Nano has been around in one form or another since 2014. Named RaiBlocks at the time, it gave users a small amount of crypto for completing captcha challenges. Raiblocks was then rebranded under Nano in 2018, just before the first big crypto bubble burst.
Nowadays, Nano operates as a type of digital currency in the same vein as Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash. However, what makes Nano so unique is its processing speed. As its namesake suggests, Nano sells itself on its ability to complete transactions at lightning speed, mostly within one second or less. In contrast, it can sometimes take up to several minutes for a transaction with slower cryptos to go through, depending on the traffic and congestion on the network.
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