Jelurida Establishes Ardor Learning Hub and Online Hackathon with Prizes
The Ardor blockchain-as-a-service platform recently announced the Dominium real estate project as its 4th ‘child’ blockchain network. Now, Jelurida has introduced the Ardor Learning Hub, a resource center for all concerning the Ardor platform. The objective of the hub is to convince companies on how the implementation of blockchain technology can benefit their businesses. Besides the hub, Jelurida is also seeking to recruit additional developers and increase its business partners.
JUST IN! Today, Jelurida Launches Ardor Learning Hub and Lightweight Contracts Competition With US$21,000 in Prizes to Spur Business Integration With the #Ardor Platform. https://t.co/Ip2KqJmM3E Thanks @YahooFinance to pick this up! #ArdorHackathon #LightweightContracts pic.twitter.com/0LQbcuhQtn
— Ardor Platform (@ArdorPlatform) October 22, 2018
Ardor Online Hackathon 2018
This year’s edition of the Ardor Online Hackathon stated on October 22 and is expected to conclude on December 6. The competition is open to developers across the world who are required to use lightweight contracts to automate business transactions on the blockchain network.
Some of the challenges in the hackathon include developing solutions for exchange platforms, data storage, identity verification, and so on. The top three participants in each challenge will get $4,000, $2,000 and $1,000 respectively as the prize money. To register and get more details on the hackathon, developers are encouraged to visit the official website of Jelurida.
Features Of Ardor 2.1.2
Earlier this month, Jelurida launched Ardor version 2.1.2. The update introduced seamless lightweight contracts that avert expensive data migration on the Testnet. On the mainnet, version 2.1.2 brought three new functionalities, including foolproof truncation vouchers that mitigate fraud, instant conversion of crypto using Changelly within the Ardor platform and five templates for reducing transaction fees on the blockchain while catering for end-user fees.