Ardor Source Code Released

Ardor a next generation blockchain platform, introduces three major innovations:

·       Unique parent child chain architecture

·       Separation between security and transactional tokens

·       Scalability, first steps towards solving the blockchain bloat problem

Jelurida the development company behind the Nxt and Ardor blockchain platforms ( announces today the final testnet release of its new product Ardor. Following its roadmap, Jelurida has also published the source code of Ardor for review. It is now included in the packages available from

This takes place on the fourth anniversary of Nxt’s launch, Jelurida’s flagship product and the world’s first pure proof-of-stake next generation blockchain platform. Ardor is built on top of Nxt’s functional, robust, stable and secure blockchain.

A number of significant new features were added to Ardor to make it a robust business ready platform. Asset Control to support secure share distribution, Composite Phasing to support advanced use cases such as dead man switch, and By Property Phasing to enable account based KYC.

This testnet release provides users a platform to test and prepare their applications for the mainnet launch, while reviewing the source code for potential problems. Here is the link to access the testnet

Lior Yaffe co-Founder and Managing Director of Jelurida: The release of the testnet is an important milestone setting standards for the whole blockchain industry paving the way for mainstream adoption of blockchain technologyWe are very proud of everything we have achieved over the course of the last four years and are excited to see what the future holds as blockchain technology becomes mainstream

Between 5th August and 4th November, Jelurida conducted a successful crowd sale for the first Ardor child chain tokens, IGNIS, and raised over $15,000,000.

As announced 50% of the tokens will be air dropped to NXT holders during the last week of December 2017. For more information about the IGNIS airdrop go to

Author: Dylan Jones

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