Nano

Digital currency for the real world

home link https://nano.org/en

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Project introduction

Nano is a fast P2P billing password. It uses block lattice structure which is modified from existing block chain structure. This eliminates the transfer fee, enables immediate transactions, and has unlimited scalability.

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Medium

Weekly Update 5/17/19

This week was a busy one internally here at the Nano Foundation. A new full stack engineer hired, Andy Johnson assumes additional responsibilities through promotion, Solidus testing well on the beta network and a UK meetup announced. With all that in mind, let’s read on!Calling all UK Nano community membersThe Nano Foundation will be hosting a 2-day meetup in London spanning the 18–19th of June, and we are excited to invite those interested in learning more about how Nano works to come and join us.There will be presentations from core team members and a day-long workshop exploring the ease and accessibility of integrating Nano into a range of unique applications.Stay tuned, as we will be announcing the location, itinerary and allowing people to reserve their places next week!A new developer joins the teamThe Nano Foundation is excited to announce the newest addition to the team: Marko Sabec. Coming in as our new Full Stack Engineer, Marko’s primary responsibilities will be helping secure, maintain, and expand the various web properties managed by the Nano Foundation.formaldehid - OverviewHe will also be providing additional coverage for infrastructure and internal tools and will be helping with other necessary development activities for the network. Welcome to the team, Marko!Solidus on beta: Testing updateOver the past couple weeks, the beta testers have spent their time and computing power, putting the first two release candidates for V19 through the testing gauntlet. Coming out of that process was a handful of items to be updated related to RPC processes, Dynamic Proof-of-Work and prioritization, and various other minor feature areas. With the upcoming RC 3 build, these items will be resolved, and the anticipated TCP updates will be included.Once this new testing version is ready, we are looking forward to another heavy round of transactions being pumped onto the beta network for further testing of the effects of these changes.Thank you to all those who have helped to date and also to those who have been on the sidelines waiting to join the beta network — when RC 3 hits, it’s your time! Study up on these Beta Network details and help us make the Nano network stronger!Andy Johnson promoted to Communications ManagerAs a long time participant in the Nano community, Andy has helped create, manage, and mature some great resources including NanoThings and the The Nano Center. He joined the Nano Foundation back in October to help organize and execute on communication plans, which he has excelled at from day one. Through all this, he has remained a pillar of the community, and his excellent work building out the exceptional moderator and Community Manager teams has made a considerable impact on the Nano ecosystem.His efforts out in the community are mirrored internally within the Nano Foundation, where his talents continuously help the organization get closer to achieving its ambitious goals. It is because of all this work we are proud to announce the promotion of Andy Johnson to Communications Manager.Under this new role, he will continue managing our robust community and take on additional communication strategy responsibilities to help carry the Nano network further than ever before. Congratulations Andy!Reddit Spotlight: Decentralization.Decentralizing the Nano network is something we can all get behind. Here at the Nano Foundation, we discuss and stress its importance because it makes the network safer and more secure — all while only taking a few minutes to delegate your wallet’s representative. u/arranharty provided another detailed and thorough summation of the Nano network’s current node distribution weight. It’s a fantastic explanation of where we stand today, what each of us can do to improve Nano decentralization, and opens the door to discussion on how to improve! A must read!Weekly Update 5/17/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 05. 17

Weekly Update 5/10/19

The Weekly Update has a shiny new spot, moving from Monday to Friday, meaning you can now expect a regular Nano recap at the end of each week.As the beta testing of Solidus remains the focus for much of the developer community, there has been no shortage of contributions from elsewhere in the ecosystem. With important updates to popular services and new resources entering the ecosystem to cover, let’s delve into what’s been happening.Solidus beta testing updateSince going live on the beta network at the end of April, Release Candidate 1 has undergone extensive community testing, which identified several optimizations that were incorporated into a second release candidate. As the testing of Dynamic Proof of Work and Confirmation Height continues, the lead protocol developers will be looking to add the new TCP overlay to a third release candidate expected to hit the beta network next week.We would like to thank all of the beta testers for their vitally important efforts in helping to prepare Solidus for the final release. If you want to participate in beta testing then you can find all of the required information here.NanoPaperWallet.com — A new and free-to-use serviceOn Tuesday, Nano community manager u/RockemSockemJesus presented the community with his newly finished project: NanoPaperWallet.com. As the name suggests, the site is a free to use paper wallet generator for Nano. It presents an opportunity to spread Nano to friends and family in a straightforward, easy to understand way!When the paper wallet is used with the Natrium wallet “load from paper wallet” feature, users can visually watch their Nanos being swept up from paper to digital form.An example paperwalletThis process can lend confidence to new users and hopefully will aid in their understanding of the difference between a seed and a public address. Great work Rockem!Nano turns five!https://medium.com/media/56bac6e1a9571dbf522e4453cab76174/hrefNano celebrated its fifth year in development since Colin LeMahieau made his first commit to the Nano node on May 1st, 2014. We wrote a short piece highlighting this notable anniversary — there’s even a timeline you can play with at the bottom! Thanks to everyone in the community who have contributed and participated in furthering Nano’s progress in its goal to become the gold standard to what a true cryptocurrency can and should be!Learn the fundamentals with NanoBasicsNanoBasics have created and shared a simple video tutorial showing users how easy it is to take ownership of the Nano they keep on Binance by withdrawing to their own personal wallet. Many users perceive this to be a complicated process, but the video shows just how easy and intuitive it is to send your Nano to your own wallet!body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}How to withdraw $Nano from binance https://t.co/Xgr5DX86GE — @Nanobasicsfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you found this easy to do and want to help strengthen the network then consider changing your wallet representative. A couple of minutes is all it takes to contribute to Nano’s decentralization!https://medium.com/media/2d954109d809f466a012e3cbed7371f4/hrefAs Nano grows and the network matures we expect to see more companies and services with a vested interested in Nano beginning to operate representative nodes. Participation in the decentralization of the network helps to reinforce the security and general resistance of the protocol against bad actors.This week saw some good movement of voting weight across the network with both Wirex and Houbi Global now operating rebroadcasting representatives on the Nano network.(Note — at the time of publication Binance have an exchange-wide shutdown of deposits and withdrawals on all assets following a security breach)Hidden Treasureu/jayycox provided the Nano community with a new treasure hunt puzzle to solve last week in the form of Colin Pantocrator. Looking past Colin’s chameleon-like ability to meld into every picture imaginable, there was a Nano bounty to be discovered by the lucky sleuth(s) who deciphered the crafty puzzle!The bulk of the code-cracking was carried out in #treasure-hunt on the Nano Discord, and u/Foffex was kind enough to create a walkthrough on completion of the puzzle.Congratulations to all involved and in particular @Maarten, who was able to beat the pack to the hidden seed and claim the prize.Nano Round the Globe wants your help!u/LukasNDa, creator of the ‘Nano Round Round the Globe — Proof of Concept’ video showing Nano being sent around the world is recruiting anyone interested in contributing to round two of this project.https://medium.com/media/02b09c5493a44773053df1d4d3d47965/hrefTo improve on the first iteration, more participation in a second version would be happily accepted by Lukas (particularly if you live near a high profile landmark). If you are interested then check out their Reddit thread or jump directly into their Discord!Nano ecosystem updatesNano-faucet.org developer u/sraymansmoles, announced updates (including preloading blocks on opening) to his recently minted Nano Visualizer project. In case you missed it, he goes over all the changes here!The Natrium wallet team has recently updated their server and have reminded the community to share with them any issues, bugs, or problems they have any time with the wallet. For more information, please take a look at their Reddit post.Improving the technical documentationNano has an incredibly active and engaged developer community, and it is of great importance to the development of the ecosystem that they are supported by the best quality documentation possible.Nano is a new technology, and despite being incredibly lightweight and having an abundance of utility there remains a learning curve to new developers wishing to work with the protocol. Therefore we have undertaken the task of consolidating, reformatting and updating the documentation while also opening them up for community contribution.You can find out about more details about the project here, and you can use the new #documentation channel on the Nano Discord to join the conversation.Nano Foundation does not endorse or approve products and/or services used or developed by third parties. Any links to third party software or sites are for informational purposes only. Nano Foundation bears no responsibility for the operability, accuracy, legality or content of third party products and/or services. Any questions regarding third-party material should be directed to that partyWeekly Update 5/10/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 05. 10

Five Years of Nano — A Look...

Five Years of Nano — A Look BackFive years ago to the day, Colin LeMahieu made the first GitHub commit towards what would eventually develop into the working Nano protocol that we know and use today. Born as a solution to the inefficiencies Colin saw in existing cryptocurrencies, Nano is designed to address the high fees, scalability, and transaction times that limit the adoption of digital currencies.Colin started Nano (then RaiBlocks) as a part-time hobby that became a full-time passion. Initially creating and working on Nano on his own, the once personal project has fully blossomed into a global undertaking supported by a core team of developers at the newly created Nano Foundation.Since its forming in early 2018, the Nano Foundation has been responsible for pushing the protocol forward and supporting the Nano community. By keeping Nano incredibly lightweight and fast, and having zero fees, it can continue to empower its users to transfer value efficiently on a global scale.To visualize all the progress to date, we put together GitHub development video that covers every commit made to the protocol to date. Enjoy!https://medium.com/media/56bac6e1a9571dbf522e4453cab76174/hrefAs Nano’s development continues, we would be amiss if we did not once again pause to thank the community for its continued efforts in supporting, testing, and building upon the Nano network. The number of projects, tools, and innovations created and utilized by our incredible community is humbling in its size. Community spirit and energy are vital for a project like Nano to be a success we thank you again for your constant support, enthusiasm, and the personal connections we’ve made along the way.https://medium.com/media/cea0a35d1e4b1ded07df620d72577b85/hrefConsistently inspired by the rate at which the Nano ecosystem is expanding, we can’t help but be excited for what the future holds.Here’s to another five years of extraordinary progress!Five Years of Nano — A Look Back was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 05. 01

Weekly Report 4/29/19

Last week was marked by the highly anticipated release of V19 Solidus on the beta network, SomeNano emerging with a new take on paywalls, and a new Nano network block visualizer was born! The community inspires us with their continued innovation and tenacity in maintaining a vibrant Nano ecosystem.Solidus marches on to the beta networkSolidus made its first appearance this week as RC 1 was released on the beta network! Packed full of substantial updates and improvements to the node, Solidus will help make the network more robust and easier to integrate. Confirmation Height, dynamic Proof-of-work, and a default prefix change from xrb_ to nano_ are just some of the new additions users can expect with Solidus.If you haven’t had a chance to catch up with all of the features included in the planned release, then read our recent feature analysis which outlines all the notable changes in Solidus.As always, we want to thank all of our beta testers in advance for their role in testing this important release. We also invite users who wish to support development to contribute to the beta testing of Solidus — All the information you need to start putting Solidus through its paces can be found here.NANO Faucet — Network VisualizerNano is built on a unique Block Lattice data-structure that is fundamentally different from traditional blockchains. To aid understanding, a new network visualizer has been created for the community courtesy of u/sraymansmoles. The new tool allows the user to view sends, receives, and can be found on the Nano Faucet website.The visualizer is customizable, fun to play with and for the curious, it is also linked to NanoCrawler for searching a particular block! We got some very interesting outcomes while playing with it! More detailed explanations of the way the data is represented can be found here.Hats off to u/sraymansmoles for providing this service to the Nano community.SomeNano Wordpress paywall plugin releasedSomeNano took the stage this week showing off its impressive paywall utility. Operating as a Wordpress plugin, SomeNano allows site creators to create specific paywalls for articles on their website that can be paid for in Nano seamlessly on the site. No burdensome subscriptions or fuss, just an efficient implementation of Nano on display!Reddit user u/pwlk also gave us a sneak peek of the new VANO light wallet being used with SomeNano in action! We love seeing the interaction between Nano creations in the real world.Thank you u/pwlk for creating this exciting plugin.Nano Foundation does not endorse or approve products and/or services used or developed by third parties. Any links to third party software or sites are for informational purposes only. Nano Foundation bears no responsibility for the operability, accuracy, legality or content of third party products and/or services. Any questions regarding third-party material should be directed to that partyWeekly Report 4/29/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 04. 29

Solidus Release Candidate 1

Now available on the beta network.Solidus is ready to make its first appearance on the beta network, and testers are now invited to upgrade their beta nodes to V19 RC1. As Solidus brings a significant amount of large scale changes to the node software, testers can expect further Release Candidates to appear as testing progresses.RC1 contains both the Confirmation Height and Dynamic Proof of Work features, with TCP overlay being included in RC2.You can check out a comprehensive summary of the main improvements that Solidus will bring in our recent Feature Analysis, or by checking out the project page on Github.Help us testThe Solidus release represents a milestone in the development of the Nano protocol and as such will be subjected to rigorous testing on the beta network by both the core team and our army of dedicated community testers. To increase the efficacy of the testing, we have prepared some specific instructions on areas which require more focused testing. These details can be found here.If you wish to participate in testing on the beta network, please visit https://beta.nano.org to get started. Community testing is crucial to the final quality of the release, and anyone who runs a beta node is invited to join the #beta-net channel on Discord.As always, it is a great privilege to have such an active community of beta testers. The feedback and bug reports you provide are beneficial in contributing to a quality final release. Thank you!Change LogRelease V19.0RC1 (2019–04–27)Full ChangelogMajor Changes:Add confirmation height [#1770]PoW Client Compute and Resend Work based on network load [#1336]Trending active_transactions difficulty for an average [#1858]Emit “nano_” prefixed addresses [#1771]RPC server is moved to a new process [#1874]Websocket support [#1840]Solidus Release Candidate 1 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 04. 27

Weekly Update 4/22/19

As we celebrate Earth Day 2019, developments around the Nano space continue to thrive. Last week we saw Natrium 2.0 land on Android with some new features, Bitcoin Superstore announces new ways to spend Nano and the launch of the My Nano Nina node API!Let’s take a minute and catch up with last week’s important updates!Vacation with Nano and Bitcoin SuperstoreBitcoin Superstore has announced a new expansion to their service, with the popular platform now offering users the ability to purchase flights and hotels using Nano.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Now our customers can book flights and hotels found on https://t.co/11t7VddTkh and https://t.co/1lalJM0Exs with #Nano! Starting 1 May, U.S. based customers will be able to order groceries for delivery. Details: https://t.co/lfeMXkOFd0 $Nano @nano — @BitcoinSuperst1function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Already enabling customers to spend Nano at over 200,000 online retailers, Bitcoin Superstore also plans to provide its users with the option to purchase groceries with Nano from May onwards.The ease in which users can make purchases without delay or fees reinforces Nano’s position as the most usable and functional cryptocurrency in the space today.Since its addition to the Bitcoin Superstore in 2018, Nano quickly became one of the top performing cryptocurrencies on the platformNo node, no fuss, just build — with the Ninja APIUntil recently, app developers interested in making full use of the Nano protocol in their projects have needed to create and maintain their own node. Intending to streamline app development, My Nano Ninja has opened up a direct node RPC for developers, saving them the time and effort of running their own.For more information on how you can start using the My Nano Ninja node API check out their service here.Natrium 2.0 is now available on Android — With all new features!Natrium is celebrated as one of the most popular Nano community wallets, employing a simple user interface that cleverly provides powerful functionality. In advance of the upcoming Solidus release, the Natrium team has been improving the app and introducing compelling new features.Released on Saturday, the updated Natrium 2.0 app is now available on both iOS and Android and includes a shift from xrb_ prefixes to nano_ prefixes and the addition of a refreshing new tool for finding and delegating to a new representative.This tool allows users to change their wallet’s delegated representative to one with a lower voting weight (if they are so inclined) to further decentralize the Nano network.Great work guys!Summarizing Nano DecentralizationNano community member and Nanoodle.io creator u/arranHarty has produced a concise update on the current distribution of voting weight on the Nano network (the function that dictates the level of decentralization). The summary contains information on significant reallocations of voting weight, introduces new representatives and gives general advice on how users can help further decentralize the Nano network.One of the most important takeaways is the massive voting weight held by Binance and how users can help take ownership of their Nano while at the same time delegating to a new representative. This process has never been quicker or more accessible and this quick blog post can guide you through in less than 5 minutes!How to get started with Nano — in under 90 seconds!https://medium.com/media/039cec56a060e7c72cc50b016e95f38e/hrefu/NanoGuru has created a video showing just how easy it is to set up a Nano wallet, access a Nano faucet, and begin experiencing the fastest decentralized transfer of value in crypto. A perfect way to show the speed of the network and the smooth services built around it!Always ensure you record your seed and keep it safe.My Nano Link arrivesMy Nano Link is a simple payment link generator designed to improve the way Nano addresses are displayed online. This new tool allows users to create a link in which they can input their address (and an optional amount of Nano) which will generate a page containing a unique QR code, wallet address, and a deeplink for compatible wallets.This will help to streamline creator donations addresses by removing clunky links to addresses on Nano block explorers.Nano Foundation does not endorse or approve products and/or services used or developed by third parties. Any links to third party software or sites are for informational purposes only. Nano Foundation bears no responsibility for the operability, accuracy, legality or content of third party products and/or services. Any questions regarding third-party material should be directed to that partyWeekly Update 4/22/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 04. 22

Weekly Update 4/15/19

As V19 Solidus marches forward towards its highly anticipated release, we pause to recap last week’s happenings with our Weekly Update. It was a busy week for Nano, highlighted by educational Nano articles including the introduction of Help Nano, Nano Education, and a V19 Solidus feature analysis. Payment processor Coingate also introduced their #Cryptorecycle campaign, NanoGift.me arrives, and more!There’s no shortage of news this week so let’s jump in!Solidus enters the frayOn Friday we shared our V19 Solidus feature analysis with the community, introducing the range of incoming additions to the node software. Notable features of ‘Solidus’ include the introduction of Confirmation Height, dynamic proof-of-work changes to help reduce spam impacts, the introduction of a TCP overlay, and more! Well worth the read to help understand the incoming protocol updates.Coingate unveils their #Cryptorecycle campaignLast week saw cryptocurrency payment gateway CoinGate introduce their #Cryptorecycle campaign, advocating for all crypto users to embrace the true vision of cryptocurrency and use their coins to make purchases. They propose that by spending cryptocurrency and replacing the spent holdings with new fiat, cryptocurrency adoption and global acceptance will occur much quicker, all while increasing the health of the cryptocurrency ecosystem.Check out their blog, it’s a good read and introduces a relevant and interesting discussion!CryptoRecycle: how to HODL and SPEND at the same timeCoinGate has become a popular payment processor in the Nano ecosystem since the native integration in December 2018, offering merchants great flexibility and instant settlements into fiat for their convenience.We unwrap NanoGift.meNanoGift.me is a new Nano gift card/paper wallet generator that allows any user to create a unique Nano paper wallet from home on their desktop! Simply generate the seed, send funds to the newly created wallet, and then decide if you’d like to print, download, or share it with your giftee (you can find the source code on GitHub.).Paper wallets are a fantastic approach to educating people about the ease of using the lightweight Nano currency while gifting real money to your loved ones, friends, and family! Thank you ‘Json’ for your continued dedication to the community!School is in session with Nano EducationNano EducationNano How started as an excellent series of explainer articles written by talented Nano enthusiasts. Nano Education is a new Medium publication that will give a home to these and future educational articles. Full of incredibly detailed and digestible Nano walkthroughs, Nano Education is open to any contributors who are interested in adding high-quality content to the collection. Users can submit content using the Nano Education Medium contact email found on the publication.Most recently, James Coxon gave us an excellent introduction to the successful NanoQuake video game integration. In it, James explains what NanoQuake is, how to install it, and how Nano is utilized in-game!A sense of scope — the Nano ecosystemWe took time this week to consider the incredible growth of the Nano ecosystem over the past 12 months. With so many important services and tools now built around Nano, we decided to create a handy infographic to help visualize the progress so far.We hope you enjoy this visual view of the Nano ecosystem and invite you to help us share it as these projects continue to grow. Also, keep us updated as more projects are launched so we can provide expanded versions of this resource in the future!Help Nano arrives on the sceneThe Nano community is a great place to create! People are continually building, writing, developing and discussing ways to help push this technology forward. As inspiring as this is, some everyday users often feel they don’t have the requisite skills to make a difference. However, with Nano, EVERYBODY can help!To assist with this endeavor, Help Nano has been created by Community Manager ‘RockmSockmJesus’. Visiting the site, any user can find out precisely what they can do to help the project (and how). From helping increase decentralization to running a node — there is something for everybody!Nano Foundation does not endorse or approve products and/or services used or developed by third parties. Any links to third party software or sites are for informational purposes only. Nano Foundation bears no responsibility for the operability, accuracy, legality or content of third party products and/or services. Any questions regarding third-party material should be directed to that party.Weekly Update 4/15/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 04. 15

V19 Solidus — Feature Analysis

V19 Solidus — Feature AnalysisWith the Solidus release marching towards us at a steady pace, we could wait no longer to present some of the exciting new additions to the Nano node software. Our developers, aided by our army of community developers, have been focused on delivering yet another set of features to make our network stronger, easier to integrate and more resistant to bad actors.Our Dolphin V18 release helped streamline the network with fast and consistent transaction times, and now Solidus will consolidate the network creating an even more robust protocol.Although the sum of the new features provides more stability and accessibility for the network than they offer individually, to understand their strength we must look at them one-by-one, starting with confirmation height.Solidus is taking Nano to new heightsOne of the most anticipated features of Solidus is Confirmation Height. This update adds a new field on all accounts that will record the height of the last confirmed block (which is the count of the number of blocks to that point). This count is recorded locally on the node rather than being shared across the entire network. This enables block cementing — once a block is confirmed across the network, it is prevented from being rolled back locally based on this field.This process provides some important benefits including lower resource usage and easier integration methods. The details of this addition were extensively covered in our Confirmation Height article a few weeks ago. We encourage anyone interested in learning more to click the link below!Looking up to Confirmation HeightSetting siege to spam with dynamic proof-of-workWith any fee-less network there is potential for spam abuse. Nano was designed to combat spam by requiring a small Proof-of-Work (PoW) attached to each block published. To date, the minimum threshold for difficulty on the PoW was static and all transactions have been treated the same. With Solidus, this process becomes more dynamic.Through a combination of features that a) help the node track the average PoW levels on the network, b) regenerate work for published blocks that aren’t being confirmed quickly enough, and c) prioritize processing based on the PoW difficulty, the cost of sustained spam on the Nano network that attempts to slow down fast confirmation times is getting much higher.For services that do not use the Nano node for work generation but have chosen to perform this externally through their own implementations, updates will be required to ensure that work values are in line with the network average. Look for more info about impacts to external systems in our upcoming article which will break down the mechanics of Dynamic PoW in more detail.Getting precise with TCPUntil today, all versions of the Nano node have communicated live network traffic over the User Datagram Protocol (UDP). There are some advantages to using UDP as it doesn’t require confirmation of receipt, but with it come drawbacks like lost traffic resulting in wasted bandwidth.With Solidus, the node is being converted to participate on the live network using the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) which will help reduce lost packets and is also more widely supported across various types of networks. This will allow for easier integrations, lower resource usage, and open up more efficient peering across the network. The same recommended port configurations used by the TCP bootstrapping network apply to this update. This allows for a smooth transition when upgrading.The gold standard prefix: nano_When addresses are returned by the Nano node, they include a prefix of “xrb_”, which is related to the previous RaiBlocks name we have been transitioning away from. With Solidus we charge forward to a more brand-aligned “nano_” prefix, and these updated addresses will be emitted going forward.We recommend all services test and verify they properly support “nano_” prefixed addresses for all their integration points before upgrading to V19. Any questions about these impacts should be directed to the Nano Foundation.PLEASE NOTE: These changes have no impact on the security or availability of the funds controlled by your private seed. Even if a service you use has not adjusted to the “nano_” address change, you will be able to use other services with your seed or use an “xrb_” address instead.Emit "nano_" prefixed addresses by wezrule · Pull Request #1771 · nanocurrency/nano-nodeRPC achieves process independenceThe Nano node is comprised of various components that enable participation in consensus, sending of funds, and more. Initially, each of these pieces were created and connected in a central application. Moving forward, to help provide better options for managing how they work together, many are being split up into their own areas.The Remote Procedure Call (RPC) server that helps handle communications to the node is getting this treatment with an optional move to its own process. By default, it will continue to run within the main node process, but a configuration change allows it to operate outside in a new dedicated process. This allows for greater control of the service and reduced attack surface of the node as their concerns are now separated.Enjoy your (optional) independence, RPC.RPC server is moved to a new process by wezrule · Pull Request #1874 · nanocurrency/nano-nodeSolidus to make integrations even easierFor exchanges and services, the Nano node has always provided good options for integration, and Solidus will add to that with it even more helpful updates, increasing the ease at which the Nano ecosystem can expand.Minting that block_infoAs a widely used RPC endpoint, the block_info call accepts a block hash and returns tons of relevant data for that block to be used in various ways. Some new additions to the returned data are key to simplifying integrations — starting with the confirmation status. As part of the Confirmation Height feature, finding out if a particular block has been confirmed by the network will be as simple as calling block_info and reading the true or false value of the “confirmed” key. It’s almost too easy.There are also situations where determining the subtype of a state block is tricky because it is not explicitly included in the block itself. Instead, it must be determined by the values in other fields. To help streamline this identification, another new key called “subtype” was added in the block_info call so it is explicit and easily found.Finally, you won’t always want to get these new details for just a single block, so both confirmed and subtype details are available for multiple blocks via the blocks_info call as well. Time for a block party!Websocket to me — efficient communication with the nodeGetting notifications for blocks being confirmed on the node is important when building any second-layer solution. Current implementations use a mechanism which triggers callbacks to a configured URL via http. This requires a new connection to be opened with each callback and requires callbacks for every confirmed block, both of which are inefficient behaviors.In Solidus, support for a new callback mechanism through websockets is included. This allows a single connection to be opened and a subscribe action to be called, which allows the notifications across that one particular connection. Not only is this a more efficient way to receive these details, but it also establishes the framework for future updates to allow notifications of additional events and even filtering options.Websocket support by cryptocode · Pull Request #1840 · nanocurrency/nano-nodeNano grows in strengthThese highlighted features are some of the more impactful and important changes Solidus is bringing under its banner. V19 is comprised of over 100 pull requests, so rest assured there are many other improvements coming to the node. To see the full list and follow along as we get closer to release, check out the V19 GitHub Release tracker.V19 Solidus — Feature Analysis was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 04. 12

Weekly Update 4/8/19

USDT pair now on Binance, new browser extension light wallet in beta, Nano Venezuela meet up and more.As we delve deeper into April, exciting news and developments continue to pop up within the Nano ecosystem. We are happy to bring you the latest happenings in our community in this week’s update!Binance Adds NANO/USDTThis week Binance added a NANO/USDT pairing onto their popular exchange platform. The community response to the addition was great, and this pairing allows users to trade their Tether for Nano on the Binance exchange. The Nano Foundation will continue to strive towards even more significant exchange listings throughout 2019.Introducing Vano beta — the light wallet browser extensionOn April 3rd, Marek (or Snizzly#5519 on Discord) introduced Vano, a project he has worked on in recent months. It is a cross-browser light wallet extension that supports all essential wallet functions such as creating and importing seeds, sending and receiving Nano, and changing wallet representatives.As of now, Vano is available on the Chrome Web Store (also works for Brave browser users) and the Firefox Add-Ons Store, however, Marek reminds all potential users to exercise caution in storing large amounts of Nano on his new wallet as it is currently in beta.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Just adding some #NANO to the awesome new browser wallet #VANO using the lovely #Natrium app. Pretty fast eh? And fee-less of course! Great job @VanoWallet! @nano @SatoshiLite @ColinLeMahieu @NatriumIO @cz_binance #BUIDL https://t.co/lGQFUZo5Y2 — @tipananofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Check out this fun video by @tipanano highlighting the speed of adding Nano to Vano! Thanks for making this video and the shoutout!Vano is an exciting addition to a robust existing wallet pool and a fantastic opportunity to showcase how light both Nano and its wallets can be across platforms!For more information, please check out Vano’s GitHub here.The Nano Center’s NanoSpeed project funded!Thanks to the consistently fantastic Nano community benefactors, NanoSpeed.live has had its server costs for the next 18 months paid for in full. Submitted as a potential project at The Nano Center only weeks ago, the community has responded in earnest and donated above and beyond the requests of creator u/silverstar194.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}The $NANO Center Project Update: https://t.co/RwhkOpj6vH Funded! Check out our announcement below and be sure to check https://t.co/9wYj6SyU36 for more initiatives! https://t.co/OHxJnh9Y77 — @TheNanoCenterfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Thanks again to the community for their continued support of so many deserving Nano-related projects.Nano in Venezuela!This past weekend saw the realization of another great Nano Center proposal. The inaugural Nano Venezuela meet up and presentation went ahead, following previous delays related to the nationwide blackouts.The complex issues in Venezuela are well documented, particularly within the crypto space, with serious concerns about the viability of their fiat currency surfacing after recent hyperinflation. Many people see cryptocurrencies as potential tools to address this problem, and specifically within the Nano community, members are taking firm steps to raise awareness.Funded by the Nano community and hosted by Nano Venezuela, with guest speakers from academia and business, the event helped explain the virtues of cryptocurrency to those in attendance. With many more constructive and educational meetings and resources planned, we are keeping a close eye on developments.We would also like to recognize the inspirational efforts and attitudes of the organizers of the event. The progress that has been made, with the support of the community, is astonishing given the upheaval experienced by those involved daily.We thank you all for your passion in embracing and advancing our shared values for what Nano can do for the world.Default nano_ prefixed addresses are being emitted in Nano node V19We are still hard at work building out V19 but wanted to bring extra attention to an upcoming change that forces the node to emit nano_ prefixed addresses instead of xrb_ ones.Emit "nano_" prefixed addresses by wezrule · Pull Request #1771 · nanocurrency/nano-nodeThis PR will be merged soon for inclusion in the upcoming V19 release so we recommend all services integrating with Nano verify they support this prefix — depending on how the integration is built it could impact service availability if not handled properly. If you have any questions about this update, please reach out in the comments below.PLEASE NOTE: These changes have no impact on the security or availability of the funds controlled by your private seed. Even if a service you use has not adjusted to the nano_ address change, you will be able to use other services with your seed or use a xrb_ address instead.Nano Foundation does not endorse or approve products and/or services used or developed by third parties. Any links to third party software or sites are for informational purposes only. Nano Foundation bears no responsibility for the operability, accuracy, legality or content of third party products and/or services. Any questions regarding third-party material should be directed to that party.Weekly Update 4/8/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 04. 08

