The Flynn Law Firm now accepts the cryptocurrency Litecoin (LTC) as payment for legal services. The Flynn Law firm has accepted its more well-known cryptocurrency cousin, Bitcoin (BTC), since October 2013. (Of course, traditional forms of payment are still welcome.)
Litecoin is an open-source, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency similar to Bitcoin, that was released in 2011. It attained a greater level of credibility when The Economist mentioned Litecoin as a Bitcoin alternative in April 2013, and in May 2013 when Ars Technica deemed Litecoin as the "most prominent alternative to Bitcoin . . . ."