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Nano is a decentralized, sustainable, and secure next-generation digital currency focused on addressing the inefficiencies present in existing cryptocurrencies. Nano provides an intuitive experience that feels like digital currency should - no fuss, no fees, no waiting.
Designed to solve peer to peer transfer of value, Nano aims to revolutionize the world economy through an ultrafast, fee-less and decentralized network that is open and accessible to everyone. The efficient and lightweight nature of Nano allows everyone, including individuals in emerging countries to easily participate in local and global economies with a low barrier of entry.
The speed of Nano transactions provides broad utility across a wide spectrum of financial applications. With a fully distributed supply, bridging opportunities such as foreign exchange transactions and fast cross-border transfers can be confidently facilitated over a decentralized network..
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Recently, high demand and limited scalability have increased the average transaction times and fees in popular cryptocurrencies, yielding an unsatisfactory experience. Here we introduce Nano, a cryptocurrency with a novel block-lattice architecture where each account has its own blockchain, delivering near instantaneous transaction speed and unlimited scalability.
The whitepaper of Nano is 8 Pages long.
The most influencial keywords are: Transact, Block, Account, Nodes, Network, Nano, Vote, Voting, Attack, and Requiring.file_downloadOpen Whitepaper
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Nano was founded back in October 2015.
Its source code was released publicly on github on May 2014
under the BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License license.
Organization wise, Nanos Development is Semi-centralized and is being developed under the lead of Guilherme Lawless.
The consensus on which the Nano network is run is called Delegated Proof of Stake, while
the underlying algorithm is called DPoS.
In the current state of Nano currently is Working product
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Every change to the codebase of Nano is registered as a commit. More active projects have many commits, dead projects nearly none.
Extending a project results in many new lines of code. Changing existing code results in nearly the same amount of additions and deletions. Projects that are growing show a large number of code additions with relatively few deletions.
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Convert between NANO and USD with the live Nano prices, aggregated from all big exchanges that trade Nano.
Volume from exchanges is considered untrusted if the exchange has little reputation and no License but reports suspiciously high trading volume in particular coins.
Colin Lemahieu -
Creator & lead developer
A software developer for the last 10 years, Colin founded RaiBlocks, now Nano, in 2014. He moved to the project full time in 2017 and is spearheading development of the core protocol. His interests include space technology, physics, and environmental sustainability.
Full stack engineer
Chief operating officer
Devin Alexander Torres
Build and test infrastructure development lead
Community management and support
Community & public relations
The amount of hype the leading giant of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, has garnered over the years has opened new ways for innovation and success and has single-handedly started an industry of its own. However, there are many shortcomings with Bitcoin and not many people are aware of these limitations. To address these hurdles, many altcoins have emerged on the scenes with promises of bridging these gaps and solving these issues. Nano, being one of them, tries to resolve the network speed issue of the crypto-coins.
Nano was built from scratch and the technology is based on Proof-of-stake and Proof-of-work algorithms. The main purpose of the technology is to make it easier for transaction to be processed as quickly as possible and to bring transactional times down to 0.5 seconds and doing all these without charging any fees or necessarily requiring the need to use much electricity, all while still maintaining decentralization. These incentives make the altcoin the best possible solution for micro-transactions and quick transfers (BitDegree, 2019).
The main idea Nano is selling as a product is a blockchain network that supports astonishingly fast transactions. To double the treat, the fast speeds are paired with less energy consumption of the transactional processes and minimal fee charges, all while maintaining decentralization(LeMahieu, 2017).
Nano was originally known as Raiblocks, but it was later rebranded to its current name to attract more users. Nano, or Raiblocks, was founded by Colin LeMahieu in 2014. It was a side project at the time, but in the course of working on it, he grew so passionate about the technology that he devoted all his energy towards the development of the coin and has been coding endlessly since 2014 (Walters, 2019).
