Cryptocurrency enthusiasts will remember Litecoin, the first “major altcoin” to imitate Bitcoin’s success. (Or that was the idea when this currency was created, even though things have turned out very differently.) Several forums have been set up to discuss everything related to Litecoin, but one of them is struggling. In fact, the owner wants people to donate their support to one of the unofficial forums–a rather strange concept, to say the least.
Unofficial Litecoin Forum Struggles With Funding
Shenanigans are not uncommon in the world of cryptocurrency these days. Very few projects are legitimate, and even currencies with long-standing reputations suffer from community members who inadvertently give the ecosystem a bad name. For the Litecoin community, that bad name may come as a result of the efforts by Xinxi Wang.
To be more precise, this community member runs the unofficial LitecoinTalk forums, where discussions related to this cryptocurrency can take place. Unfortunately, it seems as if this venture has been far less of a success than anticipated, as the costs of keeping the place up and running are starting to mount.