A payment processing solutions provider, iPayment Inc., is opening the door to even more Litecoin (LTC) payments. iPayment has partnered with Aliant Payment Systems Inc., a digital payment provider that is a leader in cryptocurrency processing.

With the help of Aliant, iPayment will be able to bring crypto payments to its many merchants and channel partners. Interested merchants and sellers who use iPayment will soon be able to accept Litecoin (LTC) payments.

iPayment has under its wings more than 137,000 small and medium businesses, which opens the door to thousands of customers that may soon be able to pay with Litecoin. In addition to Litecoin (LTC) payments, iPayment merchants will also be able to accept Bitcoin (BTC).

Charlie Lee, naturally, was thrilled about the step: >> Pay With Litecoin: Here’s What You Can Buy with Litecoin Litecoin (LTC) is currently selling for $122.18, which puts the coin up 2.58% in the past 24 hours. Litecoin’s growth is likely due to general market upswing, as many coins are up right now. The iPayment news may also be helping Litecoin’s growth at the moment, but this is likely an indirect effect.

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