Ben Askren has an impressive track record as a ONE champion and a Bellator warrior. He has won 19 of the past 21 matches he has fought; currently he is on board the roster for UFC. Ben has shone best as a Welterweight Champ.
He has been a Bitcoin and Litecoin enthusiast for quite a while. Landon Douglas Cassill is a professional race car driver, and he is in-charge of a Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. Charles “CJ” Nana Kwabena Sapong is a soccer player, at present he is part of the Chicago Fires team [in Major League Soccer]. Tyler Adkinson was a former Dodgers outfielder, and also a BTC HODLer.
Excited to speak at the @LTCFoundation’s yearly summit later this year in Vegas!
The synergy of sports & crypto is just getting warmed up 🚀 https://t.co/qQOwSISQwF
— Tyler Adkison (@tyblockterra) August 1, 2019
Litecoin is ranked at #4 according to the latest data obtained from coinmarketcap. The price of LTC soared by 4.47% in the span of the past 24-hours. The trading volume recorded is $3.124 billion, whereas the supply has 62,914,218 LTC tokens in play for now. The total market cap of Litecoin is $6.057 billion.
Bitcoin Cash needs to have a $200 million boost in terms of value [market cap] if it hopes to overtake Litecoin. However, that is not expected, as the halving will take place in a week, and buyers are starting to gather momentum.
Ben and Landon are well-known among the fans in their respective field. This might cause certain institutional investors to pay heed to the Summit which is slated to occur in October this year in Nevada.
For LTC, resistance will be felt near the $106 region and close to $111.4 as well. However, the price will mostly stay above the $83 and the $71.5 level, where it had found support previously.