Jelurida Weekly Wins

11 January 2021


Ardor 3.0.0e has been released

Since its origin, Ardor has always been a blockchain platform solution to many common problems of this technology, thanks to its multi-chain architecture. Through the years, many unique features have been added, such as the bundling system, the transaction fees optionally sponsored by the bundlers, the hybrid permissioned child chains, and the lightweight contracts on the Ignis child chain.
The new Ardor 3.0.0e version enables pruning and snapshotting of child-chains transactions on its public testnet and it is now available for use by the general public. This additional milestone achieved in Ardor functionality helps to overcome the issue of blockchain bloat, thus reducing the blockchain size to a minimum without sacrificing the security of the network, as also mentioned in these articles. Ardor users are welcome to discuss any issues on the Ardor support forum.

Ardor, Ignis & Nxt projects for 2021

Following the great use cases and technological milestones achieved in 2020, this Chinese article explores the 2021 expectations for Ardor, Ignis, Nxt, and the Jelurida ecosystem.
Starting with Bridge Champ beta testing, MPT permissioned child chain going live, new Triffic launches and bonus program. Moving forward with the QualiSig prototype launch on Mainnet, HotCity on public testing, the Bogoshipo, Geoblockchain and TreeCoin projects opening, Cycle4Value further development, and the constant updating of Ardor, Nxt and Ignis versions. Follow Jelurida official news channels and always stay up-to-date with the latest announcements!

Watch the video – what is Ardor?

In case you're new to Ardor blockchain technology, watch the easy-to-understand educational video by Ternio, the global fintech platform built on blockchain, which explains Ardor's unique features and why it is able to solve most of the common blockchain industry problems.

Node Reward Program continues until March 31st, 2021

The successful Ardor and Nxt Node Reward Program will continue until the end of March 2021. The goal is to increase the number of nodes on our public blockchains, while improving the overall users' experience. All users running Ardor or Nxt full nodes will have the chance to win 7500 IGNIS token distributed daily. Find more about the program description and instructions for participation in the Node Reward dedicated page.

Ardor "much more secure & decentralized than EOS" according to Leeds University researchers

In this scientific publication, Leeds University researchers mapped many cryptocurrency protocols based on their consensus mechanisms, and across three main dimensions of governance decentralization, security, and scalability. Ardor public blockchain, the first pure PoS algorithm, is described as much more secure and decentralized compared to EOS.

Read the article about DeFi & NFT feature

This article, written by the community member TheWireMaster, explains how the new NFT function of DeFiMAGIC Twitter BOT works. 2020 was the year of DeFi and NFT happening on ETH, or on other more established projects. So, given Ardor's outstanding features available for general use, the Ardor community made DeFiMAGIC bot as DeFi parody version and, thanks to Ardor's combined features of Singleton Asset and Data Cloud, they also created the Ardor version to store larger images on blockchain. There is still space for functionality optimization and costs reduction closer to zero, but this is a great example of the massive potential of Ardor.

The BBA DID method on Ardor presented by the community hackathon winner

Attila Aldemir, aka Atzen, presented his Ardor's community hackathon winning project "the bba DID method" based on the Ardor blockchain. He introduced the concept of Self-Sovereign Identity, the characteristics of Decentralized IDentifiers, and his solution to make the BLOOBA project (Blockchain-based authentication) SSI ready.