Jelurida’s Weekly Wins
30 March 2019
Henkel partners with Jelurida for 2020+ Initiative
Before big companies can use the blockchain, they need to bring their staff up to speed on this rapidly evolving technology. Alberto Fernandez and Veronica Torras were both on site at Henkel’s Düsseldorf headquarters for an extensive 6-hour training on blockchain technologies. The engagement is part of Henkel’s 2020+ Initiative to promote digitalization across the organization.
Jelurida is invited to provide keynote speech at Java Madrid Meetup on April 4th
Java developers have been a historically difficult target audience to break into – but there is light at the end of the tunnel. Jelurida’s co-founder and managing director, Lior Yaffe, will give a keynote speech on Java based smart contracts during the Java Community of Madrid’s meetup on April 4th.
Ignis listed on ProBit exchange
It continues to get easier for new users to trade Ignis. A new South Korean cryptocurrency exchange called ProBit went live this week with Ignis amongst the first currencies available for trading. Once you are done making your trades, as always, it is highly recommended to store your funds in your own wallet outside of the exchange – or go all out and set up your own forging node.
Ardor joins Ahmadu Bello University Developers for a blockchain hackathon
Jelurida remains committed to empowering entrepreneurs and businesses across Africa to engage in the rapidly evolving blockchain space. The team is excited to have sponsored the Campus Blockchain Hackathon at Ahmadu Bello University on March 28-29th. Several more meetups are planned in Nigeria in the coming weeks, including on April 4-5.
New Korean Landing Page for Ardor, Ignis, and Nxt is Live
Since partnering with Creatip in January, there has been a noticeable uptick in interest in Ardor, Ignis, and Nxt across South Korean markets. In an effort to leverage this momentum and provide a more friendly gateway to the ecosystem, a Korean landing page for Ardor, Ignis, and Nxt is now available.