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Litecoin price is currently standing at a dwindling fifty-five dollars ($55.86) while in the past thirty days, Litecoin price is down by over sixty-eight percent (68.75%) since the price on 18th of September 2019.
As at 2019-10-12 average Litecoin price is 55.98913263 USD, 0.00671638 BTC, 0.31014762 ETH.
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Litecoin (LTC) movement was remarkable in the first two quarters. The last quarter created heavy market pressure, where the price fell tremendously. The traders of LTC are still hopeful for the uptrend in the coin. We are also positive that the same would take place soon enough.
It appears the Litecoin Foundation is having some issues. Recent events have drained the network and it is understood that there is hardly any money left for the foundation. Per the report, the income of the Litecoin Foundation fell by a Million USD in the last year.
Litecoin News Today – Xinxi Wang – the co-founder of the Litecoin Foundation – recently took to Twitter to resolve the controversy that has been circulating online since the financial audit of the Foundation was released. Litecoin Foundation’s financial audit data posted by u/Toyake – a Reddit user. The user posted a screenshot of the financial audit and the screenshot apparently showed “almost depleted in funds” in the first quarter of this year.