Ardor sustains 8.86 million transactions per day at 100+ transactions per second in Ardor Load Test Report 05/2019
After more than two months of testing and analysis at their Lugano-based blockchain laboratory, Jelurida released the official Ardor Load Test Report 05/2019. It shows the Ardor platform sustaining nearly 9 million transactions per day at rates that exceeded 100+ transactions per second. Read the official announcement and review the full report.
Jelurida has a major week at 7 events in Spain
The final week of May has been an exciting one! Jelurida's team members were invited to speak and present at more than seven events in Barcelona. These included the Barcelona Java Conference and the Zona Franca Blockchain Open Day, as well as events hosted by the Blockchain for Business community, the BCombinator Fintech co-working space, the Barcelona Bitcoin Community, and EspacioIT.
Jelurida Korea joins Upbit disclosure program and attends 12th Blockchain TechBiz Conference
Jelurida Korea puts out its first update through Upbit's disclosure program. Users of the exchange will now receive major news notifications about Ardor, Ignis, and Nxt directly from through the disclosure channel. Additionally, Jelurida Korea explored the potential for getting involved with South Korean government projects at the 12th Blockchain TechBiz Conference.
FinExtra highlights Ardor’s blockchain as a service
Blockchain as a service has gained major attention from corporates from Amazon to Microsoft. A new article by FinExtra details the growth of blockchain as a service and makes a major mention of Ardor's unique offering to the industry.
Jelurida Nigeria receives award of recognition
The Blockchain Nigeria User Group gave a recognition award to Jelurida and the Ardor platform for their continued dedication to supporting the growth of technologies in Nigeria that will play a role in the 4th industrial revolution.
First Ardor transaction signed on a Ledger
Ledger integration is getting nearer for the Jelurida suite of products. This week, a teaser image was posted on twitter showing the first mainnet Ardor transaction signed on a Ledger.