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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Brick's » Wed May 03, 2017

SilverDoge wrote: Also, the more government crackdown occurs on crypto, the closer we are to the end of the great fiat experiment. To crack down is to expose their own CON game. Countries that choose to make crypto illegal will be left behind on the global playing field of technology and will suffer in the long run. Mark my words.


Marked and accepted as red flag to further deterioration.

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Bucketeer » Wed May 10, 2017

Do I ever regret not buying more LiteCoin.
Gentlemen prefer Engelhard.

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby SilverDoge » Wed May 10, 2017

Bucketeer wrote:Do I ever regret not buying more LiteCoin.


Second that. I only have a small position.
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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Altima » Wed May 10, 2017

SilverDoge wrote:
Bucketeer wrote:Do I ever regret not buying more LiteCoin.


Second that. I only have a small position.


Well at least you guys have a position! :lol:
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Re: LiteCoin

Postby silverpv » Wed May 10, 2017

Altima wrote:
SilverDoge wrote:
Bucketeer wrote:Do I ever regret not buying more LiteCoin.


Second that. I only have a small position.


Well at least you guys have a position! :lol:


dude, i don't think our 'small' comes close to your 'extra' cash. lol. You have a MN right?

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Altima » Wed May 10, 2017

silverpv wrote:
Altima wrote:
SilverDoge wrote:
Bucketeer wrote:Do I ever regret not buying more LiteCoin.


Second that. I only have a small position.


Well at least you guys have a position! :lol:


dude, i don't think our 'small' comes close to your 'extra' cash. lol. You have a MN right?


I think you might have mistaken me with Long John :lol:

I was close to buying Litecoin at 8 bucks but hesitated. Ohwells, you win some, you lose some.
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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Long John » Wed May 10, 2017

Altima wrote:
silverpv wrote:dude, i don't think our 'small' comes close to your 'extra' cash. lol. You have a MN right?

I think you might have mistaken me with Long John :lol:
I was close to buying Litecoin at 8 bucks but hesitated. Ohwells, you win some, you lose some.

I'm partners in 2 Master Nodes, I don't have one of my own (yet).

As for LiteCoin, I have no bragging rights whatsoever. I already had a small holding at $15 per. One day I saw it there in Coinbase and happened to have some money in my USD Wallet, so bought up what I could on the spot, figuring it would take off once word spread. Then I went to Bittrex and sold some stuff that I had no particular attachment to, and bought more LTC. It cost about $21-$22 that morning before word got around. Not exactly the ground floor. Maybe the equivalent of buying Bitcoin when it was $750.

So I thought at the time, based on the chatter. It's been a yo-yo the past couple days. I thought the Seg-Wit activation would give it a boost, but actually it's down a few bucks from its peak. I look at it as the Bitcoin for those who can't afford Bitcoin :lol: which doesn't make sense, because you can always buy a smidgen of a Bitcoin. More like LTC has more room to grow than BTC does. Or so some people say.

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Bucketeer » Wed May 10, 2017

LiteCoin can compliment Bitcoin as a side-chain. SegWit is fully implemented in 2 days.
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Re: LiteCoin

Postby SilverDoge » Wed May 17, 2017

Is it time yet to get back into LTC?

Maybe a sub $20 price target?
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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Long John » Wed May 17, 2017

SilverDoge wrote:Is it time yet to get back into LTC?

Maybe a sub $20 price target?


I plan to, in a conservative way. But it's about $25 now, not sure it will drop under $20. Kind rooting for $50 myself, since I already have a LTC foundation. The past few days have not been comfortable ones for me.

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby texmex66 » Sat Jun 17, 2017

Long John wrote:
SilverDoge wrote:Is it time yet to get back into LTC?

Maybe a sub $20 price target?


I plan to, in a conservative way. But it's about $25 now, not sure it will drop under $20. Kind rooting for $50 myself, since I already have a LTC foundation. The past few days have not been comfortable ones for me.


LTC starting to move $37+ a new high i believe. :pop:

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby texmex66 » Wed Aug 23, 2017

Lets Lite this thang! :D LTC getting some traction here hopefully, been waiting. :pop:

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Long John » Wed Aug 23, 2017

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What goes up... :lol: Now that's what you call a brief skyrocket! One thing it did accomplish, even after it crashed back down it left LTC above $50. I sold most of mine some time back, but very glad now I kept a little in the piggy bank (Ethereum, too).

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby HustliN » Thu Aug 24, 2017

i love lite coin. dont know why. maybe cause its the silver of bitcoin. and i love silver lol.

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Silversummit » Fri Sep 01, 2017

And Litecoin is flirting with $100 :shock:

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby texmex66 » Tue Nov 07, 2017

LTC makng a nice little move. :pop:

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby Long John » Wed Nov 08, 2017

texmex66 wrote:LTC makng a nice little move. :pop:

That's nice to see. I moved out of LTC some time back, but I have a soft spot for it because it kind of got the ball rolling for me when my other forays into alts weren't going so well. Go Lite! As long as BTC goes too. :lol:

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Re: LiteCoin

Postby texmex66 » Wed Nov 08, 2017

South Korean Exchange Coinone Adds Litecoin to Its Platform
https://api.cointelegraph.com/amp/v1/ne ... s-platform :pop:


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