Nano Meetup 2019 - London

About this video

The Nano Foundation core team, guest speakers, and Nano community members had the pleasure of meeting in the Nano UK Meetup 2019, in the summer of 2019 in Shoreditch, London.

Nano aims at being the solution for all the inefficiencies present in the current cryptocurrency markets by revolutionizing the way transfers are done today.

Close to the end we even get to see Colin buying a coffee using Nano, showing the already present innovation around Nano.

Did you Know?

1 NANO = 1000 knano = 1000000 nano
Nano is a very divisible currency. When you think about USD, the minimum amount you can have on your wallet is 1 cent coin, or $0.01. Nowadays, banks and some services allow is to use smaller units of the USD, but in the end, your money in your account is still rounded to that last cent.

Well, cryptocurrencies are a bit more divisible than that. For example, each Bitcoin can be divisible up to 8 decimal places; 1 Bitcoin = 100000000 satoshi, and satoshi is Bitcoin's lowest unit. You can't divide a satoshi.

With Nano we'll go even further, each NANO can be divided into as much as 30 decimal places, with its unit "raw". To be clear about the 30 decimal places: 1 NANO = 1000000000000000000000000000000 raw. Nano has more named subunits, like the knano, where 1 NANO = 1000 knano, and the nano (notice the full lowercase), where 1 NANO = 1000000 nano.


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