|All Time High:|
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|The price of #NANO today is $0.85 USD.|
The lowest NANO price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.855, and the current live price for one NANO coin is $0.85475.
The all-time high NANO coin price was $36.61.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of NANO with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Nano is also #NANO. |
Nano is 5.4 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Nano is $113,892,710.|
Nano is ranked #205 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is big today for #NANO.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Nano is $1,554,505.
|The circulating supply of NANO is 133,246,491 coins, which is 100% of the maximum coin supply.|
Community Manager Appreciation Day
Let’s celebrate the amazing efforts of our community managers! Today is Community Manager Appreciation Day! So let’s take a moment to recognise and celebrate the amazing group of people who give their time, energy and expertise to a community that’s changing the world for the better. At the Nano Foundation, we are incredibly proud to have an organic community. Communities with the most ambitious goals need the best community representatives, and we are fortunate to have the very best. They come from different backgrounds, speak different languages, but they are all united by their passion to make a difference. — Our amazing Nano Ambassadors - “My motivation is my passion to help people discover opportunities to make things more convenient and I do all my best to share such opportunities. Nano brought in a seamless way of bringing people together which makes it an amazing ecosystem to share with people within my network”- Samuel, Ambassador, Nigeria From organising charity events to leading community workshops, Samuel has been closely supporting the Nigerian community. He is backed by a cohort of student ambassadors: Ennaanapu Gabriel, from the River State University and Ogbonnia Christian, from the University of Benin, who are leading community initiatives focused on bringing together the next generation of students and developers to build on nano.Ogbonnia Christian and Enaanapu Gabriel are our amazing stude...
Happy Chinese New Year from the Nano Foundation
Chinese New Year is a time for family, celebration, and gift-giving. Celebrated on the 22nd of January, this Lunar New Year is filled with many traditions such as fireworks, decorating, wearing red clothes and being with family. One of the most beloved traditions during this holiday is the exchange of red envelopes, or “hongbao,” between elders and the young. These envelopes are filled with money, and are said to bring good luck and prosperity for the year ahead. It’s actually one of the largest money transfers in the world — happening every year! In the digital age, we are seeing more and more people turn to digital money as a way to give and receive gifts. And nano is the perfect choice to combine with the red envelope tradition. Nano can be sent around the world, without fees, in a fraction of a second, making it a fun and innovative way to gift good luck and happiness to loved ones — no matter where they might be. — How to celebrate using nano - Below are four great ways to celebrate Chinese New Year with nano: Nautilus:, The Nautilus wallet offers a red envelope feature that allows users to send nano in the form of a digital red envelope. This is a great way to share the spirit of the holiday with friends and family, no matter where they are located. Download nautilus for Android and iOS. Nanopaperwallet.com:, Nanopaperwallet.com offers a way to print a paper wallet in a red envelope theme...
V24.0 Siglos is live
We are excited to release Nano node V24.0 Siglos on the live network! Alongside improving performance and stability, the updates in this version lay the foundation for future enhancements coming shortly after in V25.0, including a brand new bootstrapping algorithm: V24.0 implements the server side, with the remaining client side included in V25. We therefore recommend that exchanges and services that are not facing issues of instability with their Nano node wait to upgrade to V25, which will encompass the full Ascending Bootstrapper. — Key Upgrade Notices - This is a two-prong upgrade, services & exchanges who have not faced issues with your nano node, we recommend you save internal resources and await the arrival of V25.0 which will be within the next month (or so). There are no breaking changes, database migrations or other upgrade considerations for this release. V24.0 should be a drop-in replacement for your current node, but as always thorough testing is highly recommended. In general, we encourage all exchanges, services and integrations to join the test network for performing integration testing. This network mimics the live network in work requirements but has a smaller number of nodes and a lower block count for easier setup. — Noteworthy Updates - — Unit testing stability. — One significant advancement for V24 is improved unit test stability and clarity. For a long time, we’ve had ...
Nano Digest: Development updates and V24, team changes, podcasts, events and so much more!
How time flies! It’s been a fair while since the last Digest and things have been busy to say the least — both at the Nano Foundation and in the community. From meetups around the world — in London, Orlando, Brazil, Nigeria, France and Uganda — to podcasts aplenty, new apps, new games, more accessibility for users and Version 24 of the nano node around the corner, the team and nano community have certainly not been sitting still over the last six months. What better way to finish 2022 than with a chunky Nano Digest? Get yourself a warm mug of something, sit back and settle into a roundup that could nearly be a novel in itself… — Node development - We have been working incredibly hard since our last development update on V23.3 six months ago, marching toward V24 with the help of some brilliant community developers (more on that later). We’re excited to announce that formal testing has begun on V24 — otherwise known as, Siglos. For those of you who know your ancient coins, you may notice the link that Siglos (a Persian coin from 400 BC) is a continuation of the Lydia coinage, which our V22 of the nano node was named after. Very aptly, V22 Lydia was a release focused on cleanup and optimisation just as V24 Siglos has a focus on reliability and stability. With Siglos, we are addressing areas of known instability within the node. The node metrics indicated that the majority of the instabiliti...
