This week we saw exciting developments from Kappture, NanoCast made a triumphant return, and more footage from our recent meetup is now available on YouTube. The community never stops, so let’s get to recapping a busy week!
Nano Meetup Presentations
We want to start by sharing a bag full of new footage from our recent Nano meetup, where we were privileged to host some fantastic expert speakers.
Watch Nano Foundation advisor and New Change FX CEO Andy Woolmer provide an insightful look at the opportunities cryptocurrencies have in improving the efficiency of foreign exchange.
Adam Edwards outlines the UK regulatory framework and highlights how Nano’s unique and straightforward value proposition as a pure transfer of value helps to set it apart from the crowd.
There is plenty more to come throughout the next week, so make sure you subscribe to our channel to catch this content as soon as it is published.
This week, we were given a sneak-peek into Nano’s upcoming integration into Kappture’s electronic point-of-sale (EPOS) systems. Kappture Chief Technology Officer Neil Haran posted a short video highlighting a standard credit card sale vs. a Nano transaction on a Kappture EPOS device.
Up next, Neil presented the tool vendors will be able to utilize when cashing out Nano for fiat on the open exchange. Using the terminals real-time data; merchants will be able to sell specific volumes of Nano from their network of devices.
NanoCast returns from vacation
One of the community’s favorites returned this week, as Shawn Livingston defiantly resurrected his popular NanoCast podcast. Shawn invited community member Patrick Luberus, Nano Communications team member Brian White, and Nano developer Wesley Shillingford to catch up on the last few months of Nano news.
A new Nano API introduces itself
Nanoverse.io creator u/fzcomeau has given the community another option for with his new Nano API: NanoVerse API. The service provides the opportunity to build on top of the network without the need to maintain a node. As u/fzcomeau explains, this API allows for most Nano RPC calls.
Happy belated birthday, Nano Center
Nano Center had its first birthday party this week — were you there to celebrate? Communications Manager Andy Johnson sent out his well-wishes and touched on some of the projects and services that have spawned from the Nano Center over the last twelve months.
The Nano Center — Celebrating 1 year of Projects, Proposals and Progress.
Time flies in the cryptocurrency space. With daily news, weekly significant developments, and monthly sweeping…
The Nano Center remains an opportunity for any interested parties to put forward their time, energy, and ideas towards anything Nano-related. We have seen so much positivity and enthusiasm stemming from their organization. Projects like NanoQuake and Distributed Proof of Work are a result of the support and entrepreneurship fostered at the Nano Center.
If you feel you have something to contribute, head over to Discord, and introduce yourself!
Solidus wants your attention
As we continue to monitor Solidus — our most significant protocol release to date — Community Manager Json highlighted our improving transaction speeds in the Nano Thread of the Week.
Colin’s original intention for Nano was to create the most efficient currency possible. It’s a mission our team remains committed to achieving and improving transaction speed is part of the equation.
The builder of the Apollo Reddit App held a charity event this week, offering up a day’s profit of his app in addition to anything donated towards the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
In typical fashion, the Nano community responded by donating over $400 of Nano — all while using the Nano Reddit Tip Bot!
You all supported a great cause while showing the utility of Nano — thank you and superbly done!
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