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  • Nano is Green Energy
    by /u/I_fly_High_ on October 9, 2021 at 8:17 pm

    "I just published $Nano is Green Energy ." ​ https://link.medium.com/gppsSUERdkb submitted by /u/I_fly_High_ [link] [comments]

  • Offline signing with atto-safesign: How to store Nano safely long term
    by /u/codesoap on October 9, 2021 at 4:08 pm

    Disclaimer: The tool I'm going to present here is targeted at command line users only and can be best understood if you are familiar with atto already. What is offline signing and why should I do it? If you intend to store some of your Nano long term, especially if it's a lot, you should spend some thought on how to keep your seed safe. A common idea to take the safety of your seed to the next level is to never let it touch a computer that is connected to the internet. Some even go as far as having a dedicated machine with no network interfaces for this. Receiving funds while your seed is safe and offline is easy: You can just generate some addresses from your seed while on the offline machine and hand them out as usual. You can see what people are sending to these addresses by watching them at services like https://nanocrawler.cc. It starts to become more difficult once you want to pocket your funds, set your representative or withdraw funds. This is where offline signing comes into play. Offline signing in the context of Nano simply means to sign blocks, that you want to add to your account, on an offline computer. After the blocks have been signed, they can be taken to an online computer and submitted to the network. This way you can do everything you would do with a regular wallet, but your seed is much safer! Introducing atto-safesign I have recently written the tool atto-safesign, which enables you to do this. You can find it at GitHub. It works like this: First you create unsigned blocks for receiving/pocketing funds, changing your representative or sending funds on an online machine. You can create as many blocks as you like in this step - you could e.g. receive funds that you sent to your wallet from an exchange, change your representative and redirect a part of your funds to a different wallet all in one step. atto-safesign will require only the address of your account for this step, so you don't have to worry about your seed here. The generated blocks will be stored in a file. Now you will have to sign the generated blocks. This is the security-critical part, that will be performed on the offline computer. Thus you must get the file with the (unsigned) blocks to the offline computer. Using a USB thumb drive for this is OK, but more advanced users may take extra precautions to ensure nothing leaves the offline computer, that they wouldn't want to. atto-safesign can then be used with the seed on the transferred file and will sign all contained blocks. Now the blocks in the file are ready to be submitted to the network. For this you will have to take the file with the now signed blocks back onto the online computer. Once there, atto-safesign can submit them to the network, again just requiring the address of your account. I feel like I've written enough for now, so I'll redirect you to the GitHub page for an example. Feel free to ask questions in the comments! submitted by /u/codesoap [link] [comments]

  • The 7 reasons why I chose Nano
    by /u/MoysesGurgel on October 9, 2021 at 2:54 pm

    Hello everyone! I'm new to crypto and from the beginning Nano caught my attention among all the other cryptocurrencies. When I studied it I immediately realized that I had found my crypto of choice for the reasons that I will mention: 1 - Green and eco friendly. 2 - Superior technology. 3 - Super fast. 4 - No fees. 5 - Fantastic digital wallets. 6 - Beautiful and futuristic name and symbol. 7 - Wonderful community and great developers. These are the main reasons that led me to join this magnificent project called Nano, which I believe can help change the world for the better. Best wishes, my friends! 🙂 submitted by /u/MoysesGurgel [link] [comments]

  • Bought this delicious HOT Sauce with Nano. Ordered 3 bottles; received 1 free bottle for paying with crypto (NOWPayments).
    by /u/MiDFNGR on October 9, 2021 at 2:51 pm

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  • Investing In the Future with Nano. (Nepali Article.
    by /u/I_fly_High_ on October 9, 2021 at 2:31 pm

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  • Nano, pseudo-anonymity and spending
    by /u/mortuusmare on October 9, 2021 at 12:52 pm

