GoCoin Brings Altcoin Payments to Shopify Merchants

GoCoin Brings Altcoin Payments to Shopify Merchants

GoCoin has become the latest payment processor to be integrated into the Shopify e-commerce platform, joining Coinbase and BitPay in offering cryptocurrency payments options to merchants on the platform. Unlike Coinbase and BitPay, however, GoCoin will allow merchants to take payments not only in bitcoin, but also the altcoins dogecoin and litecoin. Eric Benz, GoCoin's business development advisor, said the deal has been months in the making, and was only completed because Shopify merchants like GAW Miners asked the e-commerce platform for altcoin payment options. Benz explained: "In the....


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