Bitcoins are the preferred payment system for criminals. But, there are certain security standards that must be maintained so that Bitcoins can remain anonymous. Care must also be taken when sending Bitcoins to recipient addresses. Finally, if any transaction is suspected of being fraudulent or lacking in legitimacy, you need to face ramifications like higher transaction fees or block your account entirely. Here’s how you can send your Nano ledger (NTR) tokens from one wallet to another; this will guide you in achieving complete anonymity whenever you wish to send funds using these two cryptocurrencies!
Binance is a leading cryptocurrency exchange which supports over 100 different currencies and 10 000 different pairs. However, their support for wallets isn’t massive yet; they only support hardware wallets like Trezor and Ledger Nano S (it was last updated in 2018). This means that until recently it would have been tricky pegging out your NTR into your Binance account because neither the deposit nor the withdrawal process would have supported stealth transactions/hiding compatible private keys inside apps. The following instructions show how to transfer $0.002 worth of NTR into a specific address within an existing wallet database using Binance’s Web Interface! I write this tutorial assuming readers already possess either an ERC20 compatible Ethereum netowrk wallet or XMR mainnet wallet with Nano ledger at hand; therefore, please feel free to do research online regarding these steps before reading ahead!
Although it seems straightforward enough