Litecoin founder Charlie Lee sells all his coins

22.12.2017

Lee said that he always refrained from buying or selling LTC before or after publishing important tweets, but this was known only to him. This was one of the reasons for selling all his coins.
The exact amount of cryptocurrency sold is not mentioned, but Lee assured that this amount will not lead to the collapse of the market.
It is noteworthy that Charlie Lee is not leaving Litecoin, and will continue to devote all his time to this work.

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