This Week in Nano E10 - October 27th, 2018

October 29, 2018

This episode gives a quick run down of all the happenings in Nano. Lee gives a short description of how Epoch Blocks will be applied to the network this week. He also gives a preview of something new coming called Confirmation Height. This will improve node security and make it easier for services to integrate Nano. We touch on Colin appearing on Datadash, one of the biggest Crypto Youtube channels. We also talk a bit about the awesome work of the Jolt hardware wallet team. We conclude with all the good stuff happening in the Nano Center. Including sending Bruno G. to Bitconf and creating a Nano Center Wiki.

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This Week in Nano E9 - October 21, 2018

October 21, 2018

In this episode of TWiN, Lee joins us to give an update on Epoch Blocks, what they are, how they get put into place and what they prepare the way for. Troy fills us in on Bolton and Brian from the Nano Center gives us an update on their work. Andy from the Nano Center has joined the core team and is heading up the social media presence of the Nano Foundation. Tune in to catch the conversation and learn about Nano’s newest fiat gateway, the spotlight of the week and some recent speed tests.

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This Week in Nano E8 - October 14, 2018

October 21, 2018

TWiN 10.14.18

This Week in Nano is your weekly rundown of Nano News, and an insider look at the inner workings of the Nano Core team!

This episode is full of news from the Nano community. There are so many community projects, it is hard to keep up with them. Nano Node v16.2 has been released which fixes a few bugs and contains a working Mac build. With this upgrade the stage is set both for everyone to upgrade taking full advantage of Vote by Hash and for the implementation of Lazy Bootstrapping in v17. Troy gives an update on all the work the Nano Center has been doing. One of their proposals is to raise funding for a better website. Head on over and chip them a few Nanos. Wallets continue to be developed and give Nano fans a lot of choices. Awesome to see Banano adapt their wallet for Nano. Huang Shao is heading up marketing and community growth in China. Nano Node Ninja has developed an awesome service to verify nodes, Troy touches on some interesting possibilities in ways The Nano Foundation could adapt and grow this service. We end the conversation talking about all the new ways Nano is being marketed. This is an action packed 12 minutes, don’t miss it.

This Week in Nano is hosted by Shawn from The Nanocast. Check out his channel for more great Nano content here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_KC...

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This Week in Nano E7 - September 30th, 2018

September 30, 2018

This Week in Nano is your weekly rundown of Nano News, and an insider look at the inner workings of the Nano Core team!

Nano Node v16.1 has been released with several patches to get refine v16 and get vote by hashing working. Roy gives a brief explanation on what the devs have been working towards. Mica is full time now, he gave a little run-down of what he’s been working on related to Nano infrastructure. Brian from the Nano Center gives a quick update and highlights the use of NanoSMS. Troy tells us a little about Bruno G. the community manager and we all share our future Nano Quake usernames.

This Week in Nano is hosted by Shawn from The Nanocast. Check out his channel for more great Nano content here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_KC...

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Ty Schenk Interview - Creating Solutions That Put The User First (S2E8)

September 14, 2018

Don’t forget to pick up a pod!: nanocast.co/pod

It was a pleasure getting to sit down and talk with Ty about the future of BrainBlocks and what this new venture entails. With the acquisition of nanowallet.io BrainBlocks is one step closer to creating an all-in-one solution for customers and merchants alike. Crypto has been too difficult for the average end-user for too long. But with the combination of a user-first strategy and the speed and feelessness of Nano, BrainBlocks believes it has a solution. When a payment processor is combined with a crypto wallet and fiat gateway, the use cases are abundant. Tune in to get more insight about what’s coming for BrainBlocks.

Nanocast exists to educate people about the crypto-currency Nano. Led by a driven team, this fast, zero-fee and scalable digital currency has quickly inspired thousands to build a robust ecosystem of apps and services. Whether a crypto-enthusiast or a curious bystander, here you will get a glimpse of the exciting developments happening in and around Nano - the currency of the future.

Youtube: https://bit.ly/2H5iDjN

iTunes: https://apple.co/2HhNcCX

Google Play: https://bit.ly/2vu2NKP

PodBean: https://thenanocast.podbean.com/

Follow Nanocast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thenanocast

Follow Ty on Twitter: https://twitter.com/schenkty

Follow BrainBlocks on Twitter: https://twitter.com/brain_blocks

Need to buy Nano, but don’t know what exchange to use? Binance is one of the largest exchanges in the world, has an easy to use interface and is more or less free from glitches. I have personally always had a great experience and would recommend it. If you want to use Binance and share some love, use my referral link!

Binance Referral link: https://www.binance.com/?ref=10053337 There are two ways for the community to support the Nano network and in turn make it more secure and decentralized. The easiest way is to open/login to your Nano wallet and change your representative to a trusted rep. You can view information about nodes at nanonode.ninja and the Nano Node Monitor (if the owner has it configured). The second and more difficult way to support the network is by setting up a node. Nodes help decentralize the voting that takes place on the Nano chain.

