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Ardor could fix key blockchain weaknesses — if it can get its message out

In 2013, Jelurida, the team behind open source blockchain platform NXT, ran the second ever ICO. Although not a very successful token sale, raising a mere $ 6,000, the small team managed to build and launch NXT, which has since become a stable blockchain with a large variety of features. However, aside from a couple of noteworthy names using NXT — European bank BNP Paribas and Accenture Spain — the platform hasn’t seen the adoption Jelurida had hoped for.

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