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  • NanoWallet.io Seed Not Working with Other Wallets
    by /u/invalid_data on September 12, 2020 at 5:43 pm

    So I am trying to move my nano from NanoWallet.io or just import my seed into another account but when I try my seed in another wallet, it points to an unopened nano account. Not the actual account I show on NanoWallet.io? Any ideas on how I can send my nano or import into a new wallet to get it off NanoWallet.io? submitted by /u/invalid_data [link] [comments]

  • Nano and its link to Democracy
    by /u/trinidat1 on September 12, 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Thoughts experiment: Do the people who run representatives meet in person and personally interact on Nano issues? How would these meetings (if they took place, like in a parliament) contribute to the Nano ecosystem? Are there any hints or dangers for this kind of "inner circle" communication? And in a kind of social aproach to Nano's open representative voting: Does it make any sense, when users know the person, they delegate their Nanos to, in person? If you compare orv with a western democracy, representatives continually communicate with their voters and try to earn peoples votes and trust to succeed on public votes. Just thinking if Nano's analogy with a democracy could be discussed in a more intense way-:) submitted by /u/trinidat1 [link] [comments]

  • NanoVault back online on v21.1
    by /u/avhloni on September 12, 2020 at 2:21 pm

    https://mynano.ninja/account/nanovault Finally submitted by /u/avhloni [link] [comments]

  • PixelBar, rated no.1 for nightlife on Tripadvisor Leeds, UK - partners with the Nano Community to introduce an exciting new way for visitors to win NANO , with an all-new Nano Arcade inspired Space Invader game!
    by /u/NaomeNF on September 11, 2020 at 5:56 pm

    ​ Nano Arcade Space Invaders Installation- PixelBar Leeds, UK Popular retro gaming spot, Pixelbar, Leeds, UK - rated number #1 for nightlife on Tripadvisor has invited visitors on a trip back to the future, with an exciting new way to win NANO, by hitting high scores on an all-new Nano Arcade inspired #SpaceInvaders game. A huge shout out to community favorites /u/nanoissuperior and u/jayycox for the time and effort invested into introducing NANO, the digital currency of the future in a new and exciting way. https://decrypt.co/41527/pay-cryptocurrency-to-play-retro-space-invaders-game-in-uk-bar submitted by /u/NaomeNF [link] [comments]

  • Comparing Nano's Nakamoto Coefficient
    by /u/SenatusSPQR on September 11, 2020 at 11:10 am

    Inspired by the discussion on the cc subreddit (which I won't link to), I have some questions. These Nakamoto coefficients aren't very comparable. Miners can reassign their hashrate at any time. Hashrate also has an ongoing, real expense. Nano votes can't be reassigned if the network is controlled, and there's no out of band "real" cost to acquire or maintain control. Thus, it's extremely misleading to try and compare these. I would say that indeed hashrate has an ongoing, real expense so indeed, performing a 51% attack on Bitcoin will cost you on a per hour basis. On the other hand, get a 51% majority of Nano and you essentially block the network for eternity from what I understand. Bitcoin would most likely also collapse in value if a 51% attack was successfully performed, because even if it were to go offline for an hour and just a few doublespends were performed, it would undermine the store of value mantra quite strongly. Some sides notes here are, of course, that getting a 51% majority delegates for Nano is extremely difficult or expensive, as you need to buy up a large percentage of the supply yourself or you need to convince a lot of people to delegate to you, which hopefully only works if you build services that use Nano and therefore, in both cases, you have a vested interest in ensuring the Nano network remains valuable. On the other hand, Bitcoin miners have made large investments in ASICs which means they are strongly incentivized in the same sense, they want the Bitcoin network to remain valuable. Convincing either enough large Nano holders, or large swathes of Bitcoin hash power, would therefore be difficult. However, wouldn't it, generally, not be easier to find hash power outside the large miners currently mining than it would be to find Nano to give yourself a majority? I'm thinking that to get a 51% majority in Nano as said earlier you need to buy up enough of the outstanding Nano, or convince holders with a vested interest in the value of the Nano network. For Bitcoin however, I could rent out a chunk of Amazon's computing power and set up my own temporary mining operation to compete with the mining pools currently available. It would still be expensive, but, I am assuming, less so than taking the Nano option (even with current market caps). Is this a fair comparison? Or am I misrepresenting how easy it would be to get a Nano majority, or misrepresenting how difficult it would be to find alternative hash power to mine Bitcoin? Edit: Comparing to Bitcoin because it has the most hash power, this goes for all PoW crypto. submitted by /u/SenatusSPQR [link] [comments]

  • Introducing Nano Arcade — fusing Nano with Space Invaders
    by /u/jayycox on September 10, 2020 at 2:41 pm

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  • 2FA Lost from Nanowallet.io, but have all else. What can I do to move everything to Nault
    by /u/Yeheidnebshebe on September 9, 2020 at 11:36 pm

    Just tried to log in. Everything went smoothly until it asked for my 2FA. I changed phones a while ago and don’t have the key for google 2FA I used to log into nanowallet. I seed, what can I do here? Thank you submitted by /u/Yeheidnebshebe [link] [comments]

  • Nano (NANO) is now available in BLOX: the all-in-one crypto app for iOS and Android
    by /u/Exbu on September 9, 2020 at 2:48 pm

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  • Nanobomb game - source code posted, welcome to inspect, review, critique, reuse
    by /u/t_j_l_ on September 9, 2020 at 1:13 pm

    ​ https://preview.redd.it/zf73kolxd4m51.png?width=406&format=png&auto=webp&s=8beaa17db2ea120f735b14e7965bdf60a4a2de11 Just posted the source for the Nanobomb game on github, if anyone is curious to see how it is built, inspect the game's deck generation algo for fairness, or looking to build something similar with Nano and might want to to reuse components. Source: https://github.com/tjl-dev/npass/tree/master/npass-demo-server/src/main/kotlin/dev/npass/games/nanobomb Nothing very fancy - back end is in Kotlin, front in ReactJS. Welcome to contribute as well, lots to improve upon. Feel free to DM me or raise a PR directly. Next up: nPass Wallet UI improvements - a long list of these Firefox support (Edge and Brave already work) Android Port Patreon for Nano .... submitted by /u/t_j_l_ [link] [comments]

  • Sia Central: Simple Sending and Receiving on the Ledger Nano S
    by /u/sia-steve on September 2, 2020 at 3:51 pm

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What is Nano?

Nano was originally launched in 2015 under the name RaiBlocks. The cryptocurrency is centered around being a sustainable and open-source “next generation” crypto. It utilizes a unique “Block Lattice” structure instead of the traditional singular blockchain used by coins like Bitcoin. In this manner every account has their own blockchain and consensus is generated through voting where accounts delegate representatives. The hope of Nano is that this innovation away from the current PoW blockchain used by many coins will allow for a digital currency with instant transactions, zero fees, and infinite scalability.

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