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Hi, I've been out of the loop of bitcoin for a long time now. I remember a few things on how you can send someone bitcoin using a credit card but it's been a while and things must have changed a lot.
So, here is the thing. I'm planning to launch a service and I really don't want to get paid with PayPal although I have an active account that can receive money without any problem. But I have reasons that make me want to avoid dealing with banks if I can afford to. (No, I'm not evading taxes, and I'm not doing anything illegal.)
My question is, would people be put off if I tell them I only take bitcoin? Is PayPal way too convenient that if, say, I got competition who accept PayPal that would enough incentive for them to go to them? Which bring me back to the main question of this thread: How convenient is it to send someone, say, 30$ or 15$ right now in bitcoin if you don't have any, nor even a wallet? And how long would the transaction take?
The other question is: if you're asked to compare the advantages and the disadvantages of each method of receiving payment against each other from a seller point of view, what would you say? Not that I care much, because my reason to avoid PayPal is much stronger than any disadvantage BitCoin might have. As long as the client is not too bothered by it.
My final question would be, if I'm to start this service today, which site should I recommend for the clients who don't have bitcoin or are absolutely cluess about this whole bitcoin thing.
Thank you for taking the time to read my post. And thanks in advance for taking the time to respond to it.