    I was reading this thread about privacy concerns in regards to using Nano as a currency and was halfway through writing up a response to someone when I realized that making a post would be more appropriate. This is a common concern brought up by new users or outsiders who are researching Nano. I'm always happy to see people being concerned about their privacy, yet I feel that much of the criticism on Nano's lack of privacy are typically surface-level observations. Simply put, this criticism claims that anyone who spends their Nano subsequently reveals their entire Nano holdings not only to the retailer, but also to other customers and anyone perusing the block explorer. This is certainly a valid concern, after all, no one wants to advertise their wealth to criminals. Personally, I wouldn't even want my friends or family members knowing my holdings. However, this criticism presumes that a user transacts entirely from a single Nano address. To be fair, I feel this is a reasonable presumption. I imagine that someone new to cryptocurrency would want to simplify it for themselves - one seed, one address. But anyone who digs deeper into Nano will find out that a user can generate over 4.2 billion addresses from a single seed. Why should that matter? Well, like most adults in the developing world, people tend to have a savings account and a spending account with their bank(s) of choice. This concept can also be used with Nano, i.e. a user can move their Nano from their savings address to their spending address all within one seed. But mortuusmare, you can just enter someone's address on a block explorer, look at the incoming transactions and then identify their savings address with near certainty. This is true and the benefits of someone moving their Nano as such would be minimal. However, what if the only incoming transactions on a user's address are from cryptocurrency exchanges like Kraken or Binance? So, you can see that an address with several Nano has been spending at numerous shops within your area but the incoming transactions are only coming from Binance on a sporadic basis. Is this person storing the bulk of their Nano on Binance? Are they just buying Nano as they spend? Are they using Binance as a mixer? Only the crypto exchange and the user knows for certain. Using a mixer is a great way to obfuscate the source of Nano or other cryptocurrency. If everyone puts their identical socks into a washing machine, how can we tell whose socks belong to whom after the cycle ends? On the other hand, a glaring issue with this is how governments are cracking down on mixers and are treating the operators of mixers as money launderers. Refusing to comply with law enforcement or creating a trustless way to obfuscate source of funds from them is a sure fire way to get arrested for enabling money laundering. Using a cryptocurrency exchange as a mixer is the next best thing. Hundreds of thousands of addresses deposit and withdraw crypto back and forth from exchanges ever day. The difference is that exchanges are compelled by regulators to adhere to KYC (Know Your Customer) checks, where mixers seldom do. So for example, if law enforcement suspect a group of drug traffickers are using money mules to buy crypto with the proceeds of crime and send it abroad for them, there is a trail of where this "dirty money" is going. Exchanges that comply with KYC can then act as watchtowers for law enforcement to use where necessary. Those that don't won't last long. Using an exchange as a mixer won't hide your savings address from those working at the exchange. This is true, but this drawback has also been true with banks since their inception. The bank(s) you choose to use have access to a lot of information about you and your finances. From your spending habits, to your network of payees to your savings and borrowing. A banking staff member at the appropriate level can see all of this. If you are a customer of multiple banks, there's processes in place for banks to communicate with each other when deemed necessary. Banks have to comply with any legal request for information from law enforcement, governments will want this same access for cryptocurrency exchanges too. However, using a mixer to obfuscate source of funds isn't foolproof. If a user were to send 11.56 Nano from their savings address to an exchange and then withdraw 11.56 Nano to their spending address a few minutes later, it could be reasonably assumed by someone keeping a close eye on the block explorer that these two transaction are made by the same user. However, an easy work-around would be to make sure to never duplicate the amount of the two transactions when transferring from savings to spending. Admittedly, this is all well and good but if Nano were to become mainstream, most users wouldn't go through the hassle of using an intermediary to hide source of funds and their full holdings. Looking forward, I think wallets could play a central role in how users manage their crypto and interact with multiple addresses. The concept of 'savings' and 'spending' addresses could be explained after the wallet has been installed. They could warn a user before moving Nano from a designated savings address to another address that this will link them together. They could make it clear if a user's savings address is linked to their spending. Wallets could prompt users to set up a new spending address after a certain amount of time has passed. They could encourage users to transact different amounts of Nano when mixing through an intermediary so they're unable to be matched up on a block explorer. One thing that I think is inevitable is that digital currencies are the future of money on a national and international level. Governments will very likely push CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currencies) stablecoins that they can easily monitor and control in order to effectively manage the direction of their economies, but these will also come with their respective baggage that cryptocurrencies are attempting to escape from. Governments will not allow pure privacy cryptocurrency transactions to flourish, however, they may compromise with the pseudo-anonymity outlined above and allow cryptocurrencies like Nano and CBDCs to coincide. With the likes of Visa gradually warming to cryptocurrencies and the growing possibility of them integrating crypto within their platform, the more confident I become of the future of decentralized cryptocurrencies. I currently see Nano as the best chance of reaching a world where a decentralized digital currency can prosper. TLDR: pseudo-anonymity is better than people initially think. submitted by /u/mortuusmare [link] [comments]

