Soon cash and credit cards will be a thing of the past. PayPal is allowing customers to make transactions using multiple cryptocurrencies. This time the company opened its doors to not only bitcoin, but also Litecoin, Ethereum, and bitcoin cash. What’s more? You can enjoy this new feature without paying extra transactional charges. Commissioner Hester Peirce of the Securities and Exchange Commission explains in this Fox Business video how this will influence digital payments. She believes that customers are getting more comfortable with cryptocurrencies becoming more mainstream. Companies like Tesla, Square, Bank of NY Mellon, Robinhood, Fidelity, Morgan Stanley, MicroStrategy, and VISA are also trying their luck.