The Litecoin Price is Crashing: Here's Why

The Litecoin Price is Crashing: Here's Why

Litecoin developer Charlie Lee shocked many community members last month when he said “Litecoin does not need development right now.” Rather, he said, the coin needed users, liquidity, and merchant acceptance to succeed in the long term. However, the coin has struggled to achieve any of those aspirations, and the bitcoin price decline has weakened faith in the cryptocurrency industry as a whole. Consequently, investors have begun losing faith in altcoins, and in turn the litecoin price is bottoming out. The litecoin price declined consistently throughout 2014 and has continued to fall....


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The rebound in Bitcoin is supporting Litecoin as well. After slumping to a new monthly low, Litecoin is extending its gains to $3.534, up 1.29 percent. I think that a further rise in Litecoin will be a good opportunity to go short. Take a look at the technical considerations of the daily LTC-USD price chart. Litecoin Chart Structure. If we take a look at the chart above, it can be safely said that Litecoin is in a strong downtrend. With Bitcoin still weak, it is proving hard for Litecoin to unshackle from this range. The resistance according to the above trend comes in at around $3.850.....

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