But is it Fast? Transaction Speed Test on Natrium

About this video

In this video featured by the Nano Foundation, a Nano Foundation Community Member shows the speed of a Nano Transaction on the Natrium Wallet.
For those who are not aware, the Natrium Wallet is a community made project, which allows Nano users to transfer the currency at lightning speeds, on an easy to use interface.

All of this is used to facilitate the usage of Nano as a currency that can be used on a day-to-day basis, at the convenience of the user. This also helps to showcase how Nano can be used in the present and near future as a replacement for normal cash transactions, as the infrastructure is integrated into retail shops and businesses around the world.

Did you Know?

Nano was released in 2015
After starting on the development of Nano in 2014 (which was named RaiBlocks back then), Colin LeMahieu, Nano's creator, made the first announcement about it being released back on October 13th in 2015.

This marks the date when people started getting their first NANO for free via its public captcha-faucet and started using its for Peer to Peer (P2P), feeless, and instant transactions.


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