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The team at Aliant Payment Systems is pleased to announce that it is now offering merchants the ability to accept Ethereum payments, with a Litecoin solution in its final testing phase.
Last September, Aliant became one of the first payment processors to offer a Bitcoin solution to merchants. Now we?re excited to take it a step further and bring a new cryptocurrency processing platform that enables merchants to accept not only Bitcoin, but also Ethereum and Litecoin. We see the benefit of bringing other coin options to merchants to speed up transactions, lock in an exchange rate, and offer a solution with less volatility. We also see the benefit of offering consumers a variety of coins they can pay with, because what consumer doesn?t love options?
Ethereum was tested in Q4 2017 and is now active on our payment processing platform. To be one of the first merchants to accept Ethereum payments, contact us now!
Litecoin is also on the platform, and we are in the final phase of testing. Our Litecoin solution is expected to roll out by the end of Q1 2018. We see Litecoin as a solution for everyday payments- think supermarkets, convenience stores, etc.
?The vision is always I wanted Litecoin to complement bitcoin?not compete,? said Litecoin?s creator Charlie Lee at a March Coinbase talk. ?Bitcoin can be used for like moving millions of dollars between banks, buying houses, buying cars. It?s really secure? Litecoin can be used for cheaper things.?
For more information, please contact Casey Kurlander at casey(at)www.aliantpayments.com.
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