Ardor ARDR

$0.0826
Market Cap $ 82.468 MM (#67)
24h Volume $ 766.978 K
Chg. 24h: -1.59%
Algo. score 3.2/5  (#458)
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Ardor News

We are looking for talent! Take a look at the Ardor Online H...

We are looking for talent! Take a look at the Ardor Online Hackathon (ending on Dec. 6). It's an open call for deve… https://t.co/yTHdcEnzzn

20 days ago

Jelurida launches Ardor Learning Hub and lightweight contracts competition with $21,000 in prizes

CryptoNinjas After the recent announcement of the Dominium real estate project as the Ardor blockchain-as-a-service platform’s official fourth “child” blockchain, Jelurida today publicly launched the Ardor Learning Hub. This new resource provides an extensive array of documentation and... Jelurida launches Ardor Learning Hub and lightweight contracts competition with $21,000 in prizes

24 days ago

Market Update Oct.16: Tether’s madness and the upcoming regulation

After last week we reported the relative stability in the crypto market, the action was not overdue, and the volatility that characterizes the market has taken its toll. After a correction on Wall Street, there was also a drop in the currency market, and it appears that the correlation between these markets is positive, compared to the gold market, which rises when they fall. The dollar pegged Tether again made headlines as its value fell in some exchanges. Tether’s decline has caused a little chaos in the markets as many investors have been stressed out and transferred their Tether holdings to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. In this context, one can take note of the growing trend of companies trying to raise money for the issue of alternative stable currencies competing with Tether. Liquidity problems in the BitFinex exchange led to price differentials of around $400, and we will soon know the reasons that led to the Tetra drama that affected the entire market. There was a downtrend this week, and it seems that most of them are approaching the floor in terms of technical analysis. It is still not entirely clear whether Bitcoin has reached the bottom. An average bear market is around 18 months, so it is too early to say that we have passed the wave of declines and caution should be taken when entering the markets. However, one can remain optimistic that the industry is growing up and cleaning the stables. The size of the crypto market is around $210 billion | Bitcoin’s dominance stands at 54% Crypto News South Korean Plastic Surgeon Has Just Bought the World’s Third Largest Crypto Exchange. BK Global Consortium, led by a well-known plastic surgeon from Singapore, Dr. Kim Byung-gun, has acquired crypto exchange Bithumb for W400 billion. The ownership deal is worth around 38% of the popular exchange. Not just ICOs: The SEC Targets Crypto Airdrops. The regulators have recently clashed with crypto startups once again after imposing fines worth $30,000 on a new project for airdropping tokens to interested investors. SEC says the airdrop is “fraudulent.” From deposits suspension to today’s mess: All the speculations surrounding Tether and BitFinex. Hong Kong-based crypto exchange BitFinex has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Including manipulating the price of the stablecoin Tether. Traders on the exchange may have recouped profits when BTC went as high as $7900 on the exchange yesterday. Fidelity just made it easier for hedge funds and other pros to invest in cryptocurrencies. Fidelity Investments, the fifth largest asset manager in the world, has announced that it will launch a new platform that attracts institutional investors to cryptocurrencies. Sony Develops Blockchain Solution for Rights Management With Internal Partnerships. The multinational technology company is trying out a new industry with reports emerging that they are developing a blockchain-powered extension of its digital rights management system. ICO Activity Down 90% Since the Start of 2018. ICOs are no longer raising as much funding as they used to at the start of the year, as a study by Autonomous research revealed that less than $300 million was raised in the whole of September. Charts Bitcoin A volatile week that saw support in the areas of $6,100 followed by a sharp rise to $6700, influenced by recent market events. The resistance appears to be above $6,000, giving confidence to investors. The exchange traded at around $6,438. Ethereum Against the dollar is trading around $210, support is built in this range at $188 and held in the correction that was this week resistance in this range at $250. Against Bitcoin trading around 0.031BTC the support holds around 0.03BTC and still trading in this support range as well as the floor we have seen since December seems to have the graph to accumulate a little more time and show stability to the resistance market around 0.037BTC. Bitcoin Cash Against the dollar, the rate is based on support around $430 traded at $470. As of the writing of the update, it is not clear whether this is the floor and we did not see enough trading volume. If we look back, $300 appears in the graph as a table. In this range at $500. Against Bitcoin, it traded around 0.069BTC resistance at 0.075BTC support in this range around 0.068BTC a fragile graph technically does not look good, or we are on the floor. Populous Against the dollar trading around $3.44 resistance at $3.80 support at $2.90 seems to be stabilizing recently and volatility has calmed down. Can we go lower from here? Against Bitcoin traded around 0.0005BTC not far from the floor we have seen since August around 0.0004BTC it seems that the trade has calmed down and the bull is starting to level resistance in this range at 0.0006BTC. Ardor Against the dollar, a weekly chart traded around $0.11 support around $0.10 holds resistance at $0.14 in this range the peak was at the beginning of the year $2.29 it seems the currency crashed bu

