Even though Litecoin is one of the older cryptocurrencies on the market today, it is often overlooked by investors and speculators alike. With the upcoming Litecoin Summit around the corner, the Litecoin Foundation now plans to offer free passes to students looking to attend this conference.

The Litecoin Summit 2018

It is not that often that a two-day cryptocurrency conference focuses solely on one specific project. In this regard, the Litecoin Foundation is hosting the Litecoin Summit 2018 which will take place on September 15th and 16th. The event is being hosted at the South San Francisco Conference Center and will focus on everything pertaining to Litecoin and its budding ecosystem.

With a large list of speakers already confirmed, the event will offer some interesting talks and debates. Noteworthy speakers include Charlie Lee, Xinxi Wang, Elizabeth Stark, and Adam Draper, to name a few. They will be joined by various Youtube starts such as Coindaddy, Bitcoin Uncensored, Fud TV, and BritVR.

Considering how the passes for this conference are not ridiculously expensive, it is an event worth attending. The most expensive package costs $500 – or $399 for early birds – and includes a two-day attendance pass, VIP Mixer access, and an LTC Phoenix Den hat. Students looking to attend this event can do so free of charge, courtesy of the Litecoin Foundation. As seen in the Tweet below, a special code has been created to attend the Litecoin Summit during both days at no additional cost.

Final Thoughts

The Litecoin Summit is shaping up nicely. Despite so many people dismissing LTC as a viable, long-term crypto asset, it is still performing rather well. While the Summit may not necessarily focus on groundbreaking revelations in terms of products and services, one never knows what to expect from such an event.

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