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  • Market Cap
    $159,591,485
  • 24h Vol (Global)
    ฿691 ($7,065,206)
  • Circulating Supply
    133,248,297
  • Issue Date
    2015-10-04
  • Issue Price
    $0.020000
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Max SupplyCirculating SupplyIssue DateIssue PriceConsensus ProtocolExplorer
133,248,290133,248,2972015-10-04$0.020000DPOS1
www.nanode.co
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nanocrawler.cc
Total SupplyCryptographic AlgorithmSource CodeWhite PaperWebsiteType
133,248,297Blake2bhttps://github.com/nanocurrenchttps://nano.orgCOIN

Launched in 2015 by Colin LeMahieu as RaiBlocks, Nano is a low-latency payment platform that requires minimal resources; making Nano ideal for peer-to-peer transactions. INSTANT TRANSACTIONS Nano transactions happen immediately, so it's a currency you can use every day for purchases large or small. ZERO FEES Pay for the purchase, not the privilege – zero fees on whatever you buy, from bus ticket to business class flight. INFINITY SCALABLE Nano can process over 1000x more transactions per second than Bitcoin, so you'll never get stuck in a queue. EACH ACCOUNT HAS THEIR OWN BLOCKCHAIN With Nano, each account has their own blockchain as part of a larger directed acyclic graph. Each individual user provides the computational power for the verification of their own transactions, meaning entire network is not required to update the overall ledger together in massive blocks. WALLETS PRE-CACHE THE ANTI-SPAM PROOF-OF-WORK Wallets pre-cache the anti-spam Proof of Work for the next transaction once a transaction is sent, making transactions instantaneous, as both sides have the proof of work ready to go. RUNNING A NODE COSTS NEXT TO NOTHING Because the protocol is incredibly lightweight and running a node costs next to nothing, Nano’s transactions are processed with no fees. One transaction fits within a single UDP packet, and transactions are handled independently, eliminating any block size issue.

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    Andy Johnson

    Andy Johnson

    Social Media and Community Engagement

    During the last year, Andy has been pivotal in building some of the most visible projects in the Nano ecosystem and as a founding member of The Nano Center, brings a vast knowledge of Nano and its community. Andy leads Nano's social media and community outreach programs.

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    Roy Keene

    Roy Keene

    Protocol Development Lead

    With over 20 years of software development, system administration, network administration, for a variety of organizations, Roy brings a diverse background and skillset to Nano and is responsible for release planning, debugging/protocol development, and patch validation.

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    George Coxon

    George Coxon

    Operations & Partnerships

    George manages global operations and partnerships for the Nano Foundation.

    Troy Retzer

    Troy Retzer

    Communications & Public Relations

    As a business consultant for the last 10 years, Troy has worked to grow a number of companies into successful businesses. His role in Nano is public relations, marketing and community management.

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    Austin Ramsdale

    Austin Ramsdale

    Community Management and Support

    With nearly 20 years of experience in traditional brick-and-mortar retail and ecommerce experience, Austin understands the customer experience, lifecycles, and POS & Platform integrations. You can typically find him helping users in the support channel on our official Discord server.

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    Devin Alexander Torres

    Devin Alexander Torres

    Desktop Developer

    A software developer with over a decade of experience building highly reliable software solutions for the publishing, travel, insurance, and e-commerce industries. He loves building fault-tolerant distributed systems and karaoke.

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    Mica Busch

    Mica Busch

    Integration Development Lead

    Mica is a control system developer, self-taught programmer and deeply curious tinkerer at heart. He has been involved in cryptocurrency since 2011. Mica is responsible for our web infrastructure and development as well as assisting services with integrating Nano.

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    Russel Waters

    Russel Waters

    Build and Test Infrastructure Development Lead

    An experienced C++ developer who began working in cryptocurrency in 2013, Russel is responsible for GitHub maintenance, continuous integration, node builds and package management.

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    Colin LeMahieu

    Colin LeMahieu

    Creator & Lead Developer

    A software developer for the last 10 years, Colin founded RaiBlocks, now Nano, in 2014. He moved to the project full time in 2017 and is spearheading development of the core protocol. His interests include space technology, physics, and environmental sustainability.

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    Colin LeMahieu

    Colin LeMahieu

    Founder & Lead Developer

    A software developer for the last 10 years, Colin founded RaiBlocks, now Nano, in 2014. He moved to the project full time in 2017 and is spearheading development of the core protocol.

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Introduction

Launched in 2015 by Colin LeMahieu as RaiBlocks, Nano is a low-latency payment platform that requires minimal resources; making Nano ideal for peer-to-peer transactions. INSTANT TRANSACTIONS Nano transactions happen immediately, so it's a currency you can use every day for purchases large or small. ZERO FEES Pay for the purchase, not the privilege – zero fees on whatever you buy, from bus ticket to business class flight. INFINITY SCALABLE Nano can process over 1000x more transactions per second than Bitcoin, so you'll never get stuck in a queue. EACH ACCOUNT HAS THEIR OWN BLOCKCHAIN With Nano, each account has their own blockchain as part of a larger directed acyclic graph. Each individual user provides the computational power for the verification of their own transactions, meaning entire network is not required to update the overall ledger together in massive blocks. WALLETS PRE-CACHE THE ANTI-SPAM PROOF-OF-WORK Wallets pre-cache the anti-spam Proof of Work for the next transaction once a transaction is sent, making transactions instantaneous, as both sides have the proof of work ready to go. RUNNING A NODE COSTS NEXT TO NOTHING Because the protocol is incredibly lightweight and running a node costs next to nothing, Nano’s transactions are processed with no fees. One transaction fits within a single UDP packet, and transactions are handled independently, eliminating any block size issue.

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