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February 16, 2018, 02:08:24 AM
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Someone in Litecoin history has been lost today, or at least I just found out.

Bumped his old thread " Ł as the litecoin "symbol"?" here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=79849.msg30379801#msg30379801

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February 16, 2018, 10:42:06 AM
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is cryptopia  wallet will support LTC hard fork ?
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February 16, 2018, 11:10:05 AM
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last time i try to get bitcoin cash, i actually invested 10+H if not 20, to get few BTG, when i get it the price was 50% from its high, and the bit also lost ground, so for this reasons, i dont know if i will try to get this free coins, to risky, i actually need to give my computer to repair bcs of the bitcoin gold fork. I dont trust them, but to claim them i think its only exodos wallet apropriate and easy to claim it, and look for video on youtube how to claim free coins later on, i dont have the nervous to get this free coins. i rather sold all to fiat and close margins, and go to ski..lol
and after reading this: https://bitcoinist.com/charlie-lee-labels-litecoin-cash-scam/

no way this is smart, to give private key to someone elses wallet,...they must be kidding...lol
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February 16, 2018, 11:26:04 AM
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is cryptopia  wallet will support LTC hard fork ?
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Probably not. It's a stupid fork nobody asked for.
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February 16, 2018, 12:30:32 PM
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is cryptopia  wallet will support LTC hard fork ?
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Probably not. It's a stupid fork nobody asked for.

yes funny thats charlie lee says its scam
https://twitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/960197866546282496
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February 16, 2018, 12:35:43 PM
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this hard fork is not recommended by LTC and charlie lee . ts is a scam i would say they need your privet key for return of lite coin cash

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February 16, 2018, 01:11:53 PM
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this hard fork is not recommended by LTC and charlie lee . ts is a scam i would say they need your privet key for return of lite coin cash



Yup, this fork won't even be recognized by Charlie and Litecoin supporters! I remember a few weeks ago Charlie said in a post on Twitter that all eventually forks are scam: "Litecoin Cash, Litecoin Plus, Litecoin *... all scams trying to confuse users into thinking they are Litecoin. This also applies to all Bitcoin forks trying to confuse."

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February 16, 2018, 08:13:57 PM
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last time i try to get bitcoin cash, i actually invested 10+H if not 20, to get few BTG, when i get it the price was 50% from its high, and the bit also lost ground, so for this reasons, i dont know if i will try to get this free coins, to risky, i actually need to give my computer to repair bcs of the bitcoin gold fork. I dont trust them, but to claim them i think its only exodos wallet apropriate and easy to claim it, and look for video on youtube how to claim free coins later on, i dont have the nervous to get this free coins. i rather sold all to fiat and close margins, and go to ski..lol
and after reading this: https://bitcoinist.com/charlie-lee-labels-litecoin-cash-scam/

no way this is smart, to give private key to someone elses wallet,...they must be kidding...lol

you would extract/dump your priv key, then after the fork move your coins to a new address that way all they would be getting is an empty private key that only proves that you held X amount of LTC at the forking block......there is no risk this way...if there is a risk in this method someone please correct me!

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February 16, 2018, 08:20:32 PM
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you would extract/dump your priv key, then after the fork move your coins to a new address that way all they would be getting is an empty private key that only proves that you held X amount of LTC at the forking block......there is no risk this way...if there is a risk in this method someone please correct me!

