After the creation of Bitcoin by an unknown group, many other groups have also been wanting to create their own digital currency. One such successful digital currency is Litecoin.
What is Litecoin?
LTC is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that’s based on blockchain. Litecoin is an open sourced global payment network and it is a fully decentralised currency. It can be represented by Ł or LTC and is most commonly referred to as LTC.
LTC was created in 2011 by an ex-Google employee called Charlie Lee. The LTC network officially went live on October 13 2011.
Litecoin was released under the MIT/X11 license. The MIT/X11 license gives you the authority to run, modify or copy the software and to distribute modified copies of the software.
Platforms to buy LTC
Litecoin is a crypto. The main interface to buy cryptos such as LTC are hot wallets(or crypto wallets). A few of these wallets which you can use to buy LTC are:
Huobi Global - huobi.com
Binance - binance.com
HitBTC - hitbtc.com
Coinbase Pro - pro.coinbase.com
Decoin - decoin.io