a month ago

Check out the “Introductory Tour of #Ardor Parent Chain’s Fe...

Check out the “Introductory Tour of #Ardor Parent Chain’s Features — Blockchain Ardor Part 3” by @Cryptodemetrius a… https://t.co/0KOqSbbkI4

a month ago

Ardor and Nxt Featured at Finnovista Pitch Day, Both Coins Advance

Ardor, which is a “blockchain as a service for business,” is participating in today’s market recovery. The project was featured at Finnovista’s fintech pitch-day event. Alber, a decentralized apps builder who also works on Nxt, which is an "open-source blockchain platform," tweeted that the event was occurring at the Google campus. ARDR and NXT are up 7% and 5%, respectively. (GT)

2 months ago

Today’s Gainers: Metaverse and Nxt Buck Downward Trend in the Broader Crypto Market

There are a couple of bright spots in today’s market that are bucking an otherwise downward trend. Metaverse ETP, for instance, has advanced approximately 4% in the last 24-hour period. The coin recently scored a listing on Coinsuper, a Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange, which could be fueling the gains as it bolsters liquidity in the altcoin. Metaverse is a platform for “smart properties and digital identities.” Nxt, meanwhile, is up nearly 5% though it remains below its best levels of the summer. Nxt is an open-source platform for fintech and crowdfunding developed by Jelurida, which is also behind the Ardor blockchain platform. (GT)

3 months ago

Binance Lists Ardor; Price Spikes By Over 45%

The listing of Ardor by Binance saw Ardor's price spike by over 45% to trade at $0.23 at press time up from $0.16. Ardor (ARDR) which will begin trading at 11 am UTC will have Binance, Ethereum, and Bitcoin as trading pairs. The price surge saw ARDR have a market cap of $236 to be ranked at #56 by CoinMarketCap. (KE)

4 months ago

Binance Lists Ardor

On the heels of Ardor's recent price ascendancy, Binance has announced it is now listing Ardor (ARDR). Binance will open trading for ARDR/BNB, ARDR/BTC and ARDR/ETH trading pairs at 2018/07/18 11:00 AM (UTC). (CP)

4 months ago

Ardor Surges 39%

Leading the surprisingly bearish market of the past 24hrs, Ardor (ARDR) surged 39%, now trading at $0.249 according to CoinMarketCap. ARDR's 2018 peak occurred on January 13th, when it traded for $2.03. Since then, ARDR has largely wavered around the $0.15 mark. ARDR is ranked 55th with a $249M market cap. (CP)

