Litecoin can now be sent via Facebook Messenger

The adaption of crypto currencies is significantly responsible for convincing the population worldwide of the blockchain technology as well as its potential benefits. Through an innovative integration into the Facebook Messenger, Litecoin can be sent via this messaging channel.

The team of Lite.IM, a project of Zulu Republic, recently announced that it is now possible to send and receive Litecoin via SMS. This does not require an exte Litecoin wallet, but simply the use of the platform’s services. The latest integration allows sending and receiving Litecoin via the Facebook Messenger.

We are happy to announce that @liteim_official is now live on Facebook Messenger. 2Bn+ @facebook users now have direct access to easily and securely, send, manage and invest in Litecoin.

⭐️ Get Started –

Made By @ZTXRepublic

– (@liteim_official) 31 October 2018

All users who want to use this service must start a conversation with Lite.IM via the messenger link from

Then the user will be asked to register and accept the terms of use. A telephone number and an e-mail address are required for registration. In addition, a confirmation SMS is sent to the stored number to verify the authenticity of the data entered. A secure password must then be specified. An LTC Wallet address is provided immediately afterwards. Then Litecoin can be sent and received.

In addition to the Facebook Messenger and the traditional communication option via SMS, Litecoin can be received and sent via the news service Telegram since August. Charlie Lee called on the community not to focus on the bear market, but on the adaptation and increasing spread of the digital currency.

Step-by-step, crypto currencies are increasingly finding their way into the most diverse areas of payment, communication and also the economy.