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    • Ardor
      Ardor (ARDR) is a blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) provider that provides the blockchain infrastructure for businesses and institutions to set up their own chains without any need to code or secure it themselves. It has a parent-child chain architecture, comprised of a single chain that is attached with multiple transactional chains, so as to reduce blockchain bloat, provide multiple transactional tokens and host interconnected ‘child chain’ blockchains. Ardor also has a built-in exchange to facilitate the easy exchange of tokens of the various chains.
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    • Bitswift (BITS)
      Bitswift (BITS) is a cryptocurrency token and operates on the Ardor platform. More information can be found at http://bitswift.io/.
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    • Ignis
      Ignis is an essential part of the Ardor platform. It is the main child chain - fully featured and permissionless for everyday transactions with low fees. All the Ardor platform transaction types and features are available on the Ignis child chain. Furthermore, account specific functions, such as setting account properties and multi-signature configurations (account control), are facilitated exclusively by Ignis but accessible across all child chains. Ignis supports out of the box advanced privacy mechanisms including coin shuffling, and encrypted messages which can be shared securely with third parties.
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    • IOTA (MIOTA)
      IOTA (IOTA) is a distributed ledger for the Internet of Things that uses a directed acyclic graph (DAG) instead of a conventional blockchain. Its quantum-proof protocol, Tangle, reportedly brings benefits like 'zero fees, infinite scalability, fast transactions, and secure data transfer'. The IOTA Tangle is a Directed Acyclic Graph which has no fees on transactions and no fixed limit on how many transactions can be confirmed per second in the network; instead, the throughput grows in conjunction with activity in the network; i.e., the more activity, the faster the network.
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    • Komodo
      Komodo describes itself as an open, composable multi-chain platform. With blockchain development roots going back to 2014, Komodo is reportedly one of the pioneers of multi-chain architecture in the blockchain space. As of Aug 2019, Komodo focuses on providing business-friendly blockchain solutions that are secure, scalable, interoperable, and adaptable. Komodo's current technology suite, the Antara framework, offers tools for end-to-end blockchain development, including a customizable, application-specific Smart Chain complete with a library of built-in modules and an open API for building blockchain-based applications.
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    • Lisk
      Lisk (LSK), founded in early 2016 by Max Kordek and Oliver Beddows and headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, is a blockchain application platform that seeks to make blockchain technology more accessible to the masses. Lisk focuses on user experience, developer support and in-depth documentations. Lisk’s SDK kit is written in JavaScript so as to allow developers to easily build blockchain applications on the Lisk blockchain and even deploy their own sidechain linked to the Lisk network. The open source Lisk blockchain platform is powered by Lisk (LSK) tokens and operates under the Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) consensus model to allow for its network to be secured by democratically elected delegates.
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    • MaxPropertyGroup (MPG)
      The Max Property Group (MPG) blockchain is a child chain on Ardor and uses the MPG token as a currency to pay for transactions on their crowdfund platform, Max Crowdfund. Transactions include, but are not limited to, listing property, creating an asset, buying/selling investments, and buying and renting out property. Max Property Group is an international property investment company that is headquartered in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. They also have offices in Germany and the United Kingdom. Its activities include property management, fund management, buying, selling, renting out of property, and running a property investment academy, Max Property Academy.
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    • NEM
      NEM (XEM), which stands for New Economy Movement, is a dual-layer blockchain that is written in Java and launched in 2015. The NEM mainnet supports multiple ledgers and has a NEM Smart Asset system, where nodes on the NEM blockchain process API calls. Its native currency is XEM, is ‘harvested’ using its POI (Proof-of-Importance) algorithm. The ‘importance’ of NEM users is determined by the number of coins they have and the number of transactions associated with their wallet. NEM also has an encrypted P2P messaging system, multisignature accounts, and an Eigentrust++ reputation system.
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    • NXT
      Nxt (NXT) uses the blockchain to create an entire ecosystem of decentralized features, all of which require the Nxt currency. Instead of modifying the original Bitcoin source code, as many altcoins have done, Nxt developers wrote their own code in Java from scratch. While Nxt is a public blockchain, licenses for private blockchains based on its software are also available for purchase. The developers refer to Nxt as Blockchain 2.0, providing numerous applications beyond simply keeping a public ledger of transactions.
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    • Triffic
      Triffic rewards you for moving about, and it requires no changes to your existing lifestyle. You can acquire GPS Tokens for routine daily tasks like walking the dog, driving to work or going shopping. With almost zero learning curve, Triffic can be used by literally anybody - from busy housewives, to keep fit fanatics and from taxi drivers to farmers. In fact, if you need to move for any reason whatsoever, then Triffic will reward your efforts.
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    • Waves
      Designed from scratch for storing, managing, and issuing digital assets, Waves (WAVES) is an open source decentralized blockchain platform that enables anyone to create their own internal digital currencies. Building on approaches implemented by NXT to make adding new transaction types possible, WAVES approaches this practice via plug-ins that do not require an update to the core software, but instead may be installed as extensions on top of it. As a result, clients not running software with these additional plug-ins may still relay custom transaction types without the need to support a mandatory hard fork of the core code.
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