How Martin uses nano to support SafeBoda riders in Uganda
As a cryptocurrency educator and Nano Foundation Ambassador for Uganda, Niwamanya Martin understands the power of digital currency to make a positive impact on the world. He’s also determined to use his talents to help people closer to home:“I have been active in the blockchain space and at times I would feel cheated when I was not helping people in my community to solve the problems they were facing, including high transaction charges and slow payments among others.” At one of his community engagements, Martin was asked how nano might be adopted by a local startup to enhance its digital payment system. The question came from a rider for SafeBoda — the Uganda-based ride hailing and payment services app — and it presented the perfect opportunity for Martin to support his community and showcase the power of nano to revolutionise digital payments. — What is SafeBoda? - SafeBoda enables users to pay bills, hail a ride, deliver a package, buy data and send money to other users via mobile payments and an integrated wallet. Marketed as ‘Africa’s super app’, it has received funding from Google, as well as other investors, over the last 12 months. Martin spoke to a number of SafeBoda riders to work out exactly what their problems were with the digital payment system. They outlined three key issues:“1. High transaction charges on e-wallets: riders had been complaining of high charges both on the side ...
How to make C++ contributions to nano node development
Nano is a live financial network that sees billions of dollars being transacted each year. As you might imagine, it’s a highly technical piece of software that requires continuous and thorough testing. It’s also completely open, which means that anyone can contribute to it. At the Nano Foundation, we believe there is so much talent, determination and good will in our community and so many valuable contributions that could be made to the network. So, we’ve put together this short guide on exactly how to do it! Below you’ll find a step by step outline of the process, plus some potential challenges and a few important things to consider. And this is just stage one. We’ll continue to build out this guide with in-depth articles over the weeks and months to come. — How to contribute to nano node development - Here are the Ten Commandments of nano node C++ development: Identify a problem or a need, Set up a development environment Check out this guide by Dimitrios, one of our software engineers, outlining the easiest way to do this. You can also find Nano Foundation guidance here., Fix the problem locally Write code to fix the problem or implement the need you have. Scratch that itch!, Test your fix locally Write appropriate unit tests for the code you wrote. Then run the following tests to ensure that all the other unit tests pass. core_test, rpc_test, qt_test, Document your results Try to explain the reasoning...
V24 Siglos Development Update — final phase of testing
V24 Siglos Development Update — final phase of testing - We’re excited to announce that formal testing has begun on V24 — otherwise known as, Siglos. With this release we’re addressing areas of instability within the node, as well as refining several subsections that have evolved over the years. We’ve outlined some of the most significant improvements below. But before we jump in, just a quick note to all our node operators: Thank you for sharing our effort and enthusiasm in continually working to improve nano. Please remember, release candidate versions are subject to rapid change, so representative nodes shouldn’t update until the official release. We’ll let you know exactly when testing is complete and it’s time to upgrade. Until then, let’s look in more detail at some of the improvements in store for V24. — Unit testing stability: - One significant advancement for V24 is improved unit test stability and clarity. For a long time, we’ve had a discipline of including a unit test for each functional change added to the node. This discipline allows us to make more significant changes to the node while ensuring there aren’t regressions. Unfortunately over time, older unit tests were starting to fail intermittently, which was slowing down development progress. We took several weeks reviewing, documenting, and improving the node’s unit tests which has significantly aided subsequent develop...
Nano on the Coin Cloud network: greater access, increased opportunity
Last month, digital currency machine (DCM) operator Coin Cloud made nano available on its network of over 5000 ATMs across the United States and Brazil. Users can now quickly and simply exchange US dollars and Brazilian real for nano at locations anywhere from New York to Los Angeles, or Recife to Rio de Janeiro.. — This is a hugely exciting development. As Coin Cloud CEO, Chris McAlary says:“We are in lockstep with nano in bringing digital currency access to the people of the world.” And it’s this phrase: “access to the people of the world”, that captures the most exciting aspect of all. — Greater nano access means increased opportunity - At the Nano Foundation, we’re passionate about the opportunities nano can offer individuals who are too often overlooked or marginalised by financial institutions. We’ve written recently about nano’s capacity to support the 1.4 billion adults worldwide without access to banking infrastructure by building a bridge to the global economy. Nano’s availability on the Coin Cloud network is a step towards realising this goal. It provides a low-barrier point of entry for anyone wishing to use nano for the first time. They could finish this sentence, walk to a DCM with $20 and get their nano. But most importantly, nano on the Coin Cloud network means that anyone without a bank account can still take advantage of everything nano offers — instant, free transact...
