What's the quickest way I can buy some bitcoin at a decent rate? I'm a Canadian with about $5,000 USD in Paypal. I can also use credit card or e-transfer. I'm a serious noob (pls no bully). I want to buy so I can deposit into a Bitmex trading account.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Some of the rates I'm seeing are ridiculous. Like paying $10k USD for 1 Bitcoin when the current market rate is around $7,200.
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What's the quickest way I can buy some bitcoin at a decent rate? I'm a Canadian with about $5,000 USD in Paypal. I can also use credit card or e-transfer. I'm a serious noob (pls no bully). I want to buy so I can deposit into a Bitmex trading account. /r/Bitcoin
[USA-GA] [H] Barely used MSI GE60 Apache-469 laptop [W] Any of Square Cash, Google Wallet, Bitcoin, or PayPal; OR trade for new / lightly used similar laptop with IPS screen
Thanks to everyone who commented and gave me advice. Since I was still within the return period of my computer purchase, usyed1 suggested I try to ask to have my restocking fee waived for the return, and Newegg agreed to it! So, I'll be shipping it back to them promptly, and will keep an eye out for better computer deals in the new year (maybe after Broadwell lands...or maybe after Skylake arrives!) This time, I'm not gonna make any purchase without knowing beforehand, the exact display model that's included. I don't know what the deal is with cheap screens, even in FHD, apparently, but it's just ridiculous! So, this deal is closed now. Should I just go ahead and delete this post?
12-23 22:43 - 'I'm long on REQ. it's done well so far with some great upside left. It's aiming to be the Paypal/Venmo 2.0 of blockchain payments and invoicing. Trades for $0.30 right now with a market cap of $200M (less than 1% of BTC marke...' by /u/plunditry removed from /r/Bitcoin within 58-68min
I like Square as a company and see a lot of people are bullish about it. However, a few things stop me from investing. Be interested to hear thoughts but at the moment I am a Square bear. Management Jack Dorsey is a visionary. I don’t think this is controversial. However, his track record at Twitter is worrying for shareholders. Be it daily active user growth, ambition with acquisitions but ultimately failure to monetise a fantastic platform where you have big corporations, celebrities and even the President reaching out to 200m daily active users for free. With Square, the closed loop business model of businesses and consumers is again a fantastic concept that could break the power of Visa/Mastercard. Execution remains to be seen, of course. Competition Square operate in a highly competitive field for consumers and businesses. Let’s take consumers based on Square’s fast-growing Cash App. It offers things a normal bank does like deposits, ATM access, money transfer. If it becomes a fully-fledged bank offering loans, credit; it is competing against the likes of big incumbents (e.g. JP Morgan, Bank of America). Granted they’re dinosaur firms but they already have a huge customer base that are older and, therefore, have more money and deposits. This means it is much easier for them to monetise their customers resulting in high ARPU. Why would these lucrative customers, en-masse, want to uproot their finances to Square when their existing providers will be providing the same service by copying Square, as JP Morgan have done this week? Link For businesses, Square’s provides software offering (invoicing, PoS, online store) but face strong competition from the likes of Shopify who are taking a fully integrated service approach to SMEs which allows them to take their business online but also manage all their backend processes, including payments. This is a highly convenient service for entrepreneurs. Shopify already has 6% share of the online retail market. Square also provides hardware products which make it easy for SMEs, in particular, to take payments. However, there is evidence that retail is facing a more permanent shift in the US vs. the rest of the world with 60% less footfall today than a year ago Link. 58% of Square’s GPV is from food/drink, retail and professional services. Square may have good market share but it is a shrinking industry. And as a final piece, competitors in both spaces are generally in very healthy financial shape: Paypal, Shopify, Global Payments, Western Union and big banks are well-capitalised. Valuation Perhaps you can get over the above with the fact that Square has strong network effects and are able to win customers cheaply. However, in my opinion, Square is priced for perfection. Simply looking at a price/sales metric, it is trading 13x LTM. This is high but maybe relatively reasonable for a fast-growing business. However, 25% of Square’s revenue is accounted by Bitcoin “revenue”. This brings little value to Square (2% gross profit) and even Square themselves discount this revenue in their KPIs because it is “out of their control and not reflective of Square’s performance”. Now onto profits. It is not fair to be too hard on Square’s profitability. After all, it is in high growth phase and its marketing costs were its highest opex line item at roughly 35% for YTD. However, a cursory look at it is Enterprise Value / EBITDA (forward look to Dec2020), it is 242x. If we give credit for Square’s business plan for a further two years, today’s Enterprise Value over broker consensus forecast EBITDA for 2022, it is still a heady 77x. This is when Square is supposed to have EBITDA of $1bn which is three times more than it is forecast for Dec 2020. Priced to perfection. If you compare it to Paypal, it is trading at 39x and 27x EV / EBITDA for Dec 2020 and 2022. Conclusion Square has formidable backers like Ark Invest. I am also not a great believer in “dumb retail” overvaluing a stock for a prolonged period of time. But for reasons above, I am cautious with Square and yet it keeps climbing so please tell me what I am missing…
Is it possible to buy bitcoins with paypal and THEN trade bitcoins for money on my bank account?
I have a big amount of money on my paypal account but I don't want to connect my bank account to it. Would something like that be possible? Or maybe you guys know any other way to get money from paypal to a bank account that don't require my credit card info?
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