The super-thin and ultra-light digital screens represent the core of the palpable side of the Ledder Network. To be more precise, one such screen weights around 150 kg and has a thickness of 10 mm that goes beyond comparison with the standard generously proportioned digital billboards. Digital Blade screens are universally applicable and interchangeable since they are wireless and fully compatible with most LED modules. Thanks to the use of fine magnetic locks called FilmMagnetfix, these screens can be placed effortlessly on any appropriate surfaces - road banners and conventional billboards, among other things. Digital Blade doesn’t require an external electricity supply because they are powered by the in-built solar panels, thus making each screen fully autonomous.
April 22, 2021
The initial technological solution offered by Ledder is viable and doesn't have any opacities. However, this ostensibly groundbreaking innovation might stumble upon the issue of scalability, once their screen technology hits the market. Given that this platform has been incorporated with the Ethereum blockchain, which itself faces the scalability problem, it can seriously hamper the further development of Ledder. Besides, it would be interesting to see whether the US-China war will affect this project since, as far as I understood, it plans to carry out its operations in China.
March 30, 2021
The architecture of Ledder platform is made of three levels: the interface level is comprised of the multitude of nodes that handle the communication and computation load and exercise the function of a gateway to other two levels, which constitute the blockchain framework; the computing level is also made of nodes, which include blockchain registers, situated in data centers of Google, Amazon and such.
March 8, 2021
I don't intend to invest in Ledder because the minimum investment threshold that they had set is too damn steep for a project that has apparently flopped. I claim that Ledder is most likely to have failed because it has totally disappeared from the informational horizon. Their last tweet dates back to July 3, and Ledder's official website has been inaccessible for quite some time now. This begs the conclusion that the Ledder team decided to pull out even before the official ICO ran its course.
February 9, 2021
Does anyone know why Ledder has shut down its website? Did the company seize its operations? I would very much like to know because I have an investment opportunity brewing up that would be beneficial to both me and Ledder. I tried to contact the founding members via LinkedIn, but so far didn’t get any reply. It would be a pity if this project had indeed gone bust. With the right investment plan, it could have greatly improved the advertising industry.
Sippy Jabba Wimbbly
August 14, 2020
Why would you even consider investing in a coin with such limited use? Just curious. Looks like a bullshit investment considering the very specific use for this product and coin.
February 2, 2020
It warms my heart to see that Ledder is moving nowhere with its token sale. Not that I have something against this team and their solution, it is just that I can't stand the fact that modern advertising is becoming more and more aggressive, intrusive, and all-encompassing. Soon they will find a way to incorporate ads in our dreams. Anyway, I wouldn't want to see more "hugenormous" ad boards across my city, whether they were produced by Ledder or someone else.
January 18, 2020
The Ledder website is down - could anyone please tell me whether they have migrated to another platform? I genuinely liked their engineering concept and products, so I can't understand what could have happened to a seemingly strong startup. I even recommended Ledder to other fellow investors who can afford to give 10 grand without a second thought. But now I am confused because a serious team wouldn't disappear without a trace.
October 5, 2019
Setting the minimum investment threshold so high (at $10,000) is a crucial mistake made by Ledder in their fundraising strategy. It can be explained from the logical point of view: the development and the launch of mass production of Ledder's tech solutions in an expensive ordeal, but in practicality, the team has placed itself in full dependance from large investors and manufacturers. It remains to be seen whether such an approach would work out in reaching at