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Author Topic: [ANN] Litecoin - a lite version of Bitcoin. Launched!  (Read 1443293 times)
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April 17, 2018, 09:24:15 PM
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Another Litecoin debit card on work! Charlie Lee on Twitter: "Seems like another Litecoin debit card in the works. Not hyping... Just excited to see so many companies supporting Litecoin! 😁" And is Wirex this time, maybe we'll get trough!
Another good news for Litecoin: KorbitBTC will launch LTC trading! More info here https://twitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/986135546215845888 !


what kind of fees would a 'debit' card have in this manner? My bank account debit card has no fees if I use it with the bank, but that will not apply in this case.

(I just don't know enough about debit cards outside of the one my bank gives me)

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April 18, 2018, 06:59:37 AM
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Another Litecoin debit card on work! Charlie Lee on Twitter: "Seems like another Litecoin debit card in the works. Not hyping... Just excited to see so many companies supporting Litecoin! 😁" And is Wirex this time, maybe we'll get trough!
Another good news for Litecoin: KorbitBTC will launch LTC trading! More info here https://twitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/986135546215845888 !


what kind of fees would a 'debit' card have in this manner? My bank account debit card has no fees if I use it with the bank, but that will not apply in this case.

(I just don't know enough about debit cards outside of the one my bank gives me)

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The spending fees are 0 or small for payments, but they take 1-2% on the crypto->fiat exchange rate Wink
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April 18, 2018, 07:02:44 AM
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oh guys I so believe in Litecoin.  Even now it's super popular,  what will be later?  can't guess. such a good coin
You are right because LiteCoin always follows after Bitcoin. LTC is like younger brother for BTC.
But LTC has more opportunities than BTC: it has higher speed and lower fees.

But, does it have electrolytes?

i think that i read somewhere that it has lambos.
is that any use to you?

If those lambos you speak of contain or use electrolytes, that would be huge!

I'll look into it  Wink
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April 18, 2018, 08:21:29 AM
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oh guys I so believe in Litecoin.  Even now it's super popular,  what will be later?  can't guess. such a good coin
You are right because LiteCoin always follows after Bitcoin. LTC is like younger brother for BTC.
But LTC has more opportunities than BTC: it has higher speed and lower fees.

But, does it have electrolytes?

 EXTRA BIGASS FRIES
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April 18, 2018, 08:29:04 AM
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oh guys I so believe in Litecoin.  Even now it's super popular,  what will be later?  can't guess. such a good coin
You are right because LiteCoin always follows after Bitcoin. LTC is like younger brother for BTC.
But LTC has more opportunities than BTC: it has higher speed and lower fees.

But, does it have electrolytes?

 EXTRA BIGASS FRIES

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At least someone got the reference... Wink
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April 18, 2018, 08:32:53 AM
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im crying Wink just to see the posts from 2011 when legendary arguing each other for this coin. man... its only takes 6 years for becoming billionaire. I wish im here earlier Grin
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April 18, 2018, 12:12:36 PM
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Litecoin is on the Korean Korbit exchange today, and is expected to rise in the evening. We will wait and see together
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April 18, 2018, 12:22:00 PM
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Litecoin is on the Korean Korbit exchange today, and is expected to rise in the evening. We will wait and see together

It is already trading but this is not a big exchange which bring any kind impact on the price I don't have such high expectation from this listing because it is already on Korean exchanges. This is not a big news as like you are saying.
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April 18, 2018, 07:04:51 PM
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This coin is quite interesting, I will wait for the next announcement, of course with more detailed information, about mining and swimming pool, does this coin hold a bounty or signature campaign ... Hopefully worth the investment. Cheesy
What??
Although you are a newbie, your question sounds ridiculous. Perhaps you ask Bitcoin to make a bounty or signature campaign?  Grin
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April 18, 2018, 07:11:55 PM
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A good future awaits Litecoin. The price will be at least 1/10 of the Bitcoin price. The coin develops and soon there will be a turning point when cryptocurrency is legalized. Payments in cryptocurrencies will become commonplace and not the lot of crypto enthusiasts and speculators
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April 19, 2018, 06:13:19 AM
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This coin is quite interesting, I will wait for the next announcement, of course with more detailed information, about mining and swimming pool, does this coin hold a bounty or signature campaign ... Hopefully worth the investment. Cheesy
What??
Although you are a newbie, your question sounds ridiculous. Perhaps you ask Bitcoin to make a bounty or signature campaign?  Grin

Nevermind them, it's just clueless n00bs who got in at the ATH because their hairdresser/mechanic told them about an ICO.
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April 19, 2018, 10:54:53 AM
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This coin is quite interesting, I will wait for the next announcement, of course with more detailed information, about mining and swimming pool, does this coin hold a bounty or signature campaign ... Hopefully worth the investment. Cheesy
What??
Although you are a newbie, your question sounds ridiculous. Perhaps you ask Bitcoin to make a bounty or signature campaign?  Grin

Nevermind them, it's just clueless n00bs who got in at the ATH because their hairdresser/mechanic told them about an ICO.

