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July 15, 2017, 09:18:13 PM
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Litecoin was never looking so stable and full of potential. It is being added to more and more exchanges since Charlie Lee came back to it. It is to be agreed that investing in LTC right now will be profitable in short to long term without any issue.

Bitstamp add LTC that is good sign.

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July 15, 2017, 11:24:10 PM
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Litecoin was never looking so stable and full of potential. It is being added to more and more exchanges since Charlie Lee came back to it. It is to be agreed that investing in LTC right now will be profitable in short to long term without any issue.

Bitstamp add LTC that is good sign.

I have already invested in this coin and I am thinking of long term benefits with this coin in the long run. I must be confident that this coin will reach very high values in the near future.

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July 15, 2017, 11:30:02 PM
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Bittrex is trading USDT-LTC.    Grin
Yeah glad to see some popular mining pair added to bittrex to support miner
USDT-XRP   Ripple                                   07/15/2017
USDT-ETC   Ethereum Classic                   07/15/2017
USDT-LTC   Litecoin                                 07/15/2017
USDT-ZEC   ZCash                                   07/15/2017
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July 16, 2017, 10:18:19 AM
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While researching into LTC and encountered this newly (just 15 minutes ago) published article: http://www.newsbtc.com/2017/07/16/litecoin-core-client-still-doesnt-create-segwit-transactions-default/

The Litecoin Core Client Still Doesn’t Create SegWit Transactions By Default

Controversy is never hard to come by in the world of cryptocurrencies. Litecoin successfully activated Segregated Witness on the network months ago. Interestingly enough, the Litecoin Core client doesn’t generate SegWit transactions by default. One would expect this to have changed by now, yet it hasn’t for some unknown reason. This begs the question if there are any SegWit transactions on the Ltiecoin network to date.

The LTC community was quite pleased when all mining pools came together to activate SegWit. After all, this scaling solution and malleability fix is quite important. Bitcoin users saw this as a way to test the scaling solution and draw their own conclusions. However, it seems things are not exactly going the way as planned. More specifically, Litecoin Core clients can’t generate SegWit transactions by default in release 0.13.2. Considering how this is the latest stable release, it poses a big problem.
Litecoin Core and SegWit Integration

While it is known a future version of Litecoin Core will solve this problem, some questions linger. Having SegWit activated on the network, but not in the Core client is very strange. After all, the goal is to test this solution thoroughly before it is activated on the Bitcoin mainnet. So far, it seems very little active testing has been done. That is quite problematic, considering many people Litecoin can overtake Bitcoin if the latter hits a snag when activating SegWit. Then again, this scaling proposal still remains largely untested on a live network to this very day.

It is important to keep in mind the current Litecoin Core client does support SegWit. However, accessing this feature requires a fair bit of tinkering. Having a default option would make much more sense, but we’ll need to wait for the next release to see that happen. Saying how Litecoin has proven SegWit is safe is definitely not correct at this stage. Once this protocol powers all network transactions, we can start drawing conclusions. Until then, there is no reason to think otherwise.

Additionally, it doesn’t mean there are no Litecoin SegWit transactions either. One Reddit user posted a spreadsheet of information regarding these transactions. It appears the overall number is still relatively small, even though things are picking up a bit as of late. One particular network bloc on July 11th even saw 100 SegWit transactions. That is quite a significant boost compared to a month or so ago. Segregated Witness usage is not as widespread within Litecoin as people would think. That said, things are evolving in the right direction, which is good to see.
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July 16, 2017, 12:26:53 PM
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LTC looks like a "safe space" (as safe as it could be that is) for those who want to remain in cryptos and wait out this period with "less" risk. Long term Im sceptical (unless bitcoin somehow fails in coming months), but now it has its role I suppose Smiley
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July 16, 2017, 12:53:33 PM
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Litecoin dump? Huh
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July 16, 2017, 01:59:13 PM
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While researching into LTC and encountered this newly (just 15 minutes ago) published article: http://www.newsbtc.com/2017/07/16/litecoin-core-client-still-doesnt-create-segwit-transactions-default/

The Litecoin Core Client Still Doesn’t Create SegWit Transactions By Default

Controversy is never hard to come by in the world of cryptocurrencies. Litecoin successfully activated Segregated Witness on the network months ago. Interestingly enough, the Litecoin Core client doesn’t generate SegWit transactions by default. One would expect this to have changed by now, yet it hasn’t for some unknown reason. This begs the question if there are any SegWit transactions on the Ltiecoin network to date.

