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LTC to BTC: Convert and Swap Litecoin (LTC) to Bitcoin (BTC)

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About Litecoin (LTC)

Litecoin (LTC) is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency created by Charlie Lee in October 2011. It was developed as a 'lite' version of Bitcoin, with the aim of providing faster transaction times and a more accessible mining process. Litecoin uses the Scrypt hashing algorithm, which is less resource-intensive than Bitcoin's SHA-256, making it easier for individuals to mine. The coin has a finite supply of 84 million coins, quadruple that of Bitcoin's 21 million. Its significance lies in its fast transaction confirmation times and lower fees, making it a popular choice for smaller, everyday transactions. Additionally, Litecoin's compatibility with various trading platforms and wallets facilitates easy conversion to other cryptocurrencies, enhancing its liquidity and adoption in the crypto ecosystem.

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About Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin (BTC) is the first and most well-known cryptocurrency, created in 2009 by an anonymous person or group known as Satoshi Nakamoto. It operates on a decentralized peer-to-peer network using blockchain technology, which ensures transparent and secure transactions without the need for intermediaries like banks. Bitcoin's significance lies in its pioneering role in the digital currency revolution, offering a new form of money that is resistant to inflation and government interference. Additionally, Bitcoin can be easily converted to other cryptocurrencies through various exchanges, making it a versatile asset in the crypto ecosystem.

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Litecoin (LTC) market stats

Market cap
$5,409,819,265
24h trade volume
$310,573,935
Price
$72.28
High (24h)
$74.25
Low (24h)
$71.24

Bitcoin (BTC) market stats

Market cap
$1,267,464,843,078
24h trade volume
$32,884,611,176
Price
$64,326
High (24h)
$66,059
Low (24h)
$63,952

LTC to BTC conversion rates

1 LTC
0.0011 BTC
2 LTC
0.0022 BTC
3 LTC
0.0034 BTC
4 LTC
0.0045 BTC
5 LTC
0.0056 BTC
6 LTC
0.0067 BTC
7 LTC
0.0078 BTC
8 LTC
0.009 BTC
9 LTC
0.0101 BTC
10 LTC
0.0112 BTC

BTC to LTC conversion rates

1 BTC
891.93 LTC
2 BTC
1,784 LTC
3 BTC
2,676 LTC
4 BTC
3,568 LTC
5 BTC
4,460 LTC
6 BTC
5,352 LTC
7 BTC
6,244 LTC
8 BTC
7,135 LTC
9 BTC
8,027 LTC
10 BTC
8,919 LTC

How to buy Litecoin (LTC) with Bitcoin (BTC)

To buy Litecoin using Bitcoin, first, find a cryptocurrency exchange that supports the LTC/BTC trading pair, such as Wirex or Kraken. Create an account, verify your identity, and deposit your BTC into your exchange wallet. Locate the LTC/BTC pair on the trading platform and place an order to exchange your Bitcoin for Litecoin. If the LTC/BTC pair is unavailable, you can first exchange Bitcoin for a stablecoin like Tether (USDT) or a fiat currency, then trade that for Litecoin. Be mindful of potential exchange fees, which vary by platform and can affect the total cost of your transaction.

How to sell Litecoin (LTC) for Bitcoin (BTC)

To sell Litecoin for Bitcoin, first, find a cryptocurrency exchange that supports the LTC/BTC trading pair, such as Wirex or Kraken. Create an account, verify your identity, and deposit your LTC into your exchange wallet. Locate the LTC/BTC pair on the trading platform and place a sell order to exchange your Litecoin for Bitcoin. If the LTC/BTC pair is unavailable, you can first sell Litecoin for a stablecoin like Tether (USDT) or a fiat currency, then trade that for Bitcoin. Be mindful of potential exchange fees, which vary by platform and can affect the total amount you receive.

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