what key, what risk... owner say that no any LTC fork... just someone want used Litecoin name to fu*k up members...
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February 16, 2018, 08:28:02 PM
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With LitePay Litecoin has a chance to be  one of the first cryptocurrency to get the main function of money - means of payments. Ironically, Litecoin was a technical playground for Bitcoin and the first of them implemented all the necessary improvements but thereby became technically more advanced than bitcoin. For those who believe in the dominance of the Crypto-currencies in the future, today it is a best investment.
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February 17, 2018, 09:00:58 AM
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last time i try to get bitcoin cash, i actually invested 10+H if not 20, to get few BTG, when i get it the price was 50% from its high, and the bit also lost ground, so for this reasons, i dont know if i will try to get this free coins, to risky, i actually need to give my computer to repair bcs of the bitcoin gold fork. I dont trust them, but to claim them i think its only exodos wallet apropriate and easy to claim it, and look for video on youtube how to claim free coins later on, i dont have the nervous to get this free coins. i rather sold all to fiat and close margins, and go to ski..lol
and after reading this: https://bitcoinist.com/charlie-lee-labels-litecoin-cash-scam/

no way this is smart, to give private key to someone elses wallet,...they must be kidding...lol

you would extract/dump your priv key, then after the fork move your coins to a new address that way all they would be getting is an empty private key that only proves that you held X amount of LTC at the forking block......there is no risk this way...if there is a risk in this method someone please correct me!

As far as I know there is no risk if you first move your coins to another wallet. As long as you keep in mind that the wallet for which you hand over your private key is forever compromised. I created a temporary wallet and transferred  my coins to this wallet. After the fork I transfer my coins back to my normal wallet and use the private key of the temporary wallet to claim the Litecoin Cash coins. This costs me 0.002 LTC, so about 45 cents. I’m willing to pay that to keep my coins safe AND be able to claim my LCC coins.

Whether Litecoin Cash is a scam or not depends on your definition of a ‘scam’. We know LCC is not connected to LTC, but we don’t know if they are trying to rip you off. I think they are just using the name for promotional purposes and are not trying to scam LTC owners. But I can understand Lee not being happy about the use of the name. I’m actually surprised that this is legal. I know that it has happened several times before with Bitcoin. Do trademark laws not apply in the crypto world?

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February 17, 2018, 09:11:07 AM
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With LitePay Litecoin has a chance to be  one of the first cryptocurrency to get the main function of money - means of payments. Ironically, Litecoin was a technical playground for Bitcoin and the first of them implemented all the necessary improvements but thereby became technically more advanced than bitcoin. For those who believe in the dominance of the Crypto-currencies in the future, today it is a best investment.

I regret very much that when I sold half of my coins in the summer, especially after the news with litepay, I can not even imagine what level the price of litecoin can reach in the spring...

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February 17, 2018, 09:18:40 AM
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last time i try to get bitcoin cash, i actually invested 10+H if not 20, to get few BTG, when i get it the price was 50% from its high, and the bit also lost ground, so for this reasons, i dont know if i will try to get this free coins, to risky, i actually need to give my computer to repair bcs of the bitcoin gold fork. I dont trust them, but to claim them i think its only exodos wallet apropriate and easy to claim it, and look for video on youtube how to claim free coins later on, i dont have the nervous to get this free coins. i rather sold all to fiat and close margins, and go to ski..lol
and after reading this: https://bitcoinist.com/charlie-lee-labels-litecoin-cash-scam/

no way this is smart, to give private key to someone elses wallet,...they must be kidding...lol

you would extract/dump your priv key, then after the fork move your coins to a new address that way all they would be getting is an empty private key that only proves that you held X amount of LTC at the forking block......there is no risk this way...if there is a risk in this method someone please correct me!

As far as I know there is no risk if you first move your coins to another wallet. As long as you keep in mind that the wallet for which you hand over your private key is forever compromised. I created a temporary wallet and transferred  my coins to this wallet. After the fork I transfer my coins back to my normal wallet and use the private key of the temporary wallet to claim the Litecoin Cash coins. This costs me 0.002 LTC, so about 45 cents. I’m willing to pay that to keep my coins safe AND be able to claim my LCC coins.

Whether Litecoin Cash is a scam or not depends on your definition of a ‘scam’. We know LCC is not connected to LTC, but we don’t know if they are trying to rip you off. I think they are just using the name for promotional purposes and are not trying to scam LTC owners. But I can understand Lee not being happy about the use of the name. I’m actually surprised that this is legal. I know that it has happened several times before with Bitcoin. Do trademark laws not apply in the crypto world?

