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Rank

Litecoin, LTC

$44.44 ( -0.08% )

Market Cap

$2 888 732 735

24 Hour Volume

$2 075 117 399

Available Supply

65 010 054

Litecoin / US Dollar Chart, LTC/USD ()


Open price: 0.0
High price: 0.0
Average price: 0.0
Close price: 0.0
Low price: 0.0
Change: 0.0%

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Exchange
Pair
Volume
Volume (%)
1.
LTC/USDT
799 285 308 USD
38.84 %
2.
LTC/BTC
345 455 357 USD
16.79 %
3.

EXX EXX

LTC/USDT
286 899 397 USD
13.94 %
4.
LTC/BTC
40 149 534 USD
1.95 %
5.
LTC/TRY
39 624 756 USD
1.93 %
6.
LTC/USDT
38 004 042 USD
1.85 %
7.
LTC/USDT
25 045 935 USD
1.22 %
8.
LTC/USDT
22 856 693 USD
1.11 %
9.
LTC/USDT
22 353 873 USD
1.09 %
10.
LTC/USDT
19 617 413 USD
0.95 %
11.
LTC/BTC
18 981 712 USD
0.92 %
12.
LTC/BTC
17 624 914 USD
0.86 %
13.
LTC/USDT
15 980 965 USD
0.78 %
14.
LTC/USDT
15 634 029 USD
0.76 %
15.
LTC/USDT
12 725 168 USD
0.62 %
16.

ZB ZB

LTC/USDT
12 321 767 USD
0.60 %
17.
LTC/USDT
12 242 604 USD
0.59 %
18.
LTC/BTC
11 012 255 USD
0.54 %
19.
LTC/USDT
10 729 298 USD
0.52 %
20.
LTC/BTC
9 727 391 USD
0.47 %
21.
LTC/USDT
9 437 219 USD
0.46 %
22.
LTC/USDT
9 267 791 USD
0.45 %
23.
LTC/USDT
8 816 648 USD
0.43 %
24.
LTC/USDT
8 782 898 USD
0.43 %
25.
LTC/USDT
8 728 505 USD
0.42 %
26.
LTC/USDT
8 341 133 USD
0.41 %
27.
LTC/BTC
8 281 092 USD
0.40 %
28.
LTC/TRX
8 184 442 USD
0.40 %
29.
LTC/ETH
7 858 017 USD
0.38 %
30.
LTC/USDT
6 909 119 USD
0.34 %
31.
LTC/USDT
6 648 336 USD
0.32 %
32.
LTC/ETH
6 252 791 USD
0.30 %
33.
LTC/TWD
6 007 545 USD
0.29 %
34.
LTC/BTC
5 847 493 USD
0.28 %
35.
LTC/USDT
5 814 665 USD
0.28 %
36.
LTC/BTC
5 660 997 USD
0.28 %
37.
LTC/USDT
5 062 433 USD
0.25 %
38.
LTC/BTC
4 759 673 USD
0.23 %
39.
LTC/USDT
4 657 877 USD
0.23 %
40.
LTC/BTC
4 379 825 USD
0.21 %
41.
LTC/USD
4 275 614 USD
0.21 %
42.

ZBG ZBG

LTC/USDT
4 119 732 USD
0.20 %
43.
LTC/USDT
4 008 363 USD
0.19 %
44.
LTC/USDT
3 986 508 USD
0.19 %
45.
LTC/USDT
3 981 668 USD
0.19 %
46.
LTC/USD
3 790 023 USD
0.18 %
47.
LTC/BTC
3 589 179 USD
0.17 %
48.
LTC/BTC
3 477 276 USD
0.17 %
49.
LTC/BTC
3 476 475 USD
0.17 %
50.
LTC/BTC
3 400 431 USD
0.17 %
51.
LTC/KRW
3 202 710 USD
0.16 %
52.

