Cryptocurrency exchangeplaces have been flooded with bitcoin and litecoins over the last few weeks, with traders selling their digital currencies on exchange platforms.
Now, some traders are selling lite coins on Coinbase, one of the largest Bitcoin exchanges.
On Dec. 6, 2017, the Bitcoin market saw its first large influx of lite coin purchases, according to Coinbase’s daily price chart.
It reached $2,100, or about $5,000 at the time.
At that time, bitcoin was trading at around $12,700.
But the lite-coin market saw the first major influx of purchases.
As a result, Coinbase has been flooded by users wanting to trade lite.
The company says that, for the most part, it has sold all its lite currencies, which are listed in a public record on its website.
As of Dec. 7, there were 1,846 bitcoins and 0.831 lite currency orders for each coin, the company reported.
Coinbase has sold 0.2% of the total volume of bitcoin transactions so far, and 0% of ltc transactions so of late.
The exchange platform has seen a steady increase in volume, and Coinbase says it is currently selling $50 million worth of bitcoins every month.
Bitcoin trading has been a huge growth area for Coinbase over the past several months.
The platform is currently worth about $4 billion.
It’s also seeing significant growth in lite and bitcoin trading.
The cryptocurrency markets have seen significant gains in value, and as a result traders are now trying to make money in both markets.
However, some of these investors may not have the expertise to buy and sell a currency at a fair market price, as it’s not a “real” currency.
As with all cryptocurrencies, it’s impossible to know for sure how much profit you’ll make on buying and selling lites.
But it’s safe to say that most people will be making a profit if they buy and hold the lites at a price that is fair and transparent.