The Litecoin 2018 Summit: Who’s Going to Be There?
Yesterday, the Litecoin Foundation announced the Litecoin 2018 Summit, a chance for Litecoin enthusiasts everywhere to gather and discuss all things LTC.
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
Businesses and merchants that accept Litecoin (LTC) are more than welcome – and encouraged – to join the event, as well as any other body that is involved in Litecoin in any way.
The Litecoin 2018 Summit will be the first official Litecoin-officiated gathering. We’re still waiting on exact details on what to expect from the summit, but as we’re still several months away from when it’s going to happen, there’s plenty of time to build up the hype.
Applications to become an exhibitor at the summit are being accepted now, so it will likely still be quite some time before we hear anything about who exactly is going to be there – but, we can guess that it will include big Litecoin members, maybe even Charlie Lee himself.
The point of the Litecoin 2018 Summit will, no doubt, be to collect together supporters of Litecoin and perhaps introduce more Litecoin products. The #PayWithLitecoin campaign continues to go strong, so Litecoin vendors and merchants are unlikely to be short in supply.
Litecoin (LTC) is currently selling for $119.66, which puts the coin up 0.25% in the past 24 hours.
LTC is up right now, but only by a little. The coin’s price dropped off several hours ago and looks to possibly be moving into recovery now, but things can go either way from here. Keep an eye on Litecoin today to see where it goes from here.
Keep an eye out for updates on the Litecoin 2018 Summit as well.
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