While many draw their attention to the performance of the biggest cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, coins that have smaller market caps are not so often discussed. Despite this fact, many smaller cryptos have built strong communities around them.
One such example is Litecoin, a cryptocurrency often called “the little brother” of Bitcoin. Litecoin was launched by a former Google employee – Charlie Lee – in 2011. Whereas there were huge similarities between the two, Litecoin mainly aimed to outperform Bitcoin in terms of transaction speed.
In today’s SpectroCoin blog post, we will discuss how Litecoin succeeded in reaching its goals and how this cryptocurrency has evolved over the years.