Agreed, a licensed Internet Escrow agent, has recently announced its partnership with GoCoin, and has become the first escrow service provider for accepting payments in Litecoin and Bitcoin.
ForexMinute.com – In a just-released notification, California-based Internet Escrow Company Agreed has “agreed” to accept Litecoin and Bitcoin as one of their payment methods. The company has also partnered with GoCoin, a renowned and leading international payment platform, which will assist them to transact the digital currencies at checkout.
The Agreed’s press release further explains their reason of integrating the controversial digital currencies into their services. Agreed has sincerely acknowledged the recent collapse of Japanese Bitcoin Exchange Mt. Gox, which has spread antagonism against most of the digital currencies, especially when merchants and investors should rather focus on rebuilding customers’ trust into them.
With a licensed and reputed internet escrow company like Agreed taking a stand to enhance the digital currencies’ ecosystem, people are likely to put their faith into using them likewise. On the other hand, Agreed has always focused highly on adding features and functionalities that makes them unique from their competitions. Adding Bitcoin and Litecoin as their payment methods is an answer to the company’s own brand value, as well as to the growing demands of customers who want to use virtual currencies for buying goods and services.
“Payment flexibility, processing efficiency, and transactional security are key to a successful escrow transaction, all of which are core to the Bitcoin protocol. Agreed prides itself on finding new and innovative ways to handle online transactions, so we’re excited to empower the growing tide of early cryptocurrency adopters the flexibility to fund their transactions in whatever currency they see fit,” said Ammar Kubba, Co-Founder and CEO of Agreed. “GoCoin’s forward thinking and renowned co-founders, Steve Beauregard and Brock Pierce, are the ideal partners for Agreed as we continue to evolve the online escrow landscape.”
The company may also add more cryptocurrencies to its services in near future.
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