  • Nano is so Amazing
    by /u/ZomaticLex on October 9, 2021 at 12:07 am

    I've known about Nano for a long time, but I never ended up investing into the coin because it seemed like too risky of an investment. That is until the recent cryptocurrency subreddit giveaway. The giveaway made me research nano about more, and it really solves all of my problems with Bitcoin. The no fees and environmental factors around this coin are absolutely amazing. The main reason I changed my tune on Nano is the fact that during the giveaway when he told me he sent the nano over, I received it as soon as he sent it. That's huge. If Businesses are to embrace crypto, the quick and easy way to send money that Nano provides is huge. I've decided to start researching nano further. I have an e-commerce store and want to start accepting nano as well. Itll be a tragedy is Nano doesn't become a top 3 coin because it deserves to be. submitted by /u/ZomaticLex [link] [comments]

  • Worries about WeNano
    by /u/bittantis on October 8, 2021 at 7:30 pm

    Hi! I installed WeNano and I like the idea to use it, but I'm a little bit concerned about giving my telephone number. May you explain to me if my worries are pointless or not? submitted by /u/bittantis [link] [comments]

  • Sellix + Nano Review Video - How To Use Sellix [Youtube Tutorial]
    by /u/NanoNerd99 on October 8, 2021 at 6:31 pm

    Just finished recording and uploading a Sellix + Nano review: https://youtu.be/e1c2_WUtUIk Sellix is an all in one webshop creation platform like Shopify. It's free to use and they just added Nano too. Check out my video to see how easy it is to put an item up for sale and accept nano as payment. This is a huge opportunity for the nano community. If you have any product or service to sell I suggest creating a sellix webshop and putting it up for sale. Comment with you store link down below and let's see how many stores the Nano community can make! I added my marketing services to my shop: sellix .io/nanonerd99 FYI I think comments with Sellix URLs are getting removed by the bot/spam filter for some reason so if you post a URL to your store front, paste it like I did (sellix .io/nanonerd99) so your comment doesn't get removed. Subscribe to my youtube to encourage me to make more review videos. The next video I want to make is a CoinCloud ATM video. Have a good weekend everyone! submitted by /u/NanoNerd99 [link] [comments]

  • I came from the giveaway and I want to share some thoughts, tips, and a heads up to other Australians new to Nano. Also a question regarding the negatives!
    by /u/Necessary_Ad6789 on October 8, 2021 at 2:26 pm

