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Survey of Bitcoin, Other Peer-to-Peer Payments

As a favor to a friend at Consumer Action, I am reposting their survey request:

Consumer Action is conducting a survey on how consumers use peer-to-peer (P2P) payments and online tools designed to facilitate them.

P2P payments, sometimes called person-to-person payments, allow you to pay someone without cash or a check, even if the recipient can't accept credit or debit cards. For example, electronic P2P payments let you cover your share of a restaurant tab, reimburse a friend for tickets to a movie, or pay your babysitter, housekeeper and other individuals, usually with just a few taps on your smartphone or computer keyboard.

Help us out by taking the survey. Even if you haven't used peer-to-peer payment tools, you'll have a chance to tell us why you haven't.

Click here to take the survey.