MXC MXC

LTC/USDT
3 167 294 USD
0.15 %
53.
LTC/BTC
3 047 336 USD
0.15 %
54.
LTC/BTC
2 872 990 USD
0.14 %
55.
LTC/BTC
2 607 439 USD
0.13 %
56.
LTC/USDT
2 576 730 USD
0.13 %
57.
LTC/BTC
2 523 885 USD
0.12 %
58.
LTC/BTC
2 523 386 USD
0.12 %
59.
LTC/ETH
2 383 433 USD
0.12 %
60.
LTC/BTC
2 344 103 USD
0.11 %
61.
LTC/BTC
2 305 377 USD
0.11 %
62.
LTC/BTC
2 287 470 USD
0.11 %
63.
LTC/BTC
2 284 291 USD
0.11 %
64.
LTC/USDT
2 270 293 USD
0.11 %
65.
LTC/USDT
2 067 745 USD
0.10 %
66.
LTC/BTC
2 058 839 USD
0.10 %
67.
LTC/ETH
2 050 950 USD
0.10 %
68.
LTC/BCH
2 017 651 USD
0.10 %
69.
LTC/USDT
1 986 035 USD
0.10 %
70.
LTC/USDT
1 851 382 USD
0.09 %
71.
LTC/BTC
1 795 853 USD
0.09 %
72.
LTC/BTC
1 791 576 USD
0.09 %
73.
LTC/BTC
1 714 723 USD
0.08 %
74.
LTC/ETH
1 656 852 USD
0.08 %
75.
LTC/USDT
1 580 300 USD
0.08 %
76.
LTC/PAX
1 544 336 USD
0.08 %
77.
LTC/USDT
1 542 839 USD
0.07 %
78.
LTC/BTC
1 404 281 USD
0.07 %
79.
LTC/USDT
1 374 347 USD
0.07 %
80.
LTC/XRP
1 344 752 USD
0.07 %
81.
LTC/USDT
1 321 630 USD
0.06 %
82.
LTC/USDT
1 283 166 USD
0.06 %
83.
LTC/USD
1 251 413 USD
0.06 %
84.
LTC/USDT
1 230 877 USD
0.06 %
85.
LTC/USD
1 199 543 USD
0.06 %
86.
LTC/OKB
1 193 652 USD
0.06 %
87.

ZB ZB

LTC/QC
1 140 310 USD
0.06 %
88.
LTC/USDC
1 046 234 USD
0.05 %
89.
LTC/USDT
950 334 USD
0.05 %
90.
LTC/USD
948 878 USD
0.05 %
91.
LTC/ETH
902 564 USD
0.04 %
92.
LTC/BTC
824 459 USD
0.04 %
93.
LTC/USDT
802 385 USD
0.04 %
94.
LTC/BTC
784 236 USD
0.04 %
95.
LTC/ETH
750 979 USD
0.04 %
96.
LTC/VET
712 429 USD
0.03 %
97.
LTC/BTC
695 126 USD
0.03 %
98.

MXC MXC

LTC/ETH
678 413 USD
0.03 %
99.
LTC/BTC
666 139 USD
0.03 %
100.
LTC/BTC
650 148 USD
0.03 %
101.
LTC/USD
614 762 USD
0.03 %
102.
LTC/USDT
611 720 USD
0.03 %
103.
LTC/USDT
601 904 USD
0.03 %
104.
LTC/DAI
543 184 USD
0.03 %
105.
LTC/BTC
541 793 USD
0.03 %
106.
LTC/USDT
516 972 USD
0.03 %
107.
LTC/BTC
488 590 USD
0.02 %
108.
LTC/ETH
485 768 USD
0.02 %
109.
LTC/EUR
472 729 USD
0.02 %
110.
LTC/EUR
465 670 USD
0.02 %
111.
LTC/ETH
456 346 USD
0.02 %
112.
LTC/ETH
455 593 USD
0.02 %
113.
LTC/EUR
449 555 USD
0.02 %
114.
LTC/QC
447 077 USD
0.02 %
115.
LTC/BTC
429 098 USD
0.02 %
116.
LTC/BTC
423 704 USD
0.02 %
117.
LTC/ETH
423 646 USD
0.02 %
118.
LTC/USD
420 385 USD
0.02 %
119.
LTC/USDT
418 751 USD
0.02 %
120.
LTC/ETH
415 821 USD
0.02 %
121.
LTC/KRW
408 951 USD
0.02 %
122.
LTC/TRY
401 850 USD
0.02 %
123.
LTC/BTC
398 270 USD
0.02 %
124.
LTC/GBP
370 566 USD
0.02 %
125.
LTC/KRW
356 132 USD
0.02 %
126.
LTC/TUSD
339 885 USD
0.02 %
127.
LTC/EUR
336 060 USD
0.02 %
128.
LTC/ETH
320 681 USD
0.02 %
129.
LTC/ETH
300 320 USD
0.01 %
130.
LTC/USD
297 056 USD
0.01 %
131.
LTC/USDT
294 342 USD
0.01 %
132.
LTC/BUSD
291 435 USD
0.01 %
133.
LTC/BTC
290 527 USD
0.01 %
134.
LTC/VD
288 684 USD
0.01 %
135.
LTC/USDK
258 815 USD
0.01 %
136.
LTC/USDC
257 416 USD
0.01 %
137.
LTC/PAX
245 184 USD
0.01 %
138.
LTC/BTC
228 322 USD
0.01 %
139.
LTC/EUR
222 742 USD
0.01 %
140.
LTC/BTC
206 492 USD
0.01 %
141.
LTC/USD
205 815 USD
0.01 %
142.
LTC/USDT
200 167 USD
0.01 %
143.