Weekly Update 4/1/19

Travala.com news, Nano Meetup updates, Nano Donate, developers sit down with RockmSockmJesus and Nanex.com closing.As March comes to a close, we arrive in April with new updates and opportunities for Nano’s growth. While diligent work continues on v19 ‘Solidus’, new developments happen daily involving all things Nano.Let’s take a look at the last week in Nano.Travala adds native Nano payments!Popular travel site and blockchain supporter Travala.com has added Nano as one of their native cryptocurrency payment options!body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}NANO now added as a native payment option on https://t.co/CL8FxAXFXS Book 550,000+ hotels in 210 countries with #NANO. Travel to 82,000+ destinations with your favorite #cryptocurrency. We're crowdfunding: https://t.co/uPKxFt0w4n @nano @ColinLeMahieu — @travalacomfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you’re looking to take a trip anywhere in the world and want to pay in Nano — give them a look! We’re always excited to see Nano’s availability as a payment option expand to new frontiers!Recent Nano meetup in San Francisco, California a resounding success!On Saturday, a group of fifteen Californians came together to chat, drink, and celebrate their shared interest in Nano. We are told it was a lot of fun and we look forward to seeing more meetups around the globe in the coming months. A big thanks to u/CryptoGod12 for coordinating the event!Nano Venezuela meetup rescheduled to April 6th, 2019.Due to recent events in Venezuela, the Nano Venezuela Foundation has been forced to reschedule their highly anticipated meetup to April 6th, 2019. They are hoping their country’s situation will normalize enough that they can hold the meetup that the Nano community so generously funded. Please see their announcement here.Nano Donate added to the Chrome Web StoreMany Nano community-developed tools and services rely on generous donations to help offset costs and accept tips. The developer behind NanoCharts.info has created Nano Donate, a useful Chrome extension that makes donating to these beloved services even more natural.Website owners can add a short line of code to their website which will enable users of the extension to donate in a matter of seconds, via their web-based wallets or by scanning a QR with their mobile wallet.For all of the important information head over to NanoCharts.infoNanex.co announces planned closure on April 30th, 2019.The team over at Nanex.co has announced that they will be closing their exchange on April 30th, 2019. We wish the Nanex team the best for whatever the future holds and thank them for their contribution to the Nano ecosystem over the past year.Users have been advised to withdraw any funds from their Nanex accounts before closure.Please consult the official announcement from Nanex for more details.For people who have chosen to delegate their Nano voting weight to the Nanex representative, please consider changing your representative — this thread provides more details on how to do so easily.A fun read: Building the Future of MoneyThis week, recently knighted United States Community Manager ‘RockmSockmJesus’ wrote an informative and fun article on the inspirations and creative catalysts of third-party Nano developers within the community. We enjoyed reading through it and hope you did too. For those who may have missed it — here it is!Thank you to Nano Community Manager Brian White for his contributions to this weeks update.Nano Foundation does not endorse or approve products and/or services used or developed by third parties. Any links to third party software or sites are for informational purposes only. Nano Foundation bears no responsibility for the operability, accuracy, legality or content of third party products and/or services. Any questions regarding third-party material should be directed to that party.Weekly Update 4/1/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 04. 01

Building the future of money

Building the Future of MoneyConversations with third-party Nano developersThis blog was written by and based upon series of interviews carried out by Nano community manager RockmSockmJesus. Emphasis and formatting edits have been added to quotes for clarity and readability.Communities have extraordinary power. The collective attitudes and efforts of its members have the potential to affect significant change, from micro to the macro scale. Thriving communities are able to gain momentum and overcome great hurdles from the seemingly small (and sometimes large) actions of their individual members.The Nano community was in its infancy throughout 2017 but began to grow at a pace in early 2018, and has continued its impressive trajectory ever since. Some community members are now Nano protocol developers and are creating the foundation for other community developers to build and creating on top of.Arguably the most important development work is carried out by community members who create the third-party tools that both enable the growth of the ecosystem and invite further creative expansion. With people from all walks of life contributing to the goal of revolutionizing world currency, we have seen the creation of ingenious new tools that have added incredible functionality to, and become the basis for, the important Nano ecosystem we have today.Within this article we’ll explore some of the experiences and similarities these third-party developers shared when learning and eventually creating with Nano.A spark of curiosityThese community members-turned contributors start out much like many of us in the digital currency space; learning about digital currencies, usually by word-of-mouth, from other excited people. Some start with purely financial interests but soon engage after learning of the many outlets for this breakthrough technology.Andrew Mitchell, the creator of the Nano Tip Bot for Twitter, shares his story of finding Nano:I first heard of cryptocurrencies back in college around 2012, where I thought it was just some way to buy drugs off the internet. Then I picked back up interest in 2016 when I was chatting with a friend looking at prices. That piqued my curiosity so I dug into some exchanges and started casually trading in 2017. Once I saw nano was fast and feeless, I thought it would be perfect to develop on because I could test with no worry of losing any value.Andrew’s curiosity led to the development of his Nano Tip Bot for Twitter, enabling a platform of over 300 million active users to easily send and share Nano with friends.Yekta, the graphic designer for the Natrium mobile wallet, shares a similar story of discovering Nano and being intrigued by the possibilities:My brother […] introduced me to it, and I got interested quickly. It was purely financial for me at the start though. Then I started looking into tech aspect and researching, it seemed interesting too so I continued […] At the time we were searching for new projects with my brothers, reading whitepapers, looking into the communities of their projects, trying to evaluate how useful they are etc. And Nano was a pretty good matchThe Natrium mobile wallet also was the subject of a recent speed-test video comparing the fast transfer speeds in Nano to email and SMS speeds. Some creators, like Zily88 of the Reddit Tip Bot, were drawn to developing with Nano after being frustrated with the scaling issues faced by other approaches to digital currency:[…] then in early December my cousin, who is barely into crypto, sent me an article about “Raiblocks” As I read about it, I was fascinated with how well it worked and that they were attempting to make a feeless instant coin, something which other coin creators scoff at. Then, Bitcoin became way more popular. The price, along with its fees, skyrocketed. Combining that with the rivalry of the BCH community, I sort of lost a bit of faith in BTC and decided most of my holdings should go to Raiblocks.The spark ignites into the flames of inspirationThese creators, interested in this new and revolutionary technology, are inspired to create when they see an opportunity present itself. Some see more natural ways to share Nano with others, and other creators see opportunity in introducing Nano to new platforms and audiences.Ty Schenk, CEO and co-founder of BrainBlocks, recounts his and co-founder Daniel Brain’s motivations for starting the service:So Daniel actually started BrainBlocks in early January of 2018. Around that time there wasn’t really any way to pay merchants online and he wanted to fix that by building a platform to pay online using his experience in payment platforms. I joined Daniel just a day or two after launching BrainBlocks with the intention to build a mobile app where you can accept Nano locally like a point of sale. Additionally, I wanted to build some SDKs that could wrap around BrainBlocks and make it straightforward for anyone to accept Nano. I would say my main drive behind contributing was that I believed in Colin’s vision and I wanted to do anything I could to help enable his vision. I wanted Nano to be used around the worldDaniel and Ty saw an opportunity to add something new on top of Nano and decided to create something that adds the functionality needed to further Nano’s goal of being used worldwide. This incredible talent to identify potential and to develop solutions sits as the bedrock of our community.The potential for improvement is not always clear, however, and concepts that are intrinsic to Nano (and cryptocurrency in general) also have to be solved in the push for adoption. Decentralization is a core feature in the composition of a true cryptocurrency, and its importance can never be understated. Nano builds its decentralization on a unique Delegated Proof of Stake (or DPoS) consensus algorithm which requires users to select representatives that they trust.BitDesert of MyNano.Ninja found his opportunity in creating better transparency for representatives in the Nano network. MyNano.Ninja is a website where people can see their representative, and choose a better one if needed.BitDesert had the following to say about him finding his opportunity:Nano is based on representatives, but how do you know which representative you should choose? So I build My Nano Ninja where the representatives can link their address to social profiles and add more information. Additionally we get more information about the rep with uptime tracking, age and the scoring system. Then everybody can easily see which reps are good and switch to them. […] Without decentralization any crypto is worthless. and for nano the most important part are the representatives, and the [Nano] system is pretty unique if you compare it to e.g. bitcoin, so we need a new system [for tracking representatives]Paul.b, the creator of the convenient Chrome extension Nano Pay, also had a similar epiphany when he realized a useful tool for the ecosystem simply didn’t exist yet. Nano Pay allows anyone using Chrome to send Nano to addresses found on the web seamlessly. This is an essential first step toward eventual interoperability between platforms, and Nano is the perfect messenger.Paul.b commented as well on the creative possibilities within the Nano ecosystem:I started to search for a way to simplify tipping on the web with nano. I was at first very surprised no tool like mine already existed. I mean that’s something that makes your life way more easier. That made me realize that at the moment there is almost no software developed on top of the nano protocol to make usage of it. You could almost rewrite any type of software ( Games like rpgs. , tipping like Patreon , micro-transaction in chat etc) to make use of the nano currency. The potential is incredibleNot everyone who starts on the journey toward creating a new tool or extension for Nano knows quite how they are going to solve the problems they have identified. Some developers have a less clear path ahead than others, but that doesn’t stop them from starting. Those who take it upon themselves to learn new programming languages for the sake of creating something new are essential to the community and are well suited to the dynamic, and ever-changing space Nano currently finds its self in.Others use the opportunity as a way to showcase their programming skills in hopes of creating a more innovative portfolio of work. Zily88 remarked on some of his motivations regarding the creation of the Reddit Tip Bot:I recently moved and am in a job search. I took up Python about 5 years ago and had used it for a lot of data analysis. By writing the Reddit Tip Bot, I was able to show off my c̶r̶e̶a̶t̶i̶v̶e̶ innovative programming skills by putting it on GitHub. As for why I made the tip bot specifically, as opposed to other projects, I had built the NanoBrewed kegerator which really helped familiarize me with how to work a Node and how to send transactions by programming. I started off writing the tipbot thinking “ah, there’s no way I’ll be able to actually write this. I need SQL, a Reddit interface…”A functional and productive community can help solve these issues, and after reading of other people who embarked on the same project, and learning what they did and mistakes they made, it made the process more clear.I asked around, got a few answers with some difficulties [I] encountered. I think Colin chimed in when I was asking about it in December haha, encouraging me not to reinvent the wheel […] So I started writing it. Got my node running locally, learned how to use SQL (over Christmas break) then learned I would have to rewrite a lot of stuff. I kinda fell off for a few weeks, until a redditor asked the Nano community for a tipbot for his subreddit, and I was like “oh yeah, I was working on that!” and deployed the first prototype in Late January.Bbedward, creator and lead developer of the highly regarded (and Nano community funded) Natrium mobile wallet, shared his motivations and stated what he’s learned throughout Natrium’s production.A lot, a much deeper understanding of the nano protocol that came from implementing the low-level nano operations in Dart, I learned modern Android development conventions such as constraint layout, learned the Dart programming language and the Flutter framework. Anytime I take on a project in my spare time I try to use it as an opportunity to learn something new.Don’t let your ideas smolder away — Light the fire!We’d like to thank these people for investing their time and talent into the ecosystem and taking the time for sharing their story. If you’re interested in learning more, check out our resources here or drop by the Discord and say hi!Our interviewees would also like to share a few words of encouragement to anyone who sees an opportunity involving Nano now or in the future and may be considering starting development:Just dive in, have fun, and embrace the ecosystem. There’s numerous ways to get help and support along the way.— Bbedward of NatriumI would say the best thing is to push yourself to learn more, build more, and try more. Things may be hard to figure out but there is always a way.— Ty Schenk of BrainBlocksI would recommend everyone to stop getting caught up on ideas and discussing them endlessly and start actually building things, with a plan, and if it fails, try again. And I would suggest them to never assume they can’t do something because it’s not their “area”, or they don’t have the “talent” for it, as long as they are interested in it, I think they should just start building. […] I was neither an interface designer, nor a coder a year ago, so I can definitely say it’s possible— Yekta of NatriumDo it son ! This project is not only about you and the profit you can make building a software. Think about the real world possibilities you could offer to the human civilization. You’re building the future!— Paul.b of the Nano Pay Chrome ExtensionMy only advice is to just start. There are a number of great resources available to learn, and people are eager to answer questions if you’re truly interested. Trust me, you’ll learn a lot just by stumbling around!— Andrew Mitchell of the Twitter Nano Tip BotJust start with anything (: Nano is a great place to try new things out— BitDesert of MyNano.NinjaJust get started on a simple project. It’s a pain to learn all the skills (e.g. node RPC) but once you learn it, you can learn new ones and build a project. Once that project gets built and you start to truly realize what Nano is, a world of possibilities starts to open from free and instant transactions. And talk to people on Discord if you run into trouble lol. There are a lot of great people who love to help out.— Zily88 of the Reddit Tip Bot for NanoSo to sum up, ideas rarely matter until someone executes them— Yekta of NatriumFor more inspiration, head to Nano.org or our Subreddit r/nanocurrencyBuilding the future of money was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 03. 30

Weekly Update 3/25/19

A look ahead to one of our Solidus release features, a recap of the #NationalLetsLaughDay meme competition and some Nano news highlights from the past week.Marching towards our next milestone releaseAs the developers are working away on preparing Solidus, we took some time to explore one of its most anticipated features. Building on the underlying work in v18 Dolphin, V19 will introduce ‘Confirmation Height’ to the Nano node software, designed to help solidify account ledgers and reduce vote traffic on the network.You can learn more about how this will work in our accessible guide to Confirmation Height.As we get closer to another version of the Nano node, Twitter user “_n1ghtshade” has shared a great visualization of just how far Colin and the development team have brought the Nano protocol since inception in 2014.https://medium.com/media/7582b58bc0a3f9b635120946b8ed303f/hrefAnother Community manager joins the team.The community team this week welcomed u/RockmSockmjesus as the newest Nano community manager. ‘Rockm’ will use his affable nature and welcoming manner to help provide more consistent coverage across all time zones, joining Brian White as our second USA based CM.Read his introduction here.Employment noticeWe have received a good response in our search for a Full Stack Developer and wish to thank all applicants that have submitted their resumes thus far. As we continue to work through the applications and assess the candidates, we would like to remind everyone that applications remain open at this time.If you are an experienced Full Stack Developer with demonstrable skills in both front and backend development, then visit our job listing for details on how to apply.Simplifying Nano…A practical new Payment Intent tool has recently been developed by prolific Nano community developer Andrew Mitchell. At nanotipbot.com, users can find a deep link generator to create a URLs that directly open the most popular Nano wallets when clicked. The amount and address are automatically filled and if no wallet is available, the user is redirected to a help page. This functionality makes preparing a Nano transaction to send even more intuitive when using wallets such as Natrium, Canoe and others.Users can visit the announcement thread for more information, discussion and to provide specific feedback.The inaugural Nano meme competition comes to a close.To celebrate #NationalLetsLaughDay our community team, in conjunction with subreddit user u/mortuusmare, ran our first ever Nano meme competition. The Nano community possesses some uniquely talented people, and it was a great pleasure looking through their comedic creations. The winner, u/nanoissuperior, was eventually selected by a panel of judges for his Avengers: Endgame trailer meme — he receives a 30 Nano bounty and a custom Nano ledger Nano S!Great effort from all involved — thanks to everybody who submitted entries and voted on the shortlist!Weekly Update 3/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 03. 25

Weekly Nano Update 3/18/19

Nano Foundation is looking to expand, Community manager Bruno to live-stream Nano development and a bucket load more in this weeks update…Nano Foundation looking to hireBefore we get into the news from the week, we wanted to remind the community that we are actively seeking a Full Stack developer to cover a wide range of exciting and engaging tasks and responsibilities. If you feel you may have the skills for the role then you can read the full job description here and find the application details within . We are looking forward to meeting the perfect candidate and expanding the team!Bruno G invites you to watch him build with NanoOur passionate community manager, Bruno G, has started his very own Twitch stream. Bruno has committed to a daily live-stream of his development work with Nano, building wallets and libraries amongst other things. This is designed to be a great point of access for developers to quickly familiarize themselves with Nano’s versatility and its broad range of applications.Make sure to give him your support by following him on Twitch#NationalLetsLaughDay Meme challenge on RedditThe Nano community team have put their heads together and designed a fun competition for community members to submit their favorite memes, or better yet create some new and original content for the competition. 1st prize will be a custom branded Nano Ledger S from the Nano Foundation.Thank you u/mortuusmare for the original idea, and you can find more details in the announcement here on Reddit.Nano Foundation to support NanoCrawlerThe premier Nano block explorer, NanoCrawler, has long been the communities preferred way to traverse the network. Where users are investigating transactions or looking for an overview of the general network health, NanoCrawler is always there to deliver the information in an intuitive an accessible manner. Moving forward, the Nano Foundation will be supplying premium hosting services to NanoCrawler to help ensure the service operates at its maximum capacity, fulfilling a vital role in the Nano ecosystem.NanoSpeed looking to the NanoCenter for supportFollowing a significant overhaul post-Dolphin, NanoSpeed.live has now become a wonderfully reliable and consistent Nano transaction time tracker. Within 2 clicks and 10 seconds it gives users the ability to see just how quick the network can fully confirm a transaction, and is an incredible resource for communicating Nano to new users.Developer u/silverstar194 is asking for assistance in ensuring NanoSpeed.live has the most appropriate supporting hardware to ensure the service remains as reliable as ever. Check out his proposal here and consider donating to show support for his efforts.NanoPay Chrome extension enters the ecosystemOne of the most long-awaited and anticipated implementations of Nano is here. NanoPay performs a straightforward but incredibly useful task in crawling webpages for Nano addresses and offering the user an opportunity to quickly pay said account — all via a simple browser extension. This opens up a world of possibilities for content creators, web developers, and services to streamline the process of taking donations or implementing paywalls on their content. A fascinating development in the ecosystem that will surely see a multitude of additions.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Having a browser extension that does this is something I've wanted since Nano started. Freemium pay-to-clear-ads. https://t.co/VetYAxbWWa — @ColinLeMahieufunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Notable Nano coverage this week…Nano vs Email vs SMSThe modern world considers SMS and email to be “instantaneous” — they trust what they send will be received promptly. Used almost everywhere by almost everyone, these services naturally fit in with the modern user’s approach to communication. With this comparison video between SMS, email and Nano, you can now see how international digital payments are possible today, with finality quicker than email.https://medium.com/media/ce2f1f0b62ecbece2cd0c1609db0712f/hrefDetailed Nano review from experienced Ethereum developerCrypto YouTuber Hashoshi4 recently took a deep look into Nano and provided a great explanation of some of the core concepts behind the protocol. If you missed his video then it is well worth checking out and sharing:https://medium.com/media/36c8dbaf98c130b0158ec80d6928b734/hrefAnother detailed review of the Nano protocolExploring Cryptocurrency recently provided an excellently delivered and accurate summary of the Nano protocol. What it lacks in production value it more than makes up for with fantastically narrated and researched content. This is a wonderful resource and comes highly recommended!https://medium.com/media/bc67e8aee918c0588dca7f26f83f2fa4/hrefWeekly Nano Update 3/18/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 18

Weekly Nano Update 3/18/19

Nano Foundation is looking to expand, Community manager Bruno to live-stream Nano development and a bucket load more in this weeks update…Nano Foundation looking to hireBefore we get into the news from the week, we wanted to remind the community that we are actively seeking a Full Stack developer to cover a wide range of exciting and engaging tasks and responsibilities. If you feel you may have the skills for the role then you can read the full job description here and find the application details within . We are looking forward to meeting the perfect candidate and expanding the team!Bruno G invites you to watch him build with NanoOur passionate community manager, Bruno G, has started his very own Twitch stream. Bruno has committed to a daily live-stream of his development work with Nano, building wallets and libraries amongst other things. This is designed to be a great point of access for developers to quickly familiarize themselves with Nano’s versatility and its broad range of applications.Make sure to give him your support by following him on Twitch#NationalLetsLaughDay Meme challenge on RedditThe Nano community team have put their heads together and designed a fun competition for community members to submit their favorite memes, or better yet create some new and original content for the competition. 1st prize will be a custom branded Nano Ledger S from the Nano Foundation.Thank you u/mortuusmare for the original idea, and you can find more details in the announcement here on Reddit.Nano Foundation to support NanoCrawlerThe premier Nano block explorer, NanoCrawler, has long been the communities preferred way to traverse the network. Where users are investigating transactions or looking for an overview of the general network health, NanoCrawler is always there to deliver the information in an intuitive an accessible manner. Moving forward, the Nano Foundation will be supplying premium hosting services to NanoCrawler to help ensure the service operates at its maximum capacity, fulfilling a vital role in the Nano ecosystem.NanoSpeed looking to the NanoCenter for supportFollowing a significant overhaul post-Dolphin, NanoSpeed.live has now become a wonderfully reliable and consistent Nano transaction time tracker. Within 2 clicks and 10 seconds it gives users the ability to see just how quick the network can fully confirm a transaction, and is an incredible resource for communicating Nano to new users.Developer u/silverstar194 is asking for assistance in ensuring NanoSpeed.live has the most appropriate supporting hardware to ensure the service remains as reliable as ever. Check out his proposal here and consider donating to show support for his efforts.NanoPay Chrome extension enters the ecosystemOne of the most long-awaited and anticipated implementations of Nano is here. NanoPay performs a straightforward but incredibly useful task in crawling webpages for Nano addresses and offering the user an opportunity to quickly pay said account — all via a simple browser extension. This opens up a world of possibilities for content creators, web developers, and services to streamline the process of taking donations or implementing paywalls on their content. A fascinating development in the ecosystem that will surely see a multitude of additions.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Having a browser extension that does this is something I've wanted since Nano started. Freemium pay-to-clear-ads. https://t.co/VetYAxbWWa — @ColinLeMahieufunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Notable Nano coverage this week…Nano vs Email vs SMSThe modern world considers SMS and email to be “instantaneous” — they trust what they send will be received promptly. Used almost everywhere by almost everyone, these services naturally fit in with the modern user’s approach to communication. With this comparison video between SMS, email and Nano, you can now see how international digital payments are possible today, with finality quicker than email.https://medium.com/media/ce2f1f0b62ecbece2cd0c1609db0712f/hrefDetailed Nano review from experienced Ethereum developerCrypto YouTuber Hashoshi4 recently took a deep look into Nano and provided a great explanation of some of the core concepts behind the protocol. If you missed his video then it is well worth checking out and sharing:https://medium.com/media/36c8dbaf98c130b0158ec80d6928b734/hrefAnother detailed review of the Nano protocolExploring Cryptocurrency recently provided an excellently delivered and accurate summary of the Nano protocol. What it lacks in production value it more than makes up for with fantastically narrated and researched content. This is a wonderful resource and comes highly recommended!https://medium.com/media/bc67e8aee918c0588dca7f26f83f2fa4/hrefWeekly Nano Update 3/18/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 18

Looking up to Confirmation ...

Exploring how high this new feature in V19 Solidus will take usConfirmation height is a major feature included in the upcoming Solidus release of the Nano node and helps make the network more secure, efficient and accessible while laying the foundation for a host of new features.Once this height is set in V19, it will provide confirmation history, allow for the cementing of blocks in the ledger, and will be used to reduce elections. These changes will allow for lower network traffic and enable easier ways to integrate services with Nano.Let’s take a tour through what this addition is and what it enables for future versions.Today’s real-time election processesTo date, Nano nodes have relied on a real-time election process to determine whether blocks are confirmed across the network. These elections regularly occur and as of today their results are not explicitly captured by nodes for later reference. Instead they are observed in real-time and if there is any question on their validity at a later time, the node requires doing the same election process over again. Here is a simplified explanation of how it works and the numbers listed correspond to the diagrams mixed in:When blocks are received on the live network via UDP (User Datagram Protocol), they are inserted into the ledger (1) and elections begin (2). This means nodes vote on whether the transaction is valid and share those votes with other nodes they are connected to.Votes on blocks and any possible conflicting blocks are tallied up. The losing blocks are removed leaving only the single winning block (3). Once this quorum is reached on the winning block it triggers the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) callback (if configured) and it shows up in other RPC calls so that services tracking in real-time can verify it was confirmed by the network (4).In addition to the UDP network, blocks can also be requested in bulk from other nodes via the TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) bootstrap network (5). This is mainly done when starting a new node or when gaps in blocks for an account are detected, such as when a node is out of sync. When these blocks come in via the TCP bootstrap network they are inserted into the ledger but elections aren’t started. Because of this, RPC callbacks aren’t triggered and they aren’t returned in any RPC calls which are reserved only for confirmed blocks.The confirmation of these bootstrapped blocks is implied by future confirmations on the live network for blocks ahead of them (6). Confirmation for bootstrapped blocks can then be considered a passive process in order to save voting traffic (7).Pre-Solidus real time election process diagram.Because historical voting data is not recorded by nodes, the only way a node knows a block is confirmed is to observe the result of a live election. From the node’s perspective it can’t definitely say by itself whether an older block was previously confirmed on the network. This is because blocks can come in via the TCP bootstrap network without triggering active elections.The result of this design is that if at any point confirmation is needed for a specific block not active on the live network, you would need to make the RPC block_confirm call for that block (8) which would start a new election on the network (9). Once network quorum was reached (10) the RPC callback would be triggered (11) and you can observe and record the necessary details outside the node.Diagram showing how nodes must determine confirmation for blocks not in active electionsThis reliance on real-time voting for confirmations has a few consequences including extra traffic on the network from repeated elections and more difficult processes for determining whether blocks have been confirmed by the network if they are not seen during real-time voting.A better way to confirmWith Solidus and the introduction of confirmation height, this dependency on real-time elections is removed. Instead, confirmations are tracked using a single field on the account as follows:Currently on V18, each block added to an account is given a block height — an integer value starting at 1 for the first block and incrementing with each block added. So, for example, the 15th block on an account would have a block height of 15.With confirmation height, when a block reaches quorum on the live network it is considered confirmed and the confirmation height on the account gets set to the block height value for that confirmed block (15, 17).Solidus will introduce confirmation height which eliminates the need for real-time elections on the confirmation status of blocks not in active electionsThe node will then trace down to any ancestor blocks and update the confirmation heights for the associated accounts which have now been implicitly confirmed (18).How confirmation height funnels down to ancestor blocksAs additional blocks appear on the live or bootstrap networks they are evaluated against this confirmation height and if they match up with a block height equal to or lower than the current confirmation height, they will be discarded as invalid. No forks are considered or elections started and this results in immediate “cementing” of blocks at or below the confirmation height.When confirmation on a block needs to be performed the RPC block_info call can be made (19) and the comparison of block height to confirmation height will result in either a true or false response (20). This is done without triggering additional elections on the network.Here we can see that querying a block for confirmation status no longer results in election on the live network.Confirmation height provides the foundation for a number of great features, some of which are included in this release and others are planned for future updates.Available in V19Confirmation status included in RPC callsUpdates to the block_info and blocks_info RPC calls to return details about confirmation height are included in V19. This was previously not available due to the need for starting an election to verify confirmation for blocks not active on the live network, but now with confirmation height it is a simple check of the block height in question against the confirmation height on the account.Confirmation of dependent electionsWhen confirmation height is set, any blocks below that height in the account are also considered confirmed by extension, as well as any dependent blocks from other account chains. This means the node can stop any elections for these lower blocks and remove them from any processing queues. This will save processing and bandwidth resources.Coming in future versionsServe only confirmed blocks on bootstrap networkToday the bootstrap network can serve both confirmed and unconfirmed blocks to their peers upon request. But with confirmation height the bootstrap blocks can be limited to only confirmed blocks which helps reduce proliferation of unconfirmed blocks.Better ledger snapshotsWhen snapshotting ledgers for use in other nodes, they can be limited to only confirmed blocks up to the confirmation height. This allows a ledger to be used in certain trusted scenarios with a guarantee that blocks contained within it have already been confirmed on the network.Ledger pruningThis confirmation height provides a value around which pruning efforts can be more easily managed. As the frontier of confirmation, all blocks with heights lower than this value can be removed from the ledger regardless of the number of unconfirmed blocks ahead of it.Looking up to Confirmation Height was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 16

Looking up to Confirmation ...

