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London Block Exchange lists Nano

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London Block Exchange (LBX) is to list Nano (NANO) on its exchange from 15 August this year, and is giving away GBP5,000-worth of the currency to mark the occasion.

The listing will be LBX’s 12th cryptocurrency, and the world’s first GBP pairing for the coin, billed as one of the fastest ever created with zero transfer fees. 
 
In celebration, Nano and LBX have partnered to create a cryptic treasure hunt in the UK Capital, releasing clues in the run up to official listing.
 
The first person to find the treasure’s ‘location’ and the associated password and post their achievement to Twitter using the hash tag #RealCryptoHunt will be crowned the winner and receive the prize – a Ledger NANO hardware wallet pre-loaded with the GBP equivalent of GBP5,000 of NANO cryptocurrency.
 
London Block Exchange CEO and founder Benjamin Dives (pictured), says: “When it comes to crypto with immense real-world potential, Nano is right up there with the biggest blockchain projects, with good prospects for adoption, simplicity and ease of use.”
 
“Our Nano treasure hunt is also a gift back to the UK crypto community, who have been asking for this listing for a long time. Have fun everyone and good luck!”
 
Nano Creator Colin LeMahieu, says: “Our team is thrilled that Nano will be listed on LBX, a premier cryptocurrency exchange here in the UK. As Nano is a global currency, it is important that users have a simple and direct path to Nano with their local currency. LBX provides just that.”

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