Jelurida’s Weekly Wins – March 22, 2019

Ardor one of the first projects listed by ICE

Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, announced they have added just 58 digital currencies to their cryptocurrency data feed – and Ardor was at the top of the list.

Multi-signature accounts just got easier

Features don’t matter if they have no real world value. On the Ardor platform, the composite phased transactions are one of the most under-utilized functions. A new guide on the Ardor Learning Hub makes the feature real with an example of how to emulate a multi-signature account on child chains.

Jelurida to sponsor NYC meetup on April 17th

Jelurida will be sponsoring the first NYC event by the Blockchain for Business – Philadelphia and New York meetup group on April 17th at The Brooklyneer in Manhattan. The event will begin just after the IMN Synchronize DLT for Financial Institutions Conference. Attendees will participate in an overview of blockchain as a service technologies and use cases, followed by Q&A and networking sessions.

Ardor at Grupo Planeta Innovation Workshop

Grupo Planeta invited Jelurida’s Veronica Torras to their recent Innovation Workshop to provide an introduction to blockchain technologies. The event was an excellent opportunity to show off some of Ardor’s unmatched functionalities that make it an ideal solution for businesses.

ICYMI: Product Roadmaps Updated

Last week, Jelurida released updated product roadmaps for Ardor, Ignis, and Nxt. For those interested in a more visual roadmap, community member Madfox put together a nice video.

Video by https://twitter.com/madfox1234

This 'Weekly Wins' update was first published on https://www.jelurida.com.

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