Your friend has sent you 1.5 Nano (~$0.00 USD) via NanoMate.
Don't know what Nano is? There's more information further down.
|Sent||3rd January 2019|
|Amount||1.5 Nano (~$0.00 USD)|
|Verify||View in Nano explorer|
To claim your Nano, click the button below and enter the details provided into the form.
IMORTANT: Your NanoMate ID is your secret unlock code. It is not recorded anywhere except in this email. Not even on our servers. Do NOT delete this email until you have unlocked the funds, or saved the NanoMate ID.
The button will pre-fill the transaction details. If you're worried about phishing you can instead go to https://nanomate.io/redeem and enter the details manually:
NanoMate ID: fe73d47b-878c-439b-8762-95e9de8ad670
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Nano and why would I use it?
Nano is the digital currency of the future. Nano transactions are fast, free, impossible to forge, and don't rely on a middle-man like a bank.
How can I get started with Nano?
To get started, you need a special 'digital wallet' that is made for storing, sending and receiving Nano. There are several available. You'll find detailed instructions on how to set up a wallet and claim your Nano on the Redeem Nano page.
How much is Nano worth?
1 Nano is currently worth about $0.00 USD, but you can transact less than 1 Nano. You could send the tiniest fraction of a cent to someone on the other side of the world and the transaction would still be free.
There is a fixed supply of Nano, and no-one can create more. This means the value of Nano is not subject to inflation. Instead, the price of Nano is based on the demand for it as a currency.
Is this legitimate?
The only things we ask for to redeem your Nano are your email address, NanoMate ID, and Nano address.
Your NanoMate ID is a secret, single-use unlock code generated just for you. No-one has anything to gain by sending you a fake one, but you should always check the URL before entering your NanoMate ID into the form (it should start with nanomate.co/redeem).
Nano addresses are public, and no-one can gain access to your wallet or funds simply by having your address. We will never ask you for your wallet's seed, private key or password. If anyone ever asks you for these things, DO NOT hand them over.