- Bob Moore Auto Group accepts payments in Litecoins via a partnership with Aliant Payments.
- LTC/USD has a chance to extend the recovery once $34.00 is cleared.
Bob Moore Auto Group entered a partnership deal with a payment processor Aliant Payments to allow Litecon owners to purchase cars with their coins.
"Bob Moore Auto Group has signed on with @AliantPayment to accept Litecoin at their dealerships! The first to have it will be the #1 dealership in Oklahoma City, ”Litecoin’s creator Charlie Lee commented in his Twitter account.
Oklahoma-based Bob Moore Auto Group sells cars of such iconic brands as Audi, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, GMC, Infiniti, Jaguar, Jeep, KIA, Land Rover, Maserati, Mazda, Nissan, Porsche, Ram, and Subaru.
Positive news served as a stimulus for Litecoin bulls as the coin recovered strongly at the end of the week and tested $34.65 high on Sunday. While LTC failed to hold the ground, the upside momentum may gain traction, as long as it stays above $30.00. LTC/USD is changing hands at $33.48, down nearly 2% on a day-over-day basis and unchanged since the beginning of Monday.
Looking technically, we need to see a sustainable move above $34.00 to set the recovery ball rolling with the next target at $41.00 - January 8 high.
LTC/USD, the daily chart
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