Ardor (ARDR) price, chart, coin profile and news

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- $0.01 ( - 6.77%)

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What is Ardor?

Ardor is a blockchain designed specifically for business applications. Its defining feature is a uniquely flexible multiple blockchain system consisting of parent and child chains. It lets any business create and program its own blockchain solutions with a range of different functions.

Ardor’s ecosystem had 3 blockchains – Ardor, Ignis and Nxt, which has since split from the project.

Ardor and Ignis are designed to work in tandem to allow businesses to create their own customisable blockchain solutions. An organisation can create an Ardor child blockchain that comes pre-loaded with a range of features, which can be disabled as needed. It can also be easily added to through Java programming, letting developers customise the blockchain as desired.

Each child blockchain can create and use its own tokens. These might be kept inside that child blockchain for internal use only, such as if a company wants to create an employee rewards systems for internal use. It can also be pegged to fiat currencies or other tokens to give them a comparable value.

Both ARDR and IGNIS tokens are required to participate on the Ardor network. IGNIS tokens must be used as an entry-point for the Ignis child chain while ARDR tokens are used for staking, security and transactions on the protocol.

Ardor (ARDR) is the 276th largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $107,350,776. The current price of Ardor is $0.1541808, which is -6.360% lower than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.17095248 and $0.15303024 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in Australian dollars (unless otherwise noted) and accurate as of May 18, 2022 09:05 UTC.

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Ardor (ARDR) price

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Ardor at a glance

Information last updated May 18, 2022 09:05 UTC.
Coin symbol ARDR
Coin Marketcap AUD$107,350,776
Total ARDR supply 998,466,231
Circulating ARDR 998,466,231
Current price AUD$0.1541808
All time high AUD$4.2336
All time high date January 13, 2018
Notable team members Lior Yaffe, Kristina Kalcheva
Partnerships Labrys
Industry Blockchain platform
Token uses Rewards, governance
Network Ardor

Ardor price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of $0.1541808.

1 hour -0.50%
24 hours -6.36%
7 days -21.82%
14 days -40.43%
30 days -49.99%
60 days -46.06%
200 days -66.19%
1 year -63.61%

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