The LTC community was quite pleased when all mining pools came together to activate SegWit. After all, this scaling solution and malleability fix is quite important. Bitcoin users saw this as a way to test the scaling solution and draw their own conclusions. However, it seems things are not exactly going the way as planned. More specifically, Litecoin Core clients can’t generate SegWit transactions by default in release 0.13.2. Considering how this is the latest stable release, it poses a big problem.
Litecoin Core and SegWit Integration

While it is known a future version of Litecoin Core will solve this problem, some questions linger. Having SegWit activated on the network, but not in the Core client is very strange. After all, the goal is to test this solution thoroughly before it is activated on the Bitcoin mainnet. So far, it seems very little active testing has been done. That is quite problematic, considering many people Litecoin can overtake Bitcoin if the latter hits a snag when activating SegWit. Then again, this scaling proposal still remains largely untested on a live network to this very day.

It is important to keep in mind the current Litecoin Core client does support SegWit. However, accessing this feature requires a fair bit of tinkering. Having a default option would make much more sense, but we’ll need to wait for the next release to see that happen. Saying how Litecoin has proven SegWit is safe is definitely not correct at this stage. Once this protocol powers all network transactions, we can start drawing conclusions. Until then, there is no reason to think otherwise.

Additionally, it doesn’t mean there are no Litecoin SegWit transactions either. One Reddit user posted a spreadsheet of information regarding these transactions. It appears the overall number is still relatively small, even though things are picking up a bit as of late. One particular network bloc on July 11th even saw 100 SegWit transactions. That is quite a significant boost compared to a month or so ago. Segregated Witness usage is not as widespread within Litecoin as people would think. That said, things are evolving in the right direction, which is good to see.

With a successful month-long trial period concluded, it has now been announced that users of Athena can purchase and send litecoin in seven operating states at all 43 ATMs. All Athena ATMs will now sell both bitcoin and litecoin.
At the current time, however, the Athena online wallet is still bitcoin-only. Though, users can send LTC to the litecoin wallet address of the person or website they wish to pay from any ATM.

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July 16, 2017, 04:36:22 PM
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Nobody wants an ATM man lol Cheesy

Personally I think having some sort of app like shapeshift is better than the above for adoption, ATM's.... really come on man this isn't 1990 Cheesy everyone has gone Digital with Net Banking.

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July 16, 2017, 06:48:17 PM
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LTC looks good.
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July 16, 2017, 07:27:44 PM
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Hey! Litecoin apparel and items have been added to Crypto Compound and you can pay with Litecoin! Support our coin!

https://www.cryptocompound.com/collections/litecoin
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July 16, 2017, 09:08:07 PM
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cool, I would definitely greet someone wearing LTC hodl shirt Cheesy its like a secret language you instantly understand
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July 16, 2017, 09:10:24 PM
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is this new improved lite coin
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July 17, 2017, 01:28:29 AM
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Just a reminder guys to prompt you all to request listing of DBIX coin on polyniex exchange

Use short form here to save you time the websites needed to quoted are :


announcement page link:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1811194

Coins website link : https://www.arabianchain.org/index.php/en/

Block chain explorer link: http://dbixscan.io/home



It'll take you 2 mins and is in your interests to fill in !!!!!



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July 17, 2017, 06:32:58 AM
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Hey! Litecoin apparel and items have been added to Crypto Compound and you can pay with Litecoin! Support our coin!

https://www.cryptocompound.com/collections/litecoin

15 dollar mug??            E2A - LMFBO@'FROM'14.99...

27 dollar mug with lid??

WTF??  

Did i wake up in 2027??
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July 18, 2017, 07:53:56 PM
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I think that LTC is the most stable coin!
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LTC looks good.

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July 18, 2017, 08:28:40 PM
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Just a reminder guys to prompt you all to request listing of DBIX coin on polyniex exchange

Use short form here to save you time the websites needed to quoted are :


announcement page link:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1811194

Coins website link : https://www.arabianchain.org/index.php/en/

Block chain explorer link: http://dbixscan.io/home



It'll take you 2 mins and is in your interests to fill in !!!!!





how dare you , spamming in my favourite thread !? lolz. Do not get angry, just kidding. But true to say, you are spamming. Please do not post in this thread unless you have news, info, question regarding LTC. I would report to the moderators but I want to give you a chance.

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July 19, 2017, 10:30:12 AM
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Blocknet LTC for SYS Decentralized Trade Across Blockchains


BLOCKNET: THE INTERNET OF BLOCKCHAINS http://blocknet.co/
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BTCtalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=829576.7300 A DECENTRALISED EXCHANGE THAT IS 100% TRUSTLESS.
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Blocknet LTC for DYN Decentralized Trade Across Blockchains


BLOCKNET: THE INTERNET OF BLOCKCHAINS http://blocknet.co/
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Blocknet DASH for LTC Decentralized Trade Across Blockchains




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Well, seems the incoming BTC segwit will lead to a LTC crash
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