First, log into your wallet. In most wallets, the receiving address can be found under the button 'Receive'. A litecoin receiving address always starts with an L or an M. A litecoin receiving address will, in most wallets, automatically change once it has been used for a transaction.
What is the format of the Litecoin address?
A Litecoin address is an identifier of 26–35 alphanumeric characters, beginning with the alphabet L that represents a possible destination of a Litecoin payment.
How do I run a Litecoin node?
- Plug in power and ethernet cable into open ethernet port on router.
- On different PC connected to same network go to Remote Desktop Connection in windows.
- Connect to computer name "LitecoinNode"
- Enter password provided in the box with the litecoin node.
- After connection verify Litecoin Core is running.
What are the system requirements for Litecoin node?
a minimum of 2 GB of RAM. at least 25 GB of hard disk storage (operating system + the current whole Litecoin blockchain will use up 16ish GB; this will leave some space for the blockchain to grow in the coming few years) at least one standard (IPv4) IP address (to be easily connectable by other nodes)
How do I access my litecoin wallet?
The process is simple:
- Select “Create new wallet”.
- You will be given a unique passphrase. This is your only way to access your wallet.
- Set a PIN for quick access on your device.
- From here, you're ready to send, receive and exchange Litecoin with the app.
How do I use Litecoin?
You'll typically have four ways to use your Litecoin on everyday purchases.
- Pay directly to merchants that accept Litecoin online or in-person.
- Spend Litecoin like cash using the BitPay Card.
- Buy gift cards with Litecoin.
- Transfer funds from wallet to wallet with a P2P transaction.