There is a rumor swirling that a Litecoin-Facebook partnership is in the works.
Other than completely unsubstantiated assertions, of which there are many, we have the following to consider: a post from Charlie Lee, the founder of Litecoin, shown and linked below; this ZeroHedge article; and Charlie Lee’s selloff of his Litecoin stake.
Not much to go on, really, and far from any amount of evidence that would build a case. If you explore Twitter and YouTube, you’ll find many talking about the supposed partnership. I’ll leave that to you. For purposes of this post we’ll stick to the three points mentioned above.
Before getting to those, what would a Litecoin-Facebook partnership even look like?
When I heard about this, my first thought was: what the devil do people buy on Facebook? Yeah, that’s how hip I am, ha. I don’t spend much time on Facebook, and I don’t make payments on Facebook, but that’s not to say that many other people don’t, or that I won’t be doing the same in the future. So there’s a marketplace, and like, games and such? Also, ads, of course.