Exploring how high this new feature in V19 Solidus will take usConfirmation height is a major feature included in the upcoming Solidus release of the Nano node and helps make the network more secure, efficient and accessible while laying the foundation for a host of new features.Once this height is set in V19, it will provide confirmation history, allow for the cementing of blocks in the ledger, and will be used to reduce elections. These changes will allow for lower network traffic and enable easier ways to integrate services with Nano.Let’s take a tour through what this addition is and what it enables for future versions.Today’s real-time election processesTo date, Nano nodes have relied on a real-time election process to determine whether blocks are confirmed across the network. These elections regularly occur and as of today their results are not explicitly captured by nodes for later reference. Instead they are observed in real-time and if there is any question on their validity at a later time, the node requires doing the same election process over again. Here is a simplified explanation of how it works and the numbers listed correspond to the diagrams mixed in:When blocks are received on the live network via UDP (User Datagram Protocol), they are inserted into the ledger (1) and elections begin (2). This means nodes vote on whether the transaction is valid and share those votes with other nodes they are connected to.Votes on blocks and any possible conflicting blocks are tallied up. The losing blocks are removed leaving only the single winning block (3). Once this quorum is reached on the winning block it triggers the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) callback (if configured) and it shows up in other RPC calls so that services tracking in real-time can verify it was confirmed by the network (4).In addition to the UDP network, blocks can also be requested in bulk from other nodes via the TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) bootstrap network (5). This is mainly done when starting a new node or when gaps in blocks for an account are detected, such as when a node is out of sync. When these blocks come in via the TCP bootstrap network they are inserted into the ledger but elections aren’t started. Because of this, RPC callbacks aren’t triggered and they aren’t returned in any RPC calls which are reserved only for confirmed blocks.The confirmation of these bootstrapped blocks is implied by future confirmations on the live network for blocks ahead of them (6). Confirmation for bootstrapped blocks can then be considered a passive process in order to save voting traffic (7).Pre-Solidus real time election process diagram.Because historical voting data is not recorded by nodes, the only way a node knows a block is confirmed is to observe the result of a live election. From the node’s perspective it can’t definitely say by itself whether an older block was previously confirmed on the network. This is because blocks can come in via the TCP bootstrap network without triggering active elections.The result of this design is that if at any point confirmation is needed for a specific block not active on the live network, you would need to make the RPC block_confirm call for that block (8) which would start a new election on the network (9). Once network quorum was reached (10) the RPC callback would be triggered (11) and you can observe and record the necessary details outside the node.Diagram showing how nodes must determine confirmation for blocks not in active electionsThis reliance on real-time voting for confirmations has a few consequences including extra traffic on the network from repeated elections and more difficult processes for determining whether blocks have been confirmed by the network if they are not seen during real-time voting.A better way to confirmWith Solidus and the introduction of confirmation height, this dependency on real-time elections is removed. Instead, confirmations are tracked using a single field on the account as follows:Currently on V18, each block added to an account is given a block height — an integer value starting at 1 for the first block and incrementing with each block added. So, for example, the 15th block on an account would have a block height of 15.With confirmation height, when a block reaches quorum on the live network it is considered confirmed and the confirmation height on the account gets set to the block height value for that confirmed block (15, 17).Solidus will introduce confirmation height which eliminates the need for real-time elections on the confirmation status of blocks not in active electionsThe node will then trace down to any ancestor blocks and update the confirmation heights for the associated accounts which have now been implicitly confirmed (18).How confirmation height funnels down to ancestor blocksAs additional blocks appear on the live or bootstrap networks they are evaluated against this confirmation height and if they match up with a block height equal to or lower than the current confirmation height, they will be discarded as invalid. No forks are considered or elections started and this results in immediate “cementing” of blocks at or below the confirmation height.When confirmation on a block needs to be performed the RPC block_info call can be made (19) and the comparison of block height to confirmation height will result in either a true or false response (20). This is done without triggering additional elections on the network.Here we can see that querying a block for confirmation status no longer results in election on the live network.Confirmation height provides the foundation for a number of great features, some of which are included in this release and others are planned for future updates.Available in V19Confirmation status included in RPC callsUpdates to the block_info and blocks_info RPC calls to return details about confirmation height are included in V19. This was previously not available due to the need for starting an election to verify confirmation for blocks not active on the live network, but now with confirmation height it is a simple check of the block height in question against the confirmation height on the account.Confirmation of dependent electionsWhen confirmation height is set, any blocks below that height in the account are also considered confirmed by extension, as well as any dependent blocks from other account chains. This means the node can stop any elections for these lower blocks and remove them from any processing queues. This will save processing and bandwidth resources.Coming in future versionsServe only confirmed blocks on bootstrap networkToday the bootstrap network can serve both confirmed and unconfirmed blocks to their peers upon request. But with confirmation height the bootstrap blocks can be limited to only confirmed blocks which helps reduce proliferation of unconfirmed blocks.Better ledger snapshotsWhen snapshotting ledgers for use in other nodes, they can be limited to only confirmed blocks up to the confirmation height. This allows a ledger to be used in certain trusted scenarios with a guarantee that blocks contained within it have already been confirmed on the network.Ledger pruningThis confirmation height provides a value around which pruning efforts can be more easily managed. As the frontier of confirmation, all blocks with heights lower than this value can be removed from the ledger regardless of the number of unconfirmed blocks ahead of it.Looking up to Confirmation Height was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 16

Looking up to Confirmation ...

Exploring how high this new feature in V19 Solidus will take usConfirmation height is a major feature included in the upcoming Solidus release of the Nano node and helps make the network more secure, efficient and accessible while laying the foundation for a host of new features.Once this height is set in V19, it will provide confirmation history, allow for the cementing of blocks in the ledger, and will be used to reduce elections. These changes will allow for lower network traffic and enable easier ways to integrate services with Nano.Let’s take a tour through what this addition is and what it enables for future versions.Today’s real-time election processesTo date, Nano nodes have relied on a real-time election process to determine whether blocks are confirmed across the network. These elections regularly occur and as of today their results are not explicitly captured by nodes for later reference. Instead they are observed in real-time and if there is any question on their validity at a later time, the node requires doing the same election process over again. Here is a simplified explanation of how it works and the numbers listed correspond to the diagrams mixed in:When blocks are received on the live network via UDP (User Datagram Protocol), they are inserted into the ledger (1) and elections begin (2). This means nodes vote on whether the transaction is valid and share those votes with other nodes they are connected to.Votes on blocks and any possible conflicting blocks are tallied up. The losing blocks are removed leaving only the single winning block (3). Once this quorum is reached on the winning block it triggers the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) callback (if configured) and it shows up in other RPC calls so that services tracking in real-time can verify it was confirmed by the network (4).In addition to the UDP network, blocks can also be requested in bulk from other nodes via the TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) bootstrap network (5). This is mainly done when starting a new node or when gaps in blocks for an account are detected, such as when a node is out of sync. When these blocks come in via the TCP bootstrap network they are inserted into the ledger but elections aren’t started. Because of this, RPC callbacks aren’t triggered and they aren’t returned in any RPC calls which are reserved only for confirmed blocks.The confirmation of these bootstrapped blocks is implied by future confirmations on the live network for blocks ahead of them (6). Confirmation for bootstrapped blocks can then be considered a passive process in order to save voting traffic (7).Pre-Solidus real time election process diagram.Because historical voting data is not recorded by nodes, the only way a node knows a block is confirmed is to observe the result of a live election. From the node’s perspective it can’t definitely say by itself whether an older block was previously confirmed on the network. This is because blocks can come in via the TCP bootstrap network without triggering active elections.The result of this design is that if at any point confirmation is needed for a specific block not active on the live network, you would need to make the RPC block_confirm call for that block (8) which would start a new election on the network (9). Once network quorum was reached (10) the RPC callback would be triggered (11) and you can observe and record the necessary details outside the node.Diagram showing how nodes must determine confirmation for blocks not in active electionsThis reliance on real-time voting for confirmations has a few consequences including extra traffic on the network from repeated elections and more difficult processes for determining whether blocks have been confirmed by the network if they are not seen during real-time voting.A better way to confirmWith Solidus and the introduction of confirmation height, this dependency on real-time elections is removed. Instead, confirmations are tracked using a single field on the account as follows:Currently on V18, each block added to an account is given a block height — an integer value starting at 1 for the first block and incrementing with each block added. So, for example, the 15th block on an account would have a block height of 15.With confirmation height, when a block reaches quorum on the live network it is considered confirmed and the confirmation height on the account gets set to the block height value for that confirmed block (15, 17).Solidus will introduce confirmation height which eliminates the need for real-time elections on the confirmation status of blocks not in active electionsThe node will then trace down to any ancestor blocks and update the confirmation heights for the associated accounts which have now been implicitly confirmed (18).How confirmation height funnels down to ancestor blocksAs additional blocks appear on the live or bootstrap networks they are evaluated against this confirmation height and if they match up with a block height equal to or lower than the current confirmation height, they will be discarded as invalid. No forks are considered or elections started and this results in immediate “cementing” of blocks at or below the confirmation height.When confirmation on a block needs to be performed the RPC block_info call can be made (19) and the comparison of block height to confirmation height will result in either a true or false response (20). This is done without triggering additional elections on the network.Here we can see that querying a block for confirmation status no longer results in election on the live network.Confirmation height provides the foundation for a number of great features, some of which are included in this release and others are planned for future updates.Available in V19Confirmation status included in RPC callsUpdates to the block_info and blocks_info RPC calls to return details about confirmation height are included in V19. This was previously not available due to the need for starting an election to verify confirmation for blocks not active on the live network, but now with confirmation height it is a simple check of the block height in question against the confirmation height on the account.Confirmation of dependent electionsWhen confirmation height is set, any blocks below that height in the account are also considered confirmed by extension, as well as any dependent blocks from other account chains. This means the node can stop any elections for these lower blocks and remove them from any processing queues. This will save processing and bandwidth resources.Coming in future versionsServe only confirmed blocks on bootstrap networkToday the bootstrap network can serve both confirmed and unconfirmed blocks to their peers upon request. But with confirmation height the bootstrap blocks can be limited to only confirmed blocks which helps reduce proliferation of unconfirmed blocks.Better ledger snapshotsWhen snapshotting ledgers for use in other nodes, they can be limited to only confirmed blocks up to the confirmation height. This allows a ledger to be used in certain trusted scenarios with a guarantee that blocks contained within it have already been confirmed on the network.Ledger pruningThis confirmation height provides a value around which pruning efforts can be more easily managed. As the frontier of confirmation, all blocks with heights lower than this value can be removed from the ledger regardless of the number of unconfirmed blocks ahead of it.Looking up to Confirmation Height was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 16

Looking up to Confirmation ...

Exploring how high this new feature in V19 Solidus will take usConfirmation height is a major feature included in the upcoming Solidus release of the Nano node and helps make the network more secure, efficient and accessible while laying the foundation for a host of new features.Once this height is set in V19, it will provide confirmation history, allow for the cementing of blocks in the ledger, and will be used to reduce elections. These changes will allow for lower network traffic and enable easier ways to integrate services with Nano.Let’s take a tour through what this addition is and what it enables for future versions.Today’s real-time election processesTo date, Nano nodes have relied on a real-time election process to determine whether blocks are confirmed across the network. These elections regularly occur and as of today their results are not explicitly captured by nodes for later reference. Instead they are observed in real-time and if there is any question on their validity at a later time, the node requires doing the same election process over again. Here is a simplified explanation of how it works and the numbers listed correspond to the diagrams mixed in:When blocks are received on the live network via UDP (User Datagram Protocol), they are inserted into the ledger (1) and elections begin (2). This means nodes vote on whether the transaction is valid and share those votes with other nodes they are connected to.Votes on blocks and any possible conflicting blocks are tallied up. The losing blocks are removed leaving only the single winning block (3). Once this quorum is reached on the winning block it triggers the RPC (Remote Procedure Call) callback (if configured) and it shows up in other RPC calls so that services tracking in real-time can verify it was confirmed by the network (4).In addition to the UDP network, blocks can also be requested in bulk from other nodes via the TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) bootstrap network (5). This is mainly done when starting a new node or when gaps in blocks for an account are detected, such as when a node is out of sync. When these blocks come in via the TCP bootstrap network they are inserted into the ledger but elections aren’t started. Because of this, RPC callbacks aren’t triggered and they aren’t returned in any RPC calls which are reserved only for confirmed blocks.The confirmation of these bootstrapped blocks is implied by future confirmations on the live network for blocks ahead of them (6). Confirmation for bootstrapped blocks can then be considered a passive process in order to save voting traffic (7).Pre-Solidus real time election process diagram.Because historical voting data is not recorded by nodes, the only way a node knows a block is confirmed is to observe the result of a live election. From the node’s perspective it can’t definitely say by itself whether an older block was previously confirmed on the network. This is because blocks can come in via the TCP bootstrap network without triggering active elections.The result of this design is that if at any point confirmation is needed for a specific block not active on the live network, you would need to make the RPC block_confirm call for that block (8) which would start a new election on the network (9). Once network quorum was reached (10) the RPC callback would be triggered (11) and you can observe and record the necessary details outside the node.Diagram showing how nodes must determine confirmation for blocks not in active electionsThis reliance on real-time voting for confirmations has a few consequences including extra traffic on the network from repeated elections and more difficult processes for determining whether blocks have been confirmed by the network if they are not seen during real-time voting.A better way to confirmWith Solidus and the introduction of confirmation height, this dependency on real-time elections is removed. Instead, confirmations are tracked using a single field on the account as follows:Currently on V18, each block added to an account is given a block height — an integer value starting at 1 for the first block and incrementing with each block added. So, for example, the 15th block on an account would have a block height of 15.With confirmation height, when a block reaches quorum on the live network it is considered confirmed and the confirmation height on the account gets set to the block height value for that confirmed block (15, 17).Solidus will introduce confirmation height which eliminates the need for real-time elections on the confirmation status of blocks not in active electionsThe node will then trace down to any ancestor blocks and update the confirmation heights for the associated accounts which have now been implicitly confirmed (18).How confirmation height funnels down to ancestor blocksAs additional blocks appear on the live or bootstrap networks they are evaluated against this confirmation height and if they match up with a block height equal to or lower than the current confirmation height, they will be discarded as invalid. No forks are considered or elections started and this results in immediate “cementing” of blocks at or below the confirmation height.When confirmation on a block needs to be performed the RPC block_info call can be made (19) and the comparison of block height to confirmation height will result in either a true or false response (20). This is done without triggering additional elections on the network.Here we can see that querying a block for confirmation status no longer results in election on the live network.Confirmation height provides the foundation for a number of great features, some of which are included in this release and others are planned for future updates.Available in V19Confirmation status included in RPC callsUpdates to the block_info and blocks_info RPC calls to return details about confirmation height are included in V19. This was previously not available due to the need for starting an election to verify confirmation for blocks not active on the live network, but now with confirmation height it is a simple check of the block height in question against the confirmation height on the account.Confirmation of dependent electionsWhen confirmation height is set, any blocks below that height in the account are also considered confirmed by extension, as well as any dependent blocks from other account chains. This means the node can stop any elections for these lower blocks and remove them from any processing queues. This will save processing and bandwidth resources.Coming in future versionsServe only confirmed blocks on bootstrap networkToday the bootstrap network can serve both confirmed and unconfirmed blocks to their peers upon request. But with confirmation height the bootstrap blocks can be limited to only confirmed blocks which helps reduce proliferation of unconfirmed blocks.Better ledger snapshotsWhen snapshotting ledgers for use in other nodes, they can be limited to only confirmed blocks up to the confirmation height. This allows a ledger to be used in certain trusted scenarios with a guarantee that blocks contained within it have already been confirmed on the network.Ledger pruningThis confirmation height provides a value around which pruning efforts can be more easily managed. As the frontier of confirmation, all blocks with heights lower than this value can be removed from the ledger regardless of the number of unconfirmed blocks ahead of it.Looking up to Confirmation Height was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 16

The Nano Foundation is look...

We are accepting applications for a Full Stack Engineer/Infrastructure position.Position: Full Stack Engineer, InfrastructureLocation: RemoteJob Description:The Nano Foundation is seeking a Full Stack Engineer to join our talented and growing team. This role will help build and maintain the systems and tools key to our mission to make money more efficient for a more equal world using Nano, a light and open digital currency.With responsibilities across a number of pieces of infrastructure, this position affords the opportunity to work on various parts of the stack, including web UI, command-line tools, stateless backend services, and the automation of workflows. It will serve a primary role in helping the Nano Foundation provide the best tools for our community and help keep our network secure for every user.Responsibilities:Maintaining secure operations of Nano’s website (Joomla)Diagnosing user issues by reviewing logs, creating scripts, and debugging codeCreating tools to inspect and visualize Nano node and network operationsDevelopment of other tools and scripts as needed to help in network managementRequirements:3+ years of professional software development experienceSignificant experience in using cryptocurrencies and related security proceduresFull-stack development experience including web front-end and server-side developmentExperience managing *nix systems and infrastructure security, upgrades, cron jobs, web servers, etc.Experience managing cloud infrastructure both manually and programmatically through APIsPreferred qualifications:Experience using C++, Python, Rust, React, Node.js and NoSQLExperience with devops and infrastructure automation tools including Terraform, Travis and GitlabIf you are interested in this exciting opportunity then please email your CV and cover letter to jobs@nano.orgWe will be in touch in due course, thank you.The Nano Foundation is looking to expand the core team. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 12

The Nano Foundation is look...

We are accepting applications for a Full Stack Engineer/Infrastructure position.Position: Full Stack Engineer, InfrastructureLocation: RemoteJob Description:The Nano Foundation is seeking a Full Stack Engineer to join our talented and growing team. This role will help build and maintain the systems and tools key to our mission to make money more efficient for a more equal world using Nano, a light and open digital currency.With responsibilities across a number of pieces of infrastructure, this position affords the opportunity to work on various parts of the stack, including web UI, command-line tools, stateless backend services, and the automation of workflows. It will serve a primary role in helping the Nano Foundation provide the best tools for our community and help keep our network secure for every user.Responsibilities:Maintaining secure operations of Nano’s website (Joomla)Diagnosing user issues by reviewing logs, creating scripts, and debugging codeCreating tools to inspect and visualize Nano node and network operationsDevelopment of other tools and scripts as needed to help in network managementRequirements:3+ years of professional software development experienceSignificant experience in using cryptocurrencies and related security proceduresFull-stack development experience including web front-end and server-side developmentExperience managing *nix systems and infrastructure security, upgrades, cron jobs, web servers, etc.Experience managing cloud infrastructure both manually and programmatically through APIsPreferred qualifications:Experience using C++, Python, Rust, React, Node.js and NoSQLExperience with devops and infrastructure automation tools including Terraform, Travis and GitlabIf you are interested in this exciting opportunity then please email your CV and cover letter to jobs@nano.orgWe will be in touch in due course, thank you.The Nano Foundation is looking to expand the core team. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 12

The Nano Foundation is look...

We are accepting applications for a Full Stack Engineer/Infrastructure position.Position: Full Stack Engineer, InfrastructureLocation: RemoteJob Description:The Nano Foundation is seeking a Full Stack Engineer to join our talented and growing team. This role will help build and maintain the systems and tools key to our mission to make money more efficient for a more equal world using Nano, a light and open digital currency.With responsibilities across a number of pieces of infrastructure, this position affords the opportunity to work on various parts of the stack, including web UI, command-line tools, stateless backend services, and the automation of workflows. It will serve a primary role in helping the Nano Foundation provide the best tools for our community and help keep our network secure for every user.Responsibilities:Maintaining secure operations of Nano’s website (Joomla)Diagnosing user issues by reviewing logs, creating scripts, and debugging codeCreating tools to inspect and visualize Nano node and network operationsDevelopment of other tools and scripts as needed to help in network managementRequirements:3+ years of professional software development experienceSignificant experience in using cryptocurrencies and related security proceduresFull-stack development experience including web front-end and server-side developmentExperience managing *nix systems and infrastructure security, upgrades, cron jobs, web servers, etc.Experience managing cloud infrastructure both manually and programmatically through APIsPreferred qualifications:Experience using C++, Python, Rust, React, Node.js and NoSQLExperience with devops and infrastructure automation tools including Terraform, Travis and GitlabIf you are interested in this exciting opportunity then please email your CV and cover letter to jobs@nano.orgWe will be in touch in due course, thank you.The Nano Foundation is looking to expand the core team. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 12

The Nano Foundation is look...

We are accepting applications for a Full Stack Engineer/Infrastructure position.Position: Full Stack Engineer, InfrastructureLocation: RemoteJob Description:The Nano Foundation is seeking a Full Stack Engineer to join our talented and growing team. This role will help build and maintain the systems and tools key to our mission to make money more efficient for a more equal world using Nano, a light and open digital currency.With responsibilities across a number of pieces of infrastructure, this position affords the opportunity to work on various parts of the stack, including web UI, command-line tools, stateless backend services, and the automation of workflows. It will serve a primary role in helping the Nano Foundation provide the best tools for our community and help keep our network secure for every user.Responsibilities:Maintaining secure operations of Nano’s website (Joomla)Diagnosing user issues by reviewing logs, creating scripts, and debugging codeCreating tools to inspect and visualize Nano node and network operationsDevelopment of other tools and scripts as needed to help in network managementRequirements:3+ years of professional software development experienceSignificant experience in using cryptocurrencies and related security proceduresFull-stack development experience including web front-end and server-side developmentExperience managing *nix systems and infrastructure security, upgrades, cron jobs, web servers, etc.Experience managing cloud infrastructure both manually and programmatically through APIsPreferred qualifications:Experience using C++, Python, Rust, React, Node.js and NoSQLExperience with devops and infrastructure automation tools including Terraform, Travis and GitlabIf you are interested in this exciting opportunity then please email your CV and cover letter to jobs@nano.orgWe will be in touch in due course, thank you.The Nano Foundation is looking to expand the core team. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 12

The Nano Foundation is look...

We are accepting applications for a Full Stack Engineer/Infrastructure position.Position: Full Stack Engineer, InfrastructureLocation: RemoteJob Description:The Nano Foundation is seeking a Full Stack Engineer to join our talented and growing team. This role will help build and maintain the systems and tools key to our mission to make money more efficient for a more equal world using Nano, a light and open digital currency.With responsibilities across a number of pieces of infrastructure, this position affords the opportunity to work on various parts of the stack, including web UI, command-line tools, stateless backend services, and the automation of workflows. It will serve a primary role in helping the Nano Foundation provide the best tools for our community and help keep our network secure for every user.Responsibilities:Maintaining secure operations of Nano’s website (Joomla)Diagnosing user issues by reviewing logs, creating scripts, and debugging codeCreating tools to inspect and visualize Nano node and network operationsDevelopment of other tools and scripts as needed to help in network managementRequirements:3+ years of professional software development experienceSignificant experience in using cryptocurrencies and related security proceduresFull-stack development experience including web front-end and server-side developmentExperience managing *nix systems and infrastructure security, upgrades, cron jobs, web servers, etc.Experience managing cloud infrastructure both manually and programmatically through APIsPreferred qualifications:Experience using C++, Python, Rust, Node.js and NoSQLExperience with devops and infrastructure automation tools including Terraform, Travis and GitlabIf you are interested in this exciting opportunity then please email your CV and cover letter to jobs@nano.orgWe will be in touch in due course, thank you.The Nano Foundation is looking to expand the core team. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 12

Weekly Update 3/11/19

Natrium wallet on the AppStore, Colin LeMahieu live stream, NanoSpeed updates Nano How on PoW and more…An all-new Natrium lands on the iOS App StoreNatrium is one of the most celebrated Nano mobile wallets and announced this week that the intuitive and updated platform is now available on the iOS App Store following the successfully funded development project hosted by The Nano Center.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Our beloved Nano wallet Natrium is now available on the AppStore! Supporting multi-accounts, notifications, system wide themes, 20+ languages, wallet sweeping and more. For more info: https://t.co/iw46Uj3xv3 $NANO @nano #nanocurrency #cryptocurrency #blockchain — @appdittofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}With this release a host of new features and improvements have been introduced to make the wallet experience even better. Multi-account capability and new display themes are some of the most requested features added to this latest Natrium version 2.0 update.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}How do you like this #LightningNetwork? $NANO, $BTC, $LTC, $XRP, $TRX https://t.co/i7bKwTd8X8 — @aglkm1function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you are not an iPhone user, then fear not, as the Android update is expected on the Google Play Store very soon.Colin out spreading the wordThe past, present and future of Nano discussed with Altcoin MagazineAt the start of the week Colin Lemahieu, founder and Lead Developer for Nano, spoke with the Altcoin Magazine medium publication. The interview covers the origins and inspiration behind Nano, the future of the protocol and what the community can expect in the coming months. You can catch up with everything here.A Nano chat with Minnesota Crypto ClubThe University of Minnesota Cryptocurrency Club invited Colin to present Nano via live stream on Friday evening. Initially using slides to explain some of the core concepts of the Nano protocol, Colin later took live questions from the club, r/cryptocurrency and the viewers on the live stream. It was a comprehensive and informative hour — be sure to check it out if you didn’t catch it the first time around or if you prefer a summary check out this thread from passionate community member u/Qwahzi.https://medium.com/media/b65508b69302ee28b93369ea61467bb1/hrefA rejuvenated Nanospeed.live ready to show off Nano in all of its glory!NanoSpeed developer Sean Maloney has worked tirelessly this week on tweaking nanospeed.live to help cope with the blazingly fast network transactions following the Dolphin Nano node update. The service is now responsive, stable and busy showing the world just how effortlessly a cryptocurrency transaction can be when waiting time and fees are a taken out of the equation.In two clicks and in under 10 seconds ANYONE can see for themselves some of the most compelling features of the Nano network — the fee-less and ultrafast confirmation times of transactions.If you have never pressed the Big Green Button yourself, you have to give it a go! And don’t forget to share it!NanoHow #4 — Proof of Work on the Nano NetworkAs the anti-spam mechanism within the Nano network, Proof of Work (PoW) is often discussed within the community when analyzing Nano’s ability to scale. The popular NanoHow series returns and this week and clears up some common misconceptions. Don’t let the technical jargon prevent you from learning about this great technology, remember that anyone is able to gain a solid basis for understanding with the right learning materials. Give it a read and see what you can pick up.Once again, a huge thanks to series producer and writer u/jayycox.https://medium.com/media/b88514f68db268d416187980b45a72ec/hrefWeekly Update 3/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 11

Weekly Update 3/11/19

Natrium wallet on the AppStore, Colin LeMahieu live stream, NanoSpeed updates Nano How on PoW and more…An all-new Natrium lands on the iOS App StoreNatrium is one of the most celebrated Nano mobile wallets and announced this week that the intuitive and updated platform is now available on the iOS App Store following the successfully funded development project hosted by The Nano Center.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Our beloved Nano wallet Natrium is now available on the AppStore! Supporting multi-accounts, notifications, system wide themes, 20+ languages, wallet sweeping and more. For more info: https://t.co/iw46Uj3xv3 $NANO @nano #nanocurrency #cryptocurrency #blockchain — @appdittofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}With this release a host of new features and improvements have been introduced to make the wallet experience even better. Multi-account capability and new display themes are some of the most requested features added to this latest Natrium version 2.0 update.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}How do you like this #LightningNetwork? $NANO, $BTC, $LTC, $XRP, $TRX https://t.co/i7bKwTd8X8 — @aglkm1function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you are not an iPhone user, then fear not, as the Android update is expected on the Google Play Store very soon.Colin out spreading the wordThe past, present and future of Nano discussed with Altcoin MagazineAt the start of the week Colin Lemahieu, founder and Lead Developer for Nano, spoke with the Altcoin Magazine medium publication. The interview covers the origins and inspiration behind Nano, the future of the protocol and what the community can expect in the coming months. You can catch up with everything here.A Nano chat with Minnesota Crypto ClubThe University of Minnesota Cryptocurrency Club invited Colin to present Nano via live stream on Friday evening. Initially using slides to explain some of the core concepts of the Nano protocol, Colin later took live questions from the club, r/cryptocurrency and the viewers on the live stream. It was a comprehensive and informative hour — be sure to check it out if you didn’t catch it the first time around or if you prefer a summary check out this thread from passionate community member u/Qwahzi.https://medium.com/media/b65508b69302ee28b93369ea61467bb1/hrefA rejuvenated Nanospeed.live ready to show off Nano in all of its glory!NanoSpeed developer Sean Maloney has worked tirelessly this week on tweaking nanospeed.live to help cope with the blazingly fast network transactions following the Dolphin Nano node update. The service is now responsive, stable and busy showing the world just how effortlessly a cryptocurrency transaction can be when waiting time and fees are a taken out of the equation.In two clicks and in under 10 seconds ANYONE can see for themselves some of the most compelling features of the Nano network — the fee-less and ultrafast confirmation times of transactions.If you have never pressed the Big Green Button yourself, you have to give it a go! And don’t forget to share it!NanoHow #4 — Proof of Work on the Nano NetworkAs the anti-spam mechanism within the Nano network, Proof of Work (PoW) is often discussed within the community when analyzing Nano’s ability to scale. The popular NanoHow series returns and this week and clears up some common misconceptions. Don’t let the technical jargon prevent you from learning about this great technology, remember that anyone is able to gain a solid basis for understanding with the right learning materials. Give it a read and see what you can pick up.Once again, a huge thanks to series producer and writer u/jayycox.https://medium.com/media/b88514f68db268d416187980b45a72ec/hrefWeekly Update 3/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 11

Weekly Update 3/11/19

Natrium wallet on the AppStore, Colin LeMahieu live stream, NanoSpeed updates Nano How on PoW and more…An all-new Natrium lands on the iOS App StoreNatrium is one of the most celebrated Nano mobile wallets and announced this week that the intuitive and updated platform is now available on the iOS App Store following the successfully funded development project hosted by The Nano Center.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Our beloved Nano wallet Natrium is now available on the AppStore! Supporting multi-accounts, notifications, system wide themes, 20+ languages, wallet sweeping and more. For more info: https://t.co/iw46Uj3xv3 $NANO @nano #nanocurrency #cryptocurrency #blockchain — @appdittofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}With this release a host of new features and improvements have been introduced to make the wallet experience even better. Multi-account capability and new display themes are some of the most requested features added to this latest Natrium version 2.0 update.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}How do you like this #LightningNetwork? $NANO, $BTC, $LTC, $XRP, $TRX https://t.co/i7bKwTd8X8 — @aglkm1function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you are not an iPhone user, then fear not, as the Android update is expected on the Google Play Store very soon.Colin out spreading the wordThe past, present and future of Nano discussed with Altcoin MagazineAt the start of the week Colin Lemahieu, founder and Lead Developer for Nano, spoke with the Altcoin Magazine medium publication. The interview covers the origins and inspiration behind Nano, the future of the protocol and what the community can expect in the coming months. You can catch up with everything here.A Nano chat with Minnesota Crypto ClubThe University of Minnesota Cryptocurrency Club invited Colin to present Nano via live stream on Friday evening. Initially using slides to explain some of the core concepts of the Nano protocol, Colin later took live questions from the club, r/cryptocurrency and the viewers on the live stream. It was a comprehensive and informative hour — be sure to check it out if you didn’t catch it the first time around or if you prefer a summary check out this thread from passionate community member u/Qwahzi.https://medium.com/media/b65508b69302ee28b93369ea61467bb1/hrefA rejuvenated Nanospeed.live ready to show off Nano in all of its glory!NanoSpeed developer Sean Maloney has worked tirelessly this week on tweaking nanospeed.live to help cope with the blazingly fast network transactions following the Dolphin Nano node update. The service is now responsive, stable and busy showing the world just how effortlessly a cryptocurrency transaction can be when waiting time and fees are a taken out of the equation.In two clicks and in under 10 seconds ANYONE can see for themselves some of the most compelling features of the Nano network — the fee-less and ultrafast confirmation times of transactions.If you have never pressed the Big Green Button yourself, you have to give it a go! And don’t forget to share it!NanoHow #4 — Proof of Work on the Nano NetworkAs the anti-spam mechanism within the Nano network, Proof of Work (PoW) is often discussed within the community when analyzing Nano’s ability to scale. The popular NanoHow series returns and this week and clears up some common misconceptions. Don’t let the technical jargon prevent you from learning about this great technology, remember that anyone is able to gain a solid basis for understanding with the right learning materials. Give it a read and see what you can pick up.Once again, a huge thanks to series producer and writer u/jayycox.https://medium.com/media/b88514f68db268d416187980b45a72ec/hrefWeekly Update 3/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 11

