Litecoin (LTC) is a cryptocurrency that was created based on the Bitcoin protocol but with significant changes. For example, Litecoin has a different block validation algorithm. Bitcoin uses a secure hashing algorithm (SHA), while Litecoin uses a consensus algorithm called Scrypt. Litecoin also differs in the speed of block creation and the total number of tokens. LTC is called the "lite version of Bitcoin" because it has a block time of just 2.5 minutes and extremely low transaction fees, making it suitable for micro-transactions and point-of-sale payments. Litecoin was founded by Charlie Lee, who was a former software engineer for Google. Litecoin was released via an open-source client on GitHub on 7 October 2011, and the Litecoin Network went live five days later on October 13, 2011.
What is Litecoin?
Buy Litecoin with Apple Pay or credit card
Send & Receive Litecoin
Exchange crypto to other tokens or coins
Users can easily and quickly create their own portfolio without the risk of price fluctuations during exchange.
Instant exchange with a fixed rate is a guarantee of receiving the exact amount of cryptocurrency without hidden fees.
Private keys are under client control, they are never sent or stored outside your device.
Non-custodial wallet with no registration or KYC required can be accessed on iOS, Android and Web. User is the only owner of the private key.