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Ardor vs. the Competition, Pt. 1: Lisk

By segfaultsteve | 05/09/2017 | 1 Comment

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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Thoughts about hard forks

By Riker | 17/01/2016 | 0 Comments

The Nxt core development team as well as the Nxt community are eagerly awaiting the Nxt 1.7 hardfork, which will unleash new Nxt core features. Meanwhile, the long time Bitcoin supporter and developer Mike Hearn has caused open chaos in the media and inside the Bitcoin world, leaving the Bitcoin dev team and not only slamming the …

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The regulatory process: if you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu

By Robert Bold | 29/11/2015 | 0 Comments

On 22 April 2015 The European Securities and Markets Authority (‘ESMA’)1, the equivalent of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, issued a call for evidence regarding ‘Investment using virtual currency or distributed ledger technology’. Nxt is the example of the digital currency platform ESMA used in its ‘call for evidence’ to illustrate how distributed ledger …

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Egyptianomics, or what the Joseph story has to teach Nxters

By Cassius | 18/05/2015 | 1 Comment

It’s a classic tale of sibling rivalry, betrayal and rags to riches, set in the 18th century BC to a rousing soundtrack of show tunes. But the best-known versions of the Joseph story gloss over his shrewd handling of the famine and some of the more dubious details of his management of the Egyptian economy. …

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