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Litecoin Wallets

The most common Wallet available today is "Litecoin Core" for Linux, Windows and Mac OS. Litecoin Core is an offline wallet based on the Bitcoin Core wallet.

On January 19, 2014, the Litecoin Android wallet was released. This new release replaces the old Android client which contained major security issues.

A new Litecoin Electrum client — a lightweight wallet for Litecoin — was released for beta testing on April 10, 2014. As with other Litecoin Dev projects, the client is based on the bitcoin source and the Litecoin developers fix issues upstream in order to make it easier to keep the Litecoin version updated. As with the Litecoin Android wallet, this new version of Electrum for Litecoin replaces the old and unsupported version created in the first year of Litecoin's release.

Electrum-LTC is a simple, but powerful Litecoin wallet. A twelve-word security passphrase (or “seed”) leaves intruders stranded and your peace of mind intact. Keep it on paper, or in your head... and never worry about losing your litecoins to theft or hardware failure. No waiting, no lengthy blockchain downloads and no syncing to the network.

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