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Market Cap
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-13.1%
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Nano [NANO]
 
Rank: 80
Coin
USD 11.78
2.78
BTC 0.000236
3.98
ETH 0.00305
6.63

A global currency with instantaneous transactions and zero fees over a secure, decentralized network.

Market Cap

$ 1,569,394,491
Ƀ 31,430
ATH: $ 5,012,800,670 

24h Trade Volume

$ 1,865,588,222
Ƀ 37,362
NANO 158,396,402

Supply

Circulating:
NANO 133,248,290(100.00%)
Total:
NANO 133,248,290
Max:
NANO 133,248,297

All-Time-High (ATH) Price

$ 37.62 (02 Jan 2018)
Ƀ 0.00281
ETH 0.0411 (02 Jan 2018)
From ATH: -68.7%

Nano (NANO) operates on its own blockchain. NANO is minting through the mining process.

The max. supply of Nano that will ever be issued is 133.25 Millions coins, and the current supply of NANO in circulation is 133.25 Millions coins.

Current Nano price is $ 11.78 moved up to +2.78% for the last 24 hours.

All time high (ATH) price of Nano reached $ 37.62 on 2 Jan 2018 and fallen -68.7% from it.

Nano's share of the entire cryptocurrency market is 0.07% with the market capitalization of $ 1.57 Billion.

Nano’s 24 trading volume is $ 1.87 Billion. It is trading on 28 markets and 11 Exchanges the most active of them is Binance.

Find more details about Nano cryptocurrency at the official website and on the block explorer.

Nano Price Chart

Nano price Index provides the latest NANO price in US Dollars , BTC and ETH using an average from the world's leading crypto exchanges.

The Nano to USD chart is designed for users to instantly see the changes that occur on the market and predicts what will come next.

Nano Performance USD

PeriodChangeChange (%)HighLow
24H$ 0.319+2.78%$ 17.36$ 10.76
7D$ 2.15+22.3%$ 17.36$ 8.12
14D$ 3.50+42.3%$ 17.36$ 8.12
1M$ 6.11+107.7%$ 18.08$ 5.22
3M$ 4.95+72.5%$ 18.08$ 4.09
6M$ 11.00+1,421.7%$ 18.08$ 0.705
YTD$ 10.76+1,056.1%$ 18.08$ 0.983
1Y$ 11.07+1,573.2%$ 18.08$ 0.673
3Y$ 5.64+91.8%$ 18.08$ 0.293

What is Nano

Launched in 2015 by Colin LeMahieu as RaiBlocks, Nano is a low-latency payment platform that requires minimal resources; making Nano ideal for peer-to-peer transactions.

With Nano, each account has their own blockchain as part of a larger directed acyclic graph.

Each individual user provides the computational power for the verification of their own transactions, meaning entire network is not required to update the overall ledger together in massive blocks.