Ihodl (Spanish): El número de nodos en Nxt y Ardor se dispara un 200% tras el lanzamiento de nuevos incentivos. Los blockchains Nxt (NXT) y Ardor (ARDR) han registrado un importante incremento en el número de nodos tras el lanzamiento de un programa de incentivos. Jerulidia, la empresa desarrolladora de ambos blockchains, ha dicho que las dos redes han experimentado un espectacular incremento de más del 200% en el número de nodos después de que el 1 de abril se lanzara un programa especial de incentivos que recompensa a los anfitriones de los nodos con tokens Ignis (IGNIS).
April 29, 2020
Cointelegraph: According to the data provided, the Ardor blockchain’s node count increased by almost 200% from 241 to 708, while Nxt’s blockchain increased by 315% from 159 to 659. The number of archival nodes increased even more sharply: Nxt archival nodes count increased by 2311% from 17 to 410 and Ardor’s by 1110% from 38 to 461. Jelurida co-founder and director Lior Yaffe said the results had exceeded the firm’s expectations and would have a positive impact on the network’s health and resilience
April 29, 2020
Entrepreneur.com: Lior Yaffe, co-founder and director of blockchain-as-a-service software company Jelurida, expects the big trend in the space to be permissioned applications on a public blockchain. Yaffe explains, “Existing blockchain-based business solutions face issues such as lack of token incentivization or regulation. Therefore, I expect a hybrid multi-chain model where a parent, public permissionless chain serves as a decentralization layer for multiple child chains which in turn can be permissioned for a specific application domain.”
April 27, 2020
Information-age: There are other more robust and revolutionary offerings, such as Ardor from Jelurida, which offers decentralised public blockchains for solutions to be built on top, as well as interesting and unique built-in features. These include hybrid permissioning, which allows companies the chance to implement their own business access rules and permission systems for a dedicated child chain, or side chain, which has its own functions but still lets the business enjoy the full network effect and the decentralisation of the public platform.
April 16, 2020
Business.com: Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) is now also becoming increasingly available to organizations of all sizes. Swiss-based Jelurida offers BaaS under its Consensus-as-a-Service model. The Jelurida team has been around in the blockchain sector for the last six years, now offering clients access to its public blockchain infrastructure, Ardor, and Nxt. The company's flagship platform, Ardor, is an established blockchain offering privacy and customizable security features.
April 16, 2020
CryptoGlobe Lior Yaffe's article: In the long-term, it’s likely that the objective effect of the coronavirus on the operation of blockchain protocols and the work of blockchain developers is going to be negligible. As long as there’s electricity and an internet connection, blockchain protocols can continue to operate irrespectively. Furthermore, speaking as a blockchain developer, I’m so used to working remotely that being quarantined isn’t really noticeably different from any other working conditions.
April 11, 2020