So far, 2018 hasn’t been a great year for Litecoin, even though cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology keep on rising, as predicted. However, Litecoin didn’t get the promised glory.

This year’s first quarter was rough for Litecoin when LTC was left behind as EOS rose and got new highs in March, when other cryptocurrencies were losing the battle against the dollar. EOS climbed and took the fifth place in the coin ranking list, the one reserved for Litecoin.

Not only overthrown by EOS, but LTC’s price decreased and reached its low in 2018. The company Paxos Trust owns an exchange platform called itBit.

Almost a month ago, the company announced that Litecoin is added to their trading list of currencies for US-based exchanges. Litecoin will be available in their list alongside with other cryptos: Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Stellar Lumens.

This means that itBit users can sale and trade with ETH, LTC, BCH, and XLM, and the one added previously – Bitcoin. This exchange platform has decided to add Litecoin to their list after the New York State Department of Financial Services approved LTC to be traded in the US. Read more from…

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