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« Respuesta #30 en: 29 de Noviembre de 2017, 01:35:48 pm »
 :muahaha: :muahaha: :muahaha:



¡¡¡100$!!!

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« Respuesta #32 en: 03 de Diciembre de 2017, 07:35:15 am »
Entonce que recomiendas Fl0ppy, hay que invertir en esta divisa tambien mientras se pueda?? pasará lo mismo con el bitcoin que el precio está muy elevado

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« Respuesta #33 en: 03 de Diciembre de 2017, 02:09:07 pm »
Entonce que recomiendas Fl0ppy, hay que invertir en esta divisa tambien mientras se pueda?? pasará lo mismo con el bitcoin que el precio está muy elevado

No puedo recomendar lo que teneis de hacer con vuestro dinero pero si que puedo decir lo que hago yo y de eso saqueis vuestras propias conclusiones
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¡¡¡106.2$!!!

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« Respuesta #35 en: 08 de Diciembre de 2017, 11:02:12 pm »
¡¡¡129$!! :juas: :juas:

Marc espero que comprases cuando comencé el hilo  :P
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« Respuesta #36 en: 09 de Diciembre de 2017, 01:33:49 pm »
jur jur jur  ;D

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« Respuesta #39 en: 01 de Febrero de 2018, 01:18:40 pm »
Oh...subirá en poco tiempo  :D y puede llegar a los 2000$ este año 2018

Is Facebook’s Ban On Crypto Ads In Anticipation Of A Litecoin Integration
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-31/facebooks-ban-crypto-ads-anticipation-litecoin-integration

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In early January rumors started spreading about whether Facebook would either adopt Litecoin or create its own cryptocurrency. On Tuesday, Facebook announced that it would block all cryptocurrency and ICO advertising on its platform.

Coincidence? Let’s look at the details.

Between December 6th and 17th of 2017, Litecoin (LTC) tripled in value, from $102.93 to $360.66 according to CoinGecko. Three days after it started to decline from its all-time-high, Charlie Lee, the founder of Litecoin announced that he sold off all of his LTC. Since then, Litecoin has been on a mostly downward trend and currently sits at $159.50.

There has been some speculation about whether Lee’s sell-off had an impact on the prices of Litecoin, and there have even been accusations of insider trading, given that he was the Director of Engineering at Coinbase. He denies these allegations and explained that his decision to dump his LTC was to remove any sort of conflict of interest between his influence and any potential gains. Taking the financial gains out of the equation, it stands to reason that Lee may now tweet more freely about his thoughts while focusing on his skills as an engineer.

At the time that Lee sold off his LTC, Coinbase announced the appointment of Facebook executive, David Marcus to their board of directors. David Marcus is the Head of Messenger at Facebook, with expertise in mobile-first products. Prior to that, he was President of PayPal, where he accelerated the overall growth of the company. The appointment of Marcus to the Coinbase board of directors sparked some speculation.

Tom Luongo published the story on December 20, which was later picked up by Zero Hedge and various other publications. According to Luongo, Charlie’s announcement prompted a big sell-off in the wake of Coinbase adding Bitcoin Cash (BCH) to its platform. He saw the negative response from the market as temporary, though Litecoin is still on a decline.

From a technology standpoint however, it’s a promising coin. It’s lighter, faster and cheaper than Bitcoin, is fully capable of smart contracts and according to Luongo, it has a “payment processing layer to facilitate point-of-sale convenience while retaining proof-of-work security.” It has the sort of technology built into it that an organization like Facebook might find appealing.

Two weeks after this speculative article came out, Mark Zuckerberg announced that he’s “looking into cryptocurrency.” In his January 5th announcement on Facebook, Zuckerberg said:

"Back in the 1990s and 2000s, most people believed technology would be a decentralizing force. But today, many people have lost faith in that promise. With the rise of a small number of big tech companies - and governments using technology to watch their citizens - many people now believe technology only centralizes power rather than decentralizes it. There are important counter-trends to this - like encryption and cryptocurrency - that take power from centralized systems and put it back into people’s hands. But they come with the risk of being harder to control. I’m interested to go deeper and study the positive and negative aspects of these technologies, and how best to use them in our services."

This brings us to today. According to a CNBC article by Kurt Wagner, "Facebook is banning all ads that promote cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, in an effort to prevent people from advertising what the company is calling ‘financial products and services frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices.'" In other words, if you launch an ICO, or want to promote a cryptocurrency-related group or business, you’re probably out of luck, no matter how legitimate your business is.