4 months ago

Introduction, Resources, and FAQ

***** # Official Resources ***** * [Official Site](https://ardorplatform.org/) * [White Paper](https://www.jelurida.com/sites/default/files/JeluridaWhitepaper.pdf) * [Jelurida (core developers)](https://www.jelurida.com/) * [Intro Video](https://www.jelurida.com/introduction-ardor-platform-video) * [Ardorgate (EUR gateway and pegged child chain)](https://www.ardorgate.eu/) ***** # Community Resources ***** * [Ardor Nxt Group](http://www.ardornxt.group/) * [Nxt/Ardor Wiki](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Main_Page) * [Nxt Forum](https://nxtforum.org/) * [Nxter Magazine](https://www.nxter.org/) ([Español](https://www.nxter.org/es/), [简体中文](https://www.nxter.org/zh-hans/)) * [Ardor vs. the Competiton Series](https://www.nxter.org/category/ardor-vs-the-competition/) ([free ebook](https://www.nxter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Ardor_vs_the_competition.pdf), [Español](https://www.nxter.org/es/category/ardor-frente-a-la-competencia/), [简体中文](https://www.nxter.org/zh-hans/%e9%98%bf%e6%9c%b5-vs-%e7%ab%9e%e4%ba%89%ef%bc%8c%e7%bb%93%e6%9d%9f%e8%af%ad/), [Русский](https://www.ardor.world/ru/news/2017/12/06/ardor-i-eyo-konkurentyethereum-lisk-iota-waves-stratis-nem-i-komodo-podvedenie-itogov/)) * [ardor.tools](https://ardor.tools/), a block explorer * [ArdorPortal](https://ardorportal.org/monitor), another block explorer ***** # Social Media ***** * [Slack](https://nxtplatform.org/slack/) * [Discord](https://discordapp.com/invite/vDkVnY) * [Ardor Platform Twitter](https://twitter.com/ardorplatform) * [Jelurida Twitter](https://twitter.com/jelurida?lang=en) * [Ardor Nxt Group Twitter](https://twitter.com/Ardor_Nxt_Group?lang=en) * [Nxter Twitter](https://twitter.com/Nxter_org?lang=en) * [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/ardorplatform/) ***** # General FAQ ***** ### What is Ardor? Ardor is a scalable blockchain-as-a-service platform with a wide variety of built-in features. It consists of a single parent blockchain, also called Ardor, and a set of child blockchains. The parent chain provides security for the child chains, and the child chains provide all of the features for users. ### What is Ardor *not*? Ardor is not: * Just a white paper; * An ERC20 token; or, * A prototype. Ardor is already running in production and all of its features are available to users and developers. ### What can Ardor do? Ardor's child chains can support any or all of the following features: * The Coin Exchange, where users can trade ARDR and child chain coins. * The [Asset Exchange](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Asset_Exchange), where users can issue and trade assets. * The [Monetary System](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Monetary_System), where users can issue tokens with a number of customizable properties. * The [Voting System](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Voting_System), where users can create and participate in polls. * The [Data Cloud](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Data_Cloud), where users can store the hash of a file permanently on the blockchain, and optionally, store the file itself in archival nodes. * The [Marketplace](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Marketplace), a decentralized platform for buying or selling goods and services. * [Coin Shuffling](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Coin_Shuffling), a way to obscure an account's transaction history to grant a measure of privacy. * The [Messaging System](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Arbitrary_Messages), which allows users to send one another plaintext or encrypted messages. * The [Alias System](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Alias_System), a key-value store for arbitrary data. * [Phased Transactions](https://nxtwiki.org/wiki/Phasing), which allow users to specify the conditions under which a transaction is valid. Examples include m-of-n multisig, hash- and time-locks, and votes by asset or currency holders, among many other options. There are also many advanced features built into these systems: * Pay dividends to your asset holders. * Issue a Monetary System token to conduct an ICO, create a currency for your Dapp, designate membership in an organization, or distribute a voucher to your customers, among many other uses. * Combine phasing conditions with AND, OR, and NOT operators to make simple smart contracts. * Mark accounts with a special property, then issue an asset that only those accounts can trade. * Create an account that can only issue transactions approved by a specific set of other accounts. There are far too many possibilities to list here. If you have an idea for a project that you'd like to launch on a blockchain, post about it on this sub! Chances are that there is a way to develop it quickly and securely on Ardor, and people here will be happy to help you figure out how to do it. ### Why are most of those links to the Nxt wiki? I thought we were talking about Ardor. Ardor was created by the lead developers of Nxt using much of the same source code. They originally called it Nxt 2.0, though the two platforms are completely independe...

10 months ago

Ardor Tutorial Videos - See Inside

Hello everybody. I've started making some tutorial videos which will hopefully make it much easier for newbies to get started with Ardor. I'll be adding more over the coming weeks, starting with videos explaining the functionality of the wallet, before moving onto other things like forging and joining pools. [01. How To Get An Ardor Wallet](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdvwty34hP8) [02. How To Secure Your Ardor Wallet](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCO5mrwCqF8) [03. Using The Ardor Coin Exchange](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JilJKFBFN_4) [04. Exchange Euros For Ardor With Ardorgate](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FgJ_wcgw5Y) [05. Withdraw Your Ardor Into Euros with Ardorgate](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD0C3T0kYOM)...

