Best thoughts. And some weird ones.
The Perfect Being
There is quite a big difference between a person and a picture. So far, I’ve pitched ideas about Wen Gods characters and map and the game world. But… In order for us to realize the fact that characters in Wen Gods can have feelings and lore as strong as yours and mine, we have to …
Oh Land of the Lost
It’s not that I don’t like post-apocalyptic worlds, cyberpunk, epic steampunk adventures, grand battles in space, underwater cities or superhero games. It’s not that. And when I write screenplays I most often write realism, present or historical, but realistic. It’s just…. Well, look at this, godjammit: I spend at least 1 hour every day, all …
First Ideas for a Bigger World
I try to get small and simple ideas. A blog. A cold wallet client. A book. An auth-app. And I do get them. Small simple ideas. …and then they grow. In November-December 2021 I wanted to spread some positive vibes, show a few Ignis features in a fun way, and test – can we make …
Start The Engine
We’re starting an experiment. How can I call it anything else? An online game. Text-based, multiplayer. It can be played directly in Discord. In fact, we’re not just making a game but a new game engine. It will use Ardor accounts for player IDs, the SIGBRO app, and it implements different Ardor features. WHY this …
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New GUI proposal for Ardor’s Decentralized Exchange
One of history’s first stable unregulated DEX’s hit the crypto sphere in March 2014. It was built into the Nxt blockchain and was an instant success. It was easy to issue asset tokens on Nxt, so the “AE” soon gave birth to various projects, from community meme-coins to crowdfunding campaigns for Waves-founder Sasha Ivanov and …
A new Internet Layer on the Decentralized Ardor Data Cloud
This next Ardor Community Hackathon entry in the series comes in the form of a Chrome/Brave browser extension that adds a new censorship resistant layer to websites on the existing internet. It won 2nd prize and was submitted by Patoshi from xCubicle. Nothing stops someone from dropping a $10 note at the bench at a …
Ardor Gifts – depositing and redeeming crypto with a code
I’ll kick off this cavalcade of Ardor Community Hackathon 2020 winning submissions with an entry from the hackathon organizer himself, Mrv777. I’ll cover the winning hackathon projects in casual order to keep some excitement about what’s next in this walk-through of powerful Ardor apps and design entries, and remember: it’s all open source. The short …
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