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11th Dec, 2017 at 11:48pm
 
So, now that Bitcoin has got plenty of publicity, what do you think about Litecoin?

I've started monitoring it and it seems that it's also on a wild ride.. and its smaller value makes it also interesting.

A few days ago it was at ~$150 and now it's ~$200.. do you think Bitcoin helps it shine?
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Reply #1 - 12th Dec, 2017 at 5:28am
 
SolidSnake wrote on 11th Dec, 2017 at 11:48pm:
So, now that Bitcoin has got plenty of publicity, what do you think about Litecoin?

I've started monitoring it and it seems that it's also on a wild ride.. and its smaller value makes it also interesting.

A few days ago it was at ~$150 and now it's ~$200.. do you think Bitcoin helps it shine?


Yes I do since LTC is a derivative of BTC. I'm thinking the wise thing to do is adopt what the PTC community adopts. They seem to have a good grasp of where the main stream adoptions are going in the crypto space
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Reply #2 - 12th Dec, 2017 at 6:21pm
 
Wow! Fantastic call on litecoin there. I've created a monster  Grin
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Reply #3 - 13th Dec, 2017 at 1:35am
 
It's alive.. it's alive.. it's aliiiiiiiiiive! Cheesy

Now how do I get some? Smiley

It seems Payza does not support it yet so I need an actual wallet.

I joined Bitstamp but they seems to be asking for a lot of verification documents before I'm able to trade.

Is coinbase any better? Or is there a simpler alternative solution?
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Reply #4 - 13th Dec, 2017 at 6:46pm
 
SolidSnake wrote on 13th Dec, 2017 at 1:35am:
It's alive.. it's alive.. it's aliiiiiiiiiive! Cheesy

Now how do I get some? Smiley

It seems Payza does not support it yet so I need an actual wallet.

I joined Bitstamp but they seems to be asking for a lot of verification documents before I'm able to trade.

Is coinbase any better? Or is there a simpler alternative solution?


I don't know of simpler. They all seem to do that but it is OK. They are just protecting you.
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Reply #5 - 14th Dec, 2017 at 1:25am
 
Do you have a credit card? Are you able to use it at coinbase? If so you could buy some there and then deposit that to FC. From there you could cash out and redeposit in order to build up your LTC income. It might take a while but it would grow organically that way and would be a way to dollar cost average into it.
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Reply #6 - 14th Dec, 2017 at 1:57am
 
moneymarketing wrote on 14th Dec, 2017 at 1:25am:
Do you have a credit card? Are you able to use it at coinbase? If so you could buy some there and then deposit that to FC. From there you could cash out and redeposit in order to build up your LTC income. It might take a while but it would grow organically that way and would be a way to dollar cost average into it.

I'm not planning to directly deposit.. more likely to exchange money I already have in my Payza USD or BTC.
BTC should be easier.. that's if they let me create an address without verifying my account..

The problem with the verification is that the past few years I have moved to my father's house and no bill is on my own name anymore.. plus we live outside the city so there's no standard mail being delivered here.

I can only use a P.O. box with my address.. which most payment processors do not accept.
So, there are a few difficulties in verifying myself using paperwork.. which I am trying to avoid.  Undecided
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