The Blockchain.com Wallet now supports sending, receiving, buying, selling, and holding of Litecoin (LTC) and BitClout (CLOUT).
Litecoin (LTC) is one of the original cryptocurrency projects, having launched in 2011. It’s often considered digital silver to Bitcoin’s digital gold, taking on the best innovations of Bitcoin but with a lighter weight approach.
BitClout (CLOUT) is one of the most exciting new cryptocurrency projects, having launched exclusively on the Blockchain.com Exchange in June of this year. It’s the first social network built from the ground up as its own custom blockchain and the first tool in our society to enable the trading of “social clout” in the form of creator coins.
To celebrate our launch of CLOUT in the Wallet, we’ve partnered with BitClout on two unique giveaways:
- Three lucky Wallet users who buy $500 of CLOUT or more by September 3rd, 2021 will get $1,000 in $onemorepeter coin (the creator coin of our very own Peter Smith, CEO & Co-Founder of Blockchain.com)
- Five lucky Wallet users who buy $100 CLOUT or more by September 3rd, 2021 will get BitClout swag
Here’s how it works:
- Log in or sign up for a Blockchain.com Wallet
- Buy CLOUT anytime between now and 11:59pm PT on Friday, September 3rd
- That’s it! If you’re eligible and win we’ll be in touch with details
About Litecoin (LTC)
Litecoin is a fork of Bitcoin’s codebase with four times faster block times and a four times larger supply. The project considers itself complementary to Bitcoin as a silver to Bitcoin’s gold. It is often used as a pseduo-testnet for Bitcoin, adopting new protocol changes before they are deployed on Bitcoin. (Messari)
About BitClout (CLOUT)
BitClout is a new type of social network that mixes speculation and social media, and it’s built from the ground up as its own custom blockchain. Its architecture is similar to Bitcoin, only it can support complex social network data like posts, profiles, follows, speculation features, and much more at significantly higher throughput and scale. Like Bitcoin, BitClout is a fully open-source project and there is no company behind it — it’s just coins and code. (BitClout)
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