When BTC moves into a new market, China recently, and now downloads of the BTC wallet appear to be spiking in India, as these aggressive and forceful rejections of BTC exchanges in India recently have only served to peak interest by the people in India ... we see BTC moving into new markets regardless. So at first we are concerned with new capital flowing into BTC from these new markets, and it happens. The governments force and interference is only a temporary setback, but it is fantastic public relations and marketing for BTC in general.
So LTC follows BTC in exchange adoption, and when we see LTC listed on some exchange, it is usually just a matter of time before an LTC/Fiat pair is then listed in that exchange. And I think we'll see this with WDC, Worldcoin, and perhaps MEC, as we have seen NVC, and NMC on btc-e, list fiat pairs for those newer, Scrypt based CryptoCurrencies. So this cycle continues, and we'll see this happen as the exchanges for BTC open in Mexico, and in Argentina, serving Peru and Chile, etc ...
I was not an early adopter of BTC, but, I did mine LTC and trade LTC as a relatively early adopter of Scrypt based CryptoCurrency. And yes, I do own some BTC which I have obtained by selling for BTC some of the Scrypt Crypto I have mined. But I'm all Scrypt now, it's Scrypt, do or die for me, and through that I hope to see the new coin, the BETA, as I consider BTC to be an ALPHA release of CryptoCurrency, LTC and other current Scrypt coins to be a BEAT release of CryptoCurrency, and coins like PHS, PhilosopherStone, to be a newer, BEAT version of CryptoCurrency. To study the Scrypt coins closely, affords perhaps a better premonition of future coin development.
To maintain a focused study of bitcoin, which I certainly do, leads us to find what elements of the CryptoCurrency money "industry" will develop first, and do well within this new CryptoCurrency "protocol", internet protocol.