Earlier this month, Bitcoin Superstore sent out a tweet giving a report on its “most used” cryptocurrencies in the last ten days. At the top spot was unsurprisingly Bitcoin, but the second place was taken by NANO. Bitcoin Superstore is a platform that allows users to shop in over 200k stores in 45 countries using cryptocurrencies.
Some of the major stores include Amazon and Starbucks. The platform supports at least 8 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dash (DASH), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), Nano (NANO), Tron (TRX) and Ripple (XRP).
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The most surprising thing about NANO being the second most used is that it was listed on August 17, just weeks ago. Keeping in mind that the platform supports better-adopted coins such as LTC, ETH, and XRP, it seems NANO has been a major hit on the platform. NANO could soon become the most used coin on the platform given a bit more time. This could boost its performance and set it up for mass adoption.
According to the tweet, Bitcoin accounted for 35% of all transactions, NANO 20%, Tron 17%, Litecoin 8%. According to these statistics, it seems that Tron is the only major competitor for NANO.
Nano keeps winning new partnerships and every time it is proving it is worth the attention it’s getting. Although most of these partnerships have been done in silence, the project keeps making major strides.
Recently, we announced that the coin had been listed on Paytomat.com, a Point of Sale solution for merchants and services. We also reported of its latest growth with the recent adoption in Venezuela which is struggling with inflation.
The Nano project seems to be coming along very well and its price looks poised for a breakthrough. At the time of press, the coin is trading at $1.79 up by 1.5% in the last 24 hours. This price is still miles from the all-time high which it achieved early in the year when it hit $35. But with continued developments and continued commitment from the team, this could still be achieved before the end of the year.
Carlos is an international relations’ analyst specializing in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Since 2017, Carlos has written extensively for UseTheBitcoin and other leading cryptocurrency sites; with over 2,000 articles published.