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2018 Will Be Litecoin's Year. : Litecoin

2018 Will Be Litecoin's Year. : Litecoin

Rewind to the beginning of 2017. All over the internet, "bitcoin" this, "bitcoin" that.. people were referring to cryptocurrency as a whole as "bitcoin". Thousands upon thousands of people joining the market, doing their cryptocurrency studying, trying to figure out how all of this really works. A lot of them possibly opening accounts on different exchanges, testing them out, a bit skeptical about all of this; basically, a monkey messing, picking around trying to learn how to do this stuff. A s#!t ton of people "testing the waters". "Bitcoin" had all of the spotlight this year, and rightfully so. But now, things are changing. Bitcoin has become a hassle to be moving around from place to place. High fees, slow speeds, and the thing is - people are starting to realize this. With so many new people to the market (including myself), people look for next alternative. Which other coin is very popular, listed on pretty much every exchange (major!), has an actual working product (not just all speculation), has a great team behind it with vision who are transparent in their doings to the public [even though a lot of people complain about this transparency, which is very stupid and tbh more people should be doing], MUCH cheaper and faster to send around than Bitcoin. The Litecoin team has been on their grind constantly making every update they can to make this coin better- implementing segwit, lightning network, etc... they're getting work done and really trying to make this a beast of a coin. 2018 will be the year the early majority will already have a basic understanding of the market, the major coins in play, which ones are reliable for actual daily use and which are not. By this point, they've realized there's a lot more to crypto than just "bitcoin". I have an extremely goo Continue reading >>

Should I Buy A Litecoin? - Litecoin

Should I Buy A Litecoin? - Litecoin

I have enough money to buy a litecoin.Should I do this and just leave it and watch it grow?Or should invest in a new low price crypto currency and buy more of them? Do you think litecoin will grow like bitcoin? Dollar cost average it, 50$ a week or 20$ a day and you cant really lose, fees are pretty low with litecoin. Youll end up buying a whole litecoin at an average price rather then wondering if you bought the whole coin at the right time, less chance for regret, better sleep at night This is the time to invest otherwise you are gonna regret a few months from now on. I looked at the price from the beginning of this year and its made me feel bad... Just do it and hodl. Just dont invest what you cant afford to loose I am a real newbie, what does *hodl * mean?Thank you :( hodl is a missspelling of the word hold first used in this forum post it basically means to hold onto your coins once you have bought them Sounds like youre pretty new. You dont have to buy a whole ltc. Other coins arent cheaper, you will have the same usd you invested. Go do some research first before you get burned like a lot of people did yesterday. I understand that I dont have to buy a whole coin, I just thought that if I have the money too it would just make sense. By cheaper I meant in the sense value of the currency. If you check the prices graph, you can see that the price is going up for Litecoin everyday so I would personally suggest you to buy it. Do I wait for a possible price drop or is that me being greedy? Anything under 300 if you ask me. I got in at 364, 268, and 234. Focus on your average if you do plan on getting more. Im a noob, but dont be swayed by day to day. Set it and forget it, Ive quickly learned if you arent day trading. I agree with that. I dont plan on selling, I just wa Continue reading >>

Why I Still Believe Litecoin Is An Excellent Investment - Litecoin

Why I Still Believe Litecoin Is An Excellent Investment - Litecoin

Why I still believe Litecoin is an excellent investment This post is a collection of thoughts as to why I personally invested in litecoin, and if you don't care to read it all, that's fine, I put a TL;DR at the end :) First off, I'd like to give a little background about myself. I am a full-time graduate student finishing up my Master's in Taxation while working as a staff accountant at a decent sized CPA firm. I usually do not post on here, but since I have time I figured I would share my two cents. I am able to rationalize investing in litecoin because I whole-heartedly believe that my speculations will come to fruition within the future. That being said, this market is extremely volatile and speculative so please do your own research and do not invest solely based on anyone else's opinions or thoughts. The first thing that attracted me to litecoin was it's cheap price compared to bitcoin. I first took my plunge into cryptos when litecoin was around $80-$90 in late November 2017, and bitcoin was in a huge uptrend and worth around $8000 if I remember correctly. My logic was that if litecoin had 4 times the supply of bitcoin, if it in the future has the same market exposure that bitcoin has, which I think it will, in theory it should be worth about a quarter the price that bitcoin is worth. This is based off of supply and demand, which determines price. If supply stays the same, and demand goes up, price should also increase and vice versa. Since litecoin has a fixed supply that is 4 times the supply of bitcoin, given the same demand and market exposure, it should be worth around a quarter of what bitcoin is worth. By that logic, even in the current downtrending market where bitcoin is valued anywhere from $7000-$9000 (could change at any second cuz this shit is wild), Continue reading >>

Time To Go Bargain Hunting In Bitcoin, Ripple, Litecoin And Other Cryptocurrencies?

