When you watch mainstream media when they talk about cryptocurrencies, what coins do you see on the screen? Its BTC, LTC, ETH almost every time. Sometimes they throw in the current hype coin but those three are ALWAYS on there. Also which coins did the SEC deem not securities? BTC, LTC, ETH, BCH.
Another thing is when you look at the wallets for Litecoin, you will notice whales have been stacking. They arent selling and why do you think that is? Its obvious to me whats about to happen, I just hope that others can read the writing on the wall.
Litecoin is one of the few cryptocurrencies currently immune against scrutiny from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The regulating body sees a handful of tokens, including Litecoin, as non-securities, protecting them from legal claims filed against adjacent tokens such as Ripple’s XRP.
Litecoin recently celebrated a new milestone as it saw a “50% increase in the percentage of use on @BitPay”.
Litecoin is on a course to further surge as the token partners with PayPal and Ledger to facilitate crypto trading for customers.
EDX has a number of prominent Wall Street backers. In addition to Charles Schwab (SCHW) and Citadel, the firm’s investors include Fidelity and Virtu Financial (VIRT).
For now, EDX’s scope is limited. The exchange only trades Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash, rather than the hundreds of tokens that change hands on Coinbase and its competitor Binance. The firm plans
later this year to launch a clearinghouse to help settle trades.
Its entry into the market is a strong sign that the crypto market’s old way of doing business, where trading platforms profit from providing all those functions at once, is on the way out the door. Even as the SEC’s lawsuit against Coinbase could take years to play out, traditional firms are starting to bring the old rules to bear on the token market.
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