Litecoin founder Charlie Lee previously tweeted that in 2018 there will be "One huge unexpected surprise."

 
Charlie Lee [LTC]

@SatoshiLite
The Litecoin team has been hard at work working with companies to support Litecoin. Nothing to announce yet, but here's what's in the works:

Merchant processor
Popular online wallet
Goods trading platform
One huge unexpected surprise. 😀

2018 will be a good year for Litecoin!

1:46 PM - Dec 20, 2017
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If indeed Facebook is looking to tie its business to cryptocurrency and/or blockchain technology, as Zuckerberg himself has suggested, whether it’s by way of Litecoin or some other technology, then it stands to reason that such a ban on advertising would clear out the competition and would allow Facebook to corner the market on this technology, using their tremendous platform to push it out to a massive audience.

It’s only a matter of time before we are able to confidently analyze the motivation behind Facebook’s ban on crypto advertising. It could very well be that they genuinely want to prevent scammers from taking advantage of their audience. On the other hand, it is entirely possible that they are paving the way for a new Facebook coin offering, utilizing the blockchain to facilitate transactions on Facebook to purchase goods, advertising space and other things of value.

Why Litecoin (LTC) Could Be Facebook’s Chosen Cryptocurrency.
https://blog.goodaudience.com/why-litecoin-ltc-could-be-facebooks-chosen-cryptocurrency-b0b370aa508

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Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg a few days ago announced his plans for the year included studying cryptocurrency and exploring how it can be utilized on social media platform, Facebook.

In a published post, Zuckerberg outlined his personal goal for the year (2018), with the primary goal being to fix the controversial problems within the social media platform.


Mark Zukerberg
To achieve this goal, Zuckerberg has outlined two critical areas of technology he plans on researching and implementing in 2018, i.e., cryptocurrency and encryption. These two critical areas of technology lead to decentralized power, which Zuckerberg considers a positive direction for Facebook.

Now, Zuckerberg was vague in his plans regarding cryptocurrencies, not mentioning if he plans on integrating Bitcoin as a payment option or going with another altcoin, or building Facebook’s token from scratch.

However, his statement has done enough to get tongues wagging in the cryptocurrency community. The news of one of the world’s most powerful companies looking to integrate cryptocurrency payment into its platform is a massive deal.


David Marcus
Zuckerberg’s interest in cryptocurrency does not represent a first in Facebook’s interest in digital currencies. Back in December, David Marcus, Facebook Messenger boss (and a former president of PayPal until 2014 when he joined Facebook) joined the board of directors of cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase.

Of course, all these developments point to the fact that Facebook and a particular cryptocurrency is going to be blowing up 2018 with both Facebook and Messenger set to integrating crypto pay on the platform.

Back in 2015, Facebook messenger unveiled a new payment feature that allows users connect their MasterCard or Visa debit cards into the platform and send money to friends and family on Android, iOS, and desktop with zero fees. Three years on and it is not inconceivable that cryptocurrency pay would be integrated into the platform in a similar fashion.


Coinbase also happens to be Charlie Lee’s former employer. Mr. Lee is the former director of Engineering in Coinbase and on top of that Litecoin is one of the ONLY 4 currencies that you can actually trade on coinbase (Excluding fiat currency).

Exploring the Theory

With Zuckerberg’s announcement comes the question: Which cryptocurrency is going to be adopted by Facebook?

That is the billion-dollar question!

Facebook might well decide to build its token from scratch, but it is much more plausible to take over an existing digital currency, and I think that coin might just be Litecoin (LTC).

Litecoin (LTC) is one of the world most popular digital currency alongside Bitcoin (BTC) and altcoins such as Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin Cash (BCC) and Ripple (XRP).


Litecoin Logo
LTC is a Blockchain-based, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that works similarly to Bitcoin and Ethereum, allowing instant, almost-zero cost payments to any individual in the world. Litecoin is a decentralized payment network not managed by any central authority, with its network secured by mathematics just like other Blockchains.

Individuals can take control over their finances without being reliant on third parties such as banks or traditional financial institutions. Litecoin represents a fast, secure, reliable and adoptable ready-made payment method for a company like Facebook to integrate into their platform.

Of course, there are other coins such as IOTA, Ripple or even Bitcoin. They, however, have Blockchain issues that Facebook would want to avoid, i.e., Bitcoin (BTC) cannot handle transactions fast enough or plenty enough per second, just to mention one.

Recent events also point to Litecoin being primed for a Facebook adoption.

