We’ve launched our brand new Free Litecoin Mobile app today on the Android Play store and coming soon for iOS! Download it here and start earning Litecoin rewards today.
Earn Free Litecoin with the Latest Mobile Faucet App from Alien Apps
With our 4 year history of creating faucets, incentive apps and giving away bitcoin and cryptocurrency, we are finally bringing this to Litecoin!
In the app you can claim a little free litecoin every hour. We have our big hourly rewards, simply click to “spin” and claim the prize. You get multiple spins every hour so if you don’t like the first reward, you can spin and try again. You can even top up your spins by watching a simple ad, so keep trying to claim those top prizes!
There’s more than one way to claim, too! You can claim from the “Bonus Claims” as long as there are ads to view – simply watch an ad and spin the prize wheel to claim your litoshi reward.
Not only that but we have integrated offer walls into Free Litecoin that will add your earnings straight into your in-app Litecoin balance. These rewards vary from country to country and can be quite substantial!
Your balance will automatically be sent to your Litecoin wallet address every week as long as your earnings add up to more than the threshold of 0.0002 litecoin or 20,000 litoshi.
We chose Litecoin for this app because it’s one of the longest-running cryptocurrency project. Because of its longevity it has developed a large community of fans and a lot of support in the wider cryptocurrency community, with Litecoin being available at most exchanges.
As well as its longevity, there’s its standing in the crypto community as well. It’s often compared to Bitcoin - the first major cryptocurrency built on blockchain technology - and seen as the silver to Bitcoin’s gold.
Its transaction times are also quite a bit shorter than Bitcoin’s, meaning any transactions sent should take less time to very on the Litecoin blockchain, therefore speeding up payments compared to other similar coins. This means that it’s potentially more useful as a payment option in the future.
A Brief History of Litecoin
Litecoin was founded by Charlie Lee in 2011. Initially it was a fork of the Bitcoin Core blockchain and as such has a lot of similarities to the way Bitcoin functions, but Lee and the Litecoin team also introduced a number of differences.
The most important of these differences from a practical point of view is arguably the block length - ie the amount of time it takes to “mine” a block and verify transactions on the blockchain. On average it takes roughly a quarter of the time to verify a Litecoin block than a Bitcoin block, meaning greatly increased transaction speeds are possible on the Litecoin chain.
Other differences introduced to Litecoin are the algorithm used to mine blocks - it is more demanding of memory, and requires computers to complete processes in series, which reduces advantages conferred by people or companies capable of buying ASIC rigs for the purposes of mining.
Even nine years after its initial launch, Litecoin continues to be one of the most talked about cryptocurrencies sharing space with Bitcoin