There is constant discussion on the bitcoin subreddit that the "goal" is be 1 in a million and own 21 bitcoins.
21 bitcoins = $128,000
80 litecoins = $6,800
.... so for the price of approx 1 bitcoin you can be 1 in a million for litecoin, sounds like a great deal!!
Hello. I would like to know if the developers of Litecoin maybe could research & develop a wallet-extension for Brave-browser, similar to how Ethereum is supported with the Metamask-extension. I am using Metamask for half a year now, and I love the concept of browser-wallets.
Please excuse the pun, I had to do it.
I developed a simple desktop application for Windows that allows you to monitor your profits and changes in coin price. Most coins should be supported but if it is not, let me know and I'll add it. The application uses the Crypto Compare API which gets the average price from over 100 exchanges, a full list can be seen here. I developed this because I wanted something lightweight that I could run at work and get a quick view of what's going on in the market. Here is a link to the Github project page and a screenshot of the program.
The team over at Softpedia has tested and verified that my program is safe. They have awarded this program with the 100% Free Award. Feel free to download the latest tested release from their site.
I consider this program complete but I am still open to adding features and fixing bugs, please submit a feature request on Github or leave a comment. Thank you!
Hey everyone, Molly from CoinCorner here :) I was having a quick look back through some older posts on here and just wanted to let you guys know that we recently announced support for Litecoin. You can now buy, sell and store Litecoin (and other altcoins) with CoinCorner.
We accept GBP/EUR credit/debit cards for instant purchases and have a dedicated customer support team on hand to help. If you have any other questions, let me know :)
Do I have any reason to believe litecoin will ever rise again? Crypto is looking like a shitshow tbh. I want to believe but I dont at all.
Looking to get a wallet for my iPhone and trying to find out what the best options are right now. I saw posts from the end of last year that said loafwallet was really good, but after looking at ratings & reviews on the app store, I'm looking for other options.
First off, if I'm not buying more than 10 Litecoins, should I still use a wallet?
I downloaded Litecoin Core but it will not connect or "Sync" to the host. I've checked and there aren't any firewalls prohibiting it.
Should I Use Exodus or Loafwallet instead? I've read multiple reviews of both and heard cases of coins disappearing and it's made me nervous.
It's been about 3 weeks so far since we launched our crypto only liquor store site and so far LTC users are the most active. Bourbon and Scotch by far have been the most popular items. Looks like we can run the free ground shipping promotion until the end of this month and we'll move to a flate rate shipping model afterwards.
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U.K.-based cryptocurrency futures trading platform Crypto Facilities announced on June 20th that the new U.S. dollar-denominated service will go live on June 22nd, and will allow investors to long or short futures contracts that have litecoin as the underlying collateral, with weekly, monthly, and quarterly maturities, reported CoinDesk.
Hey guys, I wanted to introduce Worthyt, a Chrome Extension that lets you show support for support videos, articles, tweets, etc. on different websites. It's a project my friends and I have been working on for a while now and just released beta for a couple of weeks ago.
You can send via Litecoin, some other cryptos, or just plain-old money. We're a little different than normal tipping systems because we want to support the platforms as well since we think that while content is great, having the platforms that can easily deliver the content is helpful, too.
Worthyt is a Chrome Extension that works by adding a button to each site that you can click to send any amount of Litecoin (you can set how much you send per click when you first sign up, or change it in the extension at any time). Currently in beta, it defaults to sending USD but you can change that by going to the extension -> preferences -> selecting Litecoin as the "active currency." We are pushing out an update this week that will default the active currency to whichever one you have an available balance for.
There isn't a subscription or anything; you can deposit any amount to fund your account and you can withdraw at any time also.
If you send with regular money, 75% goes to the content creator, 10% goes to the platform (e.g., if you send on Reddit, then we set aside 10% to Reddit), 5-10% goes to transaction fees for processing fiat, and 5% goes to powering Worthyt. On the other hand, if you send with Litecoin, 90% goes to the content creator, 5% goes to the platform, and 5% goes to us. There's more flexibility with sending Litecoin because we don't deal with traditional transaction fees that we otherwise see with fiat.
While the main goal of supporting content over the Internet is obvious, one of our other goals of this project is to create more adoption for cryptocurrency. We're hoping that this tool can help educate the users on the differences paying in fiat vs crypto, while allowing larger adoption by giving users the choice of crypto or fiat--for those uncomfortable with crypto, they can just send in fiat.
If you're interested or want to learn more, here are some resources:
edit: wanted to add the intro video we worked hard on, too
edit 2: added in website
For discussion about Litecoin, the leading cryptocurrency derived from Bitcoin. Litecoin is developed with a focus on speed, efficiency, and wider initial coin distribution through the use of scrypt-based mining.