Time To Go Bargain Hunting In Bitcoin, Ripple, Litecoin And Other Cryptocurrencies?

Time To Go Bargain Hunting In Bitcoin, Ripple, Litecoin And Other Cryptocurrencies? Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Cryptocurrency markets have been in a sharp and broad correction recently, which has turned into a crash for most listed currencies. For obvious reasons: rising government regulations, hacking and the tightening of liquidity by major banks to mention a few. But with many currencies trading anywhere from 60% to 80% below their all-time highs, and the advance/decline ratio improving, the time may be ripe to go bargain hunting. Source:Coinmarketcap.com, 2/6/18 13, 4:30 p.m. Number of Cryptocurrencies That Advanced/Declined In The Top 100 Ranks Source: Coinmarketcap.com 2/7/18 at 9:30 a.m. Number of Cryptocurrencies That Advanced/Declined In The Top 100 Ranks Source: Coinmarketcap.com 2/5/18 at 2:30 p.m. [Ed. note: Investing in cryptocoins or tokens is highly speculative and the market is largely unregulated. Anyone considering it should be prepared to lose their entire investment. Disclosure: I don't own any cryptocoins or tokens.] Bargain hunting in assets that have been sold off by fleeing investors can make you a great deal of money provided that you pick up thefallenangels: assets with strong fundamentals that have the potential to survive the market storm and rise again. Bargain hunting can lose you plenty of money, too. If you end up picking upfallingangels: assets with weak fundamentals that are unable to survive the market turmoil, and are crashingback to earth. How can you separate fallen from falling angels? Thats certainly a difficult task for a couple of reasons. One of them is psychology. Most investors would find it hard to rise over the gloom and doom of the present and look over the hills of the future. Another reason Continue reading >>

Why Ltc Will Grow In 2018: : Litecoin

Why Ltc Will Grow In 2018: : Litecoin

during last 3 months big media was all over crypto market.. each time ltc was mentioned it was put in a good spotlight.many new adopters came in. one of the oldest coins, good reputation among early crypto addopters and some new ones. americans seem to like it a lot. It could be their decentralized coin of use along with btc as store of value..btc will pass the store of value phase only when it is mass adopted and used/accepted in every shop/bank..it will take few more years.. great team of developers behind it..charlie lee is in crypto for a long time..worked with coinbase..google and a lot more..not in it for the money in it for the passion..common guys we all know biggest things in life where made from passion not from greed.wtf wake up and stop beeing pathethic pubescent investors.. it proved this year it can work great as quick way to exchange other crypto into fiat instead of going via btc.. mass adoption of crypto did not happen yet so the real bulls are still resting why ltc and btc and not xrp.. xrp is beeing in a good mement right now but people are pouring money blindly in crypto without understanding all aspects.. ripple now has a lot of money on their hands now wich they will turn a good part in fiat cause they need it to invest in their tech..banks don t need to use xrp to use ripples tech but ripple needs attention and good fiat liquidity so they can continue their plans to take on swift..it is not decentralized and big money spenders are pouring money in it like crazy..but so they will want to take out the profits..and they know ripple can t grow like btc...1000$ xrp would mean all the fucking money banks move daily is moved via xrp.. it aint gonna happen. Thei can use ripple or re invent ripple without using xrp... Bealivers in ltc.. i ll be back in a Continue reading >>

Best Exchange To Buy Litecoin??? : Litecoin

Best Exchange To Buy Litecoin??? : Litecoin

Merchants are welcome to advertise new services, or the acceptance of Litecoin on their service. After the first ad, providers are welcome to use reddit's advertising platform to continue to promote the service. No "I just [bought|sold] Litecoin" posts. When submitting a link to something with which you are affiliated, you must point it out in the title or body of your submission. All submissions related to your affiliation will be blacklisted if found to be spamming. Continue reading >>

