Who’s Afraid of Cryptocurrency? ISO Aliant Adds Ether And Litecoin to Its Bitcoin Gambit

Some experts may dismiss cryptocurrency as impractical for retail payments, but at least one independent sales organization is doubling—make that tripling—down on crypto for merchant acceptance.

Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Aliant Payment Systems Inc. last week launched programs for Ether and Litecoin to go along with one for Bitcoin that it introduced late last summer. Pricing has been set and the company has begun talking to merchants, says Eric Brown, founder and chief executive. “We now call it cryptocoin processing, no longer just Bitcoin processing,” he tells Digital Transactions News.  Click here to continue reading.

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  1. BRUCE BARRETT Reply

    do i need to have a smart phone? i have a pc and laptop. my phone is a dumb straight talk. was going to go to abra but, they dont do pc or laptops. do you?

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