Good idea!
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February 17, 2018, 09:31:29 AM
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Charlie Lee has announced the launch of a new payment service called Litepal.

LitePal is the new payment processing service for Litecoin which will make it “easier for merchants to accept LTC”,

Litecoin founder Charlie Lee said on Twitter. LitePal is expected to be released later this year, although a specific date has yet been confirmed.

According to the website, users will be able to use the service with Bitcoin, Litecoin, PayPal, or Western Union.

LitePal said on Twitter: “LitePal is a Litecoin-first payment processor.

fees are expected to be “bone chillingly low”, according to litepal.io - the official website of the new payment processor.
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February 17, 2018, 09:33:26 AM
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Nice to see LTC is having nice updates these days even if not so big ones. A bit perplexed about Charlie Lee having sold his stack but I bet on bright future seeing it's an imprpved BTC (even if 2,5 min. per block still is too much for daily transactions).

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February 17, 2018, 03:10:27 PM
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What wallet will you move your LTC to, to collect the LCC?   I have my LTC in the Ledger Nano S.  Thanks.


last time i try to get bitcoin cash, i actually invested 10+H if not 20, to get few BTG, when i get it the price was 50% from its high, and the bit also lost ground, so for this reasons, i dont know if i will try to get this free coins, to risky, i actually need to give my computer to repair bcs of the bitcoin gold fork. I dont trust them, but to claim them i think its only exodos wallet apropriate and easy to claim it, and look for video on youtube how to claim free coins later on, i dont have the nervous to get this free coins. i rather sold all to fiat and close margins, and go to ski..lol
and after reading this: https://bitcoinist.com/charlie-lee-labels-litecoin-cash-scam/

no way this is smart, to give private key to someone elses wallet,...they must be kidding...lol

you would extract/dump your priv key, then after the fork move your coins to a new address that way all they would be getting is an empty private key that only proves that you held X amount of LTC at the forking block......there is no risk this way...if there is a risk in this method someone please correct me!

As far as I know there is no risk if you first move your coins to another wallet. As long as you keep in mind that the wallet for which you hand over your private key is forever compromised. I created a temporary wallet and transferred  my coins to this wallet. After the fork I transfer my coins back to my normal wallet and use the private key of the temporary wallet to claim the Litecoin Cash coins. This costs me 0.002 LTC, so about 45 cents. I’m willing to pay that to keep my coins safe AND be able to claim my LCC coins.

Whether Litecoin Cash is a scam or not depends on your definition of a ‘scam’. We know LCC is not connected to LTC, but we don’t know if they are trying to rip you off. I think they are just using the name for promotional purposes and are not trying to scam LTC owners. But I can understand Lee not being happy about the use of the name. I’m actually surprised that this is legal. I know that it has happened several times before with Bitcoin. Do trademark laws not apply in the crypto world?
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February 17, 2018, 03:31:52 PM
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is cryptopia  wallet will support LTC hard fork ?
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Probably not. It's a stupid fork nobody asked for.

yes funny thats charlie lee says its scam
https://twitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/960197866546282496
Hamn, We might have to go check it out now! Figured it out and don't fall victim. Be aware such of fishy attempts just believe strongly in LTC. Use it to purchase other coins cause its less expensive than BTC.

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February 17, 2018, 03:35:36 PM
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charlie lee will find out the hard way that litecoin market is bigger than charlie lee.
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ALERT!ALERT!ALERT!!! DO NOT USE LITEADDRESS.ORG TO GET A PAPER WALLET. THE ADDRESSES ARE FAKE. I TESTED IT AND LOST MY COINS.
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February 17, 2018, 04:15:32 PM
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any fork OP has a twtr fit!~ "litecoin" is a sector of coins look at [EMC2] a classic fork using litecoin algo/code :-D haha ===>

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