Bitcoin prices have dropped sharply in the past week as investors have increasingly shifted their focus to altcoins, such as Litecoin, and digital currencies such as Ethereum.
However, the price of cryptocurrency has continued to rise, with many altcoins showing signs of growth.
While Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin all saw solid gains, Litecoin has remained stagnant since the beginning of the year.
The cryptocurrency is trading at around $0,000 and is currently trading at $7,932.
A new cryptocurrency exchange, LiteBit, is offering cryptocurrency trading on the platform, with a total of $300,000.
LiteBit founder Jeroen van der Laan said the company aims to be the first cryptocurrency exchange that lets people trade cryptocurrencies directly in real-time.
In an interview with the Financial Times, van der Loo said LiteBit was created to be a platform that would enable users to buy and sell cryptocurrency in real time, without the need for a cryptocurrency exchange.
The platform allows users to trade cryptocurrency directly in the cryptocurrency market and without needing a cryptocurrency platform.
The company is launching its first two clients: a Bitcoin client and a Litecoin client.
The Litecoin Client is intended for traders who have no prior knowledge of cryptocurrencies.
The LiteCoin client is a desktop application that users can use to purchase and sell cryptocurrencies in realtime, while the Litecoin Browser app provides users with a way to easily view the cryptocurrency markets.
The app offers an API that developers can use for trading.
A recent report by the research firm CoinDesk noted that Litecoin is on track to overtake Bitcoin as the most valuable cryptocurrency by the end of this year.
Bitcoin prices are now trading at a level similar to that of the dotcom bubble in the early 2000s, according to CoinDesk.