May 17, 2018 from space over great Britain, France, Belgium and the Netherlands threw the "Golden tickets", containing more than 160 000 units of Litecoin Cash. Such an unusual step to attract people to your project, decided the developers of LCC in conjunction with the company Sent to Space, which works with many universities and the British space Agency over local launches.
And if you are lucky enough to be nearby, you can try your luck in this quest. Despite the "youth" LCC cryptocurrency market is so unpredictable that one day 5000 LCC can be $ 5,000 and $ 50,000. At the time of writing, each ticket will bring a little more than $ 700.the
The Logic of the cryptocurrency market is subject to hype and marketing in the first place. Periodically, in order to attract new users or to spread the cryptocurrency environment of people (so that she began to use it), the developers make airdrop (literally "throwing the plane") coins. In the case of LCC, the developers decided to go ahead and just make spacedrop, that is, to scatter the updates from space, with the height of 32 000 feet. Only 400 tickets.
If you are lucky to be in a radius of several kilometers from the launch site, you will get a chance to find one of the "Golden tickets". Each of them contains a secret that you want to send to the developers via email to claim prize. All was taken 160 000 LCC. Also at this address accept donations that will be distributed among the winners. Map space can be reset .
Litecoin Cash — a fork of Litecoin, which happened at the height of the block 1371111. The main advantages of LCC, the developers, — this is a quick time of the transaction (compared to Bitcoin), low Commission and the SHA-256 algorithm (compared to Litecoin), allowing to use old mining hardware that is already irrelevant .
Interesting use of near-space, isn't it? Be cheaper than the launches and flights, the more fun application will find them.
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