50 million online stores can now start accepting Litecoin as payment with the Coinbase WooCommerce plugin – LTC / USD price today


Coinbase – one of the world's most popular digital currency trading platforms – recently announced the release of WooCommerce Plugin. This new Coinbase plugin will allow approximately 50 million online stores to start accepting digital currency payments in Litecoin (LTC), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin BTC and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) directly from their customers worldwide. The exchange also introduced other features in an effort to promote the adoption of digital currencies.

WooCommerce plugin launched by Coinbase

Coinbase took another step towards adopting the digital currency. The launch of WooCommerce Plugin is one of the most recent developments of the company to improve the adoption and use of cryptography. The platform has created an enabling environment for merchants all over the world to accept digital currencies as a means of payment directly from their customers.

In a blog post on the exchange, it is said that merchants who are using WooCommerce at the time be able to start accepting digital currencies as a means of payment much easier. WooCommerce is a very popular e-commerce platform that feeds over twenty eight percent of online stores.

With nearly 50 million downloads of WooCommerce, all online stores that use the platform will have access to digital currency agreements from their customers. [19659002] Promoting the adoption of the digital currency

Currently the trading platform has four digital currencies listed on its platform, which are Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ). The company said that this development will result in a more widespread adoption of digital currencies and will also bring the company closer to its goal of an open financial system.

The company also introduced a new feature that allows the dispatch of Litecoin (LTC) and Bitcoin (BTC) directly from Coinbase Commerce. The same functionality will soon be available for Ethereum (ETH) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

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