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Nano At Blockchain Summit

In a recent update on its information portal, the Nano team announced that it was at the Blockchain for Europe Summit held weeks ago in a bid to gain greater insight on the challenges facing industries with a bid to finding solutions for such challenges through blockchain technology.

Represented by Colin LeMahieu, the founder and CEO of Nano Foundation and George Coxon, the COO, the team was at the summit which is a meet up for players in the blockchain industry in Europe.

Nano has made inroads in the crypto space due to its committed developer team which works towards meeting deadlines for its roadmaps as well as building suites of enterprise grade solution for real-life applications.

CoinFestUK And NanoGhana

The update announced that Nano is one of the sponsors of the upcoming CoinFestUK Conference that would take place in Manchester from April 3rd – 5th 2020. The conference will be held at the Renaissance Manchester Hotel with tickets already on sale.

Another Nano meet-up is the NanoGhana coming up February 22 from 12.00 pm – 4.00 pm at Kumasi Ghana. This is a testimony to the growing adoption of Nano.

Meanwhile, the Nano developer team announced that the development of the next iteration of the Nano node software, named V21 Athena, is on course. This feature would make the network even smarter with the node software becoming more developer-friendly.

The Nano network has achieved other milestones such as the creation of its own Wikipedia page. There is now an option of purchasing the digital currency with your bank card via the Atomic wallet. For those using Exodus wallet, the update stated:

“Exodus Wallet now lets you change your Nano representative easily from within the wallet. You can find the setting to change your Nano representative under Advanced Options while viewing your Nano account. Choosing a Nano representative is vital to keeping the Nano network decentralized.”

 

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