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On Nano privacy features
by /u/mocas86179 on February 19, 2020 at 9:30 am
The problem with Nano (and cryptos in general) is that although you can sort of obfuscate your account, anyone with enough time or motivation can still find out your funds, see your transaction history, what times you go out, buy groceries, etc. This is a serious issue because, if you have to rely on third parties to make payments to shops then you're really eliminating all the advantages of using a decentralised crypto in the first place: you might as well just stick with your credit card and traditional POS payments. I understand crypto users might be scared of government ban of privacy coins; Saying that the government might want to audit accounts. However, if you are working LEGALLY, governments don't need to see your balance in the bank (or your Nano wallet) to prove your income. If you have a shop you're going to print receipts, right? That's a proof of money coming in already. If you are buying coins, you have email trails that you can show in case of an audit, etc. In other words privacy coins are fine because if you are using them legally then you have proof you're getting them legally without having to show your balance in the wallet. If you are working illegally, then it wouldn't matter whether they can see or not your wallet. Money can still be laundered either way with or without privacy coins. And just as a side note income agencies worry more about not being able to seize an account rather than just checking it, so countries that don't like cryptos will just ban (or try banning) cryptos altogether, it won't be because of privacy features. submitted by /u/mocas86179 [link] [comments]
A Simple Nano Block Lattice Explorer on Tor
by /u/CommonCartographer8 on February 19, 2020 at 7:20 am
http://nanonycgzbzozgnfdhu7wyn3xwmufo4nuzrqgemjwxavqjmznzbgt7ad.onion I’ve put together a super simple block lattice explorer that can be accessed using the tor browser via its own (vanity) onion address. This means that it can only be connected to via tor and not on the normal web. This was a simple project to learn a bit more about tor and setting up hidden services. Currently it allows you to look up accounts and blocks. There are a number of features still to add including account histories and also exploring the possibility of having a send block form for pre-signed blocks. This is not a privacy system, the service does not log accounts/blocks that are searched for and the clients are anonymous however Nano is not private in the same way as privacy currencies. The aim of this service is to allow people to access the nano block lattice via the tor network. Thanks submitted by /u/CommonCartographer8 [link] [comments]
Just another reminder of how beautifully Nano works. This video never fails to amaze me no matter how many times I watch it
by /u/EazeeP on February 19, 2020 at 5:46 am
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Nano is now available on Simplex platform!
by /u/iB0mmel on February 18, 2020 at 2:32 pm
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Binance adds BUSD trading pair for Nano!
by /u/iB0mmel on February 17, 2020 at 5:46 am
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Nano will run a crypto bar at Coinfest UK!
by /u/Joohansson on February 17, 2020 at 3:25 am
Direct copy from Coinfest email news letter below: Our 2020 event will see two types of Crypto Bar. The first bar will be in collaboration with FastBitcoins and run for a period on one of the days of the event (To be confirmed). This will be a lightning bar with the FastBitcoin POS terminals and team supporting the bar! So make sure to grab a Lightning wallet ready for the bar! The second bar will be in collaboration with the Nano team. The Nano bar will run for the duration of the event so make sure to grab a wallet supporting Nano (A very popular supporting wallet is Exodus) ready for the bar! You can also grab some free Nano from one of the many Nano faucets (Like https://nano-faucet.org) to get you started. https://coinfestuk.org/CFUK20/ submitted by /u/Joohansson [link] [comments]
What if i told them that Nano has 0% inflation, instant and free transactions, and more eco friendly
by /u/goldenbzzz on February 15, 2020 at 5:45 pm
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Logged into nanowallet.io for the first time in long time, no sign of any Nano
by /u/mylovelyhorse101 on February 15, 2020 at 4:35 pm
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Nano credit card
by /u/BowsersaurusRex on February 14, 2020 at 8:47 pm
I think a Nano credit card would really drive adoption. Similar to the crypto.com one, except using Nano directly from the card's Nano wallet, which you can simply transfer Nano to and from. Something easy to use and Nano specific. Then you could spend Nano almost anywhere and have feeless, nearly instant transfer. When I try to teach people about Nano, people not familiar with crypto, it all falls apart when they ask "how do I spend it?" There needs to be a good answer for this before we'll have adoption and I don't think we can wait on stores to accept it directly. Eventually, stores will learn that they can accept it directly without the credit card fees. submitted by /u/BowsersaurusRex [link] [comments]
Nano Digest - V21 Athena, Nano on Wikipedia, Blockchain for Europe Summit
by /u/AndyBlockLettuce on February 13, 2020 at 1:54 pm
In this Nano Digest we take a look at: - V21 Athena - Feature Review - Nano on Wikipedia - Recent Nano-related wallet developments within Atomic Wallet, Exodus Wallet and Magnum Wallet - Nano Foundation attends Blockchain for Europe summit View here: https://medium.com/nanocurrency/nano-digest-v21-athena-nano-on-wikipedia-blockchain-for-europe-summit-62d0b897e983 submitted by /u/AndyBlockLettuce [link] [comments]
DGB missing from.ledger Nano S
by /u/Mixmatman on February 12, 2020 at 7:13 pm
Hi all, After checking my ledger live last night I noticed all transactions sent from Bittrex to my nano s between April 1st 2019 until now have disappeared from my account (both coins and transaction history). Please could someone tell me if they are also experiencing this problem and how can I find the location of the coins now? I have just reached out to the ledger team but am worried the coins have gone for good (roughly 50k). Very frustrating and has me doubting the security of the ledger nano s Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Cheers SOLVED - If anyone is in the same boat clear cache to fix submitted by /u/Mixmatman [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.
Learn more on the Nano coin website: https://nano.org/
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