The crypto exchange Binance has issued a warning about a large-scale dusting attack on Litecoin users.
Taiwanese smartphone and electronic tablets manufacturer HTC says its blockchain-powered smartphone, the Exodus, will support Litecoin.
My thoughts about the LItecoin halvening coming up in about 30 days.
New York-based blockchain payment startup Flexa has added litecoin (LTC) as the fifth crypto accepted by merchants on its payment network, the company officially announced on July 3.
According to a recent report, a new credit card is set to be launched by the Litecoin Foundation. The card which is a special edition card will allow users to pay out their virtual currency either online or in physical store outlets anywhere in the world where major credit cards are accepted, it will also support Bibox Token (BIX), Ternio (TERN), and Litecoin (LTC).
International kickboxing promotions firm Glory has started accepting Litecoin payments for tickets. To celebrate the announcement, the company is offering those choosing to pay using the crypto asset an exclusive package to really enjoy a fight in style.
Just as Bitcoin (BTC) has so-called “halvenings”, Litecoin (LTC) does too. While the popular altcoin is different than its proverbial godfather, sporting a different block hashing algorithm, quicker block times, and a different focus, Litecoin has block reward reductions built in.
The Litecoin (LTC) network hash power hit nearly 380 TH/s on May 25, 2019, exceeding hash power from January 2018 and bringing it to its ATH. The cryptocurrency is a little over 70 days away from its halvening and is surging in terms of hashrate and the number of transactions.
A new Litecoin whale has emerged out of the blue. On November 30, about 35.4 million LTC, which accounts for 60% of the coin’s total market cap was moved by one address.
Submarine swaps are atomic on-chain to off-chain swaps (and vice-versa) of cryptocurrencies.