For testing, input passphrase "1" or "0" to login.


This is a Twitter clone completely building on Ardor platform, or precisely, the Ignis child-chain of Ardor.

I (https://galeki-101.medium.com/twitter-clone-on-ardor-c30b923a6a4a) must say I'm no professional developer and only planned to learn some Ardor by doing this, but turns out got most functions done.


/tweet1 : with your Ardor and Qora full node running locally.
/tweet2 is for testing without Ardor client running locally, using passphrase "1" and "0", via Ardor full node http://ipsg.ddns.net:27876 (HTML source code line 590 var _node_url =). HTTP IS NOT HTTPS AND NOT SECURE FOR PASSPHRASE PROTECTION.
/tweet3(This website) is via Ardor https full node : https://ardor.blockfrikis.com:27876 (HTML source code line 590 var _node_url =). Ardor running locally still the best.

GPS child-chain of Ardor version : /tweet4

Works under Chrome 67 and Firefox 61, not with Edge and IE.

You must have a Ardor account which you can login with your passphrase, and some Ignis coins for tweeting or following.

At the rate when this app is writing(July 20,2018), sending a tweet cost around 0.0025 USD (0.025 Ignis) and following cost around 0.025 USD (0.25 Ignis).

How it works

This 'Ardor Tweet' only follows some simple Protocols:

  • Every Ardor account is a Tweet account.
  • The name of Ardor account is the Username of the Tweet account.
  • Every Unencrypted message sending to account itself is a Public Tweet.
  • Every Unencrypted message sending to other account is a Public @-Reply.
  • Every Encrypted message sending to other account is a Direct Message.
  • Setting a property naming 'following' to other account means you are Following him/her.

This app is just a implementation of those protocols.

Actually you don't have to use this, every implementation of those protocols can work perfectly with each other. And you can even do all those things within Message section of the official Ardor client.

More features?

This app using only basic Ardor API calls and without designing any data structure of my own, and all messages are plain text.

Simply sending a designed custom json object instead of plain text will open a whole new gate for new features.

Just leave the idea. :p