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January 28, 2017, 08:13:23 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCcr5wek9ak
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January 28, 2017, 12:13:42 PM
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yeah it's a good speculate at the moment and the price has been steady for good time now
I think litecoin won't go much below the current price , so in general I think it's a good time to grab some litecoin if you are trader
the upcoming days should bring some movement for litecoin , so I grabbed some

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January 28, 2017, 12:18:29 PM
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Litecoin feels like bitcoin at 200 usd at the moment. No way but up.

Especially since litecoin development is ongoing and it still has the reputation. I always have a small stock of litecoin, just in case it decides to follow the bitcoin route.
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January 28, 2017, 12:30:53 PM
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sadly i can not open youtube so maybe someone can fill me in on it or possibly add some explanation.

but i have always believed in litecoin and i don't need any proof about it. the development is most important reason for its success and it has an active team.

i personally am waiting for the SegWit on litecoin hype to kick in and we see a huge rise, and i am talking literary huge as in going to 0.03BTC price at the very least.

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January 28, 2017, 04:03:54 PM
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If you want the price to rise then buy them.
You all need to be a supporter and have some patience.
Don't be worried about short time price gains.

Choose what ever project you all want to support.
But you SHOULD be a supporter though.
That means lots of things to different people.

You don't need an excuse for the price to rise like Segwit.
If you want the price to increase then you all collectively need to buy the coins.
Or mine them and keep them (not dump them)

Shallow hype or a whale pump is not a healthy investment plan.

I think LTC has an edge over most other coins and it's old ages is a plus.
It's more established and tested etc.
It's more of a household name then every other coin combined.
It has accomplished more than the others..

It was an innovation of sorts in the old days and was a pioneer at mining code programs etc.
So do you all want to support the project or find another coin dropping the old one ?
Think of it this way..
Should we make a new coin for every improvement ?
Or should we stick with a coin and improve it over & over ?

I just hope they don't add ANON crap to it though.. i can't support that idea (it would be regulatory suicide)

PS:
I recently bought $23 worth.
Other than that i have had none for 2 years.

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January 28, 2017, 08:47:46 PM
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haha, calm before the storm litecoin is one of those that you hold and then wonder why am I holding? so you dump and then you go back and ask why am I holding lol.

I think if you hold then loooong term you will be rewarded.
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January 28, 2017, 08:50:03 PM
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Okey I go to calm litecoin in faucet sites I dont know other way to calm litecoins because i really dont use litecoins so i dont know how they works.
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