The Nano Foundation and FynCom: pioneering microtransactions in language localisation
The Nano Foundation and FynCom have teamed up to bring automated microtransactions to the language localisation industry.. — Today marks the launch of our pilot project: to translate The beginner’s guide to cryptocurrency and nano into French, Spanish, Portuguese, German and Dutch — and have translators and approvers rewarded in nano, instantly and automatically, for every single word they translate. — Instant rewards, per word of translation - FynCom have integrated their cutting-edge micro rewards system with CrowdIn — the language localisation platform used by the Nano Foundation for its translations. This means that any CrowdIn user can receive instant nano rewards for any translations they complete, which are later approved. And for the first time ever, these rewards can be paid on a per-word basis. This has industry-wide implications — and we’ll look at some of them later — but for our pilot it means that we can set a small dollar amount for each of the 3400+ words in ‘The beginners’ guide…’ that is fully translated. This reward is split between the translator (75%) and the approver (25%), who can then withdraw with zero fees and cash out anywhere. The Nano Foundation is allocating a small fund to test the effectiveness of the system, which as far as we know, is totally unique and has never been applied to this setting before. To say we’re excited is an understatement! I...
How FynCom uses nano to revolutionise customer engagement
What is your time worth? People will say it’s a simple calculation. Just divide your weekly take-home pay by the number of hours you worked and, voila! A lovely quantifiable number for you to stare at and feel vaguely dissatisfied by. But that only tells half the story. Because unless you’re one of the fortunate few who sets their own salary, there’s a strong chance that number determines only what your boss thinks your time is worth — not the value you place on your own time. And that’s important, because many of our decisions are — consciously or not — informed by these two values. Businesses know this. It’s why pay-per-click advertising exists. And it’s why it costs advertisers much more to target someone googling ‘mortgage refinance’ than say, ‘tasty zucchini recipe’. The time of someone looking to refinance their mortgage has the potential to be far more valuable. Now imagine a world where instead of businesses paying Google for your time and attention, they pay you directly, simply for clicking an ad. Then they pay you again for taking a call, or making a booking, or leaving feedback. This is a world made possible by nano’s technology and by innovators like FynCom, who are reframing the way we think about and value our time. — How does FynCom use nano? - FynCom specialises in helping businesses achieve better response rates on their outbound communications. It does this b...
More Nano (#NANO) News
|Ironbeam Lets You Trade Bitcoin and Ether Nano Futures Contracts Commiss...
Ironbeam is a U.S. registered Futures Commission Merchant ('FCM') which offers trading on crypto nano futures thanks to a partnership with Coinbase Derivatives. The brokerage charges no commission* on these Bitcoin and Ethereum contracts, as well as requiring low margin.
Trade Cryptocurrency Nano Futures Contracts
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|NinjaTrader, Tradovate offering Nano Bitcoin futures from Coinbase Deriv...
NinjaTrader Group, a clearing, brokerage, and technology provider for active traders through its subsidiaries NinjaTrader and Tradovate, today announced that its firms are among the first to offer the new Nano Bitcoin futures (BIT) contract launched by the Coinbase Derivatives Exchange.
Each Nano Bitcoin futures contract is sized at 1/100 the price of a bitcoin, representing the smallest size cryptocurrency futures contract available. The contract enables traders to go long or short bitcoin, providing an opportunity to take advantage of the markets going in either direction.
Those who have an existing crypto position can use the new Nano Bitcoin contract to hedge against that position, and others who may have been reluctant to invest in bitcoin directly can participate in the movement of the price for a much smaller investment.
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|Coinbase Derivatives Exchange Reveals Nano Bitcoin Futures Product
On June 27, Coinbase Derivatives Exchange (formerly Fairx exchange) announced it will launch its first crypto derivatives investment vehicle pegged to the value of 1/100th of a bitcoin. The new 'nano bitcoin futures' product will be listed under the ticker 'BIT.' Coinbase derivatives are regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).Coinbase Introduces BIT, a Futures Product Tied to 1/100th of a Bitcoin
Coinbase is getting into the world of crypto derivatives as the Coinbase Derivatives Exchange has announced the launch of BIT, a nano bitcoin futures product tied to 1/100th of a bitcoin (BTC). The news follows Coinbase acquiring the derivatives exchange Fairx in mid-January 2022 as the company said it would be leveraging Fairx's exchange infrastructure.
'This is an important step toward Coinbase ultimately making the derivatives market accessible to our millions of customers through an industry-leading, simplified user experience,' Coinbase said at the time. While the nano bitcoin futures product will be managed by Coinbase Derivatives Exchange, investors will obtain BIT via retail stock brokers on June 27.
The news follows a number of changes Coinbase has been making in recent times. For instance, on June 22, the company revamped the Coinbase wallet in order to make 'Web3 more accessible and intuitive.' Furthermore, the day after revealing the improved wallet, Coinbase explained that it was combining Coinbase Pro (exchange) with the user's Coinbase account.