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With hundreds of cryptocurrencies cropping up, it’s not surprising that cryptocurrency is becoming the talk of the Internet. Even as you read this, there are more than 1,300 cryptocurrencies out there. And while not even one of those cryptocurrencies has garnered the popularity of the leader of the pack—Bitcoin—there are a few that are vying for second place. One of them is Litecoin (LTC). Although it has been in the mix for quite some time now, the question “What is Litecoin?” keeps popping up often enough to warrant a Litecoin Wiki of its own. What Is Litecoin? Litecoin is a cryptocurrency—an Internet currency that enables a person to conduct an almost-instant and almost-free financial transaction with another person, anywhere in the world. Litecoin Wiki
Litecoin is an open source, worldwide payment network that does not have any central authorities. Read more here…

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