By now it is clear to the entire internet community and the rest of the world that the cryptocurrency industry is the real deal. Many countries have started adopting crypto-blockchain technology. They are legalizing it in their countries by passing laws and regulating them to make them better suited for their citizens.
The entire world is now aware that the top cryptocurrencies in the crypto-world are Bitcoin (BTC) & Ethereum (ETH). These two digital currencies are known for making constant efforts to stay on top. Ethereum (ETH) however, has the potential to overtake Bitcoin (BTC) because of the ideology and mechanics that go behind its making.
However, there is another cryptocurrency ‘Litecoin (LTC)’ that has set its goal to become the top crypto in the coming years. Litecoin (LTC) since its launch has shown great potential and innovation that has attracted crypto users from all around the world.
Just recently, Litecoin (LTC) in collaboration with a German e-gaming company has developed and launched a role-playing fantasy game known as the ‘LiteBringer’. Litecoin (LTC) announced that the LiteBringer would be playable only through the Litecoin (LTC) blockchain.
This time around, Litecoin (LTC) has made another very surprising announcement. The Litecoin (LTC) announced that they have collaborated with BlockCard to launch their intrinsic Visa debit card.
The CEO of Litecoin (LTC), Charlie Lee, commented that this was not the first time they attempted to launch their native Visa debit card. He stated that their first attempt to launch a Visa debit card was in collaboration with LitePay. However, the deal fell when LitePay got shut down due to unforeseen reasons.
While making the announcement, Charlie Lee commented that this initiative will bring a new meaning to Litecoin’s (LTC) missions. He added that in the past, the Litecoin (LTC) users used to rely on other crypto debit cards for funding, which would cause them more transaction fees.
With the launch of Litecoin’s (LTC) native Visa debit card, the users would be able to use it just like a normal ATM card and would incur fewer transaction fees.