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Latest Litecoin Updates From Asian Blockchain Summit 2019

Asia Blockchain Summit 2019 (ABS 2019), the biggest blockchain event in Asia, currently held at Taipei. The first day of the event (July 2nd) is successfully completed. Many crypto influencers, founders and traders were present at the event, one among them was, Founder and CEO of Litecoin, Charlie Lee.

During the event, The litecoin platform has built an excellent looking Litecoin booth Via Tokens Agency.

Charlie Lee also, discussed about bitcoin with Nouriel Roubinis, who is an American Economist.

However, it seems that LiteCoin had attracted more users on to their network. Additionally, Charlie Lee also tweeted, with a picture with Tyler Spalding from Flexa HQ, claiming something related to new payment methods with LiteCoin. For that, we’d have to wait and see as new information is yet to be revealed.

Litecoin and Charlie Lee are getting a lot of hype in the crypto industry. Recently, Charlie lee has also been invited  by Justin Sun to the Power of One Lunch, with Warren Buffett. However other people yet to be disclosed by Justin Sun.

Is LiteCoin Getting Better?

LiteCoin has been going up, and the trading volume is higher than ever, which might even lead to XRP being overtaken. Analyst believe that, LTC might surely rise, with their excellent investment returns and adaptive nature. It has achieved tremendous growth in price, market cap and trading volume.

 Litcoin is still showing some ups and downs, after overtaking Bitcoin Cash recently, and is now seeing to catch up BCH. however, it’s fairly uncertain to say if LTC price will maintain this, its pretty clear the coin shall slowly but surely do a great job in this volatile market.

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Qadir AK

Qadir Ak - Co-founder of Coinpedia Blog - His interest as crypto Author, Editor, Speaker at cryptocurrency conference has made him known as passionate blogger and startup in Asia.

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