FTX FTX

LTC/USD
198 910 USD
0.01 %
144.
LTC/BTC
194 839 USD
0.01 %
145.
LTC/ETH
186 867 USD
0.01 %
146.

ZB ZB

LTC/BTC
171 860 USD
0.01 %
147.
LTC/USD
163 419 USD
0.01 %
148.
LTC/BUSD
155 892 USD
0.01 %
149.
ETH/LTC
153 632 USD
0.01 %
150.
LTC/BNB
152 424 USD
0.01 %
151.
LTC/PAX
145 322 USD
0.01 %
152.
LTC/ETH
135 899 USD
0.01 %
153.
LTC/BTC
132 835 USD
0.01 %
154.
LTC/TUSD
123 336 USD
0.01 %
155.
LTC/BTC
116 703 USD
0.01 %
156.
LTC/EUR
116 626 USD
0.01 %
157.
LTC/USDT
116 269 USD
0.01 %
158.
LTC/HT
112 412 USD
0.01 %
159.
LTC/RUB
108 380 USD
0.01 %
160.
LTC/KRW
105 235 USD
0.01 %
161.
LTC/BTC
99 057 USD
0.00 %
162.
LTC/BTC
98 296 USD
0.00 %
163.
LTC/USD
94 479 USD
0.00 %
164.
LTC/ETH
94 055 USD
0.00 %
165.
LTC/ETH
93 990 USD
0.00 %
166.
LTC/ETH
92 647 USD
0.00 %
167.
LTC/HUSD
91 618 USD
0.00 %
168.
LTC/BTC
90 429 USD
0.00 %
169.
LTC/BTC
78 957 USD
0.00 %
170.
LTC/USDT
75 623 USD
0.00 %
171.

