eGifter and GoCoin Join Hands to Offer Gift Cards in Litecoin and Dogecoin


eGifter and GoCoin Join Hands to Offer Gift Cards in Litecoin and Dogecoin – Renowned New York-based social gifting company eGifter announced yesterday to form a partnership with another renowned cryptocurrency payment platform GoCoin. This treaty will now avail customers the options to make their payments in Litecoin and Dogecoin – two of the most successful altcoins.

eGifter’s love for cryptocurrencies have previously noted in their initiative to include Bitcoin as one of their payment modes. This time, their idea is to evolve the altcoin users as well. Associating with GoCoin will certainly ensure customers due to the company’s impeccable risk-free transactions – a problem which cryptocurrency market today is plagued with.

This is also acknowledged by the eGifter’s CEO Tyler Roye, who believes that using GoCoin will certainly ensure a fraud-free and secure transaction. “Given the risks for online merchants relating to ‘card-not-present’ fraud, this is a very attractive alternative,” he said.


GoCoin CEO and Founder Steve Beauregard embraced the Mr. Roye’s kind words and expressed his growing excitement when more and more merchants from Bitcoin community are looking forward to also accept altcoins as well. “Together with eGifter, we are building bridges between retail shopping and digital currency communities,” he voiced.

But one should not forget to give credits to both Litecoin and Dogecoin – the currencies whose is being accepted among the cryptocurrency eco-system exponentially. While Litecoin has garnered enough attention for being the best alternative to Bitcoin, Dogecoin is branded as one of the first digital currencies ever to have involved in humanitarian works.

The eGifter although tries not to keep these coins due to their high volatility. “GoCoin accepts the coins and converts them to cash so that we never have to touch them,” said Roye. “This shields us from the market fluctuations and other risks associated with taking cryptocurrencies as a payment option.”

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