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Why I prefer litecoin than etherum?


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You all know, eth and ltc both are popular crypto currency and it both has lot of trader but from my i prefer litecoin as it price good than eth..if you calculate the price of ltc by dollar like if you have 70k satoshi then you easily can get up 7dollars if you convert the satoshi to ltc..

Again if you convert 70k satoshi to eth then you will get 6dollars only and i have calculate this view minutes ago..i know it's price based but in low price of satoshi you can find this different of this two coin..

So i myself prefer litecoin than etherum..maybe you like ltc too ☺

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If you are considering usage only through casino, it depends on one's taste. Choosing ETH means you are dealing with heavier coin value per bet compared to LTC.

I prefer coins with smaller value per 1 unit though.

If you are considering usage in real-life, ETH is better because its popularity is increasing better and faster than LTC. Might as well adapt a coin that's gaining attention.

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6 hours ago, Limbo said:

You all know, eth and ltc both are popular crypto currency and it both has lot of trader but from my i prefer litecoin as it price good than eth..if you calculate the price of ltc by dollar like if you have 70k satoshi then you easily can get up 7dollars if you convert the satoshi to ltc..

Again if you convert 70k satoshi to eth then you will get 6dollars only and i have calculate this view minutes ago..i know it's price based but in low price of satoshi you can find this different of this two coin..

So i myself prefer litecoin than etherum..maybe you like ltc too ☺

i don't really see difference because i average user, for me both of them are better than bitcoin because of lower fees plus faster transcations

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I like both because I have a balance on both coins, so there is nothing to fear because when I play a bet and I run out of balance then I will replace using other coins in the hope of successfully being hit and getting a profit.

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1 hour ago, Ali saher said:

I not think this is possible you exchange in litecoin and get 7 USD and same amount exchange eth then you get 6 USD . One use defrenc in 7 USD I not think .

Brother i always make transaction on ltc and eth..if you don't believed on this then you can cheak it out...thank you mr sahar

 

On 4/20/2020 at 6:51 PM, Aiza824 said:

If you are considering usage only through casino, it depends on one's taste. Choosing ETH means you are dealing with heavier coin value per bet compared to LTC.

I prefer coins with smaller value per 1 unit though.

If you are considering usage in real-life, ETH is better because its popularity is increasing better and faster than LTC. Might as well adapt a coin that's gaining attention.

I don't talk about gambling wager here...this is another world of currency in my way...talk about real world currency price and transaction..you can easily find the different

 

18 hours ago, djangobango said:

i don't really see difference because i average user, for me both of them are better than bitcoin because of lower fees plus faster transcations

Yup you are right that the fee of transaction is low than btc..but eth and ltc price different come when you converted satoshi in this two coin

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On 7/28/2020 at 6:07 PM, TheGreenTree said:

ETH has better usecases than  ltc, thus it is more preferable to me.

When it comes to use case ETH is a different animal altogether but when it comes to transaction speed and charges LTC is far far better than ETH and lets see how things will change in ETH when they roll out ETH 2.0 as they always promise better performance but until i can experience them it is just speculation.

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