Cardano (ADA) moved one step closer to wider acceptance by being fully integrated with the popular Ledger Nano S hardware… read more
What is Nano?
Launched in 2015 by Colin LeMahieu, Nano (NANO) formally known as RaiBlocks, is a low-latency payment platform that requires minimal resources making it ideal for peer-to-peer transactions. Nano offers instant and zero-fee transactions. In the Nano system, each account has a blockchain that is controlled only by them and all chains are replicated to all peers in the network, removing block intervals, mining and transaction fees. Learn more about Nano in our education guides.
The Ledger Nano S from French crypto hardware wallet firm Ledger has received a First Level Security Certificate (CPSN) from… read more
Ledger, a French cryptocurrency hardware wallet manufacturer, has faced criticism for failing to conduct proper testing before launching a firmware… read more
The appeal of Decentralized Crypto Exchanges stems from user having full control to their private keys. With multiple cases of… read more
French cryptocurrency hardware wallet company Ledger published a post on its official blog on Feb. 14 apologizing for issues with… read more
BitGrail, NANO, Raiblocks (XRB)–In another twist on the now lengthy scandal involving the hacked cryptocurrency exchange BitGrail, Francesco Firano, the… read more
QtumX Successfully Handles Over 10k TPS in Benchmark Tests, Beating Other Projects Such As TRX, XRP, XLM, EOS and NANO
The team at QtumX, an Enterprise blockchain solution developed by Qtum, announced on January 22 that they had successfully passed… read more
There’s a lot to love about Ledger’s hardware wallets. There’s also a lot to loathe. From a design, manufacture, and… read more
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