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The founder of Litecoin no longer owns any of his own cryptocurrency

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He won’t say how many coins he had, but all of Litecoin founder Charlie Lee’s share in the cryptocurrency has been sold or donated.

In a Reddit post early Wednesday, Lee explained how his stake in Litecoin is a conflict of interest: “Whenever I tweet about Litecoin price or even just good or bads [sic] news, I get accused of doing it for personal benefit,” he wrote.

Even though Lee sold all his coin, he’s still very much involved in his currency. “I’m not quitting Litecoin,” he assured in his note.

I still have a lot of skin in the game. Litecoin is my creation. I want it to succeed more than anyone.

— Charlie Lee [LTC] (@SatoshiLite) December 20, 2017 Read more…

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