On Monday, September 13, rumors about Walmart supporting Litecoin payments stormed Satoshi Street. The news appeared on credible press-news distributer GlobeNewswire who has now pulled down the story after the Litecoin Foundation and Walmart confirmed no such reality. This led to what appears to be a classic case of pump and dump. In just one
The Litecoin Foundation has been continually increasing its efforts to grow presence as a viable payment option. Most recently, by investing in a Hollywood thriller, ‘We Summon the Darkness‘ starring Alexandra Daddario and Amy Forsyth. The tweet with the link to its’ trailer notes, Check out “We Summon the Darkness”, a fun movie produced by
The month has started off with Tron hopefuls and the community, aka Tronics, witnessing a meeting between Tron Founder, Justin Sun, and Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder, with a deal to one day make the crypto company as large as the tech company. Well, yet again, Justin held a “secret meeting” with Litecoin Founder and friend,
Litecoin currently holds the badge of fourth-largest cryptocurrency with a quite impressing figure. LTC at the moment performs higher than other largest cryptocurrencies on the graph of CoinMarketCap (CMC). What Drives Significant Growth? At press time, LTC is soaring with 16.78 percent over the past 24 hours which has quickly turned its daily trading volume.
Litecoin Foundation, a nonprofit organization, announced that the LitePay CEO, Kenneth Asare informed of his decision to cease all its operations and sell the company a few days back. Litecoin creator Charlie Lee apologised for hyping this company whilst Litecoin traded about 10% lower after the announcement and is currently at $142.45. LitePay shuts down