Nope.... The frustrating thing is, eBay has gotten away with it this long because frankly, they're "best in class" at what they do -- enabling online auction sales.
I don't know that eBay felt any real need to innovate when they're just the digital equivalent of the traditional auction house, which has remained essentially the same for hundreds of years?
Unfortunately for the users, eBay (especially with the PayPal merger) has really built an "all your base belong to us" model where they charge you to list an item, charge you a (ever increasing) percentage of any final sale prices, and profit AGAIN when the buyer pays using PayPal, which they conveniently made the ONLY allowable online payment mechanism.
This winds up screwing the users in another way
Cryptocoins (bitcoin, etc.) could turn out to force some change over at eBay/PayPal though, IMO. Right now, the auction site AND the payment service both have policies against allowing the sale of any cryptocoins. However, a lot of people are interested in the ability to purchase them directly from an owner, vs. getting on an exchange and placing buy orders like they were purchasing stock shares. The current system doesn't allow eBay/PayPal to conduct one of these transactions safely though (which may be why they disallow it). The REAL fix for them would involve upgrading PayPal to accept cryptocoins as a form of deposit. Will be interesting to see if it's willing to innovate in that manner or not.