Zink May Integrate Nano for Online Micro Tipping

Zink to integrate Nano

The Zink team has announced that it is considering the integration of Nano into its tipping jar product line. The announcement was made via a Twitter post on May 7. According to the tweet, the Nano team has reached out to the online micro-tipping platform to add Nano.

An earlier tweet by @Nanonerd99 states:

“From now on I will only be reaching out to companies where it would make sense for them to add nano. Today I reached out to https://zink.tips which is a micro-tip platform and asked them to add nano. @zinktips please add $XNO!”

Zink enables creators to accept micro tips from $0.05 from their audience. The platform is easy for users to add, enabling seamless acceptance of tips from their audience.

Donation for Content Creators

The platform supports creators such as bloggers, vloggers, forum posters and any other online service to easily add the Zink widget on web pages and accept tips on their tip jars. As the creators bring value to their audience, it is a quick way of enabling appreciation from their followers. The online tip jar is easy to create, embed and share to other platforms.

According to the developer team, the Zink tipping jar and widget were made to enable seamless tipping and acceptance. The creator also is furnished with a tracking dashboard that enables them to keep abreast of their earnings and collect the same whenever they like.

One-Click Micro Donation

It supports various payout options such as bank transfer, Paypal and others. The team is working on adding more options for payment in its one-click micro donation that gives out $0.05 per click.

Nano is an instant payment, zero fees blockchain network that utilizes eco-friendly protocol for consensus. It is among the tokens that has been tipped to lead in international remittance. If supported by Zink, it’ll give further leverage to its adoption.

Author: Jofor Humani

Jofor is a crypto journalist with passion for investigative review of projects with the aim to determine the authenticity of their claims.