Looking to spend your Litecoin? We’ve compiled a guide on where and how to use your Litecoin.
Litecoin: A fast, low-fee coin
As one of the earlier cryptocurrencies, Litecoin (LTC) was created as a “lite” version of Bitcoin (BTC). It was built with an emphasis on transaction speed and cost. Faster transactions and lower fees make it an ideal cryptocurrency to spend and transfer.
How to pay with Litecoin
Spending Litecoin is easier than you think. You’ll typically have four ways to use your Litecoin on everyday purchases.
- Pay directly to merchants that accept Litecoin online or in-person
- Spend Litecoin like cash using the BitPay Card
- Buy gift cards with Litecoin
- Transfer funds from wallet to wallet with a P2P transaction
Who accepts Litecoin? 11 major stores and companies that accept Litecoin
Here are some of the most popular companies and stores that accept Litecoin (plus other cryptocurrencies). At checkout, you'll be given the option to pay with Litecoin. Select "BitPay" as your payment method. Choose your preferred crypto wallet then choose "Litecoin". Complete the transaction by entering your wallet details or scanning the QR code. See all merchants that accept cryptocurrency in BitPay's Merchant Directory. Extra tip: You can also donate Litecoin and other crypto to your preferred nonprofit organizations. Learn how to donate crypto with BitPay.
Pay for electronics, PC parts and more with LTC.
New subscribers can pay to watch their favorite TV shows, movies and live sports using Litecoin.
Cheer on and support your favorite streams using Litecoin.
The Carolina Hurricanes NHL team is one of the most recent major league sports teams to embrace crypto. Spend Litecoin on all of your new Canes gear and merchandise.
Buy luxury watches, high fashion accessories and the latest trends in clothing. Use Litecoin at checkout.
Refresh your wardrobe and sneaker selection with casual clothes and cool tees.
Diversify your portfolio or expand your metals collection. Convert your Litecoin into gold, silver, platinum and other precious metals.
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American Red Cross
Support urgent humanitarian needs. The American Red Cross accepts crypto donations, including Litecoin.
Order from your favorite local and chain restaurants. Get it all delivered using Litecoin.
Deep reds or crisp whites. Whatever you prefer, get fine wines delivered from all over the world. Pay with Litecoin.
Want to accept Litecoin payments for your business? BitPay makes it easy
Spend Litecoin like cash using the BitPay Card
The BitPay Card is the most flexible way to spend Litecoin. Who accepts Litecoin? Pretty much every company when you’re using the BitPay Card. Instead of using funds from your bank account, you can instantly convert Litecoin to cash with the BitPay Card. Use it wherever Mastercard is accepted. Online shopping. In-store swipes. You can even use it at the ATM to turn Litecoin into cold hard cash. Download the BitPay app to get started.
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Buy gift cards with Litecoin
Gift cards offer an easy and convenient way to use Litecoin almost anywhere. Buy gift cards with Litecoin and at over 100 brands like Amazon, Walmart, Home Depot, Whole Foods, Hotels.com and many more. Manage your crypto and buy gift cards all from the BitPay app or extension.
Popular gift cards you can buy with Litecoin
- Google Play
- Sony PlayStation
- Whole Foods Market
- Home Depot
- Nintendo eShop
Send Litecoin to another wallet (P2P transaction)
Peer-to-Peer transactions (P2P) are quick and easy. These types of transactions are a good to way to send Litecoin to friends, family or whoever.
How to send Litecoin in the BitPay Wallet
- Open the BitPay Wallet app
- Click on your Litecoin wallet
- Click “Send”
- Enter the wallet address you want to send to (Alternatively, scan the receiver's QR code)
- Enter the amount of Litecoin you want to send
- Confirm payment details and slide to send
Learn how to pay with other cryptocurrencies