Platforms to Consider as Ethereum Alternatives: Ardor was launched by its parent company, Jelurida, back in early 2018. It has its roots in predecessor Nxt, a proof-of-stake blockchain that’s been in operation since 2013. Ardor aims to improve on some of the limitations of single token blockchains with an innovative parent-and-child structure. Anyone can build their own child chain, with its own token, and put multiple applications to work on it. Ardor emerges favorably when compared to the criteria listed above. It uses transaction pruning to avoid blockchain bloat and ensure scalability. Jelurida offers plenty of documentation via a dedicated learning hub, and developers can direct any queries or issues to the company itself.
March 9, 2020
According to some experts, the whole drama might end soon with no serious consequences. Lior Yaffe, co-founder and director of blockchain software company Jelurida, told Cointelegraph: “The existing blockchain industry is still quite forgiving towards mishaps like the Steemit incident, therefore I don’t think it will have a long-lasting effect. Consider that other protocols froze their operations for weeks or reversed malicious transactions and last I checked they were still doing well.”
March 6, 2020