Travel to the Litecoin Foundation, a new collaboration is announced, because of this, Litecoin was added as a method of payment, within the eco-system of Travel. The videogamebedrijf do you know of the old game consoles and classic games such as Asteroids, Breakout and Centipede just to name a few, to name a few.
The Litecoin Foundation has been established in Singapore and is a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to the use of litecoin.
Litecoin is being added as a method of payment, but not all the details have been shared. What we do know is that the Atari’s VCS game, and streamingconsole, which was built on a Linux-based operating system, and with the same name as 1977, a computer system) on the website, with discount, with litecoin you can buy. The consoles and games are, of course, will also be available on the website of the Litecoin Foundation.
As a very strong believer in the blockchain, and crypto), and a fan of @SatoshiLite am very happy to announce @sega will offer a discount when you buy @TheAtari_VCS with the @litecoin – Coming soon!!!!! pic.twitter.com/flBRTy4PJz
— Chesnais (@chesnaisfred) May 19, 2020
The Tokens in the ecosystem
Charlie Lee, the man behind Litecoin and the executive director of the foundation:
Many of us remember when we were growing up, and the games from the Atari to play. It’s great to see Litecoin on a variety of different ways within the Travel eco-system, the purchase of a new Atari VCS game console, to use it as a way to get you to invest in Travel Tokens. The Litecoin Foundation has been pleased to see that a partnership like this can have, not only for Litecoin and cryptocurrency, but also for the gaming industry, and fans of Sega.
Lee believes that the partnership is only the beginning.
We’re going to be in the future, be sure to talk about the different ways in which we can work together. Maybe litecoin will be used in the games.
Also, he thinks about the extra income and great services for fans around the world.
We just want to be happy together merchandising, publishing, t-shirts, with Litecoin, and Travel to it.
Low transaction fee
Atari is building a private digital currency, and it will work in the same way, as a sort of a casino chips on their platform. Litecoin seems to be well suited for it. Atari CEO Fred Chesnais said in the announcement:
The ease-of-use, and low transaction costs Litecoin to make it a perfect fit for use with the Atari tokens as well as other projects.
Jay Milla, the marketing director of the Litecoin Foundation, in an interview to Cointelegraph:
We both have a great connection with gaming, or gamers. In the digital valutaruimte there are, of course, a lot of people who play video games and gamers are often the early adopters. And it’s great to see a company like Sega reinvents itself. There are plans for us to see how we will be able to work in all Atari’s doing.