no denying that shopping and other online transactions have become much easier. An example of a revolutionary discovery is Paypal.
Bitquence has released multiple demos showcasing a user experience walkthrough of multiple new token features. The Bitquence token “BQX” is designed to be a mobile, on-the-go liquid token inspired by companies like Ripple and Paypal.