Litecoin Foundation’s managing director shares his thoughts on decentralized money

Litecoin Foundation’s managing director shares his thoughts on decentralized money


Litecoin (LTC), known as “the silver to Bitcoin’s gold,” has been around for almost 11 years — which is quite a feat considering a fair amount of cryptocurrencies go bust within 12 months of launching. Cointelegraph spoke with the Litecoin Foundation’s managing director, Alan Austin, about why he thinks Litecoin’s core utility is serving as a reliable means of payment.

As told by Austin, much of his vision for Litecoin is drawn from personal experience:

“When I finished grad school, I worked with startup technology companies and real estate. And one of the things I did was managing accounts for firms like Bank of America and Fannie Mae, and it was surprising to see how old their technology was and how difficult it was to get stuff

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