FTX FTX

LTC/USDT
74 244 USD
0.00 %
172.
LTC/USD
71 996 USD
0.00 %
173.
LTC/BNB
70 858 USD
0.00 %
174.
LTC/BTC
70 609 USD
0.00 %
175.
LTC/USDT
67 124 USD
0.00 %
176.
LTC/BTC
63 150 USD
0.00 %
177.
LTC/ETH
56 799 USD
0.00 %
178.
LTC/ETH
40 207 USD
0.00 %
179.
LTC/KRW
37 094 USD
0.00 %
180.
LTC/RUB
33 268 USD
0.00 %
181.
LTC/UAH
29 811 USD
0.00 %
182.
LTC/BTC
26 526 USD
0.00 %
183.
LTC/EUR
26 479 USD
0.00 %
184.
LTC/ETH
24 783 USD
0.00 %
185.
LTC/BTC
22 977 USD
0.00 %
186.
LTC/UAH
22 179 USD
0.00 %
187.
LTC/RUB
21 874 USD
0.00 %
188.
LTC/AUD
20 845 USD
0.00 %
189.
LTC/BTC
19 400 USD
0.00 %
190.
LTC/USD
18 761 USD
0.00 %
191.
LTC/RUB
18 632 USD
0.00 %
192.
LTC/BTC
18 629 USD
0.00 %
193.
LTC/BTC
18 166 USD
0.00 %
194.
LTC/KZT
16 386 USD
0.00 %
195.
LTC/USDT
14 515 USD
0.00 %
196.
LTC/UQC
13 285 USD
0.00 %
197.
LTC/BTC
11 994 USD
0.00 %
198.
LTC/BTC
9 877 USD
0.00 %
199.
LTC/EUR
9 479 USD
0.00 %
200.
LTC/EUR
7 991 USD
0.00 %
201.
LTC/USD
7 745 USD
0.00 %
202.
LTC/ETH
7 493 USD
0.00 %
203.
LTC/USDT
7 348 USD
0.00 %
204.
LTC/USDT
7 145 USD
0.00 %
205.
LTC/ETH
6 580 USD
0.00 %
206.
LTC/GBP
5 259 USD
0.00 %
207.
LTC/BTC
5 214 USD
0.00 %
208.
LTC/ETH
4 907 USD
0.00 %
209.
LTC/USDT
4 435 USD
0.00 %
210.
LTC/UAH
4 060 USD
0.00 %
211.
LTC/KCS
2 718 USD
0.00 %
212.
LTC/ETH
2 210 USD
0.00 %
213.
LTC/ETH
2 210 USD
0.00 %
214.
LTC/USDC
2 164 USD
0.00 %
215.
LTC/USD
832 USD
0.00 %
216.
LTC/UAH
783 USD
0.00 %
217.
LTC/USDC
577 USD
0.00 %
218.
LTC/BTC
504 USD
0.00 %
219.
LTC/ETH
459 USD
0.00 %
220.
LTC/BTC
432 USD
0.00 %
221.
LTC/GBP
311 USD
0.00 %
222.
LTC/TUSD
276 USD
0.00 %
223.
LTC/BCH
178 USD
0.00 %
224.
LTC/BCH
178 USD
0.00 %
225.
LTC/ETH
75 USD
0.00 %
226.
LTC/ETH
53 USD
0.00 %
227.
LTC/USDT
46 USD
0.00 %
228.
ZEC/LTC
37 USD
0.00 %
229.
LTC/BTC
32 USD
0.00 %
230.
LTC/BTC
18 USD
0.00 %
231.
LTC/BCH
11 USD
0.00 %
232.
LTC/EOS
5 USD
0.00 %
233.
LTC/USDT
5 USD
0.00 %
234.
LTC/BTC
0.0 USD
0.0 %
235.
LTC/USDT
0.0 USD
0.0 %
236.
LTC/EURS
0.0 USD
0.0 %
237.
LTC/DAI
0.0 USD
0.0 %
238.
LTC/BTC
0.0 USD
0.0 %

About Litecoin


Litecoin is a cryptographic payment system created in October 2011 on the basis of the Bitcoin code. Litecoin became the second altcoin (after Namecoin) and the third cryptocurrency in history. In the crypto community, it is conventionally called ‘digital silver’ by analogy with Bitcoin, which is deemed ‘digital gold.’

Litecoin project history

The founder of the project is Charles Lee. He published the source code of the core on 7 October 2011 and launched the distributed network on 13 October. Firstly, his network was less decentralized and secure but even then it stood out due to its increased scalability and fast transactions with minimum fees.

Charlie Lee advocates the ideas of Satoshi Nakamoto and promotes cryptocurrencies since day one. He did not strive to outrank or replace Bitcoin. His goal was to provide an alternative to the first cryptocurrency. Before his crypto project, Mr Lee worked as a software engineer in Guidewire Software (2003–2007) and in Google (2007–2013). While developing Litecoin at full blast, he was employed as an engineering manager by the Coinbase crypto exchange (2013–2017).

The project is officially owned by the Litecoin Foundation, which was a nonprofit organisation at first. Then in April 2017, the Foundation was registered in Singapore as a public company limited by guarantee. Charlie Lee is the managing director. Besides him, the board of directors includes Xinxi Wang, Alan Austin, and Zing Yang.

In December 2017, Charlie Lee sold his coin supply to avoid a conflict of interest and any influence on the litecoin price with the existing digital cash.

Litecoin cryptocurrency features

The payment system operates on the similarly-named coins — litecoins (on exchanges they received the LTC ticker). A litecoin is divided into 100 million fractions named litoshi.

Litecoin is very similar to Bitcoin: these systems have the same architecture and similar software code. Blockchains of both cryptocurrencies operate on the Proof-of-Work consensus algorithm. The difficulty of mining both coins is recalculated every 2016 blocks. The initial reward to miners was also the same — 50 coins per block.