Weekly Update 3/11/19

Natrium wallet on the AppStore, Colin LeMahieu live stream, NanoSpeed updates Nano How on PoW and more…An all-new Natrium lands on the iOS App StoreNatrium is one of the most celebrated Nano mobile wallets and announced this week that the intuitive and updated platform is now available on the iOS App Store following the successfully funded development project hosted by The Nano Center.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Our beloved Nano wallet Natrium is now available on the AppStore! Supporting multi-accounts, notifications, system wide themes, 20+ languages, wallet sweeping and more. For more info: https://t.co/iw46Uj3xv3 $NANO @nano #nanocurrency #cryptocurrency #blockchain — @appdittofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}With this release a host of new features and improvements have been introduced to make the wallet experience even better. Multi-account capability and new display themes are some of the most requested features added to this latest Natrium version 2.0 update.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}How do you like this #LightningNetwork? $NANO, $BTC, $LTC, $XRP, $TRX https://t.co/i7bKwTd8X8 — @aglkm1function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you are not an iPhone user, then fear not, as the Android update is expected on the Google Play Store very soon.Colin out spreading the wordThe past, present and future of Nano discussed with Altcoin MagazineAt the start of the week Colin Lemahieu, founder and Lead Developer for Nano, spoke with the Altcoin Magazine medium publication. The interview covers the origins and inspiration behind Nano, the future of the protocol and what the community can expect in the coming months. You can catch up with everything here.A Nano chat with Minnesota Crypto ClubThe University of Minnesota Cryptocurrency Club invited Colin to present Nano via live stream on Friday evening. Initially using slides to explain some of the core concepts of the Nano protocol, Colin later took live questions from the club, r/cryptocurrency and the viewers on the live stream. It was a comprehensive and informative hour — be sure to check it out if you didn’t catch it the first time around or if you prefer a summary check out this thread from passionate community member u/Qwahzi.https://medium.com/media/b65508b69302ee28b93369ea61467bb1/hrefA rejuvenated Nanospeed.live ready to show off Nano in all of its glory!NanoSpeed developer Sean Maloney has worked tirelessly this week on tweaking nanospeed.live to help cope with the blazingly fast network transactions following the Dolphin Nano node update. The service is now responsive, stable and busy showing the world just how effortlessly a cryptocurrency transaction can be when waiting time and fees are a taken out of the equation.In two clicks and in under 10 seconds ANYONE can see for themselves some of the most compelling features of the Nano network — the fee-less and ultrafast confirmation times of transactions.If you have never pressed the Big Green Button yourself, you have to give it a go! And don’t forget to share it!NanoHow #4 — Proof of Work on the Nano NetworkAs the anti-spam mechanism within the Nano network, Proof of Work (PoW) is often discussed within the community when analyzing Nano’s ability to scale. The popular NanoHow series returns and this week and clears up some common misconceptions. Don’t let the technical jargon prevent you from learning about this great technology, remember that anyone is able to gain a solid basis for understanding with the right learning materials. Give it a read and see what you can pick up.Once again, a huge thanks to series producer and writer u/jayycox.https://medium.com/media/b88514f68db268d416187980b45a72ec/hrefWeekly Update 3/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 11

Weekly Update 3/11/19

Natrium wallet on the AppStore, Colin LeMahieu live stream, NanoSpeed updates Nano How on PoW and more…An all-new Natrium lands on the iOS App StoreNatrium is one of the most celebrated Nano mobile wallets and announced this week that the intuitive and updated platform is now available on the iOS App Store following the successfully funded development project hosted by The Nano Center.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Our beloved Nano wallet Natrium is now available on the AppStore! Supporting multi-accounts, notifications, system wide themes, 20+ languages, wallet sweeping and more. For more info: https://t.co/iw46Uj3xv3 $NANO @nano #nanocurrency #cryptocurrency #blockchain — @appdittofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}With this release a host of new features and improvements have been introduced to make the wallet experience even better. Multi-account capability and new display themes are some of the most requested features added to this latest Natrium version 2.0 update.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}How do you like this #LightningNetwork? $NANO, $BTC, $LTC, $XRP, $TRX https://t.co/i7bKwTd8X8 — @aglkm1function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you are not an iPhone user, then fear not, as the Android update is expected on the Google Play Store very soon.Colin out spreading the wordThe past, present and future of Nano discussed with Altcoin MagazineAt the start of the week Colin Lemahieu, founder and Lead Developer for Nano, spoke with the Altcoin Magazine medium publication. The interview covers the origins and inspiration behind Nano, the future of the protocol and what the community can expect in the coming months. You can catch up with everything here.A Nano chat with Minnesota Crypto ClubThe University of Minnesota Cryptocurrency Club invited Colin to present Nano via live stream on Friday evening. Initially using slides to explain some of the core concepts of the Nano protocol, Colin later took live questions from the club, r/cryptocurrency and the viewers on the live stream. It was a comprehensive and informative hour — be sure to check it out if you didn’t catch it the first time around or if you prefer a summary check out this thread from passionate community member u/Qwahzi.https://medium.com/media/b65508b69302ee28b93369ea61467bb1/hrefA rejuvenated Nanospeed.live ready to show off Nano in all of its glory!NanoSpeed developer Sean Maloney has worked tirelessly this week on tweaking nanospeed.live to help cope with the blazingly fast network transactions following the Dolphin Nano node update. The service is now responsive, stable and busy showing the world just how effortlessly a cryptocurrency transaction can be when waiting time and fees are a taken out of the equation.In two clicks and in under 10 seconds ANYONE can see for themselves some of the most compelling features of the Nano network — the fee-less and ultrafast confirmation times of transactions.If you have never pressed the Big Green Button yourself, you have to give it a go! And don’t forget to share it!NanoHow #4 — Proof of Work on the Nano NetworkAs the anti-spam mechanism within the Nano network, Proof of Work (PoW) is often discussed within the community when analyzing Nano’s ability to scale. The popular NanoHow series returns and this week and clears up some common misconceptions. Don’t let the technical jargon prevent you from learning about this great technology, remember that anyone is able to gain a solid basis for understanding with the right learning materials. Give it a read and see what you can pick up.Once again, a huge thanks to series producer and writer u/jayycox.https://medium.com/media/b88514f68db268d416187980b45a72ec/hrefWeekly Update 3/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 11

Weekly Update 3/11/19

Natrium wallet on the AppStore, Colin LeMahieu live stream, NanoSpeed updates Nano How on PoW and more…An all-new Natrium lands on the iOS App StoreNatrium is one of the most celebrated Nano mobile wallets and announced this week that the intuitive and updated platform is now available on the iOS App Store following the successfully funded development project hosted by The Nano Center.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}Our beloved Nano wallet Natrium is now available on the AppStore! Supporting multi-accounts, notifications, system wide themes, 20+ languages, wallet sweeping and more. For more info: https://t.co/iw46Uj3xv3 $NANO @nano #nanocurrency #cryptocurrency #blockchain — @appdittofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}With this release a host of new features and improvements have been introduced to make the wallet experience even better. Multi-account capability and new display themes are some of the most requested features added to this latest Natrium version 2.0 update.body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}How do you like this #LightningNetwork? $NANO, $BTC, $LTC, $XRP, $TRX https://t.co/i7bKwTd8X8 — @aglkm1function notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}If you are not an iPhone user, then fear not, as the Android update is expected on the Google Play Store very soon.Colin out spreading the wordThe past, present and future of Nano discussed with Altcoin MagazineAt the start of the week Colin Lemahieu, founder and Lead Developer for Nano, spoke with the Altcoin Magazine medium publication. The interview covers the origins and inspiration behind Nano, the future of the protocol and what the community can expect in the coming months. You can catch up with everything here.A Nano chat with Minnesota Crypto ClubThe University of Minnesota Cryptocurrency Club invited Colin to present Nano via live stream on Friday evening. Initially using slides to explain some of the core concepts of the Nano protocol, Colin later took live questions from the club, r/cryptocurrency and the viewers on the live stream. It was a comprehensive and informative hour — be sure to check it out if you didn’t catch it the first time around or if you prefer a summary check out this thread from passionate community member u/Qwahzi.https://medium.com/media/b65508b69302ee28b93369ea61467bb1/hrefA rejuvenated Nanospeed.live ready to show off Nano in all of its glory!NanoSpeed developer Sean Maloney has worked tirelessly this week on tweaking nanospeed.live to help cope with the blazingly fast network transactions following the Dolphin Nano node update. The service is now responsive, stable and busy showing the world just how effortlessly a cryptocurrency transaction can be when waiting time and fees are a taken out of the equation.In two clicks and in under 10 seconds ANYONE can see for themselves some of the most compelling features of the Nano network — the fee-less and ultrafast confirmation times of transactions.If you have never pressed the Big Green Button yourself, you have to give it a go! And don’t forget to share it!NanoHow #4 — Proof of Work on the Nano NetworkAs the anti-spam mechanism within the Nano network, Proof of Work (PoW) is often discussed within the community when analyzing Nano’s ability to scale. The popular NanoHow series returns and this week and clears up some common misconceptions. Don’t let the technical jargon prevent you from learning about this great technology, remember that anyone is able to gain a solid basis for understanding with the right learning materials. Give it a read and see what you can pick up.Once again, a huge thanks to series producer and writer u/jayycox.https://medium.com/media/b88514f68db268d416187980b45a72ec/hrefWeekly Update 3/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 11

Weekly Update 3/4/19

All new Twitter Chrome extension, a new community manager, NanoCenter project updates, an employment notice and moreNano extends its reachThis week the Nano ecosystem welcomed the addition of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension for Chrome users who enjoy tipping via the NanoTipBot when flicking through Twitter.The @NanoTipBot is a widely used tool for sending payments on Twitter and demonstrates the ease at which Nano can securely transfer value across massive social media platforms. Having gained exposure from the #passthenano and #nanotipathon events, the use of the TipBot is on the rise and developer Andrew Mitchell has recently released the complimentary Chrome extension:https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefThe NanoTipBot Chrome extension allows users to tip via a neat inline button, tip via profile and access their Tipbot account information in their Chrome toolbar, significantly reducing the time and effort needed to fire off a couple of Nano to any of the 300+ million active users!Nano Microtransactions are making a BIG impactFollowing the launch of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension, we took a moment to pause and consider the impressive amount of active, reliable and ingenious integrations that our community of innovative developers have created and continue to maintain. The rate and quality of development is quite staggering, so we put together a blog post covering some of the most familiar and direct applications of the Nano protocol available today. If you missed it, be sure to take a quick read and ensure you are getting the most out of Nano on your daily Twitter, Discord and Reddit use!Our community development is certainly not limited to just these services, and you can expect more for us on the fantastic community infrastructure which has grown around the protocol over the last year.A huge thanks to all of our community developers and innovators!Employment NoticeIt is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Nano Foundation member Austin Ramsdale. From working the support channels in the early Discord days of RaiBlocks, his unrelenting helpfulness led to him becoming an excellent example of an assured and versatile team member. Unable to continue to commit the required time, Austin has gradually reduced his role, and will now focus on his non-crypto career. We wish him all the very best for the future, thanks for everything Austin!Achieving Adoption in Venezuela meetup details announcedRegular readers will be familiar with the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project that was recently funded by the community via the Nano Center. Intent on educating and informing the people of Caracas about the benefits of Nano and entrepreneurship, the Nano Venezuela team is excited to announce March 23rd as the date of their first meet up in Caracas:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}La Fundación Nano Venezuela te invita a compartir con nosotros. Conoce sobre las actividades y los beneficios de usar $Nano como alternativa financiera. Entra a este enlace y dale click a "Inscribirse al evento" para llenar el formulario de inscripción: https://t.co/FXaFxouvR5 — @FundacionNanoVEfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}There are other active projects in the funding phase at the Nano Center. You can donate to the NanoCrawler block explorer, who are looking for assistance in covering monthly server costs. Also, the Nano Center General Fund is always accepting donations to cover costs associated with various services. For more details or to get involved, take a trip over and have a look at some of the amazing projects from the past, present and the future!A new addition to the Community teamThis week the community team welcomed the irrepressible energy of Brian White as the newest Nano community manager. After cutting his teeth as a Discord moderator and working incredibly hard coordinating projects at the Nano Center Brian has shown the unique qualities and commitment required to be an outstanding CM — check out his welcome announcement.Reddit Thread of the Week — New Python library for NanoOur thread of the week comes from Nano Community member u/Matoking who recently posted a set of tools for handling functions related to the NANO cryptocurrency protocol in Python.This enables developers to:Create blocks by hand or deserialize blocks from JSONSolve and verify proof-of-workVerify and sign blocksConvert between different NANO denominationsThank you for your valuable contribution to the nano ecosystem!Weekly Update 3/4/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 04

Weekly Update 3/4/19

All new Twitter Chrome extension, a new community manager, NanoCenter project updates, an employment notice and moreNano extends its reachThis week the Nano ecosystem welcomed the addition of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension for Chrome users who enjoy tipping via the NanoTipBot when flicking through Twitter.The @NanoTipBot is a widely used tool for sending payments on Twitter and demonstrates the ease at which Nano can securely transfer value across massive social media platforms. Having gained exposure from the #passthenano and #nanotipathon events, the use of the TipBot is on the rise and developer Andrew Mitchell has recently released the complimentary Chrome extension:https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefThe NanoTipBot Chrome extension allows users to tip via a neat inline button, tip via profile and access their Tipbot account information in their Chrome toolbar, significantly reducing the time and effort needed to fire off a couple of Nano to any of the 300+ million active users!Nano Microtransactions are making a BIG impactFollowing the launch of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension, we took a moment to pause and consider the impressive amount of active, reliable and ingenious integrations that our community of innovative developers have created and continue to maintain. The rate and quality of development is quite staggering, so we put together a blog post covering some of the most familiar and direct applications of the Nano protocol available today. If you missed it, be sure to take a quick read and ensure you are getting the most out of Nano on your daily Twitter, Discord and Reddit use!Our community development is certainly not limited to just these services, and you can expect more for us on the fantastic community infrastructure which has grown around the protocol over the last year.A huge thanks to all of our community developers and innovators!Employment NoticeIt is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Nano Foundation member Austin Ramsdale. From working the support channels in the early Discord days of RaiBlocks, his unrelenting helpfulness led to him becoming an excellent example of an assured and versatile team member. Unable to continue to commit the required time, Austin has gradually reduced his role, and will now focus on his non-crypto career. We wish him all the very best for the future, thanks for everything Austin!Achieving Adoption in Venezuela meetup details announcedRegular readers will be familiar with the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project that was recently funded by the community via the Nano Center. Intent on educating and informing the people of Caracas about the benefits of Nano and entrepreneurship, the Nano Venezuela team is excited to announce March 23rd as the date of their first meet up in Caracas:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}La Fundación Nano Venezuela te invita a compartir con nosotros. Conoce sobre las actividades y los beneficios de usar $Nano como alternativa financiera. Entra a este enlace y dale click a "Inscribirse al evento" para llenar el formulario de inscripción: https://t.co/FXaFxouvR5 — @FundacionNanoVEfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}There are other active projects in the funding phase at the Nano Center. You can donate to the NanoCrawler block explorer, who are looking for assistance in covering monthly server costs. Also, the Nano Center General Fund is always accepting donations to cover costs associated with various services. For more details or to get involved, take a trip over and have a look at some of the amazing projects from the past, present and the future!A new addition to the Community teamThis week the community team welcomed the irrepressible energy of Brian White as the newest Nano community manager. After cutting his teeth as a Discord moderator and working incredibly hard coordinating projects at the Nano Center Brian has shown the unique qualities and commitment required to be an outstanding CM — check out his welcome announcement.Reddit Thread of the Week — New Python library for NanoOur thread of the week comes from Nano Community member u/Matoking who recently posted a set of tools for handling functions related to the NANO cryptocurrency protocol in Python.This enables developers to:Create blocks by hand or deserialize blocks from JSONSolve and verify proof-of-workVerify and sign blocksConvert between different NANO denominationsThank you for your valuable contribution to the nano ecosystem!Weekly Update 3/4/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 04

Weekly Update 3/4/19

All new Twitter Chrome extension, a new community manager, NanoCenter project updates, an employment notice and moreNano extends its reachThis week the Nano ecosystem welcomed the addition of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension for Chrome users who enjoy tipping via the NanoTipBot when flicking through Twitter.The @NanoTipBot is a widely used tool for sending payments on Twitter and demonstrates the ease at which Nano can securely transfer value across massive social media platforms. Having gained exposure from the #passthenano and #nanotipathon events, the use of the TipBot is on the rise and developer Andrew Mitchell has recently released the complimentary Chrome extension:https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefThe NanoTipBot Chrome extension allows users to tip via a neat inline button, tip via profile and access their Tipbot account information in their Chrome toolbar, significantly reducing the time and effort needed to fire off a couple of Nano to any of the 300+ million active users!Nano Microtransactions are making a BIG impactFollowing the launch of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension, we took a moment to pause and consider the impressive amount of active, reliable and ingenious integrations that our community of innovative developers have created and continue to maintain. The rate and quality of development is quite staggering, so we put together a blog post covering some of the most familiar and direct applications of the Nano protocol available today. If you missed it, be sure to take a quick read and ensure you are getting the most out of Nano on your daily Twitter, Discord and Reddit use!Our community development is certainly not limited to just these services, and you can expect more for us on the fantastic community infrastructure which has grown around the protocol over the last year.A huge thanks to all of our community developers and innovators!Employment NoticeIt is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Nano Foundation member Austin Ramsdale. From working the support channels in the early Discord days of RaiBlocks, his unrelenting helpfulness led to him becoming an excellent example of an assured and versatile team member. Unable to continue to commit the required time, Austin has gradually reduced his role, and will now focus on his non-crypto career. We wish him all the very best for the future, thanks for everything Austin!Achieving Adoption in Venezuela meetup details announcedRegular readers will be familiar with the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project that was recently funded by the community via the Nano Center. Intent on educating and informing the people of Caracas about the benefits of Nano and entrepreneurship, the Nano Venezuela team is excited to announce March 23rd as the date of their first meet up in Caracas:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}La Fundación Nano Venezuela te invita a compartir con nosotros. Conoce sobre las actividades y los beneficios de usar $Nano como alternativa financiera. Entra a este enlace y dale click a "Inscribirse al evento" para llenar el formulario de inscripción: https://t.co/FXaFxouvR5 — @FundacionNanoVEfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}There are other active projects in the funding phase at the Nano Center. You can donate to the NanoCrawler block explorer, who are looking for assistance in covering monthly server costs. Also, the Nano Center General Fund is always accepting donations to cover costs associated with various services. For more details or to get involved, take a trip over and have a look at some of the amazing projects from the past, present and the future!A new addition to the Community teamThis week the community team welcomed the irrepressible energy of Brian White as the newest Nano community manager. After cutting his teeth as a Discord moderator and working incredibly hard coordinating projects at the Nano Center Brian has shown the unique qualities and commitment required to be an outstanding CM — check out his welcome announcement.Reddit Thread of the Week — New Python library for NanoOur thread of the week comes from Nano Community member u/Matoking who recently posted a set of tools for handling functions related to the NANO cryptocurrency protocol in Python.This enables developers to:Create blocks by hand or deserialize blocks from JSONSolve and verify proof-of-workVerify and sign blocksConvert between different NANO denominationsThank you for your valuable contribution to the nano ecosystem!Weekly Update 3/4/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 04

Weekly Update 3/4/19

All new Twitter Chrome extension, a new community manager, NanoCenter project updates, an employment notice and moreNano extends its reachThis week the Nano ecosystem welcomed the addition of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension for Chrome users who enjoy tipping via the NanoTipBot when flicking through Twitter.The @NanoTipBot is a widely used tool for sending payments on Twitter and demonstrates the ease at which Nano can securely transfer value across massive social media platforms. Having gained exposure from the #passthenano and #nanotipathon events, the use of the TipBot is on the rise and developer Andrew Mitchell has recently released the complimentary Chrome extension:https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefThe NanoTipBot Chrome extension allows users to tip via a neat inline button, tip via profile and access their Tipbot account information in their Chrome toolbar, significantly reducing the time and effort needed to fire off a couple of Nano to any of the 300+ million active users!Nano Microtransactions are making a BIG impactFollowing the launch of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension, we took a moment to pause and consider the impressive amount of active, reliable and ingenious integrations that our community of innovative developers have created and continue to maintain. The rate and quality of development is quite staggering, so we put together a blog post covering some of the most familiar and direct applications of the Nano protocol available today. If you missed it, be sure to take a quick read and ensure you are getting the most out of Nano on your daily Twitter, Discord and Reddit use!Our community development is certainly not limited to just these services, and you can expect more for us on the fantastic community infrastructure which has grown around the protocol over the last year.A huge thanks to all of our community developers and innovators!Employment NoticeIt is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Nano Foundation member Austin Ramsdale. From working the support channels in the early Discord days of RaiBlocks, his unrelenting helpfulness led to him becoming an excellent example of an assured and versatile team member. Unable to continue to commit the required time, Austin has gradually reduced his role, and will now focus on his non-crypto career. We wish him all the very best for the future, thanks for everything Austin!Achieving Adoption in Venezuela meetup details announcedRegular readers will be familiar with the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project that was recently funded by the community via the Nano Center. Intent on educating and informing the people of Caracas about the benefits of Nano and entrepreneurship, the Nano Venezuela team is excited to announce March 23rd as the date of their first meet up in Caracas:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}La Fundación Nano Venezuela te invita a compartir con nosotros. Conoce sobre las actividades y los beneficios de usar $Nano como alternativa financiera. Entra a este enlace y dale click a "Inscribirse al evento" para llenar el formulario de inscripción: https://t.co/FXaFxouvR5 — @FundacionNanoVEfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}There are other active projects in the funding phase at the Nano Center. You can donate to the NanoCrawler block explorer, who are looking for assistance in covering monthly server costs. Also, the Nano Center General Fund is always accepting donations to cover costs associated with various services. For more details or to get involved, take a trip over and have a look at some of the amazing projects from the past, present and the future!A new addition to the Community teamThis week the community team welcomed the irrepressible energy of Brian White as the newest Nano community manager. After cutting his teeth as a Discord moderator and working incredibly hard coordinating projects at the Nano Center Brian has shown the unique qualities and commitment required to be an outstanding CM — check out his welcome announcement.Reddit Thread of the Week — New Python library for NanoOur thread of the week comes from Nano Community member u/Matoking who recently posted a set of tools for handling functions related to the NANO cryptocurrency protocol in Python.This enables developers to:Create blocks by hand or deserialize blocks from JSONSolve and verify proof-of-workVerify and sign blocksConvert between different NANO denominationsThank you for your valuable contribution to the nano ecosystem!Weekly Update 3/4/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 04

Weekly Update 3/4/19

All new Twitter Chrome extension, a new community manager, NanoCenter project updates, an employment notice and moreNano extends its reachThis week the Nano ecosystem welcomed the addition of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension for Chrome users who enjoy tipping via the NanoTipBot when flicking through Twitter.The @NanoTipBot is a widely used tool for sending payments on Twitter and demonstrates the ease at which Nano can securely transfer value across massive social media platforms. Having gained exposure from the #passthenano and #nanotipathon events, the use of the TipBot is on the rise and developer Andrew Mitchell has recently released the complimentary Chrome extension:https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefThe NanoTipBot Chrome extension allows users to tip via a neat inline button, tip via profile and access their Tipbot account information in their Chrome toolbar, significantly reducing the time and effort needed to fire off a couple of Nano to any of the 300+ million active users!Nano Microtransactions are making a BIG impactFollowing the launch of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension, we took a moment to pause and consider the impressive amount of active, reliable and ingenious integrations that our community of innovative developers have created and continue to maintain. The rate and quality of development is quite staggering, so we put together a blog post covering some of the most familiar and direct applications of the Nano protocol available today. If you missed it, be sure to take a quick read and ensure you are getting the most out of Nano on your daily Twitter, Discord and Reddit use!Our community development is certainly not limited to just these services, and you can expect more for us on the fantastic community infrastructure which has grown around the protocol over the last year.A huge thanks to all of our community developers and innovators!Employment NoticeIt is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Nano Foundation member Austin Ramsdale. From working the support channels in the early Discord days of RaiBlocks, his unrelenting helpfulness led to him becoming an excellent example of an assured and versatile team member. Unable to continue to commit the required time, Austin has gradually reduced his role, and will now focus on his non-crypto career. We wish him all the very best for the future, thanks for everything Austin!Achieving Adoption in Venezuela meetup details announcedRegular readers will be familiar with the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project that was recently funded by the community via the Nano Center. Intent on educating and informing the people of Caracas about the benefits of Nano and entrepreneurship, the Nano Venezuela team is excited to announce March 23rd as the date of their first meet up in Caracas:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}La Fundación Nano Venezuela te invita a compartir con nosotros. Conoce sobre las actividades y los beneficios de usar $Nano como alternativa financiera. Entra a este enlace y dale click a "Inscribirse al evento" para llenar el formulario de inscripción: https://t.co/FXaFxouvR5 — @FundacionNanoVEfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}There are other active projects in the funding phase at the Nano Center. You can donate to the NanoCrawler block explorer, who are looking for assistance in covering monthly server costs. Also, the Nano Center General Fund is always accepting donations to cover costs associated with various services. For more details or to get involved, take a trip over and have a look at some of the amazing projects from the past, present and the future!A new addition to the Community teamThis week the community team welcomed the irrepressible energy of Brian White as the newest Nano community manager. After cutting his teeth as a Discord moderator and working incredibly hard coordinating projects at the Nano Center Brian has shown the unique qualities and commitment required to be an outstanding CM — check out his welcome announcement.Reddit Thread of the Week — New Python library for NanoOur thread of the week comes from Nano Community member u/Matoking who recently posted a set of tools for handling functions related to the NANO cryptocurrency protocol in Python.This enables developers to:Create blocks by hand or deserialize blocks from JSONSolve and verify proof-of-workVerify and sign blocksConvert between different NANO denominationsThank you for your valuable contribution to the nano ecosystem!Weekly Update 3/4/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 04

Weekly Update 3/4/19

All new Twitter Chrome extension, a new community manager, NanoCenter project updates, an employment notice and moreNano extends its reachThis week the Nano ecosystem welcomed the addition of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension for Chrome users who enjoy tipping via the NanoTipBot when flicking through Twitter.The @NanoTipBot is a widely used tool for sending payments on Twitter and demonstrates the ease at which Nano can securely transfer value across massive social media platforms. Having gained exposure from the #passthenano and #nanotipathon events, the use of the TipBot is on the rise and developer Andrew Mitchell has recently released the complimentary Chrome extension:https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefThe NanoTipBot Chrome extension allows users to tip via a neat inline button, tip via profile and access their Tipbot account information in their Chrome toolbar, significantly reducing the time and effort needed to fire off a couple of Nano to any of the 300+ million active users!Nano Microtransactions are making a BIG impactFollowing the launch of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension, we took a moment to pause and consider the impressive amount of active, reliable and ingenious integrations that our community of innovative developers have created and continue to maintain. The rate and quality of development is quite staggering, so we put together a blog post covering some of the most familiar and direct applications of the Nano protocol available today. If you missed it, be sure to take a quick read and ensure you are getting the most out of Nano on your daily Twitter, Discord and Reddit use!Our community development is certainly not limited to just these services, and you can expect more for us on the fantastic community infrastructure which has grown around the protocol over the last year.A huge thanks to all of our community developers and innovators!Employment NoticeIt is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Nano Foundation member Austin Ramsdale. From working the support channels in the early Discord days of RaiBlocks, his unrelenting helpfulness led to him becoming an excellent example of an assured and versatile team member. Unable to continue to commit the required time, Austin has gradually reduced his role, and will now focus on his non-crypto career. We wish him all the very best for the future, thanks for everything Austin!Achieving Adoption in Venezuela meetup details announcedRegular readers will be familiar with the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project that was recently funded by the community via the Nano Center. Intent on educating and informing the people of Caracas about the benefits of Nano and entrepreneurship, the Nano Venezuela team is excited to announce March 23rd as the date of their first meet up in Caracas:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}La Fundación Nano Venezuela te invita a compartir con nosotros. Conoce sobre las actividades y los beneficios de usar $Nano como alternativa financiera. Entra a este enlace y dale click a "Inscribirse al evento" para llenar el formulario de inscripción: https://t.co/FXaFxouvR5 — @FundacionNanoVEfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}There are other active projects in the funding phase at the Nano Center. You can donate to the NanoCrawler block explorer, who are looking for assistance in covering monthly server costs. Also, the Nano Center General Fund is always accepting donations to cover costs associated with various services. For more details or to get involved, take a trip over and have a look at some of the amazing projects from the past, present and the future!A new addition to the Community teamThis week the community team welcomed the irrepressible energy of Brian White as the newest Nano community manager. After cutting his teeth as a Discord moderator and working incredibly hard coordinating projects at the Nano Center Brian has shown the unique qualities and commitment required to be an outstanding CM — check out his welcome announcement.Reddit Thread of the Week — New Python library for NanoOur thread of the week comes from Nano Community member u/Matoking who recently posted a set of tools for handling functions related to the NANO cryptocurrency protocol in Python.This enables developers to:Create blocks by hand or deserialize blocks from JSONSolve and verify proof-of-workVerify and sign blocksConvert between different NANO denominationsThank you for your valuable contribution to the nano ecosystem!Weekly Update 3/4/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 04

Weekly Update 3/4/19

All new Twitter Chrome extension, a new community manager, NanoCenter project updates, an employment notice and moreNano extends its reachThis week the Nano ecosystem welcomed the addition of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension for Chrome users who enjoy tipping via the NanoTipBot when flicking through Twitter.The @NanoTipBot is a widely used tool for sending payments on Twitter and demonstrates the ease at which Nano can securely transfer value across massive social media platforms. Having gained exposure from the #passthenano and #nanotipathon events, the use of the TipBot is on the rise and developer Andrew Mitchell has recently released the complimentary Chrome extension:https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefThe NanoTipBot Chrome extension allows users to tip via a neat inline button, tip via profile and access their Tipbot account information in their Chrome toolbar, significantly reducing the time and effort needed to fire off a couple of Nano to any of the 300+ million active users!Nano Microtransactions are making a BIG impactFollowing the launch of the NanoTipBot Chrome extension, we took a moment to pause and consider the impressive amount of active, reliable and ingenious integrations that our community of innovative developers have created and continue to maintain. The rate and quality of development is quite staggering, so we put together a blog post covering some of the most familiar and direct applications of the Nano protocol available today. If you missed it, be sure to take a quick read and ensure you are getting the most out of Nano on your daily Twitter, Discord and Reddit use!Our community development is certainly not limited to just these services, and you can expect more for us on the fantastic community infrastructure which has grown around the protocol over the last year.A huge thanks to all of our community developers and innovators!Employment NoticeIt is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Nano Foundation member Austin Ramsdale. From working the support channels in the early Discord days of RaiBlocks, his unrelenting helpfulness led to him becoming an excellent example of an assured and versatile team member. Unable to continue to commit the required time, Austin has gradually reduced his role, and will now focus on his non-crypto career. We wish him all the very best for the future, thanks for everything Austin!Achieving Adoption in Venezuela meetup details announcedRegular readers will be familiar with the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project that was recently funded by the community via the Nano Center. Intent on educating and informing the people of Caracas about the benefits of Nano and entrepreneurship, the Nano Venezuela team is excited to announce March 23rd as the date of their first meet up in Caracas:body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}La Fundación Nano Venezuela te invita a compartir con nosotros. Conoce sobre las actividades y los beneficios de usar $Nano como alternativa financiera. Entra a este enlace y dale click a "Inscribirse al evento" para llenar el formulario de inscripción: https://t.co/FXaFxouvR5 — @FundacionNanoVEfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}There are other active projects in the funding phase at the Nano Center. You can donate to the NanoCrawler block explorer, who are looking for assistance in covering monthly server costs. Also, the Nano Center General Fund is always accepting donations to cover costs associated with various services. For more details or to get involved, take a trip over and have a look at some of the amazing projects from the past, present and the future!A new addition to the Community teamThis week the community team welcomed the irrepressible energy of Brian White as the newest Nano community manager. After cutting his teeth as a Discord moderator and working incredibly hard coordinating projects at the Nano Center Brian has shown the unique qualities and commitment required to be an outstanding CM — check out his welcome announcement.Reddit Thread of the Week — New Python library for NanoOur thread of the week comes from Nano Community member u/Matoking who recently posted a set of tools for handling functions related to the NANO cryptocurrency protocol in Python.This enables developers to:Create blocks by hand or deserialize blocks from JSONSolve and verify proof-of-workVerify and sign blocksConvert between different NANO denominationsThank you for your valuable contribution to the nano ecosystem!Weekly Update 3/4/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 04

Nano — Digital Money is Here!

