After a busy week of several integrations, the Nano team announced that the cryptocurrency has been listed by a number of cryptocurrency exchanges. Apparently excited by the accomplishment, the team in a Medium post stated that things have not been better for the platform as the popular Crypto.com lists Nano.
The importance of the listing could be that it would give the digital currency the exposure it needs to gain more users in Asia and the United States. The post called it a significant milestone for the Nano ecosystem since it would enable more users access the coin.
Nano To Fiat Conversion
Crypto.com has connection with over 40 million merchants worldwide and the support would enable users convert Nano to fiat in locations not yet accessible to holders of the digital currency. The MCO card is linked to Crypto.com making it easier to transact as several ATM and PoS terminals.
In a related development, Uphold, the easy-to-use crypto exchange also announced that it is adding Nano as its eleventh cryptocurrency. This would enable users to buy and trade NANO against fiat currencies, metals, commodities and a number of cryptocurrencies already listed by Uphold.
The Uphold tweet announcing the Nano listing stated:
Busy Time for Team Members
The Nano team announced that it has welcomed many new members over the months while some have moved on and thanked them all for their commitment towards the growth of the platform. The community was also informed that September would be a busy month for the team with meetups lined up.
The Texas blockchain Summit is scheduled for September 14 and the lead Nano developer, Colin LeMahieu would be introducing the projects protocol to the audience. Colin would also have an informal meeting with members of the Nano Foundation the following day at the Austin Beer Garden Brewing Co.