For those who have not been following the saga of Crypto Currency, Bitcoin and Litecoin, it may come as a surprise that currencies with no intrinsic value remain a volatile commodity for investors. For those who have been keeping up with conversion rates for digital currency it is clear that the very volatility that has defined pseudo-currency is what is keeping investors interested in this field. Recent changes in the value of such currency as well as the bankruptcy of one of the biggest platforms in the world exchanging Bitcoins has called into question the future of this digital money. However, experts reassure those who want to use Crypto Currency, Litecoin and Bitcoin that the “fad” that led to digital money is probably here to stay.
Bitcoin and other forms of pseudo-currency are used as payments for transaction fees, products and services. Bitcoins or Litecoins can be exchanged for “real” currency at a given rate. Experts were concerned that Bitcoins and other digital currency might be used for illegal activity as they are much easier to exchange and “launder” than other forms of money. Bitcoin use was implicated in an illegal drug website, for example, and there may also be other examples of illegal use that have not yet been reported.
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