What is LTC (Litecoin)?
LTC is a payment currency developed to make up for the potential shortcomings of Bitcoin.
For example, LTC approves transactions four times faster than Bitcoin.
The benefits of LTC are not limited to transaction approval speed.
If the price of 1BTC exceeds 10 million yen, you will not be able to use it for small payments due to fees.
At that time, LTC is trying to use it for small payments instead of Bitcoin.
Those who expect Bitcoin to be used all over the world refer to Bitcoin as gold and LTC as silver.
Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the United States, has become a popular currency in the United States because it could only trade three types of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin until around December 2017.
Demand in the United States seems to have a significant impact on the value of LTC, so be sure to check trends in the United States when purchasing LTC.
How much does LTC (Litecoin) cost?
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What is the future of LTC (Litecoin)?
As Bitcoin becomes more widely used, the value of LTC will increase accordingly.
If the use of virtual currencies as a payment method becomes commonplace worldwide, LTC will increase in value.