10 months ago

For Newbs : what is dragonchain?

Dragonchain is a Platform for smart contracts like Ethereum or Cardano or EOS. So it is a platform to launch ICOs on and run DAPPs , whereas the scalabily of the Dragonchain is almost infinite because it works with sidechains. This means that every project or DAPP can have their own personalised blockchain structure running parallel to dragonchain. I would think of something like next or Ardor which are similar. So if you need a fast blockchain you can set it up with higher transactions or make it private , but it will be secured by the Dragonchain blockchain. Dragonchain runs on Amazon AWS, it is meant to be a semi private blockchain and the computing is done on AWS servers instead of public mining like in Ethereum. Dragonchain will also provide a marketplace for companies to buy plugins or other tech which they need in order to participate in the blockchain revolution. Dragonchain is also a ICO platform, which will have the requirements for US offerings. Because as you may know , many ICOs are not available for US citizens. To interact with dragonchain , buy the products from the marketplace , as well as geting discounts for new ICOs, you need Dragons. Right now Dragons are a ERC20 token, but after the infrastructure is up and running, it will probably be a native token. now you know why dragon Hodlers are so excited... The potential for this project is huuuuuge, because it helps non-blockchain private companies to get on the blockchain. All in compliance with US law. I myself see Dragonchain as the Bluechip Smart contract platform. Ethereum and EOS will become huge, but i see dragonchain at least having a third of the value of one of those if not more. Correct me please if I am wrong!...

10 months ago

"Chill Out" or "Why Ardor will be huge in 2018"

People. Seriously. There is a lot of complaining and whining on here. I agree with some of you and others I do not. Here are my opinions on the current situation and where I see it going. Bittrex: Yes it sucks to have your money locked up on the exchange. Bittrex has handles this poorly. However the Intel security bug and Azure outage affects the ENTIRE exchange. Surely the priority must be given to that as opposed to working on a single coin. The timing is terrible. It really is. When it rains it pours. Do you know how you can prevent this in the future? Don't leave your coins on the exchanges! You've heard it a million times and finally now you can see why. The Ardor team said which exchanges would support the snapshot however they also said that the best thing to do would be to put your coins in your wallet. Keeping coins off the exchange is an important tip to becoming a max coin expert. Poloniex: On a fork. What dumbasses. However, they did disable deposits and withdrawals for now so I can assume they are working on it. Remember that Intel bug? Yeah it was a big deal for ALL the exchanges. I also want to point out that Polo never announced any support for the snapshot and if you kept your coins on there then again, that's on you. The safest place for your coins is in your wallet, where you control the private key. Price speculation: If you were looking for a pump and dump and thought the ardor main net launch would be an easy way to double your money, then sorry for your weak hands. Fomo is very real, as I know. It sucks to watch Tron go bonkers knowing what a shitcoin it is. It sucks watching a lot of other coins that represent projects no where near as advanced as ardor double, triple, or more. This is a real phenomenon and I would remind you that there are holders of other coins who feel that way about Ardor. Suggested reading: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear_of_missing_out https://www.forbes.com/sites/keldjensen/2014/10/20/why-you-miss-success-opportunities-and-dont-see-the-invisible-gorilla/#65b60a902131 The future success of Ardor: Look I know it's the start of a new year and we keep seeing a lot of "Why 2018 will be the breakout year for shitcoin!" posts but Ardor could very easily go at least 10x in price from here (I'm actually thinking 25$ by the end of 2018). Here's why: 1. It's real. Again I can't stress this enough. Ardor is not a whitepaper. It is not just some tokens on an exchange. It is a real product. 2. Ardor is not yet listed on a number of big exchanges. 3. There has not yet been any marketing for Ardor. Once all the current fires have been put out then there will actually be something to market. 4. Proof of stake is going to be big. Not everyone can afford to mine coins. Everyone can afford a Raspberry Pi. 5. The main net just launched. There are people out there that got out of Ether at 10$. Others at 100$. Like sold their whole stack. Don't be that person. It's scary out there. Just HOLD. My price predictions? 4-5 dollars in January (Maybe Feb if the exchanges don't get their shit together). 25$ by end of 2018. I consider this conservative. Although if you want to sell then sell. I could do with less whining and more believing. ...

