eGifter Partners with GoCoin to Accept Dogecoin, Litecoin Payments

eGifter Partners with GoCoin to Accept Dogecoin, Litecoin Payments

US company eGifter is to triple its digital currency payment options and start accepting both dogecoin and litecoin, thanks to a new partnership with payments platform GoCoin. eGifter already accepts bitcoin for its gift cards that give customers access to over 100 brands - including big name retailers like Amazon, Gap and Walmart - and the new additions will be welcomed by those with some altcoins to spend. While there is already a large and fast-expanding base of merchants that accept bitcoin, dogecoin and litecoin are far less represented and, in doge's case, used more for....


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