You can learn more about that here: https://bit.ly/2qmEJoq Or you can just go buy a pod. nanocast.co/pod Setting up a node can be really easy and is relatively inexpensive. The first thing you will need to host a node is a server. This can be hosted locally or you can buy server space from a third party. I use Digital Ocean and so far have had a great experience. In addition there are lots of guides written with Digital Ocean in mind.

Once you have your droplet you can follow this quick and easy guide: https://nanotools.github.io/easy-nano... (If you have any questions about setting up nodes, Reddit and the Discord are great resources). If you want to use Digital Ocean, and share some love, use my referral link and get a $10 discount!

Digital Ocean Referral Link: http://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=... Here are the links to my node if you want to set it as your representative. Nanocast Representative Address: xrb_3ik635ngoaaz8tp5rmtrz5txuddmasmoxondqbqeppdzqrfeziwzcm8aysr3 Nano Node Ninja: nanocoast.co/nodeninja Inquiries: nanocast@mail.com Donate: https: nanocast.co/donate Nanocast Merch: nanocast.co/store If you feel inclined, you can share some love by throwing Nano my way. Any donations will be used to improve Nanocast.

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This Week in Nano E6 - September 14th, 2018

September 14, 2018

This Week in Nano is your weekly rundown of Nano News, and an insider look at the inner workings of the Nano Core team! Nano v16 has been up and running on the live network and is showing significant improvements in efficiency. Vote by Hash - v15’s keystone feature has been released and will bring further improvements as nodes are upgraded. Roy comes on to give us an update about current and future upgrades as well as detailing Nano's new quality improvement initiative. Brian from the Nano Center hopped on the call to give an update about current community projects and recapped the recent video competition. Troy wrapped everything up with exciting news about adoption

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Zack Shapiro Interview - Riding a Coin out of Obscurity (S2 E7)

August 21, 2018

Don’t forget to pick up a pod!: nanocast.co/pod

 

Zack had the title of IOS developer on the Nano team for several months, but his talent and skills covered much more. In this interview you will begin to pick up on why. It becomes obvious that he thinks things through and is slow to speak. He remembers bits of wisdom he picks up along the way and he communicates those nuggets well. While Zack’s primary responsibility was to build an amazing app for Nano users, he was also able to be a front man in many respects. In this interview we talk about his time on Nano, the roller coaster ride that it was, what he learned and what he would do differently. In addition to getting an inside look at what it’s like to work on a core team, he passes out great pieces of advice. (Disclaimer, I forgot to plug in my mic for the first half of this interview, so my sound is crummy, sorry.)

 

Nanocast exists to educate people about the crypto-currency Nano. Led by a driven team, this fast, zero-fee and scalable digital currency has quickly inspired thousands to build a robust ecosystem of apps and services. Whether a crypto-enthusiast or a curious bystander, here you will get a glimpse of the exciting developments happening in and around Nano - the currency of the future.

 

Youtube: https://bit.ly/2H5iDjN

iTunes: https://apple.co/2HhNcCX

Google Play: https://bit.ly/2vu2NKP

PodBean: https://thenanocast.podbean.com/

 

Follow Nanocast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thenanocast

Follow Zack on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZackShapiro

 

Need to buy Nano, but don’t know what exchange to use? Binance is one of the largest exchanges in the world, has an easy to use interface and is more or less free from glitches. I have personally always had a great experience and would recommend it. If you want to use Binance and share some love, use my referral link!

 

Binance Referral link: https://www.binance.com/?ref=10053337

 

There are two ways for the community to support the Nano network and in turn make it more secure and decentralized. The easiest way is to open/login to your Nano wallet and change your representative to a trusted rep. You can view information about nodes at nanonode.ninja and the Nano Node Monitor (if the owner has it configured).

 

The second and more difficult way to support the network is by setting up a node. Nodes help decentralize the voting that takes place on the Nano chain. You can learn more about that here: https://bit.ly/2qmEJoq

 

Or you can just go buy a pod. nanocast.co/pod

 

Setting up a node can be really easy and is relatively inexpensive. The first thing you will need to host a node is a server. This can be hosted locally or you can buy server space from a third party. I use Digital Ocean and so far have had a great experience. In addition there are lots of guides written with Digital Ocean in mind. Once you have your droplet you can follow this quick and easy guide: https://nanotools.github.io/easy-nano... (If you have any questions about setting up nodes, Reddit and the Discord are great resources).

 

If you want to use Digital Ocean, and share some love, use my referral link and get a $10 discount!

 

Digital Ocean Referral Link: http://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=...

 

Here are the links to my node if you want to set it as your representative.

