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Author Topic: [ANN] Litecoin - a lite version of Bitcoin. Launched!  (Read 1459791 times)
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March 15, 2018, 09:17:31 PM
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Litecoin is being one of the top performing coins against falling markets for a while now.
Litecoin investors discuss rumors about listing Litecoin on Gemini, that will strengthen LTC positions among cryptocurrency leaders.

From a technical point of view LTCBTC holds above the Bullish Trend Line, it has bounced off this line which supports the bullish scenario.

The coin recently broke above the 0.02 level, and if it manages to hold above and turn this level into firm support, we could expect an uptrend to the previous hights at 0.0207 and 0.0209. Further hights will be open if the price will be able to break the 0.021 resistance.

One of our best long term holds right now.
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March 16, 2018, 08:44:56 AM
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This just in:
https://twitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/974397377812488192
https://www.abra.com/blog/20-new-cryptocurrencies/
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March 16, 2018, 12:24:57 PM
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I didn't get it. What was the "one big unexpected surprise" - "checked" deal?
And what is that words game "Starbucks" and "@Starbucks" Sad

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March 16, 2018, 01:48:20 PM
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Litecoin is being one of the top performing coins against falling markets for a while now.
Litecoin investors discuss rumors about listing Litecoin on Gemini, that will strengthen LTC positions among cryptocurrency leaders.

From a technical point of view LTCBTC holds above the Bullish Trend Line, it has bounced off this line which supports the bullish scenario.

The coin recently broke above the 0.02 level, and if it manages to hold above and turn this level into firm support, we could expect an uptrend to the previous hights at 0.0207 and 0.0209. Further hights will be open if the price will be able to break the 0.021 resistance.

One of our best long term holds right now.
i agree its holding good, but market will be in tight range compare to the king... and by the way, this one is aperantly cripto killer wanna be Smiley

https://www.ccn.com/bitcoin-is-a-crock-politician-received-biggest-donation-from-company-at-crypto-risk/

companies like paypal, etc, will not surrender without a fight. but there model is aperantly getting like a stone age. first we had vinjel, then casets, then disks, then dvds, then USB, then now iphones ...and at money we had gold & silver coins, still do, then printed one, then checks, then credit cards, then just cards, now we have just an app on iphone,..who needs paper...
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March 16, 2018, 01:56:14 PM
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I didn't get it. What was the "one big unexpected surprise" - "checked" deal?
And what is that words game "Starbucks" and "@Starbucks" Sad

The second link is the explanation...
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March 16, 2018, 02:55:13 PM
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Sending Cryptocurrency To Email
Even if the recipient doesn’t have a wallet yet
When PayPal started, they allowed to send money to an email address of another PayPal user. Users didn’t have to exchange any wallet numbers prior to payment. Another smart move: this worked even if the recipient was not a PayPal user yet. He was prompted to sign up and instantly take the money.

In cryptocurrencies, we are still sending payments to cryptic addresses like 1BtjAzWGLyAavUkbw3QsyzzNDKdtPXk95D or TKT4UESIKTTRALRRLWS4SENSTJX6ODCW, the recipient has to be already in the system, and we need to ask him about his address. And after a payment is sent, there is no easy way to tell who was the recipient. Not quite user friendly for mass adoption.

Now, this is going to change.

With the release of Byteball wallet version 2.0, Byteball users can send Bytes to email. Even if the recipient is not in Byteball yet.

The sender just writes an email address where he would normally write a Byteball address:


When he hits “Send”, his email app is opened with prefilled text for the recipient. The sender can edit it before sending.

The recipient receives an email like this:


He clicks the link and the money is added to his balance. If he doesn’t have a wallet yet, he is prompted to install in order to receive the money.

Simple as hell.

When PayPal was starting, email was the only wide spread method of P2P communication over the Internet. Now we have a lot more options, some of them are even more convenient, especially on mobiles.

When the sender is on a mobile phone and switches to “Share via message” tab (see the screenshot above), he is able to use all the options available through the phone’s standard “Share” menu: text message, Telegram, WhatsApp, WeChat, Signal, Viber, Slack, Facebook Messenger, Skype, etc. The recipient receives the same link, but through a chat app.


In any case, the money is delivered through text media, that’s why we call it textcoin.

On the technical part, the link which is delivered contains a BIP39 mnemonic (we use dashes instead of spaces to avoid confusion with wallet seed). Only one address, with path m/44'/0'/0'/0/0, is generated from the mnemonic, the coins are actually sent to this address. When the recipient claims the funds, his wallet restores the private key from the mnemonic (everything happens in the background and looks instantaneous), and sweeps the entire balance from this address to one of his own addresses.

Double fee has to be paid, first to fill the temporary address where the money is stored in transit, then to sweep its balance. The sender adds a small amount to cover the fees spent when sweeping. So, the amount displayed in the email or text message is the exact net amount. This is to make it clearer for the recipient, especially when he is new to crypto.

The textcoins might be delivered through insecure media, such as emails or unencrypted chats. That’s why it is recommended to use them only for small amounts or through end-to-end encrypted chats, such as Signal, WhatsApp, and iMessage.

If the sender makes a mistake in the email address or chooses a wrong recipient, the money is not lost. The sender can claim the money back using the same mnemonic. It is saved in the wallet for such occasions, and a “claim back” link is available on transaction details page.

This is like PayPal but with one important difference. The money is not kept in custody of PayPal or any other third party. The money is sent directly, from sender to recipient, peer-to-peer, in the spirit of crypto.
Coblee = Charlie Lee? The Market Maker himself!
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March 16, 2018, 03:25:30 PM
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And the posting out of context reward of the week goes to:

Sending Cryptocurrency To Email
Even if the recipient doesn’t have a wallet yet
When PayPal started, they allowed to send money to an email address of another PayPal user. Users didn’t have to exchange any wallet numbers prior to payment. Another smart move: this worked even if the recipient was not a PayPal user yet. He was prompted to sign up and instantly take the money.