10 months ago

To all crying little noobs who have no idea what they're invested in or WHY they're invested in.

1. Atleast read the whole front page before you ask same dumb question for 134th time. 2. Bittrex never said anything about Jan 5. Do your own research instead of believing in everything you see on reddit. 3. NXT is not dead, it's a solid completed project ready for new investors, developers will continue to work on this platform for years. Do your own reaserch. 4. Ardor is not replacing NXT and it's not like NXT 2.0. "They are two different solutions for different clients." Do your own research. 5. "Now with Jelurida's money on its back NXT will focus more on marketing side." Do your own research. 6. NXT price got pumped before the airdrop event, now it's dumped. Did you ever hear about "Buy the rumor sell the news"? Then what did you expect? 7. IGNIS futures price have nothing to do with real IGNIS price. Don't tell me you expected the brand-new coin to jump inside top 15 marketcap just like that. 8. NXT found the bottom at around 3200sat and it's not "mooooooning 2.0" anytime soon. It will need to consolidate for days or weeks and make a steady slow growth before it starts pump to 7,8 or 9k again. Let's hope I'm wrong and it will happen sooner, who knows. 9. It's not a shitcoin. You lost money because you bought high. That's it. 10. When BTC spikes most of the alts bleed, **all time, everytime.** **11. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH.**...

10 months ago

Difference Between NXT and ARDR: What You Need To Know

So I know alot of people are wanting to know the answer to this question, and so was I when I first got into Jelurida tech (thats the company behind both blockchains in case you were wondering) Here is so far the SIMPLEST way to explain the two for people to understand: NXT is complete. They have worked on it for years and is build from the ground up as a certain type of code. It can be used and cloned very easily and when companies want to use NXT, there is literally no cost to using it for a self contained system (like the Austrian ID stuff that just started using NXT). You just basically get a copy of the blockchain and its not connected to any other chains. Ardor on the other hand is like NXT , but on a completely separate code that is designed for CHILD chains rather than duplicate chains or side chains. (Side chains is what ETH is all about and all the ERC20 tokens that you see come out) Child chains are diffrent where they are not just wild west side chains, but they are directly tied to Ardor in security and other ways. They can be customized like NXT to have some or all the features of it , but it more expensive to start one. So in reality both have uses still. If you want something for a project to build on that is really inexpensive and robust, and not so much for transactional purposes, you would use NXT. If you want something that is more customizable, transaction friendly, but costly, you would start a child chain on ARDR. Hope this helps those wondering why they didn't just kill off NXT when they made ARDR. ...

10 months ago

The lack of due diligence by some posters in this subreddit is astounding.

I want to preface this post by saying that everything in this post is my opinion alone. To the people who bought the top after NXT shot up 3000% from the previous month, are you really surprised? Seriously? NXT is not a shitcoin. It has a pretty rich and storied history and is the basis and inspiration for many other projects. It is one of a few coins with its own codebase and is not a fork of another coin. If you've bothered to use the wallet you'll notice that while it appears complex, it is one of the most feature rich wallets in all of cryptocurrency. With that said, it has been known for years that while NXT would not be abandoned, a lot of development focus would shift over to Ardor. Long-term NXT holders were given Ardor at a 1:1 ratio back in 2016 depending on how long you held during the snapshot. It doesn't matter if it's ETH, or NXT or Bitcoin. If something shoots up 3000% in a month, do not be surprised at a huge correction, especially when the basis for that rise is completed. NXT was under 6 cents last month and rose to over $2.10. It is still holding over 1000% of it's fiat value from November. Honestly, that is amazing and I hope NXT can continue to prosper. There are projects valued higher than NXT that have done far less for the community. I would not be surprised to see NXT rise back to those fiat levels at some point. Please understand what you are investing in and do your due diligence before purchasing ANY cryptocurrency....

a year ago

Nxt vs Ardor Functionality Comparison (x-post /r/Ardor)