However, Litecoin is not the Bitcoin’s branch because its blockchain did not separate from the parental one. Charlie Lee created it from scratch and borrowed only open source code and ideas. There were differences between cryptocurrencies from the start, and they multiplied over time:

Financial and technical parameters Litecoin Bitcoin
Issuance limitation 84 million LTC 21 million BTC
The time required to create a block and get the first transaction validated ~2.5 minutes ~10 minutes
Average commission for a transaction (in May 2020) 0.000290 LTC
(~$0.0129)
0.000569 BTC
(~$5.23)
Cryptographic hash function Scrypt SHA-256
The regular halving of reward Every 840 thousand blocks Every 210 thousand blocks
Current reward for a block 12.5 LTC
(from 5 August 2019)
6.25 BTC
(from 11 May 2020)
Average block size (in May 2020) 0.03 МБ 1.29 МБ
Blockchain size (in May 2020) 25.30 ГБ 277.90 ГБ

 

At first, litecoin addresses began with letter L or number 3. Since April 2017, after SegWit was activated, instead of the addresses with prefix 3, addresses with letter M came into use (they are now preferred). Some blockchain explorers or third-party wallets still support the old format with number 3. If the old address is not accepted somewhere, it can be converted to the new format via a P2SH converter.

The development team created the official wallet — Litecoin Core. This is full-fledged client software available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. There is simplified software — Electrum Litecoin, also for these three operating systems.

Litecoin price dynamics

Until the summer of 2012, early miners exchanged LTC coins only for BTC and less often for NMC, because there were no other cryptocurrencies. They had over-the-counter deals, and not through marketplaces but by personal agreement on forums. The first exchange rate was mentioned in April 2012: 1 LTC for 0.001 BTC. If you consider that BTC was already at 5.50 US dollars, then in terms of fiat, LTC was worth 0.000182 US dollars. In July 2012, LTC was listed on exchanges, where the first price was formed at 0.0325 US dollars.

LTC’s ups and downs in 2013–2018

A timeline of strong trends with a significant increase or decrease in the LTC price which led to highs and lows of the year:

  • 2013. During a flat period on 23 October, a low was set at 1.70 USD. From 18 November to 5 December: 4.13 USD ⤴ 44.53 USD (a high). From 11 to 19 December: 36.29 USD ⤵ 13.43 USD.
  • 2014. From 1 to 7 January: 24.35 USD ⤴ 29.24 USD (a high). From 12 January to 3 March: 27.05 USD ⤵ 12.78 USD. During a flat period on 29 December, a low was set at 2.69 USD.
  • 2015. From 1 to 14 January: 2.70 USD ⤵ an all-time low of 1.16 USD. From 15 June to 9 July: 2.02 USD ⤴ 7.54 USD (a high).
  • 2016. From 7 to 15 January: 3.60 USD ⤵ 3.00 USD (a low). From 23 April to 16 June: 3.33 USD ⤴ 5.66 USD (a high).
  • 2017. During a flat period on 25 January, a low was set at 3.71 USD. From 24 November to 18 December: 77.97 ⤴ an all-time high of 358.34 USD. From 19 to 30 December: 350.25 USD ⤵ 218.96 USD.
  • 2018. From 1 to 6 January: 229.03 USD ⤴ 296.45 USD (a high). From 7 January to 5 February: 288.45 USD ⤵ 125.33 USD. From 6 November to 14 December: 55.95 USD ⤵ 23.46 USD (a low).

LTC price changes in 2019

On 13 January, while being in flat, LTC set a low of 30.33 USD, which it no longer approached in a year. Then for 2019, the Litecoin chart showed four notable trends:

  1. 📈 An uptrend from 7 February to 6 April: the price rose from 33.22 to 92.57 USD.
  2. 📈 An uptrend from 29 April to 22 June: the price rose from 67.96 to 141.90 USD, a high of the year.
  3. 📉 A downtrend from 23 June to 24 September: the price fell from 136.88 to 55.82 USD.
  4. 📉 A downtrend from 10 November to 17 December: the price fell from 63.84 to 37.08 USD.

The first uptrend happened because Charlie Lee made a promise to integrate MimbleWimble in 2019 and due to negotiations with the protocol developers. It had started before BTC went out of flat in April and gave a boost to altcoin prices, although LTC made a U-turn in the same month. In May and June, bulls started a rally on the market, and LTC participated there as well, which became the second uptrend.