In December (2017), news broke that Charlie Lee (Litecoin’s developer and founder) had sold (or donated) all his liquid Litecoin holdings. This sparked a big dump of LTC in the cryptocurrency markets and causing the coin’s value to experience a nosedive in its value.

This happened in the wake of cryptocurrency exchange platform, Coinbase adding Bitcoin cash to its collection of coins available for trade, sending shockwaves through the crypto markets.

Many questioned, Lee’s motive for relinquishing his LTC holdings, with many claiming he did so for personal benefits, i.e., dumping when the coin was high.


https://twitter.com/SatoshiLite/status/948992190876758016
Lee, however, moved to debunk such claims, he is quoted as saying “we have not taken off yet,” via a tweet in response to an allegation of bailing when the coin was high.

An outspoken person, Lee also reiterated this stance via a post on Reddit, explaining that he believed his ownership stake was a burden on the coin’s development as a global medium of exchange. Being a person of influence and being outspoken, Lee believes it is a conflict of interest to hold LTC while speaking about its development via social media platforms.

But is there more to it? Is there more to Lee dumping his LTC holdings? I believe there is!


It is believed that Lee was exclusively requested to drop his LTC holdings by the social media giants, so he cannot be faced with accusations of chasing personal interests as well as decision bias when it comes to the development of the Litecoin ecosystem.

It is rumored that Facebook is making preparations for the massive announcement that is set to send Litecoin’s value sky high, i.e., announcing the introduction of the support for LTC as a payment channel on the social media platform.

Charlie Lee dumping his Litecoin coins clears up a truckload of conflict of interest situations. Being an outspoken and respected member of the cryptocurrency community, Lee’s quotes tend to carry weight and affect the cryptocurrency market, and now that he is free of his LTC holdings, he can tweet and post anything Charlie Lee wants and partner with whoever he wants.

My bets are on Charlie Lee partnering with Facebook.

Litecoin boasts the added payment processing layer on its Blockchain that facilitates point-of-sale convenience without compromising proof-of-work security, making it a perfect coin to adopt as a payment channel on Facebook.

Conclusion

Litecoin is currently at a crossroad, having stagnated a bit since it’s aggressive climb from $100 to $370 (now at $250).

2018 is however set to be the year the Litecoin zooms off. In a case whereby Facebook goes ahead and announces the adoption of Litecoin as a payment option on its platform, the effect on the coin’s value will be mind-blowing!


https://www.openbazaar.org/
However, if this doesn’t happen, Litecoin still has the massive potential of mooning this year. Recently, OpenBazaar added Litecoin as another payment option.

Litecoin is bullishly predicted to hit a market price of $5,000 by LTC enthusiasts discussing the coin on bitcointalk.org. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2574310.0) With more investors being attracted in the United States and Asian markets its hard to predict the future.

Either way, Facebook adoption or not, LTC is set to moon aggressively this year.

If you are looking to invest and “HODL” onto a coin in 2018, I will pitch my tent with Litecoin.

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« Respuesta #40 en: 14 de Febrero de 2018, 02:26:06 pm »
Esto vuelve a ir hacia arriba después de caer por los 115$  :muahaha:

204.5$

Alguno de aqui ya ha ganado $$$
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Re:Hilo seguimiento LTC (Lite Coin) [376$ 19-12-2017]
« Respuesta #42 en: 15 de Marzo de 2018, 04:01:33 am »
Voy a sacar mi bola mágica.....es una bola algo rara...no es física



se fostia entre este mes y Marzo, tocando los 75$  :muahaha:

155$ y bajando, Marc, mejor no mires  :violin:
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Re:Hilo seguimiento LTC (Lite Coin) [376$ 19-12-2017]
« Respuesta #43 en: 11 de Junio de 2018, 07:23:15 pm »
LTC va a romper los 100$ (hacia abajo) esta semana, en verdad todas las cryptos se van a ostiar de mala manera por lo que parece  :monoloco:
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Re:Hilo seguimiento LTC (Lite Coin) [376$ 19-12-2017]
« Respuesta #44 en: 12 de Junio de 2018, 09:15:42 pm »
Parece que los "tempos" van saliendo como imaginaba, aquellos que hayais comprado a más de 100$ no mireis durante los siguientes 3-4 meses. los que querais comprar, probad de entrar a finales de mes -Junio-/inicios de Julio (2018, claro)

LTC va a romper los 100$ (hacia abajo) esta semana
97.85000002 $
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