TenX, a blockchain pioneer that makes multiple cryptocurrencies instantly spendable in everyday life, today announced that it has added Litecoin (LTC) to TenX Mobile Wallet for both iOS and Android.
The Litecoin Foundation, a non-profit organization registered in Singapore with a mission to advance blockchain technologies today addressed the LTC community to inform that a couple of days ago, the Litecoin Foundation was contacted by Kenneth Asare, CEO of LitePay, who informed them that he has ceased all operations and is preparing to sell the company.
GMO Coin, Inc. a Japanese crypto exchange has announced the launch today of Litecoin handling, where users can now buy, sell and trade LTC against the yen.
Back in June, Chicago-based Athena Bitcoin, the popular bitcoin ATM and wallet provider announced they would start selling litecoin (LTC) from their automated teller machines in a trial period at select Atlanta area ATM locations.
ViaBTC Exchange, the cryptocurrency exchange platform launched last month by China-based ViaBTC Limited, announced today they’ve launched a Litecoin versus Chinese Yuan (CNY) market. Last week, the new exchange launched Zcash ZEC / Chinese Yuan (CNY) trading.
Athena Bitcoin (or shall we say, Athena Litecoin?), the popular Bitcoin ATM and wallet provider announced today they will now start selling Litecoin (LTC) from their automated teller machines.
Bitcoin-based trading platform Evolve Markets today added support for Litecoin trading with leverage set at 3:1. Users can now access LTC/USD and LTC/BTC. The company’s announcement was planned to coincide with the much awaited SegWit activation on the Litecoin protocol.
BitPanda, the European-based cryptocurrency exchange last month announced the re-addition of Litecoin to the service. The company reported high user demand for it which prompted the firm to make the decision to re-enable the buying and selling of LTC.
Announced on Thursday of this week from Bithumb, Korea’s largest bitcoin and digital currency exchange was news of litecoin (LTC) getting newly listed. The announcement looks to have provided further positive momentum for the “little brother” of bitcoin as Sunday has seen a resuming of the bull run which got underway starting on March 30th.
Back in March, it was announced that Litecoin (LTC) had been added on San Francisco-based GDAX, the Coinbase owned trading platform for advanced users. Now, officially announced today, the popular U.S.
AlphaVend has just launched its first 24-hour bitcoin machine on Brighton’s seafront, yards from the famous seaside town’s iconic pier. After successfully deploying machines in London and Scotland, AlphaVend is optimistic about its location on England’s south coast.
BitPanda customers will now be able to buy Litecoin using any of the firm’s accepted payment options, which include Visa, Mastercard, Sofort, SEPA, Neteller, Skrill and EPS/Giropay.