 

Nanocast Representative Address:

 

xrb_3ik635ngoaaz8tp5rmtrz5txuddmasmoxondqbqeppdzqrfeziwzcm8aysr3

 

Nano Node Ninja: nanocoast.co/nodeninja

 

Inquiries: nanocast@mail.com

 

Donate: https: nanocast.co/donate

 

Nanocast Merch: nanocast.co/store

 

If you feel inclined, you can share some love by throwing Nano my way. Any donations will be used to improve Nanocast.

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This Week in Nano E5 - 08/19/18

August 19, 2018

This Week in Nano is your weekly rundown of Nano News, and an insider look at the inner workings of the Nano Core team! Nano v15 has been successfully running on the beta network for a week and is showing incredible improvements. Roy chimes in to explain why and we get get to hear a summary of how well the network ran during a community driven stress test. DataDash shared some love on the Nano subreddit and the Bitcoin Superstore started accepting Nano as a payment - So now you can buy almost anything you want online using your Nano! Finally, Andy from The Nano Center comes on for a bit to give an update on all the current Nano Center initiatives. This Week in Nano is hosted by Shawn from The Nanocast. Check out his channel for more great Nano content here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_KC... Listen on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t...

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This Week in Nano E4 - August 10, 2018

August 10, 2018

This Week in Nano is mean to be a fun window into the inner workings of the Nano Core team on a daily basis. This past couple weeks they have been working hard to hammer out their brand, get launched on new exchanges and button up the final touches of v15 of the node. On this episode you'll get to hear a bit about recent community development as well as the technical side of how the team works together.

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Mike Doyle Interview - Why Nano is Perfect for Gaming (S2E6)

August 6, 2018

Don’t forget to pick up a pod!: nanocast.co/pod

 

Michael Doyle is the CEO of KPI Gaming and Nano Community project extraordinaire. We are all into cryptocurrency for a couple reasons. First because we know it will make the world a better place. Second, we know when it is to the point of making the world a better place, if we play our cards right, we will make a lot of money. Most of us are probably more strongly motivated by the second. But not Mike. He has seen the way crypto can make people’s lives better and he wants to continue to see that progress. He genuinely wants to make the world a better place and thinks Nano is the perfect vehicle for it. Tune into this episode to get more details about who Mike is, how he put together the Nano sponsor event for KPI Gaming and what kinds of ideas he has for Nano in the future.

 

Nanocast exists to educate people about the crypto-currency Nano. Led by a driven team, this fast, zero-fee and scalable digital currency has quickly inspired thousands to build a robust ecosystem of apps and services. Whether a crypto-enthusiast or a curious bystander, here you will get a glimpse of the exciting developments happening in and around Nano - the currency of the future.

 

Youtube: https://bit.ly/2H5iDjN

iTunes: https://apple.co/2HhNcCX

Google Play: https://bit.ly/2vu2NKP

PodBean: https://thenanocast.podbean.com/

 

Follow Nanocast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thenanocast

Follow KPI Gaming on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KPI_Gaming

 

Need to buy Nano, but don’t know what exchange to use? Binance is one of the largest exchanges in the world, has an easy to use interface and is more or less free from glitches. I have personally always had a great experience and would recommend it. If you want to use Binance and share some love, use my referral link!

 

Binance Referral link: https://www.binance.com/?ref=10053337

 

There are two ways for the community to support the Nano network and in turn make it more secure and decentralized. The easiest way is to open/login to your Nano wallet and change your representative to a trusted rep. You can view information about nodes at nanonode.ninja and the Nano Node Monitor (if the owner has it configured).

 

The second and more difficult way to support the network is by setting up a node. Nodes help decentralize the voting that takes place on the Nano chain. You can learn more about that here: https://bit.ly/2qmEJoq

 

Or you can just go buy a pod. nanocast.co/pod

 

Setting up a node can be really easy and is relatively inexpensive. The first thing you will need to host a node is a server. This can be hosted locally or you can buy server space from a third party. I use Digital Ocean and so far have had a great experience. In addition there are lots of guides written with Digital Ocean in mind. Once you have your droplet you can follow this quick and easy guide: https://nanotools.github.io/easy-nano-node/digitalocean.html (If you have any questions about setting up nodes, Reddit and the Discord are great resources).

 

If you want to use Digital Ocean, and share some love, use my referral link and get a $10 discount!

 

Digital Ocean Referral Link: http://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=2376b189330d

 

Here are the links to my node if you want to set it as your representative.

 

Nanocast Representative Address:

 

xrb_3ik635ngoaaz8tp5rmtrz5txuddmasmoxondqbqeppdzqrfeziwzcm8aysr3

 

Nano Node Ninja: nanocoast.co/nodeninja

 

Inquiries: nanocast@mail.com

 

Donate: https: nanocast.co/donate

 

Nanocast Merch: nanocast.co/store

 

If you feel inclined, you can share some love by throwing Nano my way. Any donations will be used to improve Nanocast.

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