PayPal Supporting Litecoin and Dogecoin, GoCoin CEO Confirms

PayPal Supporting Litecoin and Dogecoin, GoCoin CEO Confirms

Yesterday, finance giant PayPal announced partnerships with Coinbase, BitPay and GoCoin to dip their feet in the water with cryptocurrency. Bitcoin price surged upward upon hearing the news, going from being worth around $400 to being worth $450 in a matter of minutes. Now, the CEO of GoCoin confirmed that Bitcoin won't be the only cryptocurrency benefiting from the PayPal partnership. PayPal is supporting Dogecoin and Litecoin payments as well. In a tweet, CEO of GoCoin Steve Beauregard told followers that Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Litecoin would be available to PayPal merchants: Pleased to....


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Bitcoin does not put limits on what you can and cannot sell, it doesn’t randomly revoke your ability to send or receive money and there are no arbitrary waiting limits or minimum amounts that you need to have in order to have an account.

Cameron Ruggles, Founder of Vesp.co, Inc.