Litecoin (LTC) and EOS are struggling on the crypto market today, along with much of the rest of crypto. So, where do the coins go from here?
Litecoin (LTC) is currently selling for $119.62, which puts the coin down 5.29% in the past 24 hours.
Being down isn’t stopping Litecoin, though. The Litecoin Foundation just announced it was accepting applications to become an exhibitor at the Litecoin 2018 Summit.
We’re pleased to announce that we are now accepting exhibitors for the Litecoin 2018 Summit (Sept. 14 & 15 in San Francisco). Interested businesses that accept #Litecoin, exchanges or organizations in the community, can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
— Litecoin Foundation (@LTCFoundation) June 4, 2018
This is going to be the first ever Litecoin Summit. More info is still to be released about the summit, but we can make an educated guess that it’s going to be bringing Litecoin supporters from around the world together.
Presumably, exhibitors at the Litecoin 2018 Summit will include vendors and merchants that accept Litecoin (LTC) as payment, and perhaps Litecoin wallet representatives and anyone else doing something cool with Litecoin technology.
What do you think is going to go down at the Litecoin 2018 Summit?
EOS is currently selling for $13.61, which puts the coin down 8.30% in the past 24 hours.
EOS launched its mainnet over the weekend and the coin did spend much of June 2nd, the day of its launch, growing. EOS spiked at $15.61 that day, according to CoinMarketCap data, but has since been dropping off.
With EOSIO 1.0 now out, what’s going to happen next? Well, much of that will come down to the EOS community. Block.one has made it quite clear that they were building the open-source software of EOS, which was the to be taken by the community to create, or build up, from EOS. Block.one will continue to patch its software where necessary, but the blockchain programs build off of EOS will be out of the hands of the original EOS team.
EOSIO includes such features as free rate limited transactions, time delay security, and scheduled recurring transactions, among other features.
So, the question is, where do YOU want EOS to go from here?
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