In Feb 2018, Nano made it into the headlines after an Italian cryptocurrency exchange Bitgrail was attacked. The exchange disclosed that Nano tokens were stolen from their exchange and the damages amounted to $150 million. The stolen assets couldn’t be recovered which caused a sell-off.
Soon after, in an interesting turn of events, it was revealed that it was not Nano’s code that was compromised, but Bitgrail exchange’s code that had introduced vulnerabilities in the working of the network and was the reason behind the loss. The owner of the exchange Francesco Firano was ordered to pay the damages to the Nano investors (Hatmaker, 2018).
The code is being maintained by the Nano team that remains a very small entity. It is claimed that only around 9 devoted developers are handling the whole project. The team is constantly working on developing the network to achieve faster speeds and a more secure network. Current transactions are mostly processed within two seconds.
|Transactions per second||Nano network can handle many more transactions per second compared to other cryptocurrencies.|
|Transaction speed||The transaction speed is much higher compared to other cryptocurrencies. Nano boasts of being one of the fastest networks among other cryptocurrencies.|
|Transaction cost||The transaction fees are much lower on the Nano network as compared to other blockchains.|
|Energy consumption||Nano has decreased the energy requirements for its blockchain.|
|Decentralization||The Nano network is decentralized.|
|Product availability||The product is already available and is already in its working phase.|
|Security||The security of the Nano network has not yet been tested because it is relatively new, hence, it has not been established.|
|Adoption||Despite its advanced technology, Nano still has not been accepted widely.|
|Exchange availability||Nano is not available on the major trusted exchanges.|
|Privacy||Transactions with Nano are pseudonymous and can be traced.|
Nano technology holds important incentives that could promote the growth of cryptocurrencies. The transactions are very fast and cheap on the Nano network. Each node on the network still has to compute some calculations as part of the process, but the number and complexity of calculations are much less when compared to other blockchain-based cryptocurrencies. Since the release of version 19 a constant transactional time of fewer than 2 seconds has been recorded.
The Nano team makes efforts to keep their community abreast about the progress of the Nano technology. The team posts weekly updates in their subreddit. The upcoming projects are Nano wallets and an optimized upgraded version of the network.
The potential for Nano is massive. Its unmatchable speed and scalability make it the best solution for daily transactions and quick funds transfer, currently. If executed correctly, Nano could gain worldwide recognition and become accepted and become a globally used currency.
There are some altcoins that compete with Nano in terms of what they offer or promise to offer. Several cryptocurrencies are available in the market that offers fast speeds like Nano, however, most of them are based on a centralized network.
The marketing strategy Nano is using is not yet a successful and there is no widespread adoption of Nano cryptocurrency that has been witnessed to this day. Nano’s success story is just based off the word of mouth for now. The means of partnership as we define it is the acceptance of businesses or people who use Nano to transfer funds to and from each other’s accounts.
Nano’s success heavily depend upon its active users making transactions using the network and making these transactions using the Nano coin, or when businesses recognize and start accepting Nano as an alternative to cash. What is stopping businesses from accepting Nano and integrating it into their payment systems is that Nano is not a typical blockchain; rather it is based on a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) algorithm. This makes it harder to implement unlike other mainstream cryptocurrencies.
Nano’s community strengthened within a short while, especially during the days when its price valuation recorded an increase. Developers started developing applications that could enable the use of Nano in stores and small businesses, but its popularity experienced a serious setback after the cyber theft attacks on Bitgrail’s cryptocurrency exchange. An estimated $150 million of Nano tokens were stolen from the exchange.
The Nano team has been revealed to be a small group of developers who constantly works towards the improvement of the Nano network. Colin LeMahieu is the team leader and has been working on the project since 2014. He has successfully gathered a team of competent developers to optimize the Nano algorithm.
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|# 8||Kraken||NANO/ETH||$ 1.007168||$ 5,692||check|
|# 9||OKEx||NANO/USDT||$ 1.017549||$ 442,361||clear|
|# 10||HitBTC||NANO/BTC||$ 1.014178||$ 119,331||clear|
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