... and didn't realise what 'short it' meant.  Roll Eyes
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April 19, 2018, 05:19:08 PM
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If this fork is not that significant as there is not much movement opposed to other coin which got forked recently ?
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April 19, 2018, 06:38:54 PM
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April 20, 2018, 12:33:38 PM
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I mistakenly sent LTC to BTC address Sad is there anything the LTC devs can do with this wrong transactions? Will it be rejected by the LTC blockchain because the transaction is erroneous? Please help... here's the TXID: ca46709a5ebc97d932423c41da78b4b047e43bff5e0e426d041cf5dfd6db9f85

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April 20, 2018, 12:49:05 PM
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I mistakenly sent LTC to BTC address Sad is there anything the LTC devs can do with this wrong transactions? Will it be rejected by the LTC blockchain because the transaction is erroneous? Please help... here's the TXID: ca46709a5ebc97d932423c41da78b4b047e43bff5e0e426d041cf5dfd6db9f85

The transaction is valid. But there is a chance to get the coins back if you are the owner of the BTC wallet.

If you have access to the private keys of the BTC address, then you can generally create the same private key for a LTC wallet and access your LTC.

The procedure is different depending on what that BTC address is (HW wallet, desktop wallet, exchange address, ...). Google has many answers Wink

If you don't own the BTC address, consider this an expensive lesson, sorry...
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April 20, 2018, 12:51:06 PM
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https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/litecoin/
In fact, the price of Litecoin has not risen too much recent days, in comparison with other altcoins.

I'm sure you were trying to make a point with this statement, but somehow forgot to actually write it down.

Care to enlighten me?
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April 20, 2018, 02:45:34 PM
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I mistakenly sent LTC to BTC address Sad is there anything the LTC devs can do with this wrong transactions? Will it be rejected by the LTC blockchain because the transaction is erroneous? Please help... here's the TXID: ca46709a5ebc97d932423c41da78b4b047e43bff5e0e426d041cf5dfd6db9f85

The transaction is valid. But there is a chance to get the coins back if you are the owner of the BTC wallet.

If you have access to the private keys of the BTC address, then you can generally create the same private key for a LTC wallet and access your LTC.

The procedure is different depending on what that BTC address is (HW wallet, desktop wallet, exchange address, ...). Google has many answers Wink

If you don't own the BTC address, consider this an expensive lesson, sorry...

No...it's okay to comment such. Maybe an instance like this could help the LTC blockchain. Maybe the devs can create a program that if ever LTC will be sent to any other BTC/altcoin addresses (erroneous transaction) it will automatically comes back to the sender's wallet.

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April 20, 2018, 02:53:13 PM
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I mistakenly sent LTC to BTC address Sad is there anything the LTC devs can do with this wrong transactions? Will it be rejected by the LTC blockchain because the transaction is erroneous? Please help... here's the TXID: ca46709a5ebc97d932423c41da78b4b047e43bff5e0e426d041cf5dfd6db9f85

The transaction is valid. But there is a chance to get the coins back if you are the owner of the BTC wallet.

If you have access to the private keys of the BTC address, then you can generally create the same private key for a LTC wallet and access your LTC.

The procedure is different depending on what that BTC address is (HW wallet, desktop wallet, exchange address, ...). Google has many answers Wink

If you don't own the BTC address, consider this an expensive lesson, sorry...

No...it's okay to comment such. Maybe an instance like this could help the LTC blockchain. Maybe the devs can create a program that if ever LTC will be sent to any other BTC/altcoin addresses (erroneous transaction) it will automatically comes back to the sender's wallet.

They did provide a solution. It's called an M type address. It helps differentiate between LTC and BTC multisig addresses.

What you are talking about is not going to happen. It violates the basic principles of Litecoin. There is no Undo. It's kind of the whole point...
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April 20, 2018, 05:44:42 PM
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All other big coins have already rise significantly in last 2 days, so it won't take long before LTC will pump as well
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