Today the 3rd batch of Round 3, with 25 M JLRDA tokens, became available for sale. At the time of writing, there were still JLRDA tokens available.
Finally – some would say – the IGNIS ICO hype calmed down a little. Finally, it is possible to attend the ICO and buy JLRDA without running a full node client, placing several buy-orders in advance, or having to figure out the most advantageous peer settings and transaction fees in order to get a chance to win the over-participated lottery for future IGNIS tokens on the Ardor Blockchain Platform.
ICO: Jelurida [ID 823491988455668070]
Live data from the Nxt blockchain
As someone said on the forum in the ICO thread:
In round one 1 NXT = 4500 Sat. 1 JLRDA = 0.4 NXT = 1800 Sat.
In round [three] 1 NXT = 2000 Sat. 1 JLRDA = 0.76 NXT = 1520 Sat.
So, the guy who ran away with all the JLRDA in the first few rounds did not get such a great deal afterall …
Live data from the Nxt blockchain
Either the whale investors
- Gave up (as they attended on equal terms with everyone else)
- Believe that 1 IGNIS token will be worth less than 0.76 NXT at the current NXT price
(0.76 NXT = 0.07 USD or 0.0000162252 BTC)
- Believe that the price of NXT will rise a lot in the future – keep in mind that by holding NXT you get 0.5 IGNIS per NXT that you own at the snapshot (Q4 2017) and you get to keep your NXT
- Decided to invest in ARDR instead of JLRDA
- Do not even know about Jelurida’s work and the IGNIS ICO
Let us take a look at the three tokens in play, and you can choose your path to success by choosing which one best suits your interests and needs.
Nxt launched in 2013 as the first 100% Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain ever and has run stable ever since. Over the years Nxt was optimized with built-in smart contracts that anyone can use “as is” or use them to build their decentralized applications with – without risking their investors’ money or the security of the blockchain, as no 3rd party code is added to the blockchain. Nxt’s smart transactions are rigorously tested in production and can be accessed using the Nxt API, which supports over 200 request types. Nxt is coded in Java, the leading industry standard language for corporate applications. The Nxt platform is open source for its open and supportive community. Nxt is called the “Swiss army-knife” of crypto, undervalued in the markets, and technically ahead of the competition.
With the new JPL license, owners of NXT are entitled to receive 10% of tokens from clones of Nxt.
Ignis will be the first child chain on Ardor. Ignis will have all of the features of Nxt, except for forging – it will be secured instead by Ardor’s main chain. Users of Ignis get UNRESTRICTED ACCESS to all existing and future Ardor child chain features. Do not expect unrestricted access from any other child chain in the ecosystem, as their creators may restrict those. Ignis will constantly be pruned (no blockchain bloat – means: globally scalable) and will feature cross-chain transactions, e.g., token and asset trading, and access to custom features on any other child chain. JLRDA, the non-transferable token sold in the ICO, represents the monetary unit and transactional token of Ignis, IGNIS, 1:1. JLRDA tokens will convert to IGNIS automatically at the Ardor Genesis Snapshot.
Ardor is Nxt 2.0 and is best described as a Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform, currently running on testnet. Ardor is the main chain that will secure, bundle and forge all transactions on the network of child chains. Ardor will make the features of Ignis available to other child chain creators, but restrictions can be placed if certain features are not desired, such as shuffling of tokens, the unrestricted decentralized marketplace or the unregulated asset exchange. Child chains will have their own operational token so users will not have to buy “gateway tokens” such as NXT, ARDR or ETH to use them. Child chains will be prunable and will not have to be bootstrapped, as they are secured by Ardor. Child chains can be spawned and customised with help from Jelurida, but the ability to create new chains will eventually be integrated into the software as a DIY module. For those that like account and ID regulations and restrictions – Ardor is the place to be. For those that like to forge all child chain fees – Ardor is the place to be.
Live data from the Nxt blockchain
ARDOR introduction video
- Ardor mainnet launch
- Migration of ARDR balances from the Nxt blockchain asset to the Ardor Genesis block
- Spawn of the IGNIS child chain based on NXT and JLRDA balances
- Spawn of Bitswift child chain with 10% share drop to IGNIS holders
- Spawn of BTC, EUR, and USD pegged child chains backed by 3rd party business entities
ICO’s are hot right now, and the choice is hard if you have money to invest. The choice is entirely up to you – supporting any chain supports Jelurida, the company that owns the IP for the above tokens.
Right now, the JLRDA tokens are for sale on the Nxt blockchain and will be automatically swapped for IGNIS tokens on the Ignis child chain when Ardor and Ignis are launched together in Q4 2017.
You need NXT to buy JLRDA. The most secure and the recommended way to buy JLRDA is from the IGNIS Token Sale link in the NRS Client, currently running V1.11.9.
You can use Jelurida’s online Nxt node or download and run the client locally – as light (no blockchain download) or full node. You can also use Nxt OFFLINE to create cold storage accounts to buy IGNIS.
JLRDA tokens cannot be transferred or traded until Ardor is launched – do not fall for scams.
Stay tuned for more up-to-date coverage on the ICO. We will explain in more detail about Jelurida, Ignis, Ardor, and everything else that is pertinent to this ICO. We won’t give trading advice.
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This article is for educational purposes only. It is advisable never to invest more than you can afford to lose.
Managed the development and implementation of Nxt's visual brand in 2014, with web design bureau Ideenfrische.
Issued the NXTP asset in 2014, a profit sharing asset given to early contributors to Nxter.org that helped turn the site into a magazine, publishing news and articles in several languages, and running faucets, contests and social media campaigns for Nxt. ESMA based a report on Nxter.org's coverage of the Nxt AE in 2015.
Arthur is still one of the driving forces behind Nxter.org. He compiled the acclaimed book about Nxt 'SNAPSHOT', which got published in early 2017.
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