The growth cannot last forever, so in late June it was replaced with correction, followed by a downtrend. An attempt to make a U-turn before halving in early August was unsuccessful. In late October, again thanks to the news about MimbleWimble, the price tried to recover for two weeks but could not consolidate and went down.

2020 litecoin prediction and prospects

In early January, analyst Tone Vays whipped up the tension with his prediction that Bitcoin will ‘kill’ Litecoin and even Ethereum in the course of 2020. However, the market showed the opposite situation: an altseason was obvious, and altcoins grew more than the main coin. The uptrend was the same for each coin — from 2 January to 14 February. During that period, litecoin went up from 39.82 to 82.99 US dollars, its increase was 108.41%. In stark contrast, bitcoin showed only 47.62% of increase.

Then a common downtrend happened, followed by the market crash due to a crisis. That period was also synchronously similar — from 15 February to 12 March, because altcoins followed bitcoin. Thus, litecoin went down from 76.51 to 30.93 US dollars (59.57% of decrease), which is currently the year’s bottom.

The crisis also does not last forever, so the market began to recover as early as 19 March. However, this process was difficult for litecoin: in a month, by 19 April, its price changed from 39.07 to 42.63 US dollars (only by 9.11%). Then litecoin went flat, and bitcoin continued its recovery. As a result, in two post-crisis months (19 March — 19 May), the ‘silver’ coin went up by 15.59%, and the ‘gold’ one by 56.86%. It looks like the prediction of Tone Vays is coming true, even though it is vague.

For comparison, here are the accurate LTC price predictions for 2020 from agencies regularly doing technical analysis:

Analysts August 2020 October 2020 December 2020
Digital Coin Price $61.75 $54.16 $55.76
Long Forecast (EFA) $38.57 $32.80 $34.30
Trading Beasts $38.59 $37.61 $36.30
Wallet Investor $26.89 $15.81 $36.60

 

Litecoin roadmap

The official roadmap is temporarily unavailable. In 2016–2017, the team published it on a separate website but then abandoned it, and now there is some kind of empty blog. So, we will create a simple map of past and announced upcoming significant events.

  • 25 August 2015: the first halving — reduction of reward for a block from 50 to 25 LTC.
  • 2 January 2016: the creation of LoafWallet, a mobile wallet for iOS (based on the Bread Wallet code).
  • 26 April 2017: a protocol update — Segregated Witness soft fork aimed to improve scalability and raise the block size limit up to 4 MB.
  • 10 May 2017: final activation of Segregated Witness and the first SegWit transaction for 0.05 LTC.
  • 5 November 2018: sale launch for LTC coin from the litecoin.com commercial website with the support of the Simplex provider.
  • 25 January 2019: slight rebranding of the project by changing a logo and vision.
  • 5 August 2019: the second halving — reduction of reward for a block from 25 to 12.5 LTC.
  • 23 October 2019: two proposals for improving the Litecoin protocol (LIP-0002 and LIP-0003) by integrating MimbleWimble to ensure the privacy of LTC transactions.
  • 30 October 2019: rebranding of the LoafWallet mobile wallet and update under the Litewallet brand.
  • 4 May 2020: launch of a testnet with integrated protocol MimbleWimble.
  • Summer 2020: MimbleWimble extension will be available in the mainnet. Litecoin will be considered an optional anonymous cryptocurrency.

Litecoin Foundation achievements

Like the stages on the roadmap, these events also affected the litecoin exchange rate to the US dollar:

  • 10 July 2018: the acquisition of 9.9% of stocks in WEG Bank AG from its owner, TokenPay Swiss AG.
  • 14–15 September 2018: Litecoin Summit 2018 in San Francisco, CA.
  • 29–30 December 2018: sponsoring the UFC 232 title fight — Jon Jones vs Alexander Gustafsson, which took place in Inglewood, CA.
  • 7–11 February 2019: sponsoring the annual Mammoth Film Festival in Mammoth Lakes, CA.
  • 19 October 2019: sponsoring the San Diego International Film Festival in San Diego, CA.
  • 28–29 October 2019: Litecoin Summit 2019 in Las Vegas as a part of the Vegas Blockchain Week.

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