IHold: Ardor with its multi chain approach to the blockchain whereby a unique parent - child chain structure is built. The security of the entire network lies in the parent Ardor chain. Ardor is a product by Jelurida, the company that is also responsible for NXT, the first POS blockchain. NXT is so old that it was even mentioned in Ethereum’s first whitepaper as a project that conducted a very successful ICO and thus this is one of the reasons that Ethereum chose the ICO model in the first place. Jelurida has been known for quite some time as a pioneer in the crypto space.
April 29, 2021
TechTimes: One fun app is encouraging users to get back out into the outdoors and to start interacting with local businesses. Triffic is as its name suggests a terrific game for those who are looking to combine their daily walk, or shop with a gaming format. Walk, run, cycle, drive or crawl; no matter how you do it, the more you move, the more Triffic miles you collect. You can be incentivized and rewarded for moving about and collect your rewards in cryptocurrency. Find treasures on your outdoor explorations and use the wealth you accrue from the app to buy your own plots in the Triffic map. Then earn money from your own plots of land.
April 28, 2021
Coinpost: スイスを拠点としたブロックチェーン開発企業、ジェルリダ（Jelurida）が開発するアーダー（Ardor）チェーンエコシステム内で、NFT（Non-Fungible Token/非代替性トークン）やブロックチェーンゲームに関連したプロジェクトの開発が加速している。
April 28, 2021
BTCNewz: Apart from the natural health benefits of moving more and the psychological benefits, some companies have decided to incentivize people to move more. Triffic which is a blockchain app is encouraging people to get moving around their local area while supporting their community businesses. This AR app rewards its users in cryptocurrency payments with its native token, GPS. Users collect GPS rewards for just going out and moving more. They can be rewarded for going shopping, driving the car, or even taking the dog out for a walk. This is driving real incentives to people to get moving more.
April 28, 2021
BTCManager: Over the past few years, there has been a lot of excitement regarding blockchain technology in an enterprise environment. While some of the initial hype has calmed down, several projects continue to push the boundaries of what can be achieved. One notable example is Jelurida, the Swiss software firm behind both the Ardor and NXT blockchain ecosystems.
What sets Ardor apart from the competing ecosystem is its focus on multi-chain architecture. More specifically, it maintains a central parent chain that gives way to customizable child chains. Taking this approach allows Ardor to break through some constraints other ecosystems will face. Removing the need for holding native tokens to transact on a particular chain is an essential aspect. Additionally, Ardor’s child chains help alleviate blockchain bloat, an aspect holding several public blockchains today.
April 27, 2021
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