Ardor Projects’ Events Calendar, May 2nd week

At the end of the day, we need to go back to fundamentals. Build real products, not reliant on short term incentives, or promotions, but with intrinsic value that people use.

— Changpeng Zhao

Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Changpeng_Zhao

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  • Geoblockchain : Esri Spain’s use case on Ardor. Esri is world №1 GIS software provider. Esri Spain is building tracking solution based on Ardor blockchain.
  • Bridge Champ : Jelurida’s first application to enter the casual gaming market for proof of concept as well as profit.
  • Hotcity(https://cities.ait.ac.at/projects/hotcity/) : An Austrian project that would let citizens submit data about industrial waste heat spots for district heating, receiving tokens as reward.(Funded by Austrian Gov)
  • QualiSig : Austrian Gov’t Pilot Aims to Secure COVID-19 Communications With Blockchain Tech
  • Cycle4value(https://www.cycle4value.at) :Austrian project to encourage cycling as transportation
  • TreeCoin(https://tree-coin.io/) : An STO project aiming to reforestation.
  • MyDigiCert(Jelurida Africa) : A platform allows issuers to store certificates on the blockchain
  • Block Homes(Jelurida Africa) : Real estate tokenization investment platform that allows numerous investors to afford a joint venture in real estate investment opportunities in return for a shared profits.
  • 234 MarketPlace(Jelurida Africa) : An African blockchain based e-commerce platform
  • BlockCabs(Jelurida Africa) : A platform that enables individuals to invest or co-invest in their very own ride
  • Xendbit(https://www.xendbit.com) : A fully decentralised blockchain platform that allows users to trade safely and securely without risking customer funds.
  • Unicorn.art(https://www.unicorn.art) : An Ignis-based digital assets NFT marketplace
  • Senator(https://www.senatorproject.eu) : EU-funded Freight Logistics Project leaded by Accenture and Correos

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