Nano — Digital Money is Here!It’s secure, accessible, green and available on the platforms we visit everyday.Nano is evolving alongside the world’s changing attitude towards money and payments. Providing an accessible platform for efficient transactions, Nano can be easily integrated into existing established services, which paves the way for the early adoption of digital currencies.Driven by the desire to create a genuinely scalable cryptocurrency, Nano founder Colin LeMahieu focused on developing the most efficient decentralized transfer of value possible. Launched in 2015 as an already working protocol, Nano has been improved upon extensively throughout 2018 and early 2019, resulting in an ultrafast, fee-less protocol that the developer community has warmly embraced.The lightweight protocol allows integrations to bring true microtransaction capabilities onto the world’s favorite applications. Nano’s ability to be embedded on many different levels across varying social media and communication platforms, products, and games, shows the very first glimpse of the real utility of a pure cryptocurrency. The following highlighted services are all utilizing Nano in different ways, but collectively they offer a teaser at the potential of a digital peer to peer transfer of value. Hopefully they will help you understand its potential and inspire you to interact yourself — the future is brightTwitterAs one of the most active platforms in the world, and a popular hotbed of cryptocurrency discussion, Twitter represents an incredible opportunity to spread the word about the functionality and intuitive nature of Nano.Created in September 2018, The Nano Tip Bot on Twitter (@NanoTipBot) is an outstanding example of Nano integration, allowing users to quickly and easily send and receive Nano tips back and forth on the platform. The Nano Tip Bot (which shares a remarkable likeness to R2D2) was an instant hit in the Nano community and is an original and seamless application of the protocol into an already well-established medium.“I wanted to give a tool to people who could introduce new users to Nano. On Twitter, there are 336 million active users. Anyone of them can now receive a tip without leaving the website, which I think is pretty powerful. Every tip mentions the $NANO cash tag, so anyone searching for it could stumble upon the bot and get some publicity through that as well. And now, anyone can reward or introduce someone to Nano without the hassle of setting up a wallet,” said Andrew Mitchell.The recent addition of a Chrome extension dramatically improves the user experience, making it extremely easy to start tipping and managing your tipbot account. All in all a fantastic addition to an already stellar utilization of the Nano currency.https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefRedditThe Reddit Nano Tipbot is a recent addition to the Nano ecosystem and it allows any Reddit user to tip Nano across the entirety of the Reddit environment at any time they want!While replying to any comment users can send a !ntip <amount> or !nano_tip <amount> to send Nano to the designated Redditor. Additionally, the Reddit Nano Tipbot (u/nano_tipper) can be tagged in a reply to any user across Reddit if you wish to send Nano to a user on an untracked subreddit.“ Writing this bot for any other currency isn’t close to as easy as it is with Nano,..For Bitcoin, fees are high so you need to make a whole centralized database to handle microtransactions. For other coins, you need to calculate fees and account minimums. For Nano, just send it. Nothing more,” said u/Zily88.Considering the enormity of the platform and its content-focused nature, this tool offers an exciting opportunity for users to start rewarding their favorite content directly!Twitchhttps://medium.com/media/cb709c80842619092e4972ff08aa6d72/hrefThe ability to tip your favorite streamers on Twitch started back in February of 2018. Nano, integrated with Streamlabs, allows fans to tip their favorite streamers via the Brainblocks payment processor. Tying your streamer account with the Nano tip system is a breeze — just go to https://nanotwit.ch/ and follow the instructions!Nano Gaminghttps://medium.com/media/07f05a170e99aeff996cf219679949a5/hrefLarge and ambitious strides have been made in recent months by the teams behind ‘NanoQuake’ and ‘Player Killers Exchange.’ Showcasing the seamless nature of Nano microtransaction integration, both games have integrated light wallets and Nano reward structures into their base games!NanoQuake, the playable proof-of-concept created by James Coxon, integrates Nano into the old gamers’ favorite ‘Quake 2’. The team over at The Nano Center continues to update and upgrade the game client, refining the implementation and performing crucial development work for the future of gaming integrations.“Everyone talks about microtransactions as a theory, but Nano Quake shows this in action. We’ve had some other folks that have popped in the channel asking about how to integrate into their favorite games, and that is really exciting to me!,” said Andrew Mitchell.Users can download the most recent build on GitHub. Have any questions? Come stop by the Nano Center Discord. The friendly users there will quickly get you up to speed in how you can partake in the fun!https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefFollowing the exposure of NanoQuake, other game developers have begun using the Nano protocol to integrate microtransactions into games of their own. One such example is a new game, Player Killers Exchange. PKE is a free online game with a Nano integrated light wallet and microtransaction system, gamers can eliminate NPCs (nonplayer characters) for weapons and upgrades as well as a small percentage of the game’s Nano faucet supply. No Nano deposits are necessary, but you have the option to bid Nano at the start of the game for increased starting lives, gear, and the ability to retain your inventory upon death. PKE gives the Nano community another flawless integration of Nano within a working game and yet another fun way to win some free Nano!DiscordThe Nano Discord tip bot was developed in 2017 to allow all Discord users to easily send and receive Nano tips on the popular communications platform. Continually evolving to give the community more commands and options when tipping, the Discord tip bot has been a mainstay within the Discord community since creation. If you haven’t interacted with it before, send Nano-Tip-Bot #5753 the message “!help” and it will start up your journey of Nano Discord tipping!The ease of integrating Nano microtransactions into services has become an open secret and the numbers of exciting projects are growing all the time. The goal of being a simple, light, and efficient cryptocurrency remains the focus of the Nano Foundation, and we are inspired by the brilliantly innovative developers solving real-world problems with the Nano protocol.We want to thank all the developers from around the world that comprise the Nano community, we are proud to share this journey with such enthusiastic and talented visionaries.Nano — Digital Money is Here! was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 02

Nano — Digital Money is Here!

Nano — Digital Money is Here!It’s secure, accessible, green and available on the platforms we visit everyday.Nano is evolving alongside the world’s changing attitude towards money and payments. Providing an accessible platform for efficient transactions, Nano can be easily integrated into existing established services, which paves the way for the early adoption of digital currencies.Driven by the desire to create a genuinely scalable cryptocurrency, Nano founder Colin LeMahieu focused on developing the most efficient decentralized transfer of value possible. Launched in 2015 as an already working protocol, Nano has been improved upon extensively throughout 2018 and early 2019, resulting in an ultrafast, fee-less protocol that the developer community has warmly embraced.The lightweight protocol allows integrations to bring true microtransaction capabilities onto the world’s favorite applications. Nano’s ability to be embedded on many different levels across varying social media and communication platforms, products, and games, shows the very first glimpse of the real utility of a pure cryptocurrency. The following highlighted services are all utilizing Nano in different ways, but collectively they offer a teaser at the potential of a digital peer to peer transfer of value. Hopefully they will help you understand its potential and inspire you to interact yourself — the future is brightTwitterAs one of the most active platforms in the world, and a popular hotbed of cryptocurrency discussion, Twitter represents an incredible opportunity to spread the word about the functionality and intuitive nature of Nano.Created in September 2018, The Nano Tip Bot on Twitter (@NanoTipBot) is an outstanding example of Nano integration, allowing users to quickly and easily send and receive Nano tips back and forth on the platform. The Nano Tip Bot (which shares a remarkable likeness to R2D2) was an instant hit in the Nano community and is an original and seamless application of the protocol into an already well-established medium.“I wanted to give a tool to people who could introduce new users to Nano. On Twitter, there are 336 million active users. Anyone of them can now receive a tip without leaving the website, which I think is pretty powerful. Every tip mentions the $NANO cash tag, so anyone searching for it could stumble upon the bot and get some publicity through that as well. And now, anyone can reward or introduce someone to Nano without the hassle of setting up a wallet,” said Andrew Mitchell.The recent addition of a Chrome extension dramatically improves the user experience, making it extremely easy to start tipping and managing your tipbot account. All in all a fantastic addition to an already stellar utilization of the Nano currency.https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefRedditThe Reddit Nano Tipbot is a recent addition to the Nano ecosystem and it allows any Reddit user to tip Nano across the entirety of the Reddit environment at any time they want!While replying to any comment users can send a !ntip <amount> or !nano_tip <amount> to send Nano to the designated Redditor. Additionally, the Reddit Nano Tipbot (u/nano_tipper) can be tagged in a reply to any user across Reddit if you wish to send Nano to a user on an untracked subreddit.“ Writing this bot for any other currency isn’t close to as easy as it is with Nano,..For Bitcoin, fees are high so you need to make a whole centralized database to handle microtransactions. For other coins, you need to calculate fees and account minimums. For Nano, just send it. Nothing more,” said u/Zily88.Considering the enormity of the platform and its content-focused nature, this tool offers an exciting opportunity for users to start rewarding their favorite content directly!Twitchhttps://medium.com/media/cb709c80842619092e4972ff08aa6d72/hrefThe ability to tip your favorite streamers on Twitch started back in February of 2018. Nano, integrated with Streamlabs, allows fans to tip their favorite streamers via the Brainblocks payment processor. Tying your streamer account with the Nano tip system is a breeze — just go to https://nanotwit.ch/ and follow the instructions!Nano Gaminghttps://medium.com/media/07f05a170e99aeff996cf219679949a5/hrefLarge and ambitious strides have been made in recent months by the teams behind ‘NanoQuake’ and ‘Player Killers Exchange.’ Showcasing the seamless nature of Nano microtransaction integration, both games have integrated light wallets and Nano reward structures into their base games!NanoQuake, the playable proof-of-concept created by James Coxon, integrates Nano into the old gamers’ favorite ‘Quake 2’. The team over at The Nano Center continues to update and upgrade the game client, refining the implementation and performing crucial development work for the future of gaming integrations.“Everyone talks about microtransactions as a theory, but Nano Quake shows this in action. We’ve had some other folks that have popped in the channel asking about how to integrate into their favorite games, and that is really exciting to me!,” said Andrew Mitchell.Users can download the most recent build on GitHub. Have any questions? Come stop by the Nano Center Discord. The friendly users there will quickly get you up to speed in how you can partake in the fun!https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefFollowing the exposure of NanoQuake, other game developers have begun using the Nano protocol to integrate microtransactions into games of their own. One such example is a new game, Player Killers Exchange. PKE is a free online game with a Nano integrated light wallet and microtransaction system, gamers can eliminate NPCs (nonplayer characters) for weapons and upgrades as well as a small percentage of the game’s Nano faucet supply. No Nano deposits are necessary, but you have the option to bid Nano at the start of the game for increased starting lives, gear, and the ability to retain your inventory upon death. PKE gives the Nano community another flawless integration of Nano within a working game and yet another fun way to win some free Nano!DiscordThe Nano Discord tip bot was developed in 2017 to allow all Discord users to easily send and receive Nano tips on the popular communications platform. Continually evolving to give the community more commands and options when tipping, the Discord tip bot has been a mainstay within the Discord community since creation. If you haven’t interacted with it before, send Nano-Tip-Bot #5753 the message “!help” and it will start up your journey of Nano Discord tipping!The ease of integrating Nano microtransactions into services has become an open secret and the numbers of exciting projects are growing all the time. The goal of being a simple, light, and efficient cryptocurrency remains the focus of the Nano Foundation, and we are inspired by the brilliantly innovative developers solving real-world problems with the Nano protocol.We want to thank all the developers from around the world that comprise the Nano community, we are proud to share this journey with such enthusiastic and talented visionaries.Nano — Digital Money is Here! was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 02

Nano — Digital Money is Here!

Nano — Digital Money is Here!It’s secure, accessible, green and available on the platforms we visit everyday.Nano is evolving alongside the world’s changing attitude towards money and payments. Providing an accessible platform for efficient transactions, Nano can be easily integrated into existing established services, which paves the way for the early adoption of digital currencies.Driven by the desire to create a genuinely scalable cryptocurrency, Nano founder Colin LeMahieu focused on developing the most efficient decentralized transfer of value possible. Launched in 2015 as an already working protocol, Nano has been improved upon extensively throughout 2018 and early 2019, resulting in an ultrafast, fee-less protocol that the developer community has warmly embraced.The lightweight protocol allows integrations to bring true microtransaction capabilities onto the world’s favorite applications. Nano’s ability to be embedded on many different levels across varying social media and communication platforms, products, and games, shows the very first glimpse of the real utility of a pure cryptocurrency. The following highlighted services are all utilizing Nano in different ways, but collectively they offer a teaser at the potential of a digital peer to peer transfer of value. Hopefully they will help you understand its potential and inspire you to interact yourself — the future is brightTwitterAs one of the most active platforms in the world, and a popular hotbed of cryptocurrency discussion, Twitter represents an incredible opportunity to spread the word about the functionality and intuitive nature of Nano.Created in September 2018, The Nano Tip Bot on Twitter (@NanoTipBot) is an outstanding example of Nano integration, allowing users to quickly and easily send and receive Nano tips back and forth on the platform. The Nano Tip Bot (which shares a remarkable likeness to R2D2) was an instant hit in the Nano community and is an original and seamless application of the protocol into an already well-established medium.“I wanted to give a tool to people who could introduce new users to Nano. On Twitter, there are 336 million active users. Anyone of them can now receive a tip without leaving the website, which I think is pretty powerful. Every tip mentions the $NANO cash tag, so anyone searching for it could stumble upon the bot and get some publicity through that as well. And now, anyone can reward or introduce someone to Nano without the hassle of setting up a wallet,” said Andrew Mitchell.The recent addition of a Chrome extension dramatically improves the user experience, making it extremely easy to start tipping and managing your tipbot account. All in all a fantastic addition to an already stellar utilization of the Nano currency.https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefRedditThe Reddit Nano Tipbot is a recent addition to the Nano ecosystem and it allows any Reddit user to tip Nano across the entirety of the Reddit environment at any time they want!While replying to any comment users can send a !ntip <amount> or !nano_tip <amount> to send Nano to the designated Redditor. Additionally, the Reddit Nano Tipbot (u/nano_tipper) can be tagged in a reply to any user across Reddit if you wish to send Nano to a user on an untracked subreddit.“ Writing this bot for any other currency isn’t close to as easy as it is with Nano,..For Bitcoin, fees are high so you need to make a whole centralized database to handle microtransactions. For other coins, you need to calculate fees and account minimums. For Nano, just send it. Nothing more,” said u/Zily88.Considering the enormity of the platform and its content-focused nature, this tool offers an exciting opportunity for users to start rewarding their favorite content directly!Twitchhttps://medium.com/media/cb709c80842619092e4972ff08aa6d72/hrefThe ability to tip your favorite streamers on Twitch started back in February of 2018. Nano, integrated with Streamlabs, allows fans to tip their favorite streamers via the Brainblocks payment processor. Tying your streamer account with the Nano tip system is a breeze — just go to https://nanotwit.ch/ and follow the instructions!Nano Gaminghttps://medium.com/media/07f05a170e99aeff996cf219679949a5/hrefLarge and ambitious strides have been made in recent months by the teams behind ‘NanoQuake’ and ‘Player Killers Exchange.’ Showcasing the seamless nature of Nano microtransaction integration, both games have integrated light wallets and Nano reward structures into their base games!NanoQuake, the playable proof-of-concept created by James Coxon, integrates Nano into the old gamers’ favorite ‘Quake 2’. The team over at The Nano Center continues to update and upgrade the game client, refining the implementation and performing crucial development work for the future of gaming integrations.“Everyone talks about microtransactions as a theory, but Nano Quake shows this in action. We’ve had some other folks that have popped in the channel asking about how to integrate into their favorite games, and that is really exciting to me!,” said Andrew Mitchell.Users can download the most recent build on GitHub. Have any questions? Come stop by the Nano Center Discord. The friendly users there will quickly get you up to speed in how you can partake in the fun!https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefFollowing the exposure of NanoQuake, other game developers have begun using the Nano protocol to integrate microtransactions into games of their own. One such example is a new game, Player Killers Exchange. PKE is a free online game with a Nano integrated light wallet and microtransaction system, gamers can eliminate NPCs (nonplayer characters) for weapons and upgrades as well as a small percentage of the game’s Nano faucet supply. No Nano deposits are necessary, but you have the option to bid Nano at the start of the game for increased starting lives, gear, and the ability to retain your inventory upon death. PKE gives the Nano community another flawless integration of Nano within a working game and yet another fun way to win some free Nano!DiscordThe Nano Discord tip bot was developed in 2017 to allow all Discord users to easily send and receive Nano tips on the popular communications platform. Continually evolving to give the community more commands and options when tipping, the Discord tip bot has been a mainstay within the Discord community since creation. If you haven’t interacted with it before, send Nano-Tip-Bot #5753 the message “!help” and it will start up your journey of Nano Discord tipping!The ease of integrating Nano microtransactions into services has become an open secret and the numbers of exciting projects are growing all the time. The goal of being a simple, light, and efficient cryptocurrency remains the focus of the Nano Foundation, and we are inspired by the brilliantly innovative developers solving real-world problems with the Nano protocol.We want to thank all the developers from around the world that comprise the Nano community, we are proud to share this journey with such enthusiastic and talented visionaries.Nano — Digital Money is Here! was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 02

Nano — Digital Money is Here!

Nano — Digital Money is Here!It’s secure, accessible, green and available on the platforms we visit everyday.Nano is evolving alongside the world’s changing attitude towards money and payments. Providing an accessible platform for efficient transactions, Nano can be easily integrated into existing established services, which paves the way for the early adoption of digital currencies.Driven by the desire to create a genuinely scalable cryptocurrency, Nano founder Colin LeMahieu focused on developing the most efficient decentralized transfer of value possible. Launched in 2015 as an already working protocol, Nano has been improved upon extensively throughout 2018 and early 2019, resulting in an ultrafast, fee-less protocol that the developer community has warmly embraced.The lightweight protocol allows integrations to bring true microtransaction capabilities onto the world’s favorite applications. Nano’s ability to be embedded on many different levels across varying social media and communication platforms, products, and games, shows the very first glimpse of the real utility of a pure cryptocurrency. The following highlighted services are all utilizing Nano in different ways, but collectively they offer a teaser at the potential of a digital peer to peer transfer of value. Hopefully they will help you understand its potential and inspire you to interact yourself — the future is brightTwitterAs one of the most active platforms in the world, and a popular hotbed of cryptocurrency discussion, Twitter represents an incredible opportunity to spread the word about the functionality and intuitive nature of Nano.Created in September 2018, The Nano Tip Bot on Twitter (@NanoTipBot) is an outstanding example of Nano integration, allowing users to quickly and easily send and receive Nano tips back and forth on the platform. The Nano Tip Bot (which shares a remarkable likeness to R2D2) was an instant hit in the Nano community and is an original and seamless application of the protocol into an already well-established medium.“I wanted to give a tool to people who could introduce new users to Nano. On Twitter, there are 336 million active users. Anyone of them can now receive a tip without leaving the website, which I think is pretty powerful. Every tip mentions the $NANO cash tag, so anyone searching for it could stumble upon the bot and get some publicity through that as well. And now, anyone can reward or introduce someone to Nano without the hassle of setting up a wallet,” said Andrew Mitchell.The recent addition of a Chrome extension dramatically improves the user experience, making it extremely easy to start tipping and managing your tipbot account. All in all a fantastic addition to an already stellar utilization of the Nano currency.https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefRedditThe Reddit Nano Tipbot is a recent addition to the Nano ecosystem and it allows any Reddit user to tip Nano across the entirety of the Reddit environment at any time they want!While replying to any comment users can send a !ntip <amount> or !nano_tip <amount> to send Nano to the designated Redditor. Additionally, the Reddit Nano Tipbot (u/nano_tipper) can be tagged in a reply to any user across Reddit if you wish to send Nano to a user on an untracked subreddit.“ Writing this bot for any other currency isn’t close to as easy as it is with Nano,..For Bitcoin, fees are high so you need to make a whole centralized database to handle microtransactions. For other coins, you need to calculate fees and account minimums. For Nano, just send it. Nothing more,” said u/Zily88.Considering the enormity of the platform and its content-focused nature, this tool offers an exciting opportunity for users to start rewarding their favorite content directly!Twitchhttps://medium.com/media/cb709c80842619092e4972ff08aa6d72/hrefThe ability to tip your favorite streamers on Twitch started back in February of 2018. Nano, integrated with Streamlabs, allows fans to tip their favorite streamers via the Brainblocks payment processor. Tying your streamer account with the Nano tip system is a breeze — just go to https://nanotwit.ch/ and follow the instructions!Nano Gaminghttps://medium.com/media/07f05a170e99aeff996cf219679949a5/hrefLarge and ambitious strides have been made in recent months by the teams behind ‘NanoQuake’ and ‘Player Killers Exchange.’ Showcasing the seamless nature of Nano microtransaction integration, both games have integrated light wallets and Nano reward structures into their base games!NanoQuake, the playable proof-of-concept created by James Coxon, integrates Nano into the old gamers’ favorite ‘Quake 2’. The team over at The Nano Center continues to update and upgrade the game client, refining the implementation and performing crucial development work for the future of gaming integrations.“Everyone talks about microtransactions as a theory, but Nano Quake shows this in action. We’ve had some other folks that have popped in the channel asking about how to integrate into their favorite games, and that is really exciting to me!,” said Andrew Mitchell.Users can download the most recent build on GitHub. Have any questions? Come stop by the Nano Center Discord. The friendly users there will quickly get you up to speed in how you can partake in the fun!https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefFollowing the exposure of NanoQuake, other game developers have begun using the Nano protocol to integrate microtransactions into games of their own. One such example is a new game, Player Killers Exchange. PKE is a free online game with a Nano integrated light wallet and microtransaction system, gamers can eliminate NPCs (nonplayer characters) for weapons and upgrades as well as a small percentage of the game’s Nano faucet supply. No Nano deposits are necessary, but you have the option to bid Nano at the start of the game for increased starting lives, gear, and the ability to retain your inventory upon death. PKE gives the Nano community another flawless integration of Nano within a working game and yet another fun way to win some free Nano!DiscordThe Nano Discord tip bot was developed in 2017 to allow all Discord users to easily send and receive Nano tips on the popular communications platform. Continually evolving to give the community more commands and options when tipping, the Discord tip bot has been a mainstay within the Discord community since creation. If you haven’t interacted with it before, send Nano-Tip-Bot #5753 the message “!help” and it will start up your journey of Nano Discord tipping!The ease of integrating Nano microtransactions into services has become an open secret and the numbers of exciting projects are growing all the time. The goal of being a simple, light, and efficient cryptocurrency remains the focus of the Nano Foundation, and we are inspired by the brilliantly innovative developers solving real-world problems with the Nano protocol.We want to thank all the developers from around the world that comprise the Nano community, we are proud to share this journey with such enthusiastic and talented visionaries.Nano — Digital Money is Here! was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 02

Nano — Digital Money is Here!

Nano — Digital Money is Here!It’s secure, accessible, green and available on the platforms we visit everyday.Nano is evolving alongside the world’s changing attitude towards money and payments. Providing an accessible platform for efficient transactions, Nano can be easily integrated into existing established services, which paves the way for the early adoption of digital currencies.Driven by the desire to create a genuinely scalable cryptocurrency, Nano founder Colin LeMahieu focused on developing the most efficient decentralized transfer of value possible. Launched in 2015 as an already working protocol, Nano has been improved upon extensively throughout 2018 and early 2019, resulting in an ultrafast, fee-less protocol that the developer community has warmly embraced.The lightweight protocol allows integrations to bring true microtransaction capabilities onto the world’s favorite applications. Nano’s ability to be embedded on many different levels across varying social media and communication platforms, products, and games, shows the very first glimpse of the real utility of a pure cryptocurrency. The following highlighted services are all utilizing Nano in different ways, but collectively they offer a teaser at the potential of a digital peer to peer transfer of value. Hopefully they will help you understand its potential and inspire you to interact yourself — the future is brightTwitterAs one of the most active platforms in the world, and a popular hotbed of cryptocurrency discussion, Twitter represents an incredible opportunity to spread the word about the functionality and intuitive nature of Nano.Created in September 2018, The Nano Tip Bot on Twitter (@NanoTipBot) is an outstanding example of Nano integration, allowing users to quickly and easily send and receive Nano tips back and forth on the platform. The Nano Tip Bot (which shares a remarkable likeness to R2D2) was an instant hit in the Nano community and is an original and seamless application of the protocol into an already well-established medium.“I wanted to give a tool to people who could introduce new users to Nano. On Twitter, there are 336 million active users. Anyone of them can now receive a tip without leaving the website, which I think is pretty powerful. Every tip mentions the $NANO cash tag, so anyone searching for it could stumble upon the bot and get some publicity through that as well. And now, anyone can reward or introduce someone to Nano without the hassle of setting up a wallet,” said Andrew Mitchell.The recent addition of a Chrome extension dramatically improves the user experience, making it extremely easy to start tipping and managing your tipbot account. All in all a fantastic addition to an already stellar utilization of the Nano currency.https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefRedditThe Reddit Nano Tipbot is a recent addition to the Nano ecosystem and it allows any Reddit user to tip Nano across the entirety of the Reddit environment at any time they want!While replying to any comment users can send a !ntip <amount> or !nano_tip <amount> to send Nano to the designated Redditor. Additionally, the Reddit Nano Tipbot (u/nano_tipper) can be tagged in a reply to any user across Reddit if you wish to send Nano to a user on an untracked subreddit.“ Writing this bot for any other currency isn’t close to as easy as it is with Nano,..For Bitcoin, fees are high so you need to make a whole centralized database to handle microtransactions. For other coins, you need to calculate fees and account minimums. For Nano, just send it. Nothing more,” said u/Zily88.Considering the enormity of the platform and its content-focused nature, this tool offers an exciting opportunity for users to start rewarding their favorite content directly!Twitchhttps://medium.com/media/cb709c80842619092e4972ff08aa6d72/hrefThe ability to tip your favorite streamers on Twitch started back in February of 2018. Nano, integrated with Streamlabs, allows fans to tip their favorite streamers via the Brainblocks payment processor. Tying your streamer account with the Nano tip system is a breeze — just go to https://nanotwit.ch/ and follow the instructions!Nano Gaminghttps://medium.com/media/07f05a170e99aeff996cf219679949a5/hrefLarge and ambitious strides have been made in recent months by the teams behind ‘NanoQuake’ and ‘Player Killers Exchange.’ Showcasing the seamless nature of Nano microtransaction integration, both games have integrated light wallets and Nano reward structures into their base games!NanoQuake, the playable proof-of-concept created by James Coxon, integrates Nano into the old gamers’ favorite ‘Quake 2’. The team over at The Nano Center continues to update and upgrade the game client, refining the implementation and performing crucial development work for the future of gaming integrations.“Everyone talks about microtransactions as a theory, but Nano Quake shows this in action. We’ve had some other folks that have popped in the channel asking about how to integrate into their favorite games, and that is really exciting to me!,” said Andrew Mitchell.Users can download the most recent build on GitHub. Have any questions? Come stop by the Nano Center Discord. The friendly users there will quickly get you up to speed in how you can partake in the fun!https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefFollowing the exposure of NanoQuake, other game developers have begun using the Nano protocol to integrate microtransactions into games of their own. One such example is a new game, Player Killers Exchange. PKE is a free online game with a Nano integrated light wallet and microtransaction system, gamers can eliminate NPCs (nonplayer characters) for weapons and upgrades as well as a small percentage of the game’s Nano faucet supply. No Nano deposits are necessary, but you have the option to bid Nano at the start of the game for increased starting lives, gear, and the ability to retain your inventory upon death. PKE gives the Nano community another flawless integration of Nano within a working game and yet another fun way to win some free Nano!DiscordThe Nano Discord tip bot was developed in 2017 to allow all Discord users to easily send and receive Nano tips on the popular communications platform. Continually evolving to give the community more commands and options when tipping, the Discord tip bot has been a mainstay within the Discord community since creation. If you haven’t interacted with it before, send Nano-Tip-Bot #5753 the message “!help” and it will start up your journey of Nano Discord tipping!The ease of integrating Nano microtransactions into services has become an open secret and the numbers of exciting projects are growing all the time. The goal of being a simple, light, and efficient cryptocurrency remains the focus of the Nano Foundation, and we are inspired by the brilliantly innovative developers solving real-world problems with the Nano protocol.We want to thank all the developers from around the world that comprise the Nano community, we are proud to share this journey with such enthusiastic and talented visionaries.Nano — Digital Money is Here! was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 02

Nano — Digital Money is Here!

