Nano is a cryptocurrency focused on fast transactions, no fees, and scalability.

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Reviews for Nano

  • Jackson Palmer on Nano Group Product Manager at Adobe and Creator of Dogecoin

    One thing I find interesting about these "next-gen" and "scalable" blockchains is that although they've been released, transaction volume is scarily low. For instance, #Nano is processing a whopping 0.2 transactions per second currently.

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  • Charlie Lee on Nano Creator of Litecoin

    I took a look at Nano currency recently. Pretty neat. Every account has its own blockchain. It focuses on fast and free transactions for payments. Uses PoS for double-spend protection and PoW to fight spam. The challenge is to keep it decentralized.

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  • Eric Meltzer on Nano Partner at INB

    Nano/RaiBlocks is pretty interesting. The big issue they face is figuring out a way to deal with spam attacks that doesn't result in a massive network slowdown or a de facto reversion to being purely PoS.

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  • Larry Sukernik on Nano Investments at Digital Currency Group

    I did a light diligence of XRB last night and came away cringing. They called their blockchain a block lattice. Everything else about it was pretty cringeworthy too.

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  • Matt Odell on Nano Co-founder of CoinPrices

    The incentives seem broken. If Nano is successful, then the representative nodes are going to cost a lot of $$ to run, and they don't get paid. As a result, I think the network will remain centralized.

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  • Kevin Pan on Nano Product Manager at Twitch

    Nano works as described: near instant and feeless transactions with unlimited transaction throughput. . . . However, Nano is currently being held back by an unproven consensus algorithm, spam vulnerability, centralization concerns, and the lack of smart contracts. Nevertheless, the network in its current state works, and it works well. [It has the] potential to seriously challenge big names like IOTA and even Bitcoin.

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  • Murad Mahmudov on Nano Cyptocurrency at Adaptive Capital.

    Speed is mostly irrelevant for SoV.

    It's all about security + disinflation + proven unchangeability . . . BTC beats Nano by an enormous margin.

    Holding Nano as a bet it can become a "SoV" when BTC exists is irrational, dangerous, risky.

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  • Noah Ruderman on Nano Software Engineer, Facebook

    Nano is looking to be for cheap, simple payments. It's not trying to be maximally decentralized like Bitcoin. It's arguable that, even if only data centers ran historical nodes, Nano would be less centralized than BTC, whose hash power is controlled by only a few pools.

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