Jelurida's Weekly Wins - July 12, 2019

weekly news 2019-07-12

 

Jelurida Africa featured in The Nation News

Discover the early successes of Adedayo Adebajo, Managing Director at Jelurida Africa DLT, in creating opportunities for Nigerians to access blockchain technology in The Nation News. Recent activities have ranged from organizing campus hackathons in partnership with Blockchain Nigeria to running hands on training workshops - and it seems the country's media outlets are beginning to take notice.

Ardor included in "Global Blockchain Security Solutions" report by Market Research Vision

Every industry leader has their go-to market report for getting the comprehensive surveys of their competitive landscape. Microfinance Reporter, Tribaux, and other financial outlets recently noted that Ardor was highlighted by Market Research Vision in their "Global Blockchain Security Solutions Market Size, Status, and Forecast 2019-2025" report.

Lightweight "green smart contracts" on Hackernoon

The conversation around the benefits of stateful and stateless smart contracts executed across subsets of nodes continues to evolve. This week, Hackernoon featured a piece calling for more research into the potential electricity saving benefits of frameworks such as Ardor's lightweight contracts on the Ignis chain.

Snapshot of Ignis accounts for the GPS airdrop will occur on July 14 at block height 818000

On Monday, the Triffic snapshot of Ignis accounts was confirmed to occur at block height 818000 on Sunday, July 14th 2019. Check out this helpful video guide from the Triffic team to ensure your IGNIS are in the right place during the snapshot so that you receive the 1 GPS per 5 IGNIS airdrop when the Triffic application is released.

Jelurida to give two speeches in Geneva at the International Telecommunication Union's (ITU) DLT Scalability and Interoperability Workshop on August 2nd

The work of the UN's International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Focus Group on Application of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) will be coming to a close during the final face to face meetings in Geneva from July 29-August 1st. Following those meetings, the ITU will host a Workshop on DLT Scalability and Interoperability at their headquarters, where Lior and Alberto will each have a slot to present Ardor's approach to interoperability with key players in the international standards and telecommunications industries.