Nano — Digital Money is Here!It’s secure, accessible, green and available on the platforms we visit everyday.Nano is evolving alongside the world’s changing attitude towards money and payments. Providing an accessible platform for efficient transactions, Nano can be easily integrated into existing established services, which paves the way for the early adoption of digital currencies.Driven by the desire to create a genuinely scalable cryptocurrency, Nano founder Colin LeMahieu focused on developing the most efficient decentralized transfer of value possible. Launched in 2015 as an already working protocol, Nano has been improved upon extensively throughout 2018 and early 2019, resulting in an ultrafast, fee-less protocol that the developer community has warmly embraced.The lightweight protocol allows integrations to bring true microtransaction capabilities onto the world’s favorite applications. Nano’s ability to be embedded on many different levels across varying social media and communication platforms, products, and games, shows the very first glimpse of the real utility of a pure cryptocurrency. The following highlighted services are all utilizing Nano in different ways, but collectively they offer a teaser at the potential of a digital peer to peer transfer of value. Hopefully they will help you understand its potential and inspire you to interact yourself — the future is brightTwitterAs one of the most active platforms in the world, and a popular hotbed of cryptocurrency discussion, Twitter represents an incredible opportunity to spread the word about the functionality and intuitive nature of Nano.Created in September 2018, The Nano Tip Bot on Twitter (@NanoTipBot) is an outstanding example of Nano integration, allowing users to quickly and easily send and receive Nano tips back and forth on the platform. The Nano Tip Bot (which shares a remarkable likeness to R2D2) was an instant hit in the Nano community and is an original and seamless application of the protocol into an already well-established medium.“I wanted to give a tool to people who could introduce new users to Nano. On Twitter, there are 336 million active users. Anyone of them can now receive a tip without leaving the website, which I think is pretty powerful. Every tip mentions the $NANO cash tag, so anyone searching for it could stumble upon the bot and get some publicity through that as well. And now, anyone can reward or introduce someone to Nano without the hassle of setting up a wallet,” said Andrew Mitchell.The recent addition of a Chrome extension dramatically improves the user experience, making it extremely easy to start tipping and managing your tipbot account. All in all a fantastic addition to an already stellar utilization of the Nano currency.https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefRedditThe Reddit Nano Tipbot is a recent addition to the Nano ecosystem and it allows any Reddit user to tip Nano across the entirety of the Reddit environment at any time they want!While replying to any comment users can send a !ntip <amount> or !nano_tip <amount> to send Nano to the designated Redditor. Additionally, the Reddit Nano Tipbot (u/nano_tipper) can be tagged in a reply to any user across Reddit if you wish to send Nano to a user on an untracked subreddit.“ Writing this bot for any other currency isn’t close to as easy as it is with Nano,..For Bitcoin, fees are high so you need to make a whole centralized database to handle microtransactions. For other coins, you need to calculate fees and account minimums. For Nano, just send it. Nothing more,” said u/Zily88.Considering the enormity of the platform and its content-focused nature, this tool offers an exciting opportunity for users to start rewarding their favorite content directly!Twitchhttps://medium.com/media/cb709c80842619092e4972ff08aa6d72/hrefThe ability to tip your favorite streamers on Twitch started back in February of 2018. Nano, integrated with Streamlabs, allows fans to tip their favorite streamers via the Brainblocks payment processor. Tying your streamer account with the Nano tip system is a breeze — just go to https://nanotwit.ch/ and follow the instructions!Nano Gaminghttps://medium.com/media/07f05a170e99aeff996cf219679949a5/hrefLarge and ambitious strides have been made in recent months by the teams behind ‘NanoQuake’ and ‘Player Killers Exchange.’ Showcasing the seamless nature of Nano microtransaction integration, both games have integrated light wallets and Nano reward structures into their base games!NanoQuake, the playable proof-of-concept created by James Coxon, integrates Nano into the old gamers’ favorite ‘Quake 2’. The team over at The Nano Center continues to update and upgrade the game client, refining the implementation and performing crucial development work for the future of gaming integrations.“Everyone talks about microtransactions as a theory, but Nano Quake shows this in action. We’ve had some other folks that have popped in the channel asking about how to integrate into their favorite games, and that is really exciting to me!,” said Andrew Mitchell.Users can download the most recent build on GitHub. Have any questions? Come stop by the Nano Center Discord. The friendly users there will quickly get you up to speed in how you can partake in the fun!https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefFollowing the exposure of NanoQuake, other game developers have begun using the Nano protocol to integrate microtransactions into games of their own. One such example is a new game, Player Killers Exchange. PKE is a free online game with a Nano integrated light wallet and microtransaction system, gamers can eliminate NPCs (nonplayer characters) for weapons and upgrades as well as a small percentage of the game’s Nano faucet supply. No Nano deposits are necessary, but you have the option to bid Nano at the start of the game for increased starting lives, gear, and the ability to retain your inventory upon death. PKE gives the Nano community another flawless integration of Nano within a working game and yet another fun way to win some free Nano!DiscordThe Nano Discord tip bot was developed in 2017 to allow all Discord users to easily send and receive Nano tips on the popular communications platform. Continually evolving to give the community more commands and options when tipping, the Discord tip bot has been a mainstay within the Discord community since creation. If you haven’t interacted with it before, send Nano-Tip-Bot #5753 the message “!help” and it will start up your journey of Nano Discord tipping!The ease of integrating Nano microtransactions into services has become an open secret and the numbers of exciting projects are growing all the time. The goal of being a simple, light, and efficient cryptocurrency remains the focus of the Nano Foundation, and we are inspired by the brilliantly innovative developers solving real-world problems with the Nano protocol.We want to thank all the developers from around the world that comprise the Nano community, we are proud to share this journey with such enthusiastic and talented visionaries.Nano — Digital Money is Here! was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 02

Nano — Digital Money is Here!

Nano — Digital Money is Here!It’s secure, accessible, green and available on the platforms we visit everyday.Nano is evolving alongside the world’s changing attitude towards money and payments. Providing an accessible platform for efficient transactions, Nano can be easily integrated into existing established services, which paves the way for the early adoption of digital currencies.Driven by the desire to create a genuinely scalable cryptocurrency, Nano founder Colin LeMahieu focused on developing the most efficient decentralized transfer of value possible. Launched in 2015 as an already working protocol, Nano has been improved upon extensively throughout 2018 and early 2019, resulting in an ultrafast, fee-less protocol that the developer community has warmly embraced.The lightweight protocol allows integrations to bring true microtransaction capabilities onto the world’s favorite applications. Nano’s ability to be embedded on many different levels across varying social media and communication platforms, products, and games, shows the very first glimpse of the real utility of a pure cryptocurrency. The following highlighted services are all utilizing Nano in different ways, but collectively they offer a teaser at the potential of a digital peer to peer transfer of value. Hopefully they will help you understand its potential and inspire you to interact yourself — the future is brightTwitterAs one of the most active platforms in the world, and a popular hotbed of cryptocurrency discussion, Twitter represents an incredible opportunity to spread the word about the functionality and intuitive nature of Nano.Created in September 2018, The Nano Tip Bot on Twitter (@NanoTipBot) is an outstanding example of Nano integration, allowing users to quickly and easily send and receive Nano tips back and forth on the platform. The Nano Tip Bot (which shares a remarkable likeness to R2D2) was an instant hit in the Nano community and is an original and seamless application of the protocol into an already well-established medium.“I wanted to give a tool to people who could introduce new users to Nano. On Twitter, there are 336 million active users. Anyone of them can now receive a tip without leaving the website, which I think is pretty powerful. Every tip mentions the $NANO cash tag, so anyone searching for it could stumble upon the bot and get some publicity through that as well. And now, anyone can reward or introduce someone to Nano without the hassle of setting up a wallet,” said Andrew Mitchell.The recent addition of a Chrome extension dramatically improves the user experience, making it extremely easy to start tipping and managing your tipbot account. All in all a fantastic addition to an already stellar utilization of the Nano currency.https://medium.com/media/2a5d85d110f313c6e254aaddb16137cf/hrefRedditThe Reddit Nano Tipbot is a recent addition to the Nano ecosystem and it allows any Reddit user to tip Nano across the entirety of the Reddit environment at any time they want!While replying to any comment users can send a !ntip <amount> or !nano_tip <amount> to send Nano to the designated Redditor. Additionally, the Reddit Nano Tipbot (u/nano_tipper) can be tagged in a reply to any user across Reddit if you wish to send Nano to a user on an untracked subreddit.“ Writing this bot for any other currency isn’t close to as easy as it is with Nano,..For Bitcoin, fees are high so you need to make a whole centralized database to handle microtransactions. For other coins, you need to calculate fees and account minimums. For Nano, just send it. Nothing more,” said u/Zily88.Considering the enormity of the platform and its content-focused nature, this tool offers an exciting opportunity for users to start rewarding their favorite content directly!Twitchhttps://medium.com/media/cb709c80842619092e4972ff08aa6d72/hrefThe ability to tip your favorite streamers on Twitch started back in February of 2018. Nano, integrated with Streamlabs, allows fans to tip their favorite streamers via the Brainblocks payment processor. Tying your streamer account with the Nano tip system is a breeze — just go to https://nanotwit.ch/ and follow the instructions!Nano Gaminghttps://medium.com/media/07f05a170e99aeff996cf219679949a5/hrefLarge and ambitious strides have been made in recent months by the teams behind ‘NanoQuake’ and ‘Player Killers Exchange.’ Showcasing the seamless nature of Nano microtransaction integration, both games have integrated light wallets and Nano reward structures into their base games!NanoQuake, the playable proof-of-concept created by James Coxon, integrates Nano into the old gamers’ favorite ‘Quake 2’. The team over at The Nano Center continues to update and upgrade the game client, refining the implementation and performing crucial development work for the future of gaming integrations.“Everyone talks about microtransactions as a theory, but Nano Quake shows this in action. We’ve had some other folks that have popped in the channel asking about how to integrate into their favorite games, and that is really exciting to me!,” said Andrew Mitchell.Users can download the most recent build on GitHub. Have any questions? Come stop by the Nano Center Discord. The friendly users there will quickly get you up to speed in how you can partake in the fun!https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefFollowing the exposure of NanoQuake, other game developers have begun using the Nano protocol to integrate microtransactions into games of their own. One such example is a new game, Player Killers Exchange. PKE is a free online game with a Nano integrated light wallet and microtransaction system, gamers can eliminate NPCs (nonplayer characters) for weapons and upgrades as well as a small percentage of the game’s Nano faucet supply. No Nano deposits are necessary, but you have the option to bid Nano at the start of the game for increased starting lives, gear, and the ability to retain your inventory upon death. PKE gives the Nano community another flawless integration of Nano within a working game and yet another fun way to win some free Nano!DiscordThe Nano Discord tip bot was developed in 2017 to allow all Discord users to easily send and receive Nano tips on the popular communications platform. Continually evolving to give the community more commands and options when tipping, the Discord tip bot has been a mainstay within the Discord community since creation. If you haven’t interacted with it before, send Nano-Tip-Bot #5753 the message “!help” and it will start up your journey of Nano Discord tipping!The ease of integrating Nano microtransactions into services has become an open secret and the numbers of exciting projects are growing all the time. The goal of being a simple, light, and efficient cryptocurrency remains the focus of the Nano Foundation, and we are inspired by the brilliantly innovative developers solving real-world problems with the Nano protocol.We want to thank all the developers from around the world that comprise the Nano community, we are proud to share this journey with such enthusiastic and talented visionaries.Nano — Digital Money is Here! was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 03. 02

Nano Foundation Community T...

We welcome another CM to the team!Here at the Nano Foundation we always aim to provide the Nano community with the best experience possible and believe this starts by having a dedicated and capable community management team. As the Nano ecosystem evolves we look to keep pace, so we are pleased to announce our newest Community Manager — welcome to the team Brian White!The Nano community continues to show great collaboration and creation at the grassroots level, and this impressive momentum is due to the enthusiasm of contributors from all walks of life and backgrounds. Those who take the initiative to improve something or bring people together to facilitate more collaboration are the driving force in our community, and we are proud to share this journey with them.This describes Brian’s contributions as Lead Ambassador for The Nano Center perfectly — he has been a significant factor in the success and awareness of multiple projects within the Nano ecosystem.As Brian shifts some of his focus toward the Nano community as a whole, the grassroots efforts at The Nano Center will need more people helping to facilitate growth, assist with proposal reviews and work with project coordinators to get their messages out. If you would like to take some initiative and play a role in the future of The Nano Center, then make your way over and introduce yourself.Nano Foundation Community Team Continues to Grow was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 26

Nano Foundation Community T...

We welcome another CM to the team!Here at the Nano Foundation we always aim to provide the Nano community with the best experience possible and believe this starts by having a dedicated and capable community management team. As the Nano ecosystem evolves we look to keep pace, so we are pleased to announce our newest Community Manager — welcome to the team Brian White!The Nano community continues to show great collaboration and creation at the grassroots level, and this impressive momentum is due to the enthusiasm of contributors from all walks of life and backgrounds. Those who take the initiative to improve something or bring people together to facilitate more collaboration are the driving force in our community, and we are proud to share this journey with them.This describes Brian’s contributions as Lead Ambassador for The Nano Center perfectly — he has been a significant factor in the success and awareness of multiple projects within the Nano ecosystem.As Brian shifts some of his focus toward the Nano community as a whole, the grassroots efforts at The Nano Center will need more people helping to facilitate growth, assist with proposal reviews and work with project coordinators to get their messages out. If you would like to take some initiative and play a role in the future of The Nano Center, then make your way over and introduce yourself.Nano Foundation Community Team Continues to Grow was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 26

Nano Foundation Community T...

We welcome another CM to the team!Here at the Nano Foundation we always aim to provide the Nano community with the best experience possible and believe this starts by having a dedicated and capable community management team. As the Nano ecosystem evolves we look to keep pace, so we are pleased to announce our newest Community Manager — welcome to the team Brian White!The Nano community continues to show great collaboration and creation at the grassroots level, and this impressive momentum is due to the enthusiasm of contributors from all walks of life and backgrounds. Those who take the initiative to improve something or bring people together to facilitate more collaboration are the driving force in our community, and we are proud to share this journey with them.This describes Brian’s contributions as Lead Ambassador for The Nano Center perfectly — he has been a significant factor in the success and awareness of multiple projects within the Nano ecosystem.As Brian shifts some of his focus toward the Nano community as a whole, the grassroots efforts at The Nano Center will need more people helping to facilitate growth, assist with proposal reviews and work with project coordinators to get their messages out. If you would like to take some initiative and play a role in the future of The Nano Center, then make your way over and introduce yourself.Nano Foundation Community Team Continues to Grow was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 26

Nano Foundation Community T...

We welcome another CM to the team!Here at the Nano Foundation we always aim to provide the Nano community with the best experience possible and believe this starts by having a dedicated and capable community management team. As the Nano ecosystem evolves we look to keep pace, so we are pleased to announce our newest Community Manager — welcome to the team Brian White!The Nano community continues to show great collaboration and creation at the grassroots level, and this impressive momentum is due to the enthusiasm of contributors from all walks of life and backgrounds. Those who take the initiative to improve something or bring people together to facilitate more collaboration are the driving force in our community, and we are proud to share this journey with them.This describes Brian’s contributions as Lead Ambassador for The Nano Center perfectly — he has been a significant factor in the success and awareness of multiple projects within the Nano ecosystem.As Brian shifts some of his focus toward the Nano community as a whole, the grassroots efforts at The Nano Center will need more people helping to facilitate growth, assist with proposal reviews and work with project coordinators to get their messages out. If you would like to take some initiative and play a role in the future of The Nano Center, then make your way over and introduce yourself.Nano Foundation Community Team Continues to Grow was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 26

Nano Foundation Community T...

We welcome another CM to the team!Here at the Nano Foundation we always aim to provide the Nano community with the best experience possible and believe this starts by having a dedicated and capable community management team. As the Nano ecosystem evolves we look to keep pace, so we are pleased to announce our newest Community Manager — welcome to the team Brian White!The Nano community continues to show great collaboration and creation at the grassroots level, and this impressive momentum is due to the enthusiasm of contributors from all walks of life and backgrounds. Those who take the initiative to improve something or bring people together to facilitate more collaboration are the driving force in our community, and we are proud to share this journey with them.This describes Brian’s contributions as Lead Ambassador for The Nano Center perfectly — he has been a significant factor in the success and awareness of multiple projects within the Nano ecosystem.As Brian shifts some of his focus toward the Nano community as a whole, the grassroots efforts at The Nano Center will need more people helping to facilitate growth, assist with proposal reviews and work with project coordinators to get their messages out. If you would like to take some initiative and play a role in the future of The Nano Center, then make your way over and introduce yourself.Nano Foundation Community Team Continues to Grow was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 26

Nano Foundation Community T...

We welcome another CM to the team!Here at the Nano Foundation we always aim to provide the Nano community with the best experience possible and believe this starts by having a dedicated and capable community management team. As the Nano ecosystem evolves we look to keep pace, so we are pleased to announce our newest Community Manager — welcome to the team Brian White!The Nano community continues to show great collaboration and creation at the grassroots level, and this impressive momentum is due to the enthusiasm of contributors from all walks of life and backgrounds. Those who take the initiative to improve something or bring people together to facilitate more collaboration are the driving force in our community, and we are proud to share this journey with them.This describes Brian’s contributions as Lead Ambassador for The Nano Center perfectly — he has been a significant factor in the success and awareness of multiple projects within the Nano ecosystem.As Brian shifts some of his focus toward the Nano community as a whole, the grassroots efforts at The Nano Center will need more people helping to facilitate growth, assist with proposal reviews and work with project coordinators to get their messages out. If you would like to take some initiative and play a role in the future of The Nano Center, then make your way over and introduce yourself.Nano Foundation Community Team Continues to Grow was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 26

Nano Foundation Community T...

We welcome another CM to the team!Here at the Nano Foundation we always aim to provide the Nano community with the best experience possible and believe this starts by having a dedicated and capable community management team. As the Nano ecosystem evolves we look to keep pace, so we are pleased to announce our newest Community Manager — welcome to the team Brian White!The Nano community continues to show great collaboration and creation at the grassroots level, and this impressive momentum is due to the enthusiasm of contributors from all walks of life and backgrounds. Those who take the initiative to improve something or bring people together to facilitate more collaboration are the driving force in our community, and we are proud to share this journey with them.This describes Brian’s contributions as Lead Ambassador for The Nano Center perfectly — he has been a significant factor in the success and awareness of multiple projects within the Nano ecosystem.As Brian shifts some of his focus toward the Nano community as a whole, the grassroots efforts at The Nano Center will need more people helping to facilitate growth, assist with proposal reviews and work with project coordinators to get their messages out. If you would like to take some initiative and play a role in the future of The Nano Center, then make your way over and introduce yourself.Nano Foundation Community Team Continues to Grow was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 26

Weekly Nano Update 2/25/19

Dolphin breaks free of the beta-net and impresses on the main network, Reddit TipBot, Nano gaming news, and Nano How looks at wallets…Speedy Dolphin making waves on the Nano networkSince launching on Thursday, Nano users have happily reported a consistent and significant increase in transaction speed.Looking at the confirmation time since the launch of Dolphin. 99% of transactions are being confirmed in less than 2 seconds, with the majority reaching confirmation in well under a second. Source: repnode.orgThe Dolphin release also contains a variety of different optimizations and cleanups — including naming changes from the “rai” to the “nano” and the addition of local timestamps to the node software, representing a substantial step forward in protocol development.Find out more about the new release hereNano tips are now on Reddit following the release of new TipbotAfter some private testing and some a lot of hard work, u/Zily88 this week introduced the beta release of the Nano Reddit tipbot to the Nano subreddit. The community rallied around the new software, and u/PWPersian instigated a Tip Party in which hundreds of users participated. This development is another example of the protocol providing a platform for the efficient integration of microtransactions into existing services such as Twitter and Reddit. Integrations such as these offer a meaningful example of immediately applicable early use cases for cryptocurrency in general.New NanoQuake preview trailerhttps://medium.com/media/7f36784418d4daa44d07afe982261938/hrefThe NanoQuake team are consistently expanding and improving on their impressive proof-of-concept! Version 1.6 is just around the corner with another slew of updates, including a Mac installer, new translations, UI improvements and optimizations to the Nano layer.Player Killers Exchange — A new Nano gaming experienceA new Nano-based hack ’n’ slash RPG, Players Killer Exchange, has launched and offers players the opportunity to receive Nano payments in exchange for kills. The game’s developer, u/Ballstone_Group, recently talked about how the Nano protocol offers a versatile and useful tool for the integration of genuine microtransactions into video games.Check out this clip of Nano community member TriggerHaven streaming Player Killer Exchange.https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefTune in to watch him play again this Wednesday at 12pm PST/ 3pm EST/ 8pm GMT, and even throw some Nano tips his way using the 1upcoin or Nanotwit.ch plugins.Nano How 3 — Light WalletsNano How is a series of short explainers providing clear descriptions, in the most basic form possible, of the crucial elements that piece together to create the Nano experience. Whether it is basic protocol information or explanations of the various types of services around the ecosystem, Nano How helps the non-technically proficient members of the community understand the underlying principles behind how Nano works as a global currency.This week the focus is on Light Wallets, written by u/DotcomL:Light wallets provide an easy way for users to send and receive Nano, instead of having to maintain a full node. A light wallet holds your private key and communicates with a full node that the wallet provider runs. To ‘receive’ transactions, it pulls pending blocks and creates corresponding receive blocks; to ‘send,’ it generates send-blocks and pushes these to the full node. The node then broadcasts the blocks to the network.Read the guide hereWeekly Nano Update 2/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 25

Weekly Nano Update 2/25/19

Dolphin breaks free of the beta-net and impresses on the main network, Reddit TipBot, Nano gaming news, and Nano How looks at wallets…Speedy Dolphin making waves on the Nano networkSince launching on Thursday, Nano users have happily reported a consistent and significant increase in transaction speed.Looking at the confirmation time since the launch of Dolphin. 99% of transactions are being confirmed in less than 2 seconds, with the majority reaching confirmation in well under a second. Source: repnode.orgThe Dolphin release also contains a variety of different optimizations and cleanups — including naming changes from the “rai” to the “nano” and the addition of local timestamps to the node software, representing a substantial step forward in protocol development.Find out more about the new release hereNano tips are now on Reddit following the release of new TipbotAfter some private testing and some a lot of hard work, u/Zily88 this week introduced the beta release of the Nano Reddit tipbot to the Nano subreddit. The community rallied around the new software, and u/PWPersian instigated a Tip Party in which hundreds of users participated. This development is another example of the protocol providing a platform for the efficient integration of microtransactions into existing services such as Twitter and Reddit. Integrations such as these offer a meaningful example of immediately applicable early use cases for cryptocurrency in general.New NanoQuake preview trailerhttps://medium.com/media/7f36784418d4daa44d07afe982261938/hrefThe NanoQuake team are consistently expanding and improving on their impressive proof-of-concept! Version 1.6 is just around the corner with another slew of updates, including a Mac installer, new translations, UI improvements and optimizations to the Nano layer.Player Killers Exchange — A new Nano gaming experienceA new Nano-based hack ’n’ slash RPG, Players Killer Exchange, has launched and offers players the opportunity to receive Nano payments in exchange for kills. The game’s developer, u/Ballstone_Group, recently talked about how the Nano protocol offers a versatile and useful tool for the integration of genuine microtransactions into video games.Check out this clip of Nano community member TriggerHaven streaming Player Killer Exchange.https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefTune in to watch him play again this Wednesday at 12pm PST/ 3pm EST/ 8pm GMT, and even throw some Nano tips his way using the 1upcoin or Nanotwit.ch plugins.Nano How 3 — Light WalletsNano How is a series of short explainers providing clear descriptions, in the most basic form possible, of the crucial elements that piece together to create the Nano experience. Whether it is basic protocol information or explanations of the various types of services around the ecosystem, Nano How helps the non-technically proficient members of the community understand the underlying principles behind how Nano works as a global currency.This week the focus is on Light Wallets, written by u/DotcomL:Light wallets provide an easy way for users to send and receive Nano, instead of having to maintain a full node. A light wallet holds your private key and communicates with a full node that the wallet provider runs. To ‘receive’ transactions, it pulls pending blocks and creates corresponding receive blocks; to ‘send,’ it generates send-blocks and pushes these to the full node. The node then broadcasts the blocks to the network.Read the guide hereWeekly Nano Update 2/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 25

Weekly Nano Update 2/25/19

Dolphin breaks free of the beta-net and impresses on the main network, Reddit TipBot, Nano gaming news, and Nano How looks at wallets…Speedy Dolphin making waves on the Nano networkSince launching on Thursday, Nano users have happily reported a consistent and significant increase in transaction speed.Looking at the confirmation time since the launch of Dolphin. 99% of transactions are being confirmed in less than 2 seconds, with the majority reaching confirmation in well under a second. Source: repnode.orgThe Dolphin release also contains a variety of different optimizations and cleanups — including naming changes from the “rai” to the “nano” and the addition of local timestamps to the node software, representing a substantial step forward in protocol development.Find out more about the new release hereNano tips are now on Reddit following the release of new TipbotAfter some private testing and some a lot of hard work, u/Zily88 this week introduced the beta release of the Nano Reddit tipbot to the Nano subreddit. The community rallied around the new software, and u/PWPersian instigated a Tip Party in which hundreds of users participated. This development is another example of the protocol providing a platform for the efficient integration of microtransactions into existing services such as Twitter and Reddit. Integrations such as these offer a meaningful example of immediately applicable early use cases for cryptocurrency in general.New NanoQuake preview trailerhttps://medium.com/media/7f36784418d4daa44d07afe982261938/hrefThe NanoQuake team are consistently expanding and improving on their impressive proof-of-concept! Version 1.6 is just around the corner with another slew of updates, including a Mac installer, new translations, UI improvements and optimizations to the Nano layer.Player Killers Exchange — A new Nano gaming experienceA new Nano-based hack ’n’ slash RPG, Players Killer Exchange, has launched and offers players the opportunity to receive Nano payments in exchange for kills. The game’s developer, u/Ballstone_Group, recently talked about how the Nano protocol offers a versatile and useful tool for the integration of genuine microtransactions into video games.Check out this clip of Nano community member TriggerHaven streaming Player Killer Exchange.https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefTune in to watch him play again this Wednesday at 12pm PST/ 3pm EST/ 8pm GMT, and even throw some Nano tips his way using the 1upcoin or Nanotwit.ch plugins.Nano How 3 — Light WalletsNano How is a series of short explainers providing clear descriptions, in the most basic form possible, of the crucial elements that piece together to create the Nano experience. Whether it is basic protocol information or explanations of the various types of services around the ecosystem, Nano How helps the non-technically proficient members of the community understand the underlying principles behind how Nano works as a global currency.This week the focus is on Light Wallets, written by u/DotcomL:Light wallets provide an easy way for users to send and receive Nano, instead of having to maintain a full node. A light wallet holds your private key and communicates with a full node that the wallet provider runs. To ‘receive’ transactions, it pulls pending blocks and creates corresponding receive blocks; to ‘send,’ it generates send-blocks and pushes these to the full node. The node then broadcasts the blocks to the network.Read the guide hereWeekly Nano Update 2/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 25

Weekly Nano Update 2/25/19

Dolphin breaks free of the beta-net and impresses on the main network, Reddit TipBot, Nano gaming news, and Nano How looks at wallets…Speedy Dolphin making waves on the Nano networkSince launching on Thursday, Nano users have happily reported a consistent and significant increase in transaction speed.Looking at the confirmation time since the launch of Dolphin. 99% of transactions are being confirmed in less than 2 seconds, with the majority reaching confirmation in well under a second. Source: repnode.orgThe Dolphin release also contains a variety of different optimizations and cleanups — including naming changes from the “rai” to the “nano” and the addition of local timestamps to the node software, representing a substantial step forward in protocol development.Find out more about the new release hereNano tips are now on Reddit following the release of new TipbotAfter some private testing and some a lot of hard work, u/Zily88 this week introduced the beta release of the Nano Reddit tipbot to the Nano subreddit. The community rallied around the new software, and u/PWPersian instigated a Tip Party in which hundreds of users participated. This development is another example of the protocol providing a platform for the efficient integration of microtransactions into existing services such as Twitter and Reddit. Integrations such as these offer a meaningful example of immediately applicable early use cases for cryptocurrency in general.New NanoQuake preview trailerhttps://medium.com/media/7f36784418d4daa44d07afe982261938/hrefThe NanoQuake team are consistently expanding and improving on their impressive proof-of-concept! Version 1.6 is just around the corner with another slew of updates, including a Mac installer, new translations, UI improvements and optimizations to the Nano layer.Player Killers Exchange — A new Nano gaming experienceA new Nano-based hack ’n’ slash RPG, Players Killer Exchange, has launched and offers players the opportunity to receive Nano payments in exchange for kills. The game’s developer, u/Ballstone_Group, recently talked about how the Nano protocol offers a versatile and useful tool for the integration of genuine microtransactions into video games.Check out this clip of Nano community member TriggerHaven streaming Player Killer Exchange.https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefTune in to watch him play again this Wednesday at 12pm PST/ 3pm EST/ 8pm GMT, and even throw some Nano tips his way using the 1upcoin or Nanotwit.ch plugins.Nano How 3 — Light WalletsNano How is a series of short explainers providing clear descriptions, in the most basic form possible, of the crucial elements that piece together to create the Nano experience. Whether it is basic protocol information or explanations of the various types of services around the ecosystem, Nano How helps the non-technically proficient members of the community understand the underlying principles behind how Nano works as a global currency.This week the focus is on Light Wallets, written by u/DotcomL:Light wallets provide an easy way for users to send and receive Nano, instead of having to maintain a full node. A light wallet holds your private key and communicates with a full node that the wallet provider runs. To ‘receive’ transactions, it pulls pending blocks and creates corresponding receive blocks; to ‘send,’ it generates send-blocks and pushes these to the full node. The node then broadcasts the blocks to the network.Read the guide hereWeekly Nano Update 2/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 25

