The recently released Standby Shuffler add-on for the Ardor blockchain is a powerful tool in the quest for privacy on a public ledger. It allows anyone who is already running a full node and interested in mixing his Ignis coins to do so, while at the same time ensuring smooth and quick completion of Ignis shufflings started by others.
The detailed Ardor Load Test Report 05/2019 is now available to the public, showing sustained 100+ transactions per second for more than 10 days.
The Ardor Burn Account has been created. Any tokens sent to this account will be permanently locked.
A quick getting started one page guide with links and resources about Ardor and Ignis
Ten things you should know about the Jelurida Public License (JPL).
This document is a summary of the current Ardor blockchain transaction fees.
Information about the IGNIS Airdrop - all frequently asked questions in an easy to digest infographic! Thanks to community member joelq for creating it!
This article provides information for crypto exchanges about how to support the upcoming Ardor Genesis Snapshot. It is only relevant to exchanges on which Nxt and its assets are currently traded and who hold user funds.
This table presents a detailed comparison of Nxt and Ardor with several other leading blockchain platforms.
What are the Ardor Child Chains, and how are they different from the so called Side Chains proposed by other blockchain platforms? This comparison table presents the key differences.