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A Review of Dominium/Max Crowdfund

For your information: The project “Dominium” changed its name to Max Crowdfund in late 2018. We’ve kept the original name in the article for historical reasons.  I suspect I wasn’t the only Nxter to be caught off guard by the articles from several weeks ago describing how a company called Dominium will build a platform …

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What Good is Ignis, Anyway?

Recently there have been several posts on the Nxt and Ardor subreddits asking about Ignis: Why did Jelurida create it? What problems does it solve? Why would people want to use it? I suspect that for a lot of longtime members of the Nxt community, the answers to these questions are self-evident. For newcomers, though, …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Closing Remarks

This is the final installment of a series of articles that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the rest of the series here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 3: IOTA …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 8: Ethereum (Blockchain Bloat)

This post is part of a series that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the previous posts here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 3: IOTA Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 7: Ethereum (Smart Contracts)

This post is part of a series that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the previous posts here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 3: IOTA Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 6: Komodo/SuperNET

This post is part of a series that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the previous posts here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 3: IOTA Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 5: Stratis

This post is part of a series that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the previous posts here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 3: IOTA Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 4: Waves

This post is part of a series that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the previous posts here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 3: IOTA Until now, one of my …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 3: IOTA

This post is part of a series that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the previous posts here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult This week I studied IOTA, a distributed ledger that doesn’t use a …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 2: NEM/Mijin/Catapult

This post is part of a series that compares Ardor to other blockchain projects with similar features or goals. You can find the previous posts here: Ardor vs. Plasma Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk This week I studied NEM, a public blockchain similar to Nxt in many ways. As I’m primarily interested in …

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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk

I recently decided to start a series of posts that compare and contrast Ardor with other blockchain projects that appear to have similar goals or features. Roughly each week, I’ll pick a project whose scope overlaps at least a little with Ardor’s, study its technical documentation, and post a summary of my findings here for …

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