Weekly Nano Update 2/25/19

Dolphin breaks free of the beta-net and impresses on the main network, Reddit TipBot, Nano gaming news, and Nano How looks at wallets…Speedy Dolphin making waves on the Nano networkSince launching on Thursday, Nano users have happily reported a consistent and significant increase in transaction speed.Looking at the confirmation time since the launch of Dolphin. 99% of transactions are being confirmed in less than 2 seconds, with the majority reaching confirmation in well under a second. Source: repnode.orgThe Dolphin release also contains a variety of different optimizations and cleanups — including naming changes from the “rai” to the “nano” and the addition of local timestamps to the node software, representing a substantial step forward in protocol development.Find out more about the new release hereNano tips are now on Reddit following the release of new TipbotAfter some private testing and some a lot of hard work, u/Zily88 this week introduced the beta release of the Nano Reddit tipbot to the Nano subreddit. The community rallied around the new software, and u/PWPersian instigated a Tip Party in which hundreds of users participated. This development is another example of the protocol providing a platform for the efficient integration of microtransactions into existing services such as Twitter and Reddit. Integrations such as these offer a meaningful example of immediately applicable early use cases for cryptocurrency in general.New NanoQuake preview trailerhttps://medium.com/media/7f36784418d4daa44d07afe982261938/hrefThe NanoQuake team are consistently expanding and improving on their impressive proof-of-concept! Version 1.6 is just around the corner with another slew of updates, including a Mac installer, new translations, UI improvements and optimizations to the Nano layer.Player Killers Exchange — A new Nano gaming experienceA new Nano-based hack ’n’ slash RPG, Players Killer Exchange, has launched and offers players the opportunity to receive Nano payments in exchange for kills. The game’s developer, u/Ballstone_Group, recently talked about how the Nano protocol offers a versatile and useful tool for the integration of genuine microtransactions into video games.Check out this clip of Nano community member TriggerHaven streaming Player Killer Exchange.https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefTune in to watch him play again this Wednesday at 12pm PST/ 3pm EST/ 8pm GMT, and even throw some Nano tips his way using the 1upcoin or Nanotwit.ch plugins.Nano How 3 — Light WalletsNano How is a series of short explainers providing clear descriptions, in the most basic form possible, of the crucial elements that piece together to create the Nano experience. Whether it is basic protocol information or explanations of the various types of services around the ecosystem, Nano How helps the non-technically proficient members of the community understand the underlying principles behind how Nano works as a global currency.This week the focus is on Light Wallets, written by u/DotcomL:Light wallets provide an easy way for users to send and receive Nano, instead of having to maintain a full node. A light wallet holds your private key and communicates with a full node that the wallet provider runs. To ‘receive’ transactions, it pulls pending blocks and creates corresponding receive blocks; to ‘send,’ it generates send-blocks and pushes these to the full node. The node then broadcasts the blocks to the network.Read the guide hereWeekly Nano Update 2/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 25

Weekly Nano Update 2/25/19

Dolphin breaks free of the beta-net and impresses on the main network, Reddit TipBot, Nano gaming news, and Nano How looks at wallets…Speedy Dolphin making waves on the Nano networkSince launching on Thursday, Nano users have happily reported a consistent and significant increase in transaction speed.Looking at the confirmation time since the launch of Dolphin. 99% of transactions are being confirmed in less than 2 seconds, with the majority reaching confirmation in well under a second. Source: repnode.orgThe Dolphin release also contains a variety of different optimizations and cleanups — including naming changes from the “rai” to the “nano” and the addition of local timestamps to the node software, representing a substantial step forward in protocol development.Find out more about the new release hereNano tips are now on Reddit following the release of new TipbotAfter some private testing and some a lot of hard work, u/Zily88 this week introduced the beta release of the Nano Reddit tipbot to the Nano subreddit. The community rallied around the new software, and u/PWPersian instigated a Tip Party in which hundreds of users participated. This development is another example of the protocol providing a platform for the efficient integration of microtransactions into existing services such as Twitter and Reddit. Integrations such as these offer a meaningful example of immediately applicable early use cases for cryptocurrency in general.New NanoQuake preview trailerhttps://medium.com/media/7f36784418d4daa44d07afe982261938/hrefThe NanoQuake team are consistently expanding and improving on their impressive proof-of-concept! Version 1.6 is just around the corner with another slew of updates, including a Mac installer, new translations, UI improvements and optimizations to the Nano layer.Player Killers Exchange — A new Nano gaming experienceA new Nano-based hack ’n’ slash RPG, Players Killer Exchange, has launched and offers players the opportunity to receive Nano payments in exchange for kills. The game’s developer, u/Ballstone_Group, recently talked about how the Nano protocol offers a versatile and useful tool for the integration of genuine microtransactions into video games.Check out this clip of Nano community member TriggerHaven streaming Player Killer Exchange.https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefTune in to watch him play again this Wednesday at 12pm PST/ 3pm EST/ 8pm GMT, and even throw some Nano tips his way using the 1upcoin or Nanotwit.ch plugins.Nano How 3 — Light WalletsNano How is a series of short explainers providing clear descriptions, in the most basic form possible, of the crucial elements that piece together to create the Nano experience. Whether it is basic protocol information or explanations of the various types of services around the ecosystem, Nano How helps the non-technically proficient members of the community understand the underlying principles behind how Nano works as a global currency.This week the focus is on Light Wallets, written by u/DotcomL:Light wallets provide an easy way for users to send and receive Nano, instead of having to maintain a full node. A light wallet holds your private key and communicates with a full node that the wallet provider runs. To ‘receive’ transactions, it pulls pending blocks and creates corresponding receive blocks; to ‘send,’ it generates send-blocks and pushes these to the full node. The node then broadcasts the blocks to the network.Read the guide hereWeekly Nano Update 2/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 25

Weekly Nano Update 2/25/19

Dolphin breaks free of the beta-net and impresses on the main network, Reddit TipBot, Nano gaming news, and Nano How looks at wallets…Speedy Dolphin making waves on the Nano networkSince launching on Thursday, Nano users have happily reported a consistent and significant increase in transaction speed.Looking at the confirmation time since the launch of Dolphin. 99% of transactions are being confirmed in less than 2 seconds, with the majority reaching confirmation in well under a second. Source: repnode.orgThe Dolphin release also contains a variety of different optimizations and cleanups — including naming changes from the “rai” to the “nano” and the addition of local timestamps to the node software, representing a substantial step forward in protocol development.Find out more about the new release hereNano tips are now on Reddit following the release of new TipbotAfter some private testing and some a lot of hard work, u/Zily88 this week introduced the beta release of the Nano Reddit tipbot to the Nano subreddit. The community rallied around the new software, and u/PWPersian instigated a Tip Party in which hundreds of users participated. This development is another example of the protocol providing a platform for the efficient integration of microtransactions into existing services such as Twitter and Reddit. Integrations such as these offer a meaningful example of immediately applicable early use cases for cryptocurrency in general.New NanoQuake preview trailerhttps://medium.com/media/7f36784418d4daa44d07afe982261938/hrefThe NanoQuake team are consistently expanding and improving on their impressive proof-of-concept! Version 1.6 is just around the corner with another slew of updates, including a Mac installer, new translations, UI improvements and optimizations to the Nano layer.Player Killers Exchange — A new Nano gaming experienceA new Nano-based hack ’n’ slash RPG, Players Killer Exchange, has launched and offers players the opportunity to receive Nano payments in exchange for kills. The game’s developer, u/Ballstone_Group, recently talked about how the Nano protocol offers a versatile and useful tool for the integration of genuine microtransactions into video games.Check out this clip of Nano community member TriggerHaven streaming Player Killer Exchange.https://medium.com/media/97c10206f7a5e0ab5e1d36fab30e48b5/hrefTune in to watch him play again this Wednesday at 12pm PST/ 3pm EST/ 8pm GMT, and even throw some Nano tips his way using the 1upcoin or Nanotwit.ch plugins.Nano How 3 — Light WalletsNano How is a series of short explainers providing clear descriptions, in the most basic form possible, of the crucial elements that piece together to create the Nano experience. Whether it is basic protocol information or explanations of the various types of services around the ecosystem, Nano How helps the non-technically proficient members of the community understand the underlying principles behind how Nano works as a global currency.This week the focus is on Light Wallets, written by u/DotcomL:Light wallets provide an easy way for users to send and receive Nano, instead of having to maintain a full node. A light wallet holds your private key and communicates with a full node that the wallet provider runs. To ‘receive’ transactions, it pulls pending blocks and creates corresponding receive blocks; to ‘send,’ it generates send-blocks and pushes these to the full node. The node then broadcasts the blocks to the network.Read the guide hereWeekly Nano Update 2/25/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 25

The Dolphin release has arr...

Nano Node V18 glides onto the networkWith the development work and beta testing now complete, we are excited to release the Dolphin V18 Nano node software on the Nano network. Charged with making the already nimble Nano network even faster, smarter and lighter, Dolphin accomplishes this through a selection of targeted optimizations.As with all protocol upgrades, the hard work of our community is key to the delivery of high-quality release. So we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank our community team of beta testers, node operators and representative owners who have helped ensure Dolphin is ready to surge onto the network and start making waves.A strong performerWe recently took a look into a variety of the more notable additions to the Dolphin release. We discussed improvements such as cached representatives and peers and support for additional local data. Check the Deep Dive for more information on the nuts and bolts behind what makes Dolphin the most optimized node to date.A smarter nodeIn addition to the many speed optimizations, Dolphin is making the Nano node even smarter by providing new tools for developers to integrate into their projects and services. Local timestamp tracking will provide a new standardized method of monitoring the time on all those Nano blocks, giving developers more time to spend on building robust applications on top of the protocol.Cleaner codeWith Dolphin, we bid farewell to the name that started it all — Raiblocks. The team has worked hard to implement such a sweeping change across the references, repositories, and codebase. Bringing everything in line with “Nano” represents a symbolic milestone in our journey. Raiblocks will always have a place in our collective hearts, but Nano will carry us into the future of digital currency.Upgrade processWe want to reiterate the important considerations to be made before initiating the Dolphin upgrade on your node:When upgrading a node to Dolphin, there will be automatic upgrades executed in the background. We highly recommend performing a backup of all your node data prior to the upgrade.Automatic database upgradeTo support key features the update process for existing nodes will involve heavy CPU and IO usage while the database is upgraded and rewrites all block entries in that process (this includes the desktop wallets). This will be done in the background while allowing proper syncing of blocks across the network but will consume a larger amount of system resources during the process.Due to the database upgrade, any ledger files updated to V18 will no longer be compatible with prior node versions. Please keep this in mind when planning any upgrades and managing any ledger backups.RenamingDirectory renaming will occur with this release so if you are running a Docker setup please verify you are mounting any host volumes to /root in the container instead of /root/RaiBlocks and adjust files accordingly to prevent impacts related to this change. If you aren’t sure about the changes needed please join us on Reddit or Discord for assistance.API change for nano_libIn nano_lib the functions: xrb_uint128_to_dec, xrb_uint256_to_string, and xrb_uint256_to_address will null terminate the strings. Any APIs making use of these functions will need to accommodate this functionality.For a comprehensive list of all of the improvements in Dolphin, check out the Full Changelog on GitHub.What’s coming nextNow that Dolphin has made its way onto the main net, it is time to shift our focus to the next significant milestone release of the Nano node software — Solidus. We are very excited to start talking about the great new features users can expect with the Solidus release, so keep an eye on our feeds for more updates!To keep up with the progress towards our next release, follow the Solidus Milestone Tracker.The Dolphin release has arrived. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 21

The Dolphin release has arr...

Nano Node V18 glides onto the networkWith the development work and beta testing now complete, we are excited to release the Dolphin V18 Nano node software on the Nano network. Charged with making the already nimble Nano network even faster, smarter and lighter, Dolphin accomplishes this through a selection of targeted optimizations.As with all protocol upgrades, the hard work of our community is key to the delivery of high-quality release. So we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank our community team of beta testers, node operators and representative owners who have helped ensure Dolphin is ready to surge onto the network and start making waves.A strong performerWe recently took a look into a variety of the more notable additions to the Dolphin release. We discussed improvements such as cached representatives and peers and support for additional local data. Check the Deep Dive for more information on the nuts and bolts behind what makes Dolphin the most optimized node to date.A smarter nodeIn addition to the many speed optimizations, Dolphin is making the Nano node even smarter by providing new tools for developers to integrate into their projects and services. Local timestamp tracking will provide a new standardized method of monitoring the time on all those Nano blocks, giving developers more time to spend on building robust applications on top of the protocol.Cleaner codeWith Dolphin, we bid farewell to the name that started it all — Raiblocks. The team has worked hard to implement such a sweeping change across the references, repositories, and codebase. Bringing everything in line with “Nano” represents a symbolic milestone in our journey. Raiblocks will always have a place in our collective hearts, but Nano will carry us into the future of digital currency.Upgrade processWe want to reiterate the important considerations to be made before initiating the Dolphin upgrade on your node:When upgrading a node to Dolphin, there will be automatic upgrades executed in the background. We highly recommend performing a backup of all your node data prior to the upgrade.Automatic database upgradeTo support key features the update process for existing nodes will involve heavy CPU and IO usage while the database is upgraded and rewrites all block entries in that process (this includes the desktop wallets). This will be done in the background while allowing proper syncing of blocks across the network but will consume a larger amount of system resources during the process.Due to the database upgrade, any ledger files updated to V18 will no longer be compatible with prior node versions. Please keep this in mind when planning any upgrades and managing any ledger backups.RenamingDirectory renaming will occur with this release so if you are running a Docker setup please verify you are mounting any host volumes to /root in the container instead of /root/RaiBlocks and adjust files accordingly to prevent impacts related to this change. If you aren’t sure about the changes needed please join us on Reddit or Discord for assistance.API change for nano_libIn nano_lib the functions: xrb_uint128_to_dec, xrb_uint256_to_string, and xrb_uint256_to_address will null terminate the strings. Any APIs making use of these functions will need to accommodate this functionality.For a comprehensive list of all of the improvements in Dolphin, check out the Full Changelog on GitHub.What’s coming nextNow that Dolphin has made its way onto the main net, it is time to shift our focus to the next significant milestone release of the Nano node software — Solidus. We are very excited to start talking about the great new features users can expect with the Solidus release, so keep an eye on our feeds for more updates!To keep up with the progress towards our next release, follow the Solidus Milestone Tracker.The Dolphin release has arrived. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 21

The Dolphin release has arr...

Nano Node V18 glides onto the networkWith the development work and beta testing now complete, we are excited to release the Dolphin V18 Nano node software on the Nano network. Charged with making the already nimble Nano network even faster, smarter and lighter, Dolphin accomplishes this through a selection of targeted optimizations.As with all protocol upgrades, the hard work of our community is key to the delivery of high-quality release. So we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank our community team of beta testers, node operators and representative owners who have helped ensure Dolphin is ready to surge onto the network and start making waves.A strong performerWe recently took a look into a variety of the more notable additions to the Dolphin release. We discussed improvements such as cached representatives and peers and support for additional local data. Check the Deep Dive for more information on the nuts and bolts behind what makes Dolphin the most optimized node to date.A smarter nodeIn addition to the many speed optimizations, Dolphin is making the Nano node even smarter by providing new tools for developers to integrate into their projects and services. Local timestamp tracking will provide a new standardized method of monitoring the time on all those Nano blocks, giving developers more time to spend on building robust applications on top of the protocol.Cleaner codeWith Dolphin, we bid farewell to the name that started it all — Raiblocks. The team has worked hard to implement such a sweeping change across the references, repositories, and codebase. Bringing everything in line with “Nano” represents a symbolic milestone in our journey. Raiblocks will always have a place in our collective hearts, but Nano will carry us into the future of digital currency.Upgrade processWe want to reiterate the important considerations to be made before initiating the Dolphin upgrade on your node:When upgrading a node to Dolphin, there will be automatic upgrades executed in the background. We highly recommend performing a backup of all your node data prior to the upgrade.Automatic database upgradeTo support key features the update process for existing nodes will involve heavy CPU and IO usage while the database is upgraded and rewrites all block entries in that process (this includes the desktop wallets). This will be done in the background while allowing proper syncing of blocks across the network but will consume a larger amount of system resources during the process.Due to the database upgrade, any ledger files updated to V18 will no longer be compatible with prior node versions. Please keep this in mind when planning any upgrades and managing any ledger backups.RenamingDirectory renaming will occur with this release so if you are running a Docker setup please verify you are mounting any host volumes to /root in the container instead of /root/RaiBlocks and adjust files accordingly to prevent impacts related to this change. If you aren’t sure about the changes needed please join us on Reddit or Discord for assistance.API change for nano_libIn nano_lib the functions: xrb_uint128_to_dec, xrb_uint256_to_string, and xrb_uint256_to_address will null terminate the strings. Any APIs making use of these functions will need to accommodate this functionality.For a comprehensive list of all of the improvements in Dolphin, check out the Full Changelog on GitHub.What’s coming nextNow that Dolphin has made its way onto the main net, it is time to shift our focus to the next significant milestone release of the Nano node software — Solidus. We are very excited to start talking about the great new features users can expect with the Solidus release, so keep an eye on our feeds for more updates!To keep up with the progress towards our next release, follow the Solidus Milestone Tracker.The Dolphin release has arrived. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 21

The Dolphin release has arr...

Nano Node V18 glides onto the networkWith the development work and beta testing now complete, we are excited to release the Dolphin V18 Nano node software on the Nano network. Charged with making the already nimble Nano network even faster, smarter and lighter, Dolphin accomplishes this through a selection of targeted optimizations.As with all protocol upgrades, the hard work of our community is key to the delivery of high-quality release. So we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank our community team of beta testers, node operators and representative owners who have helped ensure Dolphin is ready to surge onto the network and start making waves.A strong performerWe recently took a look into a variety of the more notable additions to the Dolphin release. We discussed improvements such as cached representatives and peers and support for additional local data. Check the Deep Dive for more information on the nuts and bolts behind what makes Dolphin the most optimized node to date.A smarter nodeIn addition to the many speed optimizations, Dolphin is making the Nano node even smarter by providing new tools for developers to integrate into their projects and services. Local timestamp tracking will provide a new standardized method of monitoring the time on all those Nano blocks, giving developers more time to spend on building robust applications on top of the protocol.Cleaner codeWith Dolphin, we bid farewell to the name that started it all — Raiblocks. The team has worked hard to implement such a sweeping change across the references, repositories, and codebase. Bringing everything in line with “Nano” represents a symbolic milestone in our journey. Raiblocks will always have a place in our collective hearts, but Nano will carry us into the future of digital currency.Upgrade processWe want to reiterate the important considerations to be made before initiating the Dolphin upgrade on your node:When upgrading a node to Dolphin, there will be automatic upgrades executed in the background. We highly recommend performing a backup of all your node data prior to the upgrade.Automatic database upgradeTo support key features the update process for existing nodes will involve heavy CPU and IO usage while the database is upgraded and rewrites all block entries in that process (this includes the desktop wallets). This will be done in the background while allowing proper syncing of blocks across the network but will consume a larger amount of system resources during the process.Due to the database upgrade, any ledger files updated to V18 will no longer be compatible with prior node versions. Please keep this in mind when planning any upgrades and managing any ledger backups.RenamingDirectory renaming will occur with this release so if you are running a Docker setup please verify you are mounting any host volumes to /root in the container instead of /root/RaiBlocks and adjust files accordingly to prevent impacts related to this change. If you aren’t sure about the changes needed please join us on Reddit or Discord for assistance.API change for nano_libIn nano_lib the functions: xrb_uint128_to_dec, xrb_uint256_to_string, and xrb_uint256_to_address will null terminate the strings. Any APIs making use of these functions will need to accommodate this functionality.For a comprehensive list of all of the improvements in Dolphin, check out the Full Changelog on GitHub.What’s coming nextNow that Dolphin has made its way onto the main net, it is time to shift our focus to the next significant milestone release of the Nano node software — Solidus. We are very excited to start talking about the great new features users can expect with the Solidus release, so keep an eye on our feeds for more updates!To keep up with the progress towards our next release, follow the Solidus Milestone Tracker.The Dolphin release has arrived. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 21

The Dolphin release has arr...

Nano Node V18 glides onto the networkWith the development work and beta testing now complete, we are excited to release the Dolphin V18 Nano node software on the Nano network. Charged with making the already nimble Nano network even faster, smarter and lighter, Dolphin accomplishes this through a selection of targeted optimizations.As with all protocol upgrades, the hard work of our community is key to the delivery of high-quality release. So we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank our community team of beta testers, node operators and representative owners who have helped ensure Dolphin is ready to surge onto the network and start making waves.A strong performerWe recently took a look into a variety of the more notable additions to the Dolphin release. We discussed improvements such as cached representatives and peers and support for additional local data. Check the Deep Dive for more information on the nuts and bolts behind what makes Dolphin the most optimized node to date.A smarter nodeIn addition to the many speed optimizations, Dolphin is making the Nano node even smarter by providing new tools for developers to integrate into their projects and services. Local timestamp tracking will provide a new standardized method of monitoring the time on all those Nano blocks, giving developers more time to spend on building robust applications on top of the protocol.Cleaner codeWith Dolphin, we bid farewell to the name that started it all — Raiblocks. The team has worked hard to implement such a sweeping change across the references, repositories, and codebase. Bringing everything in line with “Nano” represents a symbolic milestone in our journey. Raiblocks will always have a place in our collective hearts, but Nano will carry us into the future of digital currency.Upgrade processWe want to reiterate the important considerations to be made before initiating the Dolphin upgrade on your node:When upgrading a node to Dolphin, there will be automatic upgrades executed in the background. We highly recommend performing a backup of all your node data prior to the upgrade.Automatic database upgradeTo support key features the update process for existing nodes will involve heavy CPU and IO usage while the database is upgraded and rewrites all block entries in that process (this includes the desktop wallets). This will be done in the background while allowing proper syncing of blocks across the network but will consume a larger amount of system resources during the process.Due to the database upgrade, any ledger files updated to V18 will no longer be compatible with prior node versions. Please keep this in mind when planning any upgrades and managing any ledger backups.RenamingDirectory renaming will occur with this release so if you are running a Docker setup please verify you are mounting any host volumes to /root in the container instead of /root/RaiBlocks and adjust files accordingly to prevent impacts related to this change. If you aren’t sure about the changes needed please join us on Reddit or Discord for assistance.API change for nano_libIn nano_lib the functions: xrb_uint128_to_dec, xrb_uint256_to_string, and xrb_uint256_to_address will null terminate the strings. Any APIs making use of these functions will need to accommodate this functionality.For a comprehensive list of all of the improvements in Dolphin, check out the Full Changelog on GitHub.What’s coming nextNow that Dolphin has made its way onto the main net, it is time to shift our focus to the next significant milestone release of the Nano node software — Solidus. We are very excited to start talking about the great new features users can expect with the Solidus release, so keep an eye on our feeds for more updates!To keep up with the progress towards our next release, follow the Solidus Milestone Tracker.The Dolphin release has arrived. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 21

The Dolphin release has arr...

Nano Node V18 glides onto the networkWith the development work and beta testing now complete, we are excited to release the Dolphin V18 Nano node software on the Nano network. Charged with making the already nimble Nano network even faster, smarter and lighter, Dolphin accomplishes this through a selection of targeted optimizations.As with all protocol upgrades, the hard work of our community is key to the delivery of high-quality release. So we would like to take a moment to recognize and thank our community team of beta testers, node operators and representative owners who have helped ensure Dolphin is ready to surge onto the network and start making waves.A strong performerWe recently took a look into a variety of the more notable additions to the Dolphin release. We discussed improvements such as cached representatives and peers and support for additional local data. Check the Deep Dive for more information on the nuts and bolts behind what makes Dolphin the most optimized node to date.A smarter nodeIn addition to the many speed optimizations, Dolphin is making the Nano node even smarter by providing new tools for developers to integrate into their projects and services. Local timestamp tracking will provide a new standardized method of monitoring the time on all those Nano blocks, giving developers more time to spend on building robust applications on top of the protocol.Cleaner codeWith Dolphin, we bid farewell to the name that started it all — Raiblocks. The team has worked hard to implement such a sweeping change across the references, repositories, and codebase. Bringing everything in line with “Nano” represents a symbolic milestone in our journey. Raiblocks will always have a place in our collective hearts, but Nano will carry us into the future of digital currency.Upgrade processWe want to reiterate the important considerations to be made before initiating the Dolphin upgrade on your node:When upgrading a node to Dolphin, there will be automatic upgrades executed in the background. We highly recommend performing a backup of all your node data prior to the upgrade.Automatic database upgradeTo support key features the update process for existing nodes will involve heavy CPU and IO usage while the database is upgraded and rewrites all block entries in that process (this includes the desktop wallets). This will be done in the background while allowing proper syncing of blocks across the network but will consume a larger amount of system resources during the process.Due to the database upgrade, any ledger files updated to V18 will no longer be compatible with prior node versions. Please keep this in mind when planning any upgrades and managing any ledger backups.RenamingDirectory renaming will occur with this release so if you are running a Docker setup please verify you are mounting any host volumes to /root in the container instead of /root/RaiBlocks and adjust files accordingly to prevent impacts related to this change. If you aren’t sure about the changes needed please join us on Reddit or Discord for assistance.API change for nano_libIn nano_lib the functions: xrb_uint128_to_dec, xrb_uint256_to_string, and xrb_uint256_to_address will null terminate the strings. Any APIs making use of these functions will need to accommodate this functionality.For a comprehensive list of all of the improvements in Dolphin, check out the Full Changelog on GitHub.What’s coming nextNow that Dolphin has made its way onto the main net, it is time to shift our focus to the next significant milestone release of the Nano node software — Solidus. We are very excited to start talking about the great new features users can expect with the Solidus release, so keep an eye on our feeds for more updates!To keep up with the progress towards our next release, follow the Solidus Milestone Tracker.The Dolphin release has arrived. was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 21

Weekly Nano Update 2/18/19

Nano now on Wirex, Achieving Adoption in Venezuela funded, Dolphin RC#3 on Beta and Nano How 2Nano now on Wirex!body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}A great write-up from @wirexapp on the addition of $NANO to their platform. "Like Wirex, the team behind Nano endeavours to make money more efficient, for a more equal world - and we're delighted to be a part of those plans." https://t.co/jCZi7bh9Ne — @nanofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}We kicked off the week with the exciting announcement of the addition of Nano to leading payment platform Wirex.“The strategic integration with Wirex represents a milestone moment in bringing Nano into everyday use. Providing people with a simple method of buying, selling, exchanging and spending Nano is a strong step forward in our mission to establish Nano as the leading peer-to-peer digital currency,” said Nano Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer, George Coxon.The integration with the UK-based digital money platform allows the coin to be seamlessly spent across 40 million outlets around the world through the Wirex Visa card, creating the fastest decentralized bridge between cryptocurrency and real-world spendingPavel Matveev, CEO at Wirex said: “We are delighted to add Nano to our platform and empower its community to spend their money their way. It aligns with our mission to give our customers access to and control of their money, whenever and wherever they want, without any restriction or compromise.”New Venezuelan project funded at The Nano CenterWe saw the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project reach full funding (with plenty to spare) on Thursday and it was met with great enthusiasm from the community. The project is designed to help raise the general awareness of the empowering nature of cryptocurrency, specifically Nano, in Venezuela. The community is excited to follow the efforts and have already demonstrated an eagerness to support the team on the ground in as many ways as they can!Dolphin RC#3 is on beta!The third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network earlier today and upgrades are already happening across nodes there. This new update brings some general bug fixes and better management for the unchecked table. For more details checkout announcement here.Reddit Thread of the week Nano How 2Nano How secures its place as the Reddit thread of the week for the second time running, this week covering blocks, hashes, and lattices. These concepts are central to the $NANO protocol, but unsurprisingly many people feel disconnected from the technological aspects of Nano due to the use of complicated language, industry jargon, and convoluted explanations.Fortunately, u/jayycox knows how to distill things down into the basics and has provided a great write-up for the novice reader to pick up the fundamental concepts.https://medium.com/media/f70872964335e3e71c75e579cfb5ba22/hrefWeekly Nano Update 2/18/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 19

Weekly Nano Update 2/18/19

Nano now on Wirex, Achieving Adoption in Venezuela funded, Dolphin RC#3 on Beta and Nano How 2Nano now on Wirex!body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}A great write-up from @wirexapp on the addition of $NANO to their platform. "Like Wirex, the team behind Nano endeavours to make money more efficient, for a more equal world - and we're delighted to be a part of those plans." https://t.co/jCZi7bh9Ne — @nanofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}We kicked off the week with the exciting announcement of the addition of Nano to leading payment platform Wirex.“The strategic integration with Wirex represents a milestone moment in bringing Nano into everyday use. Providing people with a simple method of buying, selling, exchanging and spending Nano is a strong step forward in our mission to establish Nano as the leading peer-to-peer digital currency,” said Nano Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer, George Coxon.The integration with the UK-based digital money platform allows the coin to be seamlessly spent across 40 million outlets around the world through the Wirex Visa card, creating the fastest decentralized bridge between cryptocurrency and real-world spendingPavel Matveev, CEO at Wirex said: “We are delighted to add Nano to our platform and empower its community to spend their money their way. It aligns with our mission to give our customers access to and control of their money, whenever and wherever they want, without any restriction or compromise.”New Venezuelan project funded at The Nano CenterWe saw the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project reach full funding (with plenty to spare) on Thursday and it was met with great enthusiasm from the community. The project is designed to help raise the general awareness of the empowering nature of cryptocurrency, specifically Nano, in Venezuela. The community is excited to follow the efforts and have already demonstrated an eagerness to support the team on the ground in as many ways as they can!Dolphin RC#3 is on beta!The third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network earlier today and upgrades are already happening across nodes there. This new update brings some general bug fixes and better management for the unchecked table. For more details checkout announcement here.Reddit Thread of the week Nano How 2Nano How secures its place as the Reddit thread of the week for the second time running, this week covering blocks, hashes, and lattices. These concepts are central to the $NANO protocol, but unsurprisingly many people feel disconnected from the technological aspects of Nano due to the use of complicated language, industry jargon, and convoluted explanations.Fortunately, u/jayycox knows how to distill things down into the basics and has provided a great write-up for the novice reader to pick up the fundamental concepts.https://medium.com/media/f70872964335e3e71c75e579cfb5ba22/hrefWeekly Nano Update 2/18/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 19

