The lightning-fast, fee-less, and eco-friendly cryptocurrency.
What is the difference between Nano and Bitcoin?
The main differences between Nano and Bitcoin are:
Bitcoin transactions cost fees, whereas Nano transactions cost zero fees
Bitcoin transactions can take an hour or longer to confirm, whereas Nano transactions confirm instantaneously
Bitcoin requires energy-intensive mining to secure the network, whereas Nano requires no mining and is eco-friendly
Where To Buy Nano
A list of the largest exchanges to buy Nano with fiat from around the world. These exchanges have the largest volume and liquidity and are also featured on the Nano Foundation website.
Warning: For informational purposes only. This is not investment advice nor financial advice. Buy Nano at your own risk. Do not spend more than you are willing to lose. Exchanges are not a secure place to store money.
The largest global exchange to buy, sell, and trade Nano. Not available for US residents.
Binance US is available to all US residents except those in CT, HI, ID, LA, NY, TX, & VT.
These are just some of the many ways to purchase Nano.
Other Ways To Get Nano
You can also work for Nano, get Nano for free from a faucet, or sell stuff for Nano.
Earn Nano by watching videos, completing tasks, and doing surveys
Win Nano by playing multiplayer games
Gamble Nano with Roulette
Keep your Nano safe and secure with these wallets.
Frequently asked questions about Nano.
Broccoli is a Nano community inside-joke and meme. The Nano community likes to say that we are "Broccolish" instead of "Bullish".
Nyano is a cute, cuddly cat meme that was born inside the nano community. A nyano is just a unit of measurement; 1 nyano represents 1,000,000 nano. But this unit of measurement is packaged with a cute cat meme to make it more fun.
Banano is Nano's potassium-fueled cousin. Banano is a meme-fork of Nano, like how Dogecoin is Bitcoin's meme-fork. Click here to view Banano markets and exchanges.
RaiBlocks was Colin's initial and original name for Nano. It was named after Rai Stones, which is a primitive form of money.
XRB was the ticker symbol for RaiBlocks.
In January 2018, RaiBlocks was rebranded to Nano.
Ӿ is the currency symbol for nano, just like other well-known currency symbols ($, £, etc.) Instead of typing 144 nano, someone can type Ӿ144 and it would mean the same thing.
XNO is the ticker symbol for nano, just like other well-known ticker symbols (USD, EUR, etc.). Ticker symbols are used on exchanges, for example.