Big things are happening for Litecoin (LTC) and EOS. Let’s dig in and find out what.
Litecoin (LTC) is currently selling for $117.75, which puts the coin down 1.50% in the past 24 hours.
Get ready to add another merchant to the list of places you can use Litecoin as payment! Surf Air is now accepting Litecoin (LTC).
Surf Air totes itself as a “private air travel club.” Its membership program provides all-you-can-fly service for a monthly fee – and now that monthly fee can be paid with Litecoin.
On the heels of @TapJets accepting Litecoin, I just got confirmation that @SurfAir is also accepting LTC now in addition to BTC and ETH. More info on this next week! 🚀 More places to #PayWithLitecoin.
— Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] (@SatoshiLite) May 31, 2018
There are starting to be quite a few flight services that offer Litecoin payment options – from CheapAir to TapJets and now Surf Air. Maybe one day you’ll be able to pay for your entire vacation using Litecoin. Wouldn’t that be exciting?
EOS is currently selling for $12.05, which puts the coin down 2.22% in the past 24 hours.
The EOS ICO is nearly finished – a nearly year-long rollercoaster journey, but the journey’s not quite done yet. There appears to be one more bump to cover leading up to the EOS mainnet launch.
Fortune revealed a phishing scam that has been reeling in some of the EOS tokens up for sale in the ICO. Fake emails are going around claiming to offer the remaining supply of EOS tokens not yet sold.
The emails are convincing, including links to EOS’s actual website and some official looking copyright copy – but scams they are nonetheless. Remember, if someone is asking you to provide them with your private key, that’s a major red flag.
These emails include a button for you to ‘claim’ the unsold EOS tokens. Clicking on that will take you to a near-exact copy of the EOS website where you will be prompted to enter your private key – and that’s when your alarm bells should be ringing if they haven’t been already.
So, be safe out there everyone!
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