NXTER newsletter

  • Reflections on the Creation of a DAO in Ardor
    by Guest author on November 7, 2019 at 8:09 am

    The ownership structure of the Tarasca DAO has already been discussed in the previous article. Once that is set up, the funds are safe and under control by the members of the organization, which is the main objective of a DAO. However, for the organization to be effective it needs more tools and more internal ... Read moreReflections on the Creation of a DAO in Ardor The post Reflections on the Creation of a DAO in Ardor appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – Nov 4, 2019
    by Jelurida on November 4, 2019 at 11:41 am

    Ardor on Android "Blockchain Anywhere" Promo Reached 100+ Participants in < 1 week Last week, Jelurida introduced the ability to run full Ardor nodes on Android devices and began a promotion to encourage users to try this revolutionary technology. In less than a week, more than 100 participants submitted photos of themselves holding full blockchain nodes in the palm ... Read moreJelurida’s Weekly Wins – Nov 4, 2019 The post Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – Nov 4, 2019 appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • Setting up a DAO with Tarasca (I)
    by Guest author on November 4, 2019 at 11:17 am

    In a previous article we detailed the general tools offered by Ardor to build Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) on its platform. In this article we offer the first general ideas of its implementation in our specific case. 1. General structure of Tarasca DAO Let’s think of Tarasca as a conventional company, which owns its assets ... Read moreSetting up a DAO with Tarasca (I) The post Setting up a DAO with Tarasca (I) appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • When do we invest in shitcoins? (part 2)
    by bl0kphile on August 22, 2019 at 6:01 am

    In my last article “Why do we invest in Shitcoins?“, you learned about System 1 and 2 of our mind. You were exposed to an experiment that showed how easily your mind is fooled by a simple illusion. With this newly gained knowledge, you understood how you can prevent investments in coins that later turn ... Read moreWhen do we invest in shitcoins? (part 2) The post When do we invest in shitcoins? (part 2) appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • Nxterpool: Ardor and NXT Forging
    by apenzl on August 14, 2019 at 3:17 pm

    In Nxt and Ardor, “forging” is the process of creating new blocks on the blockchain. If you don’t have a forging node running you can lease your account’s NXT / ARDR balance to a forging pool. When leasing, you still maintain full control of your NXT or ARDR. The pool cannot do anything with your ... Read moreNxterpool: Ardor and NXT Forging The post Nxterpool: Ardor and NXT Forging appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – Aug 09, 2019
    by Jelurida on August 12, 2019 at 8:37 am

    Full Ardor nodes on Android undergoing final testing before public release What if you could fit the entire Ardor blockchain in your pocket? After all, accessibility is the key to decentralization. Full nodes on Android devices are nearing reality as the team begins its final testing before public release. New use cases involving IoT sensors ... Read moreJelurida’s Weekly Wins – Aug 09, 2019 The post Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – Aug 09, 2019 appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • Why do we invest in shitcoins? (part 1)
    by bl0kphile on August 11, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    In this series of blog posts I am going to write about the human mind: how and especially why we are making the choices we make, for example ending up having (shit)coins in our portfolio. Following one of the most renowned Psychologists and Nobel Prize Winner Daniel Kahneman and many other Psychologists that have contributed ... Read moreWhy do we invest in shitcoins? (part 1) The post Why do we invest in shitcoins? (part 1) appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – Aug 02, 2019
    by Jelurida on August 3, 2019 at 8:26 am

    Jelurida closes a successful week at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) It has been more than 7 months since Skylar first began contributing to the ITU's Focus Group on Distributed Ledger Technology and this week, the group's final meetings were held on the UN campuses in Geneva. A DLT Workshop on Scalability and Interoperability occurred ... Read moreJelurida’s Weekly Wins – Aug 02, 2019 The post Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – Aug 02, 2019 appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – July 26, 2019
    by Jelurida on July 27, 2019 at 8:24 am

    Child chain control documentation officially makes Ardor an interoperable, hybrid permissioned-permissionless multi-chain network Companies and developers have been on the lookout for hybrid blockchain solutions offering permissioned blockchains and applications secured by a public, permissionless consensus mechanism. Ardor has a solution - child chain control. Read more on the Ardor Learning Hub about how to enable ... Read moreJelurida’s Weekly Wins – July 26, 2019 The post Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – July 26, 2019 appeared first on NXTER.ORG.

  • ARDR listing promo on crypto.com
    by Guest author on July 23, 2019 at 10:20 pm

    Ardor is now available at http://Crypto.com. [Press Release] Crypto.com celebrates the addition of Ardor (ARDR) with a listing promotion where ARDR Tokens valued at a total of $5,000 USD will be given away.  Begins: July 22, 2019 (Monday) 7:00 am UTC Ends: July 29, 2019 (Monday) 7:00 am UTC  Eligibility: All Crypto.com App approved users, except citizens and residents ... Read moreARDR listing promo on crypto.com The post ARDR listing promo on crypto.com appeared first on NXTER.ORG.