This table was copied from [a post on Nxtforum.org](https://nxtforum.org/core-development-announcements/ardor-vs-nxt-functional-comparison/) by Jean-Luc, core developer of Nxt and Ardor. In cases of discrepancies, the version on the forum should be the one referenced. Quoted text start --------- Functionality|Nxt|Ardor :--|:--|:-- Blockchains|Single chain|One parent chain with multiple child chains Transaction tokens|The same token (NXT) is used for establishing the consensus and providing the security of the blockchain, as well as for the basic unit of value in all transactions|Only the parent chain token (ARDR) is used in the proof-of-stake consensus, and thus provides security for all child chains. Child chain tokens are used as transactional units of value only. Transaction fees|Transaction fees are paid in NXT only, requiring users to always have NXT in their accounts.|On each chain transaction fees are paid in the native token (coin) of that chain. End users do not need to own ARDR tokens. Features|Asset Exchange, Monetary System, Aliases, Messaging, Digital Goods Store, Voting System, Shuffling, Data Cloud, Phasing, Account Control, Account Properties|All these features are preserved in Ardor, and are available on each child chain. A child chain can optionally be restricted not to enable some features. The parent chain supports a limited subset of features, as it is intended to be used for consensus establishing only and not for everyday transactions. Accounts|Each passphrase maps to a single account. Passphrases can't be changed, and there is no wallet file to store.|The same mapping of passphrases to account numbers is used as in Nxt. Accounts are global across all child chains, and an account can have balances in each of the existing child chain coins, as well as in ARDR. Holdings|There is a single coin (NXT), and unlimited user-issued Assets and Monetary System currencies.|Each chain has its own coin. Assets and MS currencies can be issued on any child chain, and are available for trading globally. Assets or MS currencies can optionally be restricted* to some child chains only. Trading|Assets and MS currencies can be traded for NXT only.|Assets and MS currencies can be traded on any child chain, with price denominated in the corresponding child chain coin. Coin Exchange|N/A|A new feature, Coin Exchange, allows trading of child chain coins to each other, and also to the parent chain coin (ARDR). Dividends|Asset dividends can be paid in NXT only.|Asset dividends can be paid in any of the child chain coins, by simply issuing the payment transaction on the corresponding chain. Additionally, paying dividends in another Asset or in MS currency has been implemented. Crowdfunding|Crowdfunding feature is available in the Monetary System, but the funds must be collected in NXT only.|Crowdfunding feature is available on all child chains, and on each child chain the funds are collected in the corresponding child chain coin. Shuffling|Shuffling of NXT, Assets, and MS currencies is available.|On each child chain, shuffling of the corresponding coin, or any Asset or MS Currency, is supported. Aliases|Alias names are globally unique.|Alias names are unique within each child chain only. MS Currencies|Currency codes and names are globally unique.|Currency codes and names are unique within a child chain only. Pruning|Pruning is available for plain and encrypted messages, and for tagged data (data cloud feature). Pruned data are retrieved automatically on demand from designated archival nodes.|Pruning and retrieving of all prunable data is available as in Nxt. In addition, the child chain transactions themselves are designed to be prunable and will not need to be stored permanently or re-downloaded by every new node. The actual pruning of transactions will be implemented later.* Transaction identifiers|Transaction IDs are 64-bit longs, and are globally unique.|The 64-bit transaction IDs are no longer guaranteed to be globally unique for child chains. 256-bit transaction hashes (sha256 digests) are used instead as transaction identifiers. Block generation|A "forging" process is used to create new blocks, with the probability of block creation dependent on the account NXT balance (stake).|The same forging algorithm is used as in Nxt, dependent on ARDR account balances only. Bundling|N/A|A new process, "bundling", is used to group child chain transactions into a parent chain transaction ("child chain block"), which is then included in the parent chain. Any account can play the role of a bundler. The bundling process also performs the exchange of fees paid by users in child chain tokens into ARDR fees accepted by the block forgers. Phasing|Transaction execution can be made conditional, subject to approval using various voting models|Same voting models as in Nxt, but phasing is possible on child chains only. Approval transactions can be on a different child chain from the phased transaction, and the by-transactio...

2 years ago


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