Coinbase Review: 6 Controversial Issue You Have To Be Aware Of

Coinbase Review: 6 Controversial Issue You Have To Be Aware Of

Coinbase Review: 6 Controversial Issue You Have to Be Aware Of Last updated on October 13th, 2017 at 06:56 pm Coinbase is reputed to be the worlds largest Bitcoin broker, currently serving a total of 32 countries (although this may soon drop to 31 as Vogogo, their Canadian payment service, shuts down). In addition to direct sales of Bitcoin at, or close to, the current average market rate (plus 1% fee), Coinbase facilitates low fee (0.25% for takers) trading of both Bitcoin and Ethereum on its exchange platform, GDAX (the Global Digital Asset Exchange). Coinbase offers the following additional services and benefits: Instant purchase of up to $1000 worth of BTC per week for verified credit card holders. A wide variety of fiat deposit and withdrawal options. Instant transfers between Coinbase users. Well-designed and intuitive user experience. A debit card from Shift Payments linked to your Coinbase balance. Online and mobile wallet services, with multi-signature security option to prevent unauthorised movement of funds. Coinbase is often recommended to newcomers as one of the easiest ways to acquire their first bitcoins. The company has invested a lot of time and money into making their user experience smooth and painless. Their extensive banking partnerships allow transactions to be made via EFT payment, ACH / SWIFT / SEPA transfer and, as a recent introduction, major credit cards and PayPal. For these and similar reasons, Coinbase has experienced rapid growth since its founding in mid-2012 by Brian Armstrong and Fred Ehrsam. The following stats from Coinbases landing page speak for themselves: If Coinbase is so successful, why does it have such a bad rep? Its no secret that Coinbase attracts a lot of animosity, if not outright hostility. A Coinbase search query on Red Continue reading >>

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use the following search parameters to narrow your results: include (or exclude) results marked as NSFW Visit the offical litecoin website at litecoin.com Contribute and learn more here litecoin.info Watch a quick litecoin video to learn more Report and downvote scams instead of just responding to them ANYTHING PRICE RELATED that isn't a news article: /r/LitecoinMarkets Do not post methods to accept crypto/money/etc unless someone explicitly asks you. Merchants are welcome to advertise new services, or the acceptance of Litecoin on their service. After the first ad, providers are welcome to use reddit's advertising platform to continue to promote the service. Continue reading >>

"you Should Get Into Litecoin" : Litecoin

I was at this wedding and chatting with people at my table, and someone mentioned that the guy at the end of the table was into crypto. He was a bit of a character, not just because of the way he was dressed or wearing sunglasses indoors or his east coast accent (we are in the west coast) but he had the gift of the gab, shooting the Sh#t with everyone at the table - a mix bag of tv writers, comedians, some tech guys (it was an eclectic wedding). But I chatted with him, not mentioning I was invested a little in crypto. I asked him what he does and he helps ICO's launch. I'm not going to tell you which ones, because I don't remember and even if I did i'm not here to shill them... but he was talking about how archaic the tech on bitcoin was, but because it was the first to "market" it's the best known and has the network effect going for it. And through a little bit of a drawl he stopped what he was saying and said "you know, you realllllly should get into litecoin. It's like bitcoin but waaaaay better. It fixed a lot of the issues bitcoin has and is stable. That's the one you should be looking at." He didn't shill any of the coins he helped launch but mentioned they were big altcoins. It was just interesting that he took the time to mention litecoin by name, even though he had about a dozen coins he's been involved with. (and likely not involved with litecoin.) Just wanted to share. It's nice litecoin is seen as a solid crypto with all the altcoins out there. Continue reading >>

Litecoin Or Ethereum? : Litecoin

Litecoin Or Ethereum? : Litecoin

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Litecoin V/s Ethereum : Litecoin

Litecoin V/s Ethereum : Litecoin

Merchants are welcome to advertise new services, or the acceptance of Litecoin on their service. After the first ad, providers are welcome to use reddit's advertising platform to continue to promote the service. No "I just [bought|sold] Litecoin" posts. When submitting a link to something with which you are affiliated, you must point it out in the title or body of your submission. All submissions related to your affiliation will be blacklisted if found to be spamming. Continue reading >>

I Just Made $3000 Investing In Ripple, And It's A Dangerous Feeling

I Just Made $3000 Investing In Ripple, And It's A Dangerous Feeling

I Just Made $3000 Investing In Ripple, And It's A Dangerous Feeling I write about video games and technology. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The other week, gripped by Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO)and the tantalizing feeling that I could still become super rich if I were to only stop equivocating and make a bet, I bought some cryptocurrency. It felt like millionaires were being minted overnight, and that I could no longer afford not to be one, to be stuck working at a job like a sucker. This was mid-December, when Bitcoin was still rocketing up and nobody really knew what to do with it. I had missed the Bitcoin boat, that much was clear, but like so many others I was determined not to miss the next one. Armed with just enough information to be dangerous, Idownloaded Coinbase -- the noob's choice. [Ed note: Investing in cryptocoins or tokens is highly speculative and the market is largely unregulated. Anyone considering it should be prepared to lose their entire investment.] I noticed Litecoin, which had yet to make the sort of leap that Bitcoin had already made. But I was busy that day and didn't get around to it -- Litecoin went from $90 to north of $300 in an instant, another boat missed another bout of FOMO. Determined not to be left behind again, I bit the bullet and made a small bet on Ethereum, and just like that, it doubled too. From one perspective, I was happy -- money for nothing. From another, psychologically powerful perspective, I was frustrated. I didn't see the money I made, I once again saw the money I had missed by not making a much larger bet -- gamblers out there might recognize this feeling. I pressed on, convincing myself I knew what I was doing. From there, so-called "altcoins" seemed the obvious choice. Bitcoin was doing we Continue reading >>

