The cryptocurrency world is full of surprises. CNBC’s Fast Money, an American talk show where panelists from Wall Street and various sectors review business-related tales, analyzed Litecoin and bitcoin’s metaphorical growth in recent periods.
According to CNN, the panel cheered and applauded at the allusion of Litecoin (LTC)’s 400% value growth. The CNBC host concluded the section screaming “Sell the house, sell the car, sell the kids. Buy litecoin!”
— CNBC's Fast Money (@CNBCFastMoney) May 28, 2019
Litecoin price analysis
LTC/USD via the weekly table representation has delivered a powerful impact above a stout wall of friction, $90-100 scale. Litecoin (LTC) exchanged up 2.9% against the USD, and at the time of writing, it is now trading at $116.96. The amount of LTC addresses have increased drastically in the year 2019, and many notable recommendations have boosted the coin’s characterization.
After catching a low of USD 22 in December 2018, LTC has displayed a tremendous growth to USD 118.15 in May 2019. It’s a sudden growth of more than 400% that dominates even bitcoin’s growth. There is an opportunity for the buyers to push LTC/USD higher towards the all-time-high.
On Tuesday, the Litecoin price was trading under around 2.4%. LTC/USD in the concourse sketch the most significant level observed since June 2018. The coin is pushed above before halving programmed on August 6, 2019. Halving will decrease the profit of miners.
What is Halving?
Halving indicates that the commission accepted by Litecoin miners for processing and verifying purchases will be decreased by 50%, from 25 LTC to 12.5 LTC. As halvings are deemed to reduce reflation of the cryptocurrencies; they usually work as a robust bullish incentive. Investors anticipate a relative value development and try to purchase the coin before the situation.
Franklyn Richards, Litecoin Foundation director, has cautioned investors about the recently developed excitement. He said litecoin might be joining bubble territory if the rate remains to decouple itself from the project’s underlying activities.
“Price has by far and away ran away from any on-chain metrics, meaning while this growth is positive it is not currently sustainable and we could see a pullback. Otherwise, we may risk finding ourselves in another bubble scenario sooner than we realize.”
Lately, Litecoin (LTC) was in the news when one user spent a price of $17,500 for executing transactions value of $1000. The transaction has been performed by the mining pool LTC.top, which is based in China. The transaction was completed in block 1636831. This huge transaction fee accelerated the normal fee from $0.05 to $0.70. It should be perceived that the transaction charges were not this big when the cryptocurrency was being exchanged nearby 398 USD in December 2017.
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