Litecoin Data Recovery

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Gillware Can Help Recover Your Litecoin!

Did you lose Litecoin from an old laptop, desktop, phone, or tablet? Do you need to recover Litecoin from the Enjin wallet? Are you having trouble accessing Litecoin stored in an Exodus wallet?

Data loss is a stressful experience, and this applies to an even greater degree when there is a significant financial element. Despite how technically capable many Litecoin users are, it’s always possible to accidentally delete a software wallet, reformat a device, or forget the password to a phone or tablet. Gillware can help you with your Litecoin private key recovery!

Litecoin Software Wallets

There have been a number of popular software wallets over the 11 years since Litecoin was created. One of the first mobile-based solutions was the Enjin wallet, released in 2009. The web-based multi-currency SpectroCoin wallet was released in 2013. The decentralized multi-currency wallet Jaxx was released by Canadian company Decentral in 2014.

Hardware wallets or cold-storage wallets offer an additional layer of security to software based ‘hot-wallets’ that are directly integrated with the internet. The Ledger company was launched in 2014, and has created the popular Ledger Nano S and Ledger Nano X hardware wallets. The Trezor wallet is a premier hardware wallet that adds convenience to security by enabling Litecoin holders to sign transactions directly from the wallet.

Litecoin Hardware Wallets

Litecoin Data Recovery Fee Structure

Gillware has experience aiding crypto enthusiasts in this stressful situation. Some people will attempt to ‘recover’ Litecoin in situations where there’s a very remote chance that they actually had anything to begin with.

As such, Gillware has instituted a non-negotiable attempt fee of $500. This may seem like a lot of money, but in a situation where you are recovering $100,000 USD worth of Litecoin it is extremely reasonable.

LTC Recovered (Value in $USD)Finders Fee %
$0 – $500050%
$5001 – $10000015%
$100001 – $50000010%
$500001 – $30000007.5%
+ $30000015%

Litecoin Data Recovery Finders Fee

Gillware is a professional data recovery organization, and a majority of the data recovery cases we undertake are relatively risk-free. This does not hold true with LTC data recovery. Due to the significant degree of paperwork and legal liability, Gillware also charges a finders-fee on a sliding scale for any cryptocurrency successfully recovered. The finders fee is also non-negotiable, and this table describes the details.

LTC Data Recovery Procedure

Once your cryptocurrency wallet has been identified Gillware will reach out to the client to schedule a zoom call between a Gillware engineer, the client, and the client’s legal council (optional). The client will present a drivers license or another valid form of identification, they will witness Gillware taking the finders fee, and transferring their cryptocurrency to the clients active wallet. This is non-negotiable.

Due to the liability posed by illegitimate activity in the cryptocurrency space(dark-net markets for illegal substances / services and ransomware), Gillware will not convert your recovered cryptocurrency into another token or USD. If you lose LTC, you’re getting LTC (sorry Monero enthusiasts).

Note: Submitting a Litecoin data recovery case to this form does not guarantee that Gillware will be accepting your case. Making a submission to this form will result in a Gillware data recovery engineer reaching out to the phone number you have submitted. Gillware maintains the right to refuse or accept cryptocurrency data recovery cases at our discretion.

Litecoin Data Recovery Conclusion

In closing, if you were using a hardware or software wallet to store cryptocurrency, and you no longer have access to it; Gillware can help you get your tokens back. The experienced data recovery engineers at Gillware have helped clients recover over 3 Million USD worth of cryptocurrency.

JB Larson
JB Larson

JB Larson is technologist passionate about researching data storage devices, educating clients about technology, and playing the piano when he's not working.

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