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$44.94

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Plus500 is a CFD provider founded in 2008. On Plus500 you can trade cryptocurrency CFDs and the Crypto10 index which resembles the performance of the top 10 cryptocurrencies.

Warning: 80.5% of retail investors lose money when trading CFDs with Plus500. CFDs are only suitable for short-term trading. Positions held overnight may result in high fees.

$44.77

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-0.4% less than best price $10 bonus for your first purchase worth $100+

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  €0.15
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Coinbase's crypto exchange GDAX has got a new name: Coinbase Pro. While the standard service is intended for the broader masses, the Pro branding is targeting professional crypto traders by offering a professional trading interface and lower fees. The verification works the same for both services.

$10 bonus for your first purchase worth $100+

$44.74

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BitBay is one of Europe’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges originally founded in Poland. In November 2018 the company moved its legal base to the cryptocurrency-friendly Republic of Malta.

$44.11

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bitFlyer is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges worldwide by market volume and has offices in Tokyo, San Francisco and Luxembourg.

$44.10

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-1.9% less than best price $10 bonus for you first purchase of $100+

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Coinbase is a digital asset broker headquartered in San Francisco, California. They broker exchanges of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and other digital assets with fiat currencies in 32 countries, and bitcoin transactions and storage in 190 countries worldwide.

$10 bonus for you first purchase of $100+

$44.07

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-1.9% less than best price

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EXMO is a UK-based digital currency exchange that operates globally. Account verification is required by uploading an ID document and a proof of residence.

$43.70

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CoinGate is a payment gateway that provides merchants with tools to accept various cryptocurrencies as a payment, as well as a service to buy and sell crypto on the spot.

$43.15

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BC Bitcoin is a UK based cryptocurrency broker. With fast deposits and withdrawals and a focus on customer service, BC Bitcoin is becoming an increasingly popular choice for buying and selling cryptocurrency.

$42.66

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Bitpanda is a European crypto broker based in Austria and has grown into a popular trading platform for newbies and experts alike. Users can currently trade Bitcoin, Ethereum, gold and over 20 other digital assets.

$41.61

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BTCBIT.NET is a rather new cryptocurrency trading platform legally based in Poland with operational offices in Latvia and Estonia. The company provides a trading service to buy and sell various cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Dash, Zcash and Ethereum Classic with credit cards and bank transfers.

$40.03

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  $5.00
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Kraken is a globally operating US-based crypto exchange founded in 2011 and the world's largest bitcoin exchange in euro volume and liquidity.

-$20.26

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Bitfinex.com is a prominent cryptocurrency trading platform. It allows users to exchange several cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, and others and supports a number of professional trading features, such as margin trading.

What is Litecoin?

Litecoin is a peer-to-peer digital currency. It was invented by Charlie Lee in 2011 and is in many technical regards nearly identical to Bitcoin. The system works without a central repository or administrator, but uses a distributed ledger called blockchain to record transactions. Litecoin offers technical improvements over Bitcoin which allow a faster and a greater number of transactions as well as almost zero payment cost. Furthermore, the cryptocurrency is often used to test new technologies before they are adopted by the Bitcoin protocol.

How to sell Litecoins

Litecoin can be bought on cryptocurrency marketplaces. Before you are able to sell your first litecoins, you need to open an account and verify your identity with one of them. If the chosen marketplace does not offer a wallet service, you also have to setup a litecoin wallet to store your litecoins. The process of account creation, identity verification and payment processing can take from few minutes to several weeks, depending on the verification process and used payment method.

Where to sell Litecoins

There are three different types of cryptocurrency marketplaces where you can sell Litecoin.

Exchanges resemble traditional stock exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange and allow individuals to trade Litecoin directly among each other. Cryptocurrency exchanges are thereby responsible for matchmaking, i.e. to determine a price for litecoin where there are enough buyers and sellers. Cryptocurrency exchanges are oftentimes targeted towards professional traders and offer many advanced trading features and interfaces which can somewhat confusing for beginners.

Brokers, by contrast, offer the purchase of litecoin out of their own asset stock. This means that when you sell litecoins from a broker, you do not make a transaction with another individual, but the broker. Cryptocurrency brokers therefore act as market makers and charge a higher fee than cryptocurrency exchanges. Nevertheless, selling cryptocurrencies from broker services is often very easy and straightforward.

Lastly, peer-to-peer (P2P) directories are platforms where two individuals can trade bitcoin directly between each other and without a third-party or matchmaking algorithm. However, there it is more risky to sell Litecoin on a P2P directory due to the lack of a third party.

What to consider when selling Litecoins

After learning more about cryptocurrency marketplaces, you might be wondering: “What’s the best marketplace for me?” Rest assured, you have come to the right place: Cryptoradar lists popular places to litecoins litecoins from all around the world. Simply use our filters to find a marketplace of your preference.

Verification: Most marketplaces require identity verification (e.g. by uploading a copy of your passport) and proof of residency (e.g. by uploading a recent utility bill) before you can sell litecoins. The verification of your account can take from few minutes to several weeks.

Wallet Service: A litecoin wallet is a piece of software where you can store your litecoins. If you are inexperienced with cryptocurrencies, we recommend to choose a marketplace that provides a built-in wallet service. Nevertheless, please note that storing litecoins in a wallet that you manage yourself is usually more secure, but it requires a learning effort. You can find some basic information about different types of wallets here.

Prices & Fees: The price of litecoin is determined by supply and demand, meaning that its prise will rise and fall depending on the number of people willing to buy and sell litecoins. As cryptocurrency exchanges are responsible for determining the market prices, they usually offer litecoins at a lower price and with lower fees than broker services. Additionally to trading fees, there may be fees to deposit and withdraw your cryptocurrencies.

Payment method: To sell litecoins, you need to transfer money to a marketplace. Most exchanges only offer limited payment methods such as wire transfer, while broker services often offer faster or near instant payment methods such as credit cards or Skrill at an extra fee.

Security: When investing into cryptocurrencies, security plays a major. Cryptoradar helps you filter marketplaces for security features such as two-factor authentication (2FA) or cold storage. We also advise you not to store significant amounts of fiat or cryptocurrencies on marketplaces as they may be subject to cyber attacks.

When to sell Litecoin?

Is now a good time to sell Litecoin? We don’t know. However, if you are looking at a specific price at which you would like to sell Litecoin, we can help you to not miss a favourable opportunity: Sign up for a Cryptoradar account and set up a price alert to get notified when bitcoin trades below or above your target price.