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Video: Video: 1 NANO passed around the globe via mobile wallets - Through 11 countries and 6 continents in 140sec

On September 7, 13 volunteers from around the world demonstrated the power of digital money by passing one unit of the digital money Nano around the entire globe, across 11 countries on 6 continents – from San Francisco (US) to New Jersey (US), Montreal (Canada), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Accra (Ghana), Leeds (UK), Cologne (Germany), Tehran (Iran), Singapore, Quezon City (Philippines), Izumo (Japan), Melbourne (Australia), Vancouver (Canada) and finally back to San Francisco. What makes this achievement impressive is that we managed to do so in the record time of just 140 seconds, and without paying a single penny in transaction fees. Nano is quite environmental-friendly too! The total energy usage of all 13 transactions is equivalent to that of a 10W LED light bulb for just 2.5 minutes. As far as we know, this is the first time that such a project has been attempted successfully. Download Natrium Mobile Wallet: https://natrium.io/ Get a small amount of free Nano: https://nano-faucet.org/ Official Website: https://nano.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nano Reddit: r/nanocurrency Discord: https://discord.gg/tRX5Yzm All participants are volunteers and no one received any compensation. You can support the project and help fund its production costs by donating Nano to the following address: nano_387nc7ox7rj33q3iz4jmc8o73z6j6ajg7ocyref8r6sd7a4a3i8s4mie36kc. After covering the production cost, any extra donation will go directly to fund future Nano video projects.
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VIDEO: 1 NANO passed around the globe via mobile wallets - Through 11 countries and 6 continents in 140sec