TenX wallet has come with some updates and support for LTC on the Blockfolio app for both iOS and Android. Charlie Lee, the Founder of Litecoin [LTC] tweeted regarding the announcement:
“TenX recently added LTC to their wallets, and we are working with them to launch a Litecoin debit card. Stay tuned for more information. LitePay who?”
A new partnership was announced as the team joined hands with the Litecoin Foundation to introduce a co-branded card. More details for this will be available soon according to their statement.
Bethel, an LTC holder says:
“TenX news is good news though. If there is a card and there is not a shit ton of middleman fee. I am going to use the Debit card 100% of the time.”
Blockfolio offers complete cryptocurrency management and the PAY token is now inherently displayed within the portfolio section of the app. This update is only reflected for new users or first-time installations. The update also brings along new tools to keep a track of cryptocurrency investments and the users are get complete details about price and market information for every single currency and their entire portfolio, all in one place.
A new feature is the “Team Updates” option where TenX related announcements will be available in the app. This allows communication between PAY token holders/watchers directly within the Blockfolio app which has close to 100,000 people subscribed to the PAY token updates.
Edward Moncada, CEO of Blockfolio quoted:
“We’re excited to work with TenX as one of the teams participating in the Blockfolio Signal pilot. Blockfolio Signal provides industry leaders like Dr. Julian Hosp the ability to broadcast updates directly to their token base free of noise, delivering to the unique needs of our ecosystem.”
John Partaga, a Twitter user said:
“I pray this LTC takes off. Its power to change the way we use currency will lead to freedom for so many. Have faith, my friend. It is coming.”
Litecoin [LTC] is currently trading at $122 approximately standing in the 6th position with a market cap of $6. billion as seen at press time. Another good news for Litecoin users: LTCPay.com site is now available for free to accept Litecoin payments into one’s own wallet conveniently with multiple API’s support. Fine reports or invoices can be generated but, as of now, fiat conversion is not yet supported.
Peter Strove tweeted:
“I want to see Litecoin used as an exchange currency. Maybe LTC is going to Saturn instead of the moon. Can’t wait to try it out and see how it compares to my current 3rd party LTC processor. Will this be a positive news for LTC?”
Yazid Nadiad, a miner complained:
“After using it, customers complain “the address is not recognized”. Why does this system use LN? Many people can’t pay this. I was going to use this as a payment option, but it immediately shows it us useless. It should accept as well LN as without LN to get started.”
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