A new cryptocurrency exchange, UnityPoint, announced Wednesday that it is accepting Ethereum, Litecoins and Bitcoin as payment options.
UnityPoint, which also provides bitcoin wallet services, says it plans to allow users to use their ETH, BTC and other cryptocurrencies as a means of payment.
The company is partnering with Bitpay, Coinbase and Paycoin.
According to the announcement, UnityPoints first launched on April 7 and the platform was launched in the US and Canada in March.
It launched in Japan in July and is available in over 60 countries.
The platform allows users to transfer bitcoin to and from UnityPoint wallets and also supports bitcoin wallets for the UnityPoint website, UnityLive platform and UnityPoint app.
UnityPoint says its partnership with BitPay is intended to provide “an easy and seamless experience” for UnityPoint users, who may not be familiar with cryptocurrency.
The company says it has raised $50 million in funding and plans to continue to expand its customer base in the coming months.
The news was first reported by The Wall Street Journal.