13,000 ATMs in South Korea to Support Litecoin Withdrawal and Remittances

On Feb. 28, the Litecoin Foundation announced a partnership with MeconCash to roll-out Litecoin (LTC) to Korean won withdrawals and remittances from 13,000 ATMs in South Korea. The partnership will see LTC integrated onto MeconCash’s M.Pay payments platform. Litecoin will also be accepted as payment on MeconCash’s retail platform MeconMall, and to pay for games that accept M.Pay rewards. According to CryptoCompare, 24-hour trade between Litcoin and won produced nearly $4.3 million in trade — comprising 0.82 percent of total trade at press time. Charlie Lee, the managing director of…

Litecoin Prints Array of Buying Signals, and That’s Massively Bullish for Crypto

Despite the brutal retracement the cryptocurrency market saw this week, a top analyst is getting bullish on Litecoin, citing an array of technical factors. While this may not seem relevant to many readers, as many of you may not trade or own the altcoin, LTC’s directionality could have a strong effect on the rest of the crypto asset class, Bitcoin included. Related Reading: The Simpsons Just Ran a Bitcoin Segment, and Crypto Twitter Is Raving About It Litecoin Prints Number of Strong Buying Signals The pullback in the cryptocurrency market…

Litecoin Foundation Partners With Cred to Let Holders Earn Interest

Litecoin Foundation is partnering with Cred to offer interest on Litecoin (LTC) collateral, a Feb. 10 press release announced. Cred customers can lock their coins with the provider to earn up to 10% annual percentage rate. Thanks to the strategic partnership, LTC holders will be able to lend their cryptocurrency at lucrative rates, similar to the various decentralized finance (DeFi) solutions on Ethereum. To benefit from the interest, a commitment of six months is required, with monthly interest payments in either fiat or cryptocurrency. Other Cred partners such as Bitcoin.com,…

Litecoin Closing Above This Level Could Mean 100% Surge Will Take Place

There was a time when Litecoin was trading alongside the crypto market’s foremost leaders, Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP. But over the past few years, since the previous market bubble, the prominent altcoin has suffered. As of the time of writing this article, LTC is now the seventh-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization — not bad by any stretch but not as good as it has been in the past. According to a prominent Bitcoin analyst, however, Litecoin could be on the verge of gaining even more strength against its altcoin brethren,…

Yes, EOS, Litecoin, and Ethereum Are Up A Lot, But No, “Altseason” Isn’t Here Yet. Here’s Why

Major crypto assets like EOS, Litecoin, and Ethereum are up by around five percent on average, and investors have been quick to call the start to an altseason. In crypto, an altseason refers to when so-called alternative cryptocurrencies begin to surge in value amidst rising momentum in the market. Many crypto assets have increased significantly in value over the past two weeks, but considering their steep fall from record highs and their performances in comparison to bitcoin, it is still too early to call it an altseason. How have major…

Crypto Investor Declares Alt Season as Litecoin, Ethereum and EOS Come Alive

A popular host and crypto investor has made a bullish statement on altcoins. Ran NeuNer’s tweet was met with heavy criticism. Nevertheless, it is difficult to deny that large market cap coins are showing signs of strength. It’s not a secret that most alternative coins or altcoins are dependent on bitcoin. Wherever BTC goes, almost every other crypto token follows. That’s especially true for large market cap coins such as Ethereum, Litecoin and EOS. A score of one indicates perfect correlation. | Source: CoinMetrics Bitcoin’s recent resurgence is helping drag…

BlockFi Includes Litecoin and USDC in Lending Portfolio

Cryptocurrency has gone through a lot of new developments over the past few months and today, cryptocurrency lending company BlockFi made a major new announcement. The company, which operates its own platform, announced today that it has added support for two more digital assets. Major Expansion The company announced that from now on, loans can be disbursed in the form of Litecoin as well as in the stablecoin USDC. USDC is backed by the United States Dollar. This is a significant development for Litecoin and USDC, as both those cryptocurrencies…

Crypto Lending Firm BlockFi Adds Support for Litecoin and USD Coin

Major cryptocurrency lending company BlockFi has added support for two new assets to its list of supported digital currencies. According to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Jan. 8, the firm has added major altcoin Litecoin (LTC) and USD Coin (USDC) — the dollar-backed stablecoin from major United States-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase.  The new additions mean that BlockFi users can now trade and receive loans as well as interest with the aforementioned cryptocurrencies. Clients can earn monthly compounding interest through the BlockFi Interest Account (BIA). USDC carries an annual…

BlockFi Adds Litecoin, USDC to Its Lending Product Suite

Crypto lending startup BlockFi now supports litecoin and dollar-backed stablecoin USD Coin (USDC) on its platform, enabling users to earn interest on, trade and receive loans backed by the assets. The initial annual percentage yield on the assets will be 8.6 percent for USDC and 3.78 percent for litecoin.  In 2020, the company aims to add five to 10 new assets including USDC and LTC and is looking most aggressively at the top 20 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization and U.S.-domiciled dollar-backed stablecoins, said Zac Prince, BlockFi’s CEO and founder. USDC…

Litecoin ‘Largest Miner Capitulation’ Great News for Bitcoin — Analyst

Bitcoin (BTC) could have its bull market induced by Litecoin (LTC) as the latter enters a bullish renaissance, noted statistician Willy Woo has forecast. In a series of tweets on Jan. 6, Woo, well known in crypto circles as the creator of data resource Woobull, highlighted an upturn in Litecoin’s fortunes in recent weeks. Woo: Litecoin difficulty “in recovery” Specifically, it is the altcoin’s mining difficulty that has begun rising once more after more than six months of decline. The difficulty is a measure of how much computing effort is…