Weekly Nano Update 2/18/19

Nano now on Wirex, Achieving Adoption in Venezuela funded, Dolphin RC#3 on Beta and Nano How 2Nano now on Wirex!body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}A great write-up from @wirexapp on the addition of $NANO to their platform. "Like Wirex, the team behind Nano endeavours to make money more efficient, for a more equal world - and we're delighted to be a part of those plans." https://t.co/jCZi7bh9Ne — @nanofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}We kicked off the week with the exciting announcement of the addition of Nano to leading payment platform Wirex.“The strategic integration with Wirex represents a milestone moment in bringing Nano into everyday use. Providing people with a simple method of buying, selling, exchanging and spending Nano is a strong step forward in our mission to establish Nano as the leading peer-to-peer digital currency,” said Nano Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer, George Coxon.The integration with the UK-based digital money platform allows the coin to be seamlessly spent across 40 million outlets around the world through the Wirex Visa card, creating the fastest decentralized bridge between cryptocurrency and real-world spendingPavel Matveev, CEO at Wirex said: “We are delighted to add Nano to our platform and empower its community to spend their money their way. It aligns with our mission to give our customers access to and control of their money, whenever and wherever they want, without any restriction or compromise.”New Venezuelan project funded at The Nano CenterWe saw the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project reach full funding (with plenty to spare) on Thursday and it was met with great enthusiasm from the community. The project is designed to help raise the general awareness of the empowering nature of cryptocurrency, specifically Nano, in Venezuela. The community is excited to follow the efforts and have already demonstrated an eagerness to support the team on the ground in as many ways as they can!Dolphin RC#3 is on beta!The third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network earlier today and upgrades are already happening across nodes there. This new update brings some general bug fixes and better management for the unchecked table. For more details checkout announcement here.Reddit Thread of the week Nano How 2Nano How secures its place as the Reddit thread of the week for the second time running, this week covering blocks, hashes, and lattices. These concepts are central to the $NANO protocol, but unsurprisingly many people feel disconnected from the technological aspects of Nano due to the use of complicated language, industry jargon, and convoluted explanations.Fortunately, u/jayycox knows how to distill things down into the basics and has provided a great write-up for the novice reader to pick up the fundamental concepts.https://medium.com/media/f70872964335e3e71c75e579cfb5ba22/hrefWeekly Nano Update 2/18/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 19

Weekly Nano Update 2/18/19

Nano now on Wirex, Achieving Adoption in Venezuela funded, Dolphin RC#3 on Beta and Nano How 2Nano now on Wirex!body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}A great write-up from @wirexapp on the addition of $NANO to their platform. "Like Wirex, the team behind Nano endeavours to make money more efficient, for a more equal world - and we're delighted to be a part of those plans." https://t.co/jCZi7bh9Ne — @nanofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}We kicked off the week with the exciting announcement of the addition of Nano to leading payment platform Wirex.“The strategic integration with Wirex represents a milestone moment in bringing Nano into everyday use. Providing people with a simple method of buying, selling, exchanging and spending Nano is a strong step forward in our mission to establish Nano as the leading peer-to-peer digital currency,” said Nano Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer, George Coxon.The integration with the UK-based digital money platform allows the coin to be seamlessly spent across 40 million outlets around the world through the Wirex Visa card, creating the fastest decentralized bridge between cryptocurrency and real-world spendingPavel Matveev, CEO at Wirex said: “We are delighted to add Nano to our platform and empower its community to spend their money their way. It aligns with our mission to give our customers access to and control of their money, whenever and wherever they want, without any restriction or compromise.”New Venezuelan project funded at The Nano CenterWe saw the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project reach full funding (with plenty to spare) on Thursday and it was met with great enthusiasm from the community. The project is designed to help raise the general awareness of the empowering nature of cryptocurrency, specifically Nano, in Venezuela. The community is excited to follow the efforts and have already demonstrated an eagerness to support the team on the ground in as many ways as they can!Dolphin RC#3 is on beta!The third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network earlier today and upgrades are already happening across nodes there. This new update brings some general bug fixes and better management for the unchecked table. For more details checkout announcement here.Reddit Thread of the week Nano How 2Nano How secures its place as the Reddit thread of the week for the second time running, this week covering blocks, hashes, and lattices. These concepts are central to the $NANO protocol, but unsurprisingly many people feel disconnected from the technological aspects of Nano due to the use of complicated language, industry jargon, and convoluted explanations.Fortunately, u/jayycox knows how to distill things down into the basics and has provided a great write-up for the novice reader to pick up the fundamental concepts.https://medium.com/media/f70872964335e3e71c75e579cfb5ba22/hrefWeekly Nano Update 2/18/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 19

Weekly Nano Update 2/18/19

Nano now on Wirex, Achieving Adoption in Venezuela funded, Dolphin RC#3 on Beta and Nano How 2Nano now on Wirex!body[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}A great write-up from @wirexapp on the addition of $NANO to their platform. "Like Wirex, the team behind Nano endeavours to make money more efficient, for a more equal world - and we're delighted to be a part of those plans." https://t.co/jCZi7bh9Ne — @nanofunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}We kicked off the week with the exciting announcement of the addition of Nano to leading payment platform Wirex.“The strategic integration with Wirex represents a milestone moment in bringing Nano into everyday use. Providing people with a simple method of buying, selling, exchanging and spending Nano is a strong step forward in our mission to establish Nano as the leading peer-to-peer digital currency,” said Nano Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer, George Coxon.The integration with the UK-based digital money platform allows the coin to be seamlessly spent across 40 million outlets around the world through the Wirex Visa card, creating the fastest decentralized bridge between cryptocurrency and real-world spendingPavel Matveev, CEO at Wirex said: “We are delighted to add Nano to our platform and empower its community to spend their money their way. It aligns with our mission to give our customers access to and control of their money, whenever and wherever they want, without any restriction or compromise.”New Venezuelan project funded at The Nano CenterWe saw the Achieving Adoption in Venezuela project reach full funding (with plenty to spare) on Thursday and it was met with great enthusiasm from the community. The project is designed to help raise the general awareness of the empowering nature of cryptocurrency, specifically Nano, in Venezuela. The community is excited to follow the efforts and have already demonstrated an eagerness to support the team on the ground in as many ways as they can!Dolphin RC#3 is on beta!The third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network earlier today and upgrades are already happening across nodes there. This new update brings some general bug fixes and better management for the unchecked table. For more details checkout announcement here.Reddit Thread of the week Nano How 2Nano How secures its place as the Reddit thread of the week for the second time running, this week covering blocks, hashes, and lattices. These concepts are central to the $NANO protocol, but unsurprisingly many people feel disconnected from the technological aspects of Nano due to the use of complicated language, industry jargon, and convoluted explanations.Fortunately, u/jayycox knows how to distill things down into the basics and has provided a great write-up for the novice reader to pick up the fundamental concepts.https://medium.com/media/f70872964335e3e71c75e579cfb5ba22/hrefWeekly Nano Update 2/18/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 19

Dolphin RC #3 Released

Our third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network, ready to be put through its paces by our developer community.New with this update are some general bug and build issue fixes and better management for unchecked table entries. For more details on the version 18 features, swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release.Help us testTo participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org. For anyone with an existing node on beta please review the upgrade process details for information about impacts of the rai > nano renaming and database upgrades happening with Dolphin. We also encourage all beta node operators to join the #beta-net channel on Discord.Thanks to the efforts of all our community members who help Nano improve every single day!Change LogRelease V18.0RC3 (2019–02–18)Full ChangelogThe following changes are new with this version as compared to V18.0RC1 and V18.0RC2 change logs.Implemented enhancements:Cli debug online weight [#1744]Respond to keepalive messages within a TCP socket [#1742]Fix reported by TSAN issues [#1739]Update CLI — debug_validate_blocks to validate sideband data [#1735]Remove unnecessary cast [#1730]Cleanup unchecked table after each bootstrap attempt [#1724]Use cpack to build zip for win [#1706]adding support for rpm building [#1175]Fixed bugs:[ASAN] replace junk data with 0 for peer_put () [#1745][ASAN] don’t create more wallets in vote_minimum test [#1743]Fix some asan issues in tests [#1741]Initialize peer_information members [#1738]Make the sideband open block start at a height of 1 [#1737]block_store.sideband_height test [#1736]Update appveyor.yml [#1722]Update github issue template bug bounty info [#1720]Support both nano_ and rai_ prefixes for unit conversion RPCs [#1719]Fix uses of lambdas on GCC < 7.1.0 [#1715]Find pthread in CMakeLists.txt [#1714]Only blacklist the TSAN file when using clang compiler [#1713]Fix wallet import for old JSON files [#1712]Appveyor: fix building PRs during CI [#1710]Update missed rai:: references to nano:: [#1709]ipc: Handle rpc actions doing async ops [#1708]Dolphin RC #3 Released was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 18

Dolphin RC #3 Released

Our third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network, ready to be put through its paces by our developer community.New with this update are some general bug and build issue fixes and better management for unchecked table entries. For more details on the version 18 features, swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release.Help us testTo participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org. For anyone with an existing node on beta please review the upgrade process details for information about impacts of the rai > nano renaming and database upgrades happening with Dolphin. We also encourage all beta node operators to join the #beta-net channel on Discord.Thanks to the efforts of all our community members who help Nano improve every single day!Change LogRelease V18.0RC3 (2019–02–18)Full ChangelogThe following changes are new with this version as compared to V18.0RC1 and V18.0RC2 change logs.Implemented enhancements:Cli debug online weight [#1744]Respond to keepalive messages within a TCP socket [#1742]Fix reported by TSAN issues [#1739]Update CLI — debug_validate_blocks to validate sideband data [#1735]Remove unnecessary cast [#1730]Cleanup unchecked table after each bootstrap attempt [#1724]Use cpack to build zip for win [#1706]adding support for rpm building [#1175]Fixed bugs:[ASAN] replace junk data with 0 for peer_put () [#1745][ASAN] don’t create more wallets in vote_minimum test [#1743]Fix some asan issues in tests [#1741]Initialize peer_information members [#1738]Make the sideband open block start at a height of 1 [#1737]block_store.sideband_height test [#1736]Update appveyor.yml [#1722]Update github issue template bug bounty info [#1720]Support both nano_ and rai_ prefixes for unit conversion RPCs [#1719]Fix uses of lambdas on GCC < 7.1.0 [#1715]Find pthread in CMakeLists.txt [#1714]Only blacklist the TSAN file when using clang compiler [#1713]Fix wallet import for old JSON files [#1712]Appveyor: fix building PRs during CI [#1710]Update missed rai:: references to nano:: [#1709]ipc: Handle rpc actions doing async ops [#1708]Dolphin RC #3 Released was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 18

Dolphin RC #3 Released

Our third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network, ready to be put through its paces by our developer community.New with this update are some general bug and build issue fixes and better management for unchecked table entries. For more details on the version 18 features, swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release.Help us testTo participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org. For anyone with an existing node on beta please review the upgrade process details for information about impacts of the rai > nano renaming and database upgrades happening with Dolphin. We also encourage all beta node operators to join the #beta-net channel on Discord.Thanks to the efforts of all our community members who help Nano improve every single day!Change LogRelease V18.0RC3 (2019–02–18)Full ChangelogThe following changes are new with this version as compared to V18.0RC1 and V18.0RC2 change logs.Implemented enhancements:Cli debug online weight [#1744]Respond to keepalive messages within a TCP socket [#1742]Fix reported by TSAN issues [#1739]Update CLI — debug_validate_blocks to validate sideband data [#1735]Remove unnecessary cast [#1730]Cleanup unchecked table after each bootstrap attempt [#1724]Use cpack to build zip for win [#1706]adding support for rpm building [#1175]Fixed bugs:[ASAN] replace junk data with 0 for peer_put () [#1745][ASAN] don’t create more wallets in vote_minimum test [#1743]Fix some asan issues in tests [#1741]Initialize peer_information members [#1738]Make the sideband open block start at a height of 1 [#1737]block_store.sideband_height test [#1736]Update appveyor.yml [#1722]Update github issue template bug bounty info [#1720]Support both nano_ and rai_ prefixes for unit conversion RPCs [#1719]Fix uses of lambdas on GCC < 7.1.0 [#1715]Find pthread in CMakeLists.txt [#1714]Only blacklist the TSAN file when using clang compiler [#1713]Fix wallet import for old JSON files [#1712]Appveyor: fix building PRs during CI [#1710]Update missed rai:: references to nano:: [#1709]ipc: Handle rpc actions doing async ops [#1708]Dolphin RC #3 Released was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 18

Dolphin RC #3 Released

Our third Dolphin release candidate has arrived on the beta network, ready to be put through its paces by our developer community.New with this update are some general bug and build issue fixes and better management for unchecked table entries. For more details on the version 18 features, swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release.Help us testTo participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org. For anyone with an existing node on beta please review the upgrade process details for information about impacts of the rai > nano renaming and database upgrades happening with Dolphin. We also encourage all beta node operators to join the #beta-net channel on Discord.Thanks to the efforts of all our community members who help Nano improve every single day!Change LogRelease V18.0RC3 (2019–02–18)Full ChangelogThe following changes are new with this version as compared to V18.0RC1 and V18.0RC2 change logs.Implemented enhancements:Cli debug online weight [#1744]Respond to keepalive messages within a TCP socket [#1742]Fix reported by TSAN issues [#1739]Update CLI — debug_validate_blocks to validate sideband data [#1735]Remove unnecessary cast [#1730]Cleanup unchecked table after each bootstrap attempt [#1724]Use cpack to build zip for win [#1706]adding support for rpm building [#1175]Fixed bugs:[ASAN] replace junk data with 0 for peer_put () [#1745][ASAN] don’t create more wallets in vote_minimum test [#1743]Fix some asan issues in tests [#1741]Initialize peer_information members [#1738]Make the sideband open block start at a height of 1 [#1737]block_store.sideband_height test [#1736]Update appveyor.yml [#1722]Update github issue template bug bounty info [#1720]Support both nano_ and rai_ prefixes for unit conversion RPCs [#1719]Fix uses of lambdas on GCC < 7.1.0 [#1715]Find pthread in CMakeLists.txt [#1714]Only blacklist the TSAN file when using clang compiler [#1713]Fix wallet import for old JSON files [#1712]Appveyor: fix building PRs during CI [#1710]Update missed rai:: references to nano:: [#1709]ipc: Handle rpc actions doing async ops [#1708]Dolphin RC #3 Released was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 18

Weekly Nano Update 2/11/19

Dolphin testing well on beta, Nano on Travala, Binance report and a guide to seeds and keys!Dolphin Release Candidate 2 on beta networkOur community of Nano beta testers has been feverishly putting Dolphin release candidate 2 through its paces ahead of the main release. Preliminary reports show Dolphin providing a distinct reduction in confirmation times, and we are excited to see how this performance improvement translates to the main network on general release.Swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release for more information on Nano node V18. To participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org.All of your efforts are valuable and help us make Nano better with each release — thank you!You can book your holiday with Nanobody[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}You can now book 550,000+ hotels worldwide with $NANO using the https://t.co/CL8FxAXFXS built in crypto payment gateway. Travel to 82,000+ destinations with your favourite #crypto #NANO #blockchain #travel #usecase #adoption @nano @ColinLeMahieu @NANO_Updates — @travalacomfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Travala.com, a crypto-friendly hotel booking service, started offering their customers the ability to make payment using Nano this week. By utilizing the CoinGate merchant integration, Travala joins thousands of other merchants now offering the ability to pay in Nano for their services. CoinGate is a well-established payment platform offering convenient automatic settlement into fiat. This is a service useful for merchants wishing to avoid the current volatility found in cryptocurrencies.Network issues at BinanceOn Tuesday, we received reports of users incorrectly being credited Nano on their internal Binance accounts. After moving quickly to alert and work with Binance on identifying the source of the deposits, we were able to diagnose the issue and advise accordingly. For a full technical explanation of what happened, please consult our incident report.Thank you for your reports, patience, and understanding this week. We are committed to exploring ways to improve our service communication procedures as we move forward.Nano How — Thread of the weekSeeds, private keys, public keys, blocks, and signed blocks. Lost? Don’t worry, the vast majority of us are. Thankfully, among us, there are those with the rare skill to be able to translate and explain this type of information.Nano enthusiast and prolific prototype producer u/jayycox has released the first in a planned series of back to basics articles designed to discuss some of the underlying principals of the Nano protocol. With refreshing accessibility, the most non-tech literate users will be able to build on their knowledge of how the protocol works, starting this week with Seed/Keys.Weekly Nano Update 2/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 11

Weekly Nano Update 2/11/19

Dolphin testing well on beta, Nano on Travala, Binance report and a guide to seeds and keys!Dolphin Release Candidate 2 on beta networkOur community of Nano beta testers has been feverishly putting Dolphin release candidate 2 through its paces ahead of the main release. Preliminary reports show Dolphin providing a distinct reduction in confirmation times, and we are excited to see how this performance improvement translates to the main network on general release.Swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release for more information on Nano node V18. To participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org.All of your efforts are valuable and help us make Nano better with each release — thank you!You can book your holiday with Nanobody[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}You can now book 550,000+ hotels worldwide with $NANO using the https://t.co/CL8FxAXFXS built in crypto payment gateway. Travel to 82,000+ destinations with your favourite #crypto #NANO #blockchain #travel #usecase #adoption @nano @ColinLeMahieu @NANO_Updates — @travalacomfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Travala.com, a crypto-friendly hotel booking service, started offering their customers the ability to make payment using Nano this week. By utilizing the CoinGate merchant integration, Travala joins thousands of other merchants now offering the ability to pay in Nano for their services. CoinGate is a well-established payment platform offering convenient automatic settlement into fiat. This is a service useful for merchants wishing to avoid the current volatility found in cryptocurrencies.Network issues at BinanceOn Tuesday, we received reports of users incorrectly being credited Nano on their internal Binance accounts. After moving quickly to alert and work with Binance on identifying the source of the deposits, we were able to diagnose the issue and advise accordingly. For a full technical explanation of what happened, please consult our incident report.Thank you for your reports, patience, and understanding this week. We are committed to exploring ways to improve our service communication procedures as we move forward.Nano How — Thread of the weekSeeds, private keys, public keys, blocks, and signed blocks. Lost? Don’t worry, the vast majority of us are. Thankfully, among us, there are those with the rare skill to be able to translate and explain this type of information.Nano enthusiast and prolific prototype producer u/jayycox has released the first in a planned series of back to basics articles designed to discuss some of the underlying principals of the Nano protocol. With refreshing accessibility, the most non-tech literate users will be able to build on their knowledge of how the protocol works, starting this week with Seed/Keys.Weekly Nano Update 2/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 02. 11

Weekly Nano Update 2/11/19

Dolphin testing well on beta, Nano on Travala, Binance report and a guide to seeds and keys!Dolphin Release Candidate 2 on beta networkOur community of Nano beta testers has been feverishly putting Dolphin release candidate 2 through its paces ahead of the main release. Preliminary reports show Dolphin providing a distinct reduction in confirmation times, and we are excited to see how this performance improvement translates to the main network on general release.Swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release for more information on Nano node V18. To participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org.All of your efforts are valuable and help us make Nano better with each release — thank you!You can book your holiday with Nanobody[data-twttr-rendered="true"] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;}You can now book 550,000+ hotels worldwide with $NANO using the https://t.co/CL8FxAXFXS built in crypto payment gateway. Travel to 82,000+ destinations with your favourite #crypto #NANO #blockchain #travel #usecase #adoption @nano @ColinLeMahieu @NANO_Updates — @travalacomfunction notifyResize(height) {height = height ? height : document.documentElement.offsetHeight; var resized = false; if (window.donkey && donkey.resize) {donkey.resize(height); resized = true;}if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var obj = {iframe: window.frameElement, height: height}; parent._resizeIframe(obj); resized = true;}if (window.location && window.location.hash === "#amp=1" && window.parent && window.parent.postMessage) {window.parent.postMessage({sentinel: "amp", type: "embed-size", height: height}, "*");}if (window.webkit && window.webkit.messageHandlers && window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize) {window.webkit.messageHandlers.resize.postMessage(height); resized = true;}return resized;}twttr.events.bind('rendered', function (event) {notifyResize();}); twttr.events.bind('resize', function (event) {notifyResize();});if (parent && parent._resizeIframe) {var maxWidth = parseInt(window.frameElement.getAttribute("width")); if ( 500 < maxWidth) {window.frameElement.setAttribute("width", "500");}}Travala.com, a crypto-friendly hotel booking service, started offering their customers the ability to make payment using Nano this week. By utilizing the CoinGate merchant integration, Travala joins thousands of other merchants now offering the ability to pay in Nano for their services. CoinGate is a well-established payment platform offering convenient automatic settlement into fiat. This is a service useful for merchants wishing to avoid the current volatility found in cryptocurrencies.Network issues at BinanceOn Tuesday, we received reports of users incorrectly being credited Nano on their internal Binance accounts. After moving quickly to alert and work with Binance on identifying the source of the deposits, we were able to diagnose the issue and advise accordingly. For a full technical explanation of what happened, please consult our incident report.Thank you for your reports, patience, and understanding this week. We are committed to exploring ways to improve our service communication procedures as we move forward.Nano How — Thread of the weekSeeds, private keys, public keys, blocks, and signed blocks. Lost? Don’t worry, the vast majority of us are. Thankfully, among us, there are those with the rare skill to be able to translate and explain this type of information.Nano enthusiast and prolific prototype producer u/jayycox has released the first in a planned series of back to basics articles designed to discuss some of the underlying principals of the Nano protocol. With refreshing accessibility, the most non-tech literate users will be able to build on their knowledge of how the protocol works, starting this week with Seed/Keys.Weekly Nano Update 2/11/19 was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 02. 11

Incident report: v17.0 loca...

The following report details the two recent incidents of local block rollbacks on a small set of nodes. The incidents were made possible by the introduction of epoch blocks and resolved with the latest V17.1 release.Incident 1On January 14th at 11 pm GMT an invalid fork resolution attempt was detected between a distributed account-open epoch block and a send block, with this root block. It occurred on one of our internal nodes and on a handful of other nodes on the network, most notably the Canoe and Nanowat.ch representatives.During propagation of the epoch block across the network, the affected nodes went through a series of elections and rollback events related to invalid matching roots on the blocks (see root cause analysis below for more details on this). This caused a rollback of related blocks on the send block’s account to its predecessor from ~15.8 million to ~11.9 million, totaling approximately 3.9 million blocks (see chart below). Due to the design of the network, the few nodes affected stayed connected and were able to fully resync between 12–20 hours later without interference or updates.Incident 2On February 5th at 12 pm GMT we received multiple reports of unexpected deposits of Nano into users’ Binance accounts. We immediately requested Binance suspend deposits, withdrawals and trading, and later notified the community while working with Binance to diagnose the issue. It was discovered that older transactions were received again on their node during the process of resyncing. This issue was possible in V17.0 of the Nano node they were running and was triggered similar to the epoch block distribution issue mentioned above.Due to their particular wallet implementation, these old transactions were incorrectly credited to user accounts in their system. Binance has upgraded their nodes to V17.1, initially released on January 21st which resolves the epoch block related rollback issue, and is working to resolve the incorrect deposits that occurred on user accounts. We are also in the process of assisting them in a review and update of their wallet implementation of Nano. Normal operations for Binance will resume once the situation is fully resolved.Root cause analysis of the block rollbacksAfter thorough code reviews, we identified an issue where the node would incorrectly determine that two blocks conflicted. The node detects conflicts between blocks by comparing the block’s “root” for equality. For non-open blocks, its root is the hash of the previous block (block hash root). For account-open blocks, the root is the account numbers public key hash (account number root).The conflict detection code relies on the impossibility of having a block hash equal an account number’s public key hash. This impossibility exists because block hashes are random and it would not be possible to produce a public key hash for a chosen account number by the account signer since this would require deriving a private key from a public key. When epoch blocks were introduced, this impossibility no longer applied because an account can be opened by a signer other than the account signer, which is the epoch signer.So the following conditions must be in place for this issue to have the potential to occur:The issue can only happen when epoch-signer account-open epoch blocks are published; it cannot happen through normal network operations.This issue could not have happened before the commit on 2018–07–14 when epoch blocks were introduced, so only nodes V15.0 to V17.0 had the potential to be impacted.The account-open epoch block would have to have its root value match another block hash in the ledger.In addition to these conditions, a specific series of events had to occur to cause the incidents: some nodes would have to receive the epoch block before a majority of the network had seen it. Within this timeframe it must have sent a query out to at least one node that had not yet received the epoch block which would then have responded with the old block it thought was in conflict and this would have been added to the local election. Once both were in the election and the epoch block received sufficient quorum, it would initiate a rollback of the old block thinking this was necessary to fit the epoch block. Since this rollback was actually unnecessary as there is no conflict, subsequent bootstrapping would have inserted the old block again and the node would recover.ResolutionV17.1 was released to resolve the issue, preventing the node from seeing conflicts between roots that are account number public key hashes and roots that are block hashes. We have been in contact with Binance and other services and exchanges to verify they have upgraded their nodes to this latest version.It’s important to note: no double spend occurred on the network and the issue was not caused by the 17.0 to 17.1 upgrade.We want to provide confidence that in the future any key upgrades to the network will happen as broadly and quickly as possible, so we are reviewing our processes to ensure that we have streamlined communications in place for notifying and verifying exchanges and services of these releases going forward.We will also be following up with additional details and best practices around integrating Nano with exchanges and services in the coming weeks.Thank you for your patience as we’ve worked through the V17.1 release and upgrade process. We are currently testing our next Dolphin release and look forward to continuing improving the Nano network for everyone.Incident report: v17.0 local block rollback events and Binance incorrect deposits was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 10

Incident report: v17.0 loca...

The following report details the two recent incidents of local block rollbacks on a small set of nodes. The incidents were made possible by the introduction of epoch blocks and resolved with the latest V17.1 release.Incident 1On January 14th at 11 pm GMT an invalid fork resolution attempt was detected between a distributed account-open epoch block and a send block, with this root block. It occurred on one of our internal nodes and on a handful of other nodes on the network, most notably the Canoe and Nanowat.ch representatives.During propagation of the epoch block across the network, the affected nodes went through a series of elections and rollback events related to invalid matching roots on the blocks (see root cause analysis below for more details on this). This caused a rollback of related blocks on the send block’s account to its predecessor from ~15.8 million to ~11.9 million, totaling approximately 3.9 million blocks (see chart below). Due to the design of the network, the few nodes affected stayed connected and were able to fully resync between 12–20 hours later without interference or updates.Incident 2On February 5th at 12 pm GMT we received multiple reports of unexpected deposits of Nano into users’ Binance accounts. We immediately requested Binance suspend deposits, withdrawals and trading, and later notified the community while working with Binance to diagnose the issue. It was discovered that older transactions were received again on their node during the process of resyncing. This issue was possible in V17.0 of the Nano node they were running and was triggered similar to the epoch block distribution issue mentioned above.Due to their particular wallet implementation, these old transactions were incorrectly credited to user accounts in their system. Binance has upgraded their nodes to V17.1, initially released on January 21st which resolves the epoch block related rollback issue, and is working to resolve the incorrect deposits that occurred on user accounts. We are also in the process of assisting them in a review and update of their wallet implementation of Nano. Normal operations for Binance will resume once the situation is fully resolved.Root cause analysis of the block rollbacksAfter thorough code reviews, we identified an issue where the node would incorrectly determine that two blocks conflicted. The node detects conflicts between blocks by comparing the block’s “root” for equality. For non-open blocks, its root is the hash of the previous block (block hash root). For account-open blocks, the root is the account numbers public key hash (account number root).The conflict detection code relies on the impossibility of having a block hash equal an account number’s public key hash. This impossibility exists because block hashes are random and it would not be possible to produce a public key hash for a chosen account number by the account signer since this would require deriving a private key from a public key. When epoch blocks were introduced, this impossibility no longer applied because an account can be opened by a signer other than the account signer, which is the epoch signer.So the following conditions must be in place for this issue to have the potential to occur:The issue can only happen when epoch-signer account-open epoch blocks are published; it cannot happen through normal network operations.This issue could not have happened before the commit on 2018–07–14 when epoch blocks were introduced, so only nodes V15.0 to V17.0 had the potential to be impacted.The account-open epoch block would have to have its root value match another block hash in the ledger.In addition to these conditions, a specific series of events had to occur to cause the incidents: some nodes would have to receive the epoch block before a majority of the network had seen it. Within this timeframe it must have sent a query out to at least one node that had not yet received the epoch block which would then have responded with the old block it thought was in conflict and this would have been added to the local election. Once both were in the election and the epoch block received sufficient quorum, it would initiate a rollback of the old block thinking this was necessary to fit the epoch block. Since this rollback was actually unnecessary as there is no conflict, subsequent bootstrapping would have inserted the old block again and the node would recover.ResolutionV17.1 was released to resolve the issue, preventing the node from seeing conflicts between roots that are account number public key hashes and roots that are block hashes. We have been in contact with Binance and other services and exchanges to verify they have upgraded their nodes to this latest version.It’s important to note: no double spend occurred on the network and the issue was not caused by the 17.0 to 17.1 upgrade.We want to provide confidence that in the future any key upgrades to the network will happen as broadly and quickly as possible, so we are reviewing our processes to ensure that we have streamlined communications in place for notifying and verifying exchanges and services of these releases going forward.We will also be following up with additional details and best practices around integrating Nano with exchanges and services in the coming weeks.Thank you for your patience as we’ve worked through the V17.1 release and upgrade process. We are currently testing our next Dolphin release and look forward to continuing improving the Nano network for everyone.Incident report: v17.0 local block rollback events and Binance incorrect deposits was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Nano

19. 02. 10

Dolphin RC #2 Released

The second Dolphin release candidate makes its way onto the beta networkThe second release candidate of our Dolphin release is now available for testing on the beta network.For more details on the version 18 features, swim on over to our Dolphin Deep Dive or surf through the commits in the Github release.Help us testTo participate in testing on the beta network, visit https://beta.nano.org. For anyone with an existing node on beta please review the upgrade process details for information about impacts of the rai > nano renaming and database upgrades happening with Dolphin. We also encourage all beta node operators to join the #beta-net channel on Discord.We are thankful to have such a passionate community of beta testers providing feedback and filing bug reports. All your efforts are valuable and help us make Nano better with each release — thank you!Change LogRelease V18.0RC2 (2019–02–05)Full ChangelogThe following changes are new with this version as compared to full V18.0RC1 change log.Implemented enhancements:Exclude miniupnpc install () [#1701]Factor out signature checker [#1700]Configurable timer clock type [#1699]Add alarm operations to memory stats RPC [#1694]Factor out block processor [#1692]CLI to clear online_weight & peers [#1689]Add missing beta/live network helper constants [#1693]Convert deserializers to use exceptions [#1584]Request confirmation faster for new blocks [#1518]Fixed bugs:Data race when upgrading sideband information [#1705]State blocks subtype check for RPC “process” [#1704]Deserializer changes in unchecked_info [#1703]Update .gitmodules to reflect branch change for LMDB [#1702]Sign windows [#1698]Build/debug beta [#1696]Fix handling non-UTF8 code pages on windows [#1695]Info.plist generation, out-of-src build support [#1686]Specify the path to the TSAN blacklist, to allow out-of-tree builds [#1655]Dolphin RC #2 Released was originally published in Nano on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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19. 02. 08

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CoinEx NANO/USDT 2,184.10 9,657,027.64 Short cut
Gate.io NANO/BTC 2,175.18 3,302,981.99 Short cut
Huobi Korea NANO/BTC 2,176.17 34,991.86 Short cut
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