CoinPost: Jelurida, the development company of the Ardor blockchain and Ignis, announced on December 7th that it is collaborating with Accenture, one of the world's largest consulting firms, to develop various blockchain-based solutions for Correos and the European Union. Jelurida and Accenture will initially work together to build the infrastructure necessary to provide the two use cases specified by the EU: supply chain traceability and data management solutions.
December 09, 2021
Cointelegraph España: Jelurida, a Swiss blockchain software development company, will work together with Accenture, the global management consulting and professional services firm, in the development of part of the new project "Senator" which is based on blockchain. This research and innovation project will use the Ardor blockchain, the platform that, according to those involved, fits perfectly with the technical requirements. The project needed a public platform with more than 1,000 nodes, multi-chain, the possibility of having permits and operating in a hybrid way, with proof of participation to guarantee low energy consumption and be in line with the requirements of the Post Office and the EU.
December 07, 2021
European Union and Correos Select Accenture and Jelurida to Lead ‘Senator’ Freight Logistics Project
Coinspeaker: On December 2, 2021, Alberto Fernandez – Jelurida Business Developer and Software Engineer - was a guest speaker at the Blockchain Radio program of Radio Intereconomia, together with two guests from Accenture and Correos. In this radio program, they officially announced that Jelurida, together with Accenture, won a public tender from Correos, resulting in the launch of the new blockchain-based "Senator" project - a project funded by the EU, which aims to develop governance schemes on user demand planning, transport planning, freight and logistics planning, and city infrastructures, to optimally manage urban planning policies.
December 06, 2021
CoinPost: Exciting news in the Ardor ecosystem is covered in this article. After many years of development, the Triffic team recently launched the GPS Gamification Ecosystem, a play-to-earn NFT gaming ecosystem that encompasses the Ardor blockchain technology, geo-location, and augmented reality. As fully described in the Light paper, the GPS Ecosystem will further diversity the monetization methods of the Triffic App game with the upcoming official GPS NFT Wallet. Furthermore, the Tarasca team has announced that the Mythical Beings NFT card collection will soon have a bridge from the Ardor-Ignis blockchain to OpenSea on Polygon. This will enable users to access more trading market opportunities and liquidity.
December 3, 2021
WeChat: Among the projects responsible for defining the crypto evolution this article mentions Jelurida as the pioneering company behind the Nxt blockchain. Nxt is the first pure Proof-of-Stake (PoS) network launched in 2013, which differs from PoW-based networks for low-energy consumption and greater scalability. Although newer platforms adopted the PoS model, Nxt remains one of the most tested and reliable blockchain platforms in the industry, playing a pivotal role in helping crypto to gain mainstream adoption.
November 24, 2021
Orange Finance: The Mythical Beings NFT card collection built on Ardor blockchain will soon have a bridge to OpenSea on Polygon, one of Ethereum’s Layer 2 blockchains. This article explains the impact of such integration, the benefits to card collectors, and the new dynamics of the game. To reduce the fragmented NFT space and for one of the most active sets to be counted in the main ranking pages, the Tarasca team has decided to convert Mythical Beings cards into multi-chain objects, able to move into different blockchains without losing their scarcity attributes. Thanks to Ignis smart contracts, the help of the Jelurida developers and the community member Tre, a new bridge model was designed, which turns the entire Ardor platform into a cross-chain technology.
November 22, 2021