Jelurida Blockchain SaaS Company Introduces New Ardor Version to Improve Security
Jelurida Makes Adjustments On Security, Sponsored Fees, And Plug-In
Recently, Jelurida, a blockchain software company introduced the 2.1.2 version of Ardor transaction security. The new version is easy to integrate lightweight contracts on the testnet. Other new business-ready features added on the Ardor 2.1.2 mainnet include:
- A tamper-proof dual signature transaction vouchers
- Five bundler templates which sponsor end-user fees
- Plug-in for incorporating Changellys instant exchange between more than 100 currencies
The release of Ardor 2.1.2 makes the integrating of external systems and the deployment of Oracle contracts cheaper, faster, and more secure. The two-step contract deploying procedure introduces contract lifespan management tools. These tools prevent the costly data migration process and guarantee interoperability and backward compatibility in future releases of software.
Ardors transaction vouchers introduce a process of eliminating the financial risk of transferring funds to the wrong address.
The five bundler templates in Ardor 2.1.2 enables businesses to hedge their monthly expenses while offering custom-fee structures and free transactions to the service end users.
By Incorporating the Changelly exchange, users of Ardor 2.1.2 can immediately exchange their Ethereum, Bitcoin, Ripple, and other cryptocurrencies directly to IGNIS and ARDR without leaving the Ardor interface.
Light Weight Contracts Will Improve Business Automation
Lightweight contracts are a new version of blockchain validated smart contracts that are currently available on the Ardor 2.1.2 testnet.
Lightweight contracts enhance the process of assimilating legacy systems with blockchain infrastructure by using a simple two-step process. This secure process introduces contract lifecycle management features that help avoid costly data migrations.
The addition of contract verification framework, contract manager plugin, and API callers, has helped to streamline contract development. It also allows Java developers to deploy their first lightweight contracts with a few lines of code.
The transaction vouchers available on Ardor 2.1.2 mainnet offer a supreme level of security for all financial transactions using a reliable dual signature system.
The vouchers are exclusive to the Ardor platform, and they help eliminate the problem of mistakenly sending funds to the wrong address. As we all know, such small errors in wire transfers can lead to significant losses.
All accounts on this platform have a unique passphrase for signing transactions such as digital assets, dividends, shares, and other monetary supplies. A mistake in either of the account addresses results in a failed passphrase sign off.
Free Transactions For Service End Users
The Ardor 2.1.2 provides five simple template filters that work as building blocks to create a customized end-user experience.
The bundlers allow businesses to sponsor the Ardor network transaction fees for selected users. This innovation means that the companies can hedge their expenses based on an estimated network volume, while the blockchain end users won’t have to pay any fees, thus leading to a good end user experience.
Changelly Brings Cryptocurrencies Directly To ARDR
The instant exchange plugin has made it easier to exchange cryptocurrencies between ARDR. Changelly has been a long-term provider of instant crypto exchanges since 2013 and has added Ardor to their offerings. Because of the Ardors existing decentralized exchange, between child chains and the 2.1.2 version, Jelurida continues to break the barriers that have been holding businesses back from adopting the blockchain technology.