I'm New. Should I Buy Bitcoin, Litecoin, Or Ethereum? : Bitcoinbeginners

I'm New. Should I Buy Bitcoin, Litecoin, Or Ethereum? : Bitcoinbeginners

On this group beginners can ask questions without fear of not getting to the first page. /r/BitcoinBeginners is not for posting new websites, memes, faucets, affiliate links, news, blog articles. Questions only. Thanks. Scalability/BU/Segwit2x/BCH/etc: only specific/technical questions and answers that are relevant to beginners, no debating and opinions IF YOU SEE SPAM, USE REPORT LINK INSTEAD OF JUST DOWNVOTING Continue reading >>

Litecoin Founder Just Sold All His Litecoin, Citing A Conflict Of Interest

Litecoin Founder Just Sold All His Litecoin, Citing A Conflict Of Interest

Litecoin founder just sold all his litecoin, citing a conflict of interest Litecoin founder Charlie Lee announced on Reddit today that he had divested most of his litecoins, which are an alternative to Bitcoin. He cited a conflict of interest for him to continue buying and selling Litecoin while tweeting about it because he has so much influence. Lee says he sold and donated all his litecoins, which makes it the first time in six years that he doesnt own a single litecoin thats not stored in a physical coin. He did not share the exact amount sold but said that he would continue to work on Litecoin and when the currency succeeded, he would still be rewarded in lots of different ways, just not directly via ownership of coins. Its uncommon for a founder of a major cryptocurrency to publicly divest themselves from their holdings. Satoshi, the founder of Bitcoin, remains obscured from the public eye, while Vitalik Buterin, founder of Ethereum, still owns a lot of ether and stays active on social media. Many on Reddit doubted Lees intentions for divesting. One user wrote that he had lost faith in Litecoin after Lees divestment, saying, Typically in finance, a founder selling out his stake is a very BAD indicator for his perception of future performance. Some even hypothesized that Lee pulled out of Litecoin in order to invest more in Bitcoin Cash, and accused him of insider trading. Lee responded to such accusations with a tweet and an update to his Reddit statement, strongly denying that he had any involvement with the Coinbase Bitcoin Cash insider trading allegations . To those saying I bought BCH with insider news, please stop. I had no info. I sold all the BCH I can the moment it was tradable on exchanges. And j just sold my 2 stuck BCH on Coinbase at $5000 each. Good ri Continue reading >>

I Bought The Dip - Here Is Why! : Litecoin

I Bought The Dip - Here Is Why! : Litecoin

So after a few crazy days with ups & downs (well, really just another day in crypto land) I bought in the dips of Litecoin First is the stability. LTC is one heck of a stable coin. If you saw the dip today in crypto, some of the unstable coins saw dips of up to 20%. But LTC only around 4%. This shows that there is a high confidence in LTC, people are holding and/or buying up the dips showing people believe this coin to grow much bigger. Big fundamental buy signal. Monero you say? Nope, Litecoin I say.Monero is privacy, we all know that. I really like Monero, but what I don't like is the high fees you pay for privacy. This is something Litecoin (also) will combat in the future (hopefully 2018). When MAST is released, Confidential Transactions are a reality and this will be a game changer for privacy - and a direct competitor to Monero, which I believe LTC will win due to ease of use and widespread mass-adoption. Of course Monero has other cool selling-points and higher privacy, just saying Litecoin will join the Privacy coins AND have low transaction fees. Ethereum competitor? Say what?Yes, Litecoin will in the future utilize the possibility to run Smart Contracts through Colored Coins. This is within a time-scope of about 2 years. More exciting features to come. I really only see a very, very positive future for Litecoin. Not to mention a good front-figure of Charlie, very skilled developers, a sane organisation that wants the best for all holders and a friendly community. Am I right or wrong? Was buying the dip a good idea, what are your reasons for and/or against? :) Continue reading >>

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