In cryptocurrencies, we are still sending payments to cryptic addresses like 1BtjAzWGLyAavUkbw3QsyzzNDKdtPXk95D or TKT4UESIKTTRALRRLWS4SENSTJX6ODCW, the recipient has to be already in the system, and we need to ask him about his address. And after a payment is sent, there is no easy way to tell who was the recipient. Not quite user friendly for mass adoption.

Now, this is going to change.

With the release of Byteball wallet version 2.0, Byteball users can send Bytes to email. Even if the recipient is not in Byteball yet.

The sender just writes an email address where he would normally write a Byteball address:


When he hits “Send”, his email app is opened with prefilled text for the recipient. The sender can edit it before sending.

The recipient receives an email like this:


He clicks the link and the money is added to his balance. If he doesn’t have a wallet yet, he is prompted to install in order to receive the money.

Simple as hell.

When PayPal was starting, email was the only wide spread method of P2P communication over the Internet. Now we have a lot more options, some of them are even more convenient, especially on mobiles.

When the sender is on a mobile phone and switches to “Share via message” tab (see the screenshot above), he is able to use all the options available through the phone’s standard “Share” menu: text message, Telegram, WhatsApp, WeChat, Signal, Viber, Slack, Facebook Messenger, Skype, etc. The recipient receives the same link, but through a chat app.


In any case, the money is delivered through text media, that’s why we call it textcoin.

On the technical part, the link which is delivered contains a BIP39 mnemonic (we use dashes instead of spaces to avoid confusion with wallet seed). Only one address, with path m/44'/0'/0'/0/0, is generated from the mnemonic, the coins are actually sent to this address. When the recipient claims the funds, his wallet restores the private key from the mnemonic (everything happens in the background and looks instantaneous), and sweeps the entire balance from this address to one of his own addresses.

Double fee has to be paid, first to fill the temporary address where the money is stored in transit, then to sweep its balance. The sender adds a small amount to cover the fees spent when sweeping. So, the amount displayed in the email or text message is the exact net amount. This is to make it clearer for the recipient, especially when he is new to crypto.

The textcoins might be delivered through insecure media, such as emails or unencrypted chats. That’s why it is recommended to use them only for small amounts or through end-to-end encrypted chats, such as Signal, WhatsApp, and iMessage.

If the sender makes a mistake in the email address or chooses a wrong recipient, the money is not lost. The sender can claim the money back using the same mnemonic. It is saved in the wallet for such occasions, and a “claim back” link is available on transaction details page.

This is like PayPal but with one important difference. The money is not kept in custody of PayPal or any other third party. The money is sent directly, from sender to recipient, peer-to-peer, in the spirit of crypto.
Coblee = Charlie Lee? The Market Maker himself!
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March 16, 2018, 08:01:55 PM
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StealthPay gives you the possibility buy LTC with cash if you are registered on Bittrex.

Here are the steps to go:

1) Get a XST address on Bittrex.
2) Buy StealthCoin with cash transfer here: http://www.stealthpay.com/buyxst (Western Union, MoneyGram, Contact, Unistream, Ria Money Transfer, Leader, Sigue Money Transfer, Intel Express)
3) Exchange XST (StealthCoin) to BTC on Bittrex.
4) Buy LTC with BTC.

No limits. Enjoy.

www.stealthpay.com
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March 16, 2018, 08:38:06 PM
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LTC is now more desirable for exploration investment foreign currency, but now the cost to buy when the price is not really low
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March 17, 2018, 06:42:40 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=428589.msg32494778#msg32494778

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March 17, 2018, 11:30:36 AM
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Litecoin may be able to perform after the founder's selling, but the recent adjustment has also taken place with the adjustment of who's leading bit currency.
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March 17, 2018, 03:32:00 PM
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Litecoin may be able to perform after the founder's selling, but the recent adjustment has also taken place with the adjustment of who's leading bit currency.
Litecoin grew well with bitcoin but not for long

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March 18, 2018, 12:48:18 PM
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March 19, 2018, 10:44:39 AM
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This Litecoin like bitcoin away from the historical price at the bottom of the coin, and then how to adjust or just days after a new high.
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March 19, 2018, 11:57:42 AM
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This Litecoin like bitcoin away from the historical price at the bottom of the coin, and then how to adjust or just days after a new high.
Yes.
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March 19, 2018, 02:54:43 PM
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It can extremely dangerous to buy within and then wish that the fork is worth sufficient to cover your own investment expenses.
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March 20, 2018, 02:45:48 AM
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Have any of you tried out Abra yet?

I'm tempted to give it a go just to see what it's like and how it works. Do you know if you're able to transfer out any crypto you've purchased on there to private wallets?

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March 20, 2018, 05:39:40 AM
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The founder's money runs out, and the price of Litecoin is still high. This shows that LTC has gone out of its own development system.
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March 20, 2018, 09:06:46 PM
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The cost of LTC is usually more than 15 percent less than the price you anticipate.
I think that this price is nevertheless small right now; it's time for you to invest in the LTC.
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March 21, 2018, 12:39:39 AM
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The founder's money runs out, and the price of Litecoin is still high. This shows that LTC has gone out of its own development system.

What do you mean by "founder's money runs out" ? Hss Charlie Lee declared anything? I doubt so...
Also I don't think that LTC price is high at the moment, it is less than the middle of its ATH/

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