    I was aware of crypto prior to the giveaway but never got into it for a few reasons. It seemed too expensive and beside Bitcoin I wasn't sure what was a memecoin and what was legit so I didn't want to waste money. The giveaway was a perfect introduction. Simple app to download, it didn't ask to give away any personal details to sign up, just post your nano address and that was it. It made the whole process less intimidating and through the various faucets giving out some free nano I got pretty addicted to getting as much as I could and opening the app every hour to see how my little nano was fairing even if it was just a few cents at that time. I now have a little under 70 Nano. And of course while I hope it does take off the only thing I'm holding for is some businesses in Australia to start accepting Nano so I can help get the circulation going. I love gassing on to friends about the no fees, enviro-friendly, quick transactions. Tips for other newbies: Faucets are a great way to trial Nano but the only way to make a good amount is to buy it from the exchange and send it to your wallet Don't even bother with those surveys that promise Nano payouts. I felt like they asked for too much personal info and then they always kick you out saying you're not a good match. Even if you live in a remote area WeNano should have a spot available to you. Zoom out of the map, there is usually a spot covering a whole continent. On WeNano the International Space Station (ISS) is on the move and provides Nano all over the globe! This is probably my favourite feature and a savvy person could find a website that shows them when the ISS will be over their house next. AUSTRALIANS ONLY (probably): Do NOT use Swyftx for your exchange. I went through all the trouble to sign up and buy Nano from them and found out I couldn't move it to my wallet. I'm not sure if they're related at all to Binance and their recent issue in not being able to move Nano to your wallet but I did a quick search and found people were having the same issue months ago. Support told me "There seems to be no reason why you can't move crypto" but at that point I already put it back in AUD, sent it to my bank, and closed my account. It just felt gross not being able to move it. My friend recommended CoinSpot, bit of a dumb name but it's worked flawlessly. My only concern at first was it still uses the old RaiBlock (XRB) name and listing (can still be found by searching "Nano". EDIT: Some other Australians have mentioned they had no problems buying and moving nano using Swyftx. It's possible that platform uses Binance in some form so they shared the same temporary problem a few days ago. It was odd to me though that support wasn't aware of the issue and told me everything was fine on my end despite a big red banner on my page telling me I can't send the nano to my wallet. Whatever exchange you choose to use just do a quick search to check they're selling nano and allow it to be moved to your own wallet. I did want to ask about the negatives. From what I can tell the main negatives to Nano is the marketshare and not being widely used, and not knowing if it will take off at all. And I don't mean that in a get rich quick way just in a general adoption and use sense. This community seems extremely positive, helpful, and excited for Nano which hypes me up but I was worried this subreddit could be an echo chamber for the crypto. Is there any negatives people should be aware of before getting into Nano besides the obvious financial risk? Apologies for the long post! All the links in this subreddit are purple because I ran out of topics to read and so I hope someone enjoys the long read. Massive thank you to the Nano community, the people that rune those faucets and WeNano spots to help get people into Nano, and the people behind the creation of Nano for getting me excited to be part of something new. submitted by /u/Necessary_Ad6789 [link] [comments]

  • Is Nano working OK
    by /u/constrictor717 on October 8, 2021 at 12:43 pm

    Ive been having lots of issues with sending Nano this month. I use the Exodus wallet as I want a desktop wallet and not a webwallet. The issue is that some Sends just fail with an error. Others say they have completed but then later it appears they actually havent sent, although others do seem to go through I try syncing the wallet but it often just starts a process of changing balances and transactions with the numbers moving up and down as transactions are included then excluded then included again. So I decided to sent to another wallet to see if that was the issue - found Atomic referenced also on the Nano website. Moving the money over was certainly not a 1 second transaction. Even after determining that the transaction was on the blockchain on Nanolooker.com I could see it was taken from the Exodus address but was showing as "ready to be received" on the Atomic address. The Atomic wallet was open all the time and opening and closing didnt help. Finally it did appear but it was more like 10 minutes. And now ive just seen that the transaction has disappeared from Atomic again (but seems to still be on nanolooker) Are both wallets useless for Nano or is nano useless? submitted by /u/constrictor717 [link] [comments]

  • Nano Development Update - Follis V23
    by /u/NaomeNF on October 4, 2021 at 8:43 pm

    In the lead up to Follis V23, get up to speed with the software improvements that will allow for faster and more stable development. Features include: 🔹 Node initialisation parameter redesign 🔹 Ledger constraints 🔹 New naming conventions 🔹 Updated integration docs Read more here: https://blog.nano.org/v23-0-follis-development-update-55ef8c41cbb submitted by /u/NaomeNF [link] [comments]

  • [PSA] Ledger Nano X Siacoin app appears to be fully released and out of developer mode
    by /u/deviantgoober on October 2, 2021 at 4:02 am

    Finally got my Siacoin off Kraken and onto my Ledger Nano X! I know it was there in developer mode recently but I didnt want to try it until it officially released. submitted by /u/deviantgoober [link] [comments]





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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