ARDR

ARDR

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Max SupplyCirculating SupplyIssue DateIssue PriceConsensus ProtocolExplorer
998,999,495998,999,4952016-07-23-PoS1
ardor.tools
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ardorportal.org
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998,999,495-https://bitbucket.org/Jeluridahttps://www.ardorplatform.org/COIN

Ardor is a blockchain-as-a-service-platform that evolved from the time-tested Nxt blockchain. It is currently successfully running on a main-net and was launched on 01.01.2018. The unique parent-child chain architecture of Ardor, with a single security chain and multiple transactional chains, enables three fundamental advantages - reducing blockchain bloat, providing multiple transactional tokens, and hosting ready-to-use interconnected blockchains. To kickstart the Ardor project and allow it to compete with the rapidly-growing blockchain market, the development team behind Nxt and Ardor decided to conduct a crowdsale for 50 % of IGNIS – the token of Ignis, the first Ardor child chain. Jelurida will be the corporate entity that will be responsible for the development of Ardor and Nxt platform.

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Coin Bureau
3.5

Ardor (ARDR) | Rating: 8/10 | Outlook: Positive

2019-01-09
Ardor is a “blockchain-as-a-service” (Full BaaS) multi-chain platform that evolved from the time-tested Nxt blockchain. The mainnet went live on 01 January 2018. The unique parent-child chain architecture of Ardor, with a single security chain providing energy-efficient proof of stake consensus for multiple transactional “child chains,” enables three proposed advantages – reduced blockchain bloat, increased scalability, and the ability to launch and host ready-to-use interconnected blockchains. ARDR tokens are used to secure the network through a process called, “forging.” Since all tokens have been distributed and the supply will never increase, “forging” nodes are rewarded from the transaction fees in each block of transactions. The advanced features and functionality available on Nxt were implemented on the public and permissionless Ignis child chain – along with new features such as lightweight contracts, account and asset controls, and composite phased transactions. Businesses can launch dApps and services using the features available on Ignis such as issuing and trading digital assets, launching voting systems, and leveraging distributed cloud storage. Alternatively, businesses and developers can pick from these features, launch their own child chain, and simply plug in to the security provided by the decentralized Ardor parent chain’s network using the innovative “bundler” system. Ardor was developed by Jelurida, the same development team that created the NXT token. They have extensive experience in blockchain engineering and have been very active pushing new code. ARDR tokens are available on a number of different exchanges and the prices have followed the rest of the markets with the late 2017 rally and the subsequent bear market. There appears to be reasonable levels of volume and liquidity for the token although they do remain quite volatile.
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CoinCheckup
3.0

Ardor - Analysis & Research report - CoinCheckup.com - 1 October 2018

2018-11-05
Algo. score rating 3.1/5 (#460) 70% OPEN CHANNELS 83% TEAM STRENGTH 78% PRODUCT STRENGTH 0% GITHUB ACTIVITY 90% COIN STRENGTH 80% BRAND AWARENESS
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TokenInsight
2.5

Ardor Rating Report

2018-09-15
Ardor is a Blockchain-as-a-Service-Platform evolved from the Nxt software that addresses issue of blockchain bloat. It is a scalable blockchain built with a parent/child chain architecture that allows users to create their own blockchains. However, the current volume of transactions on its parent chain is small. Additionally, its code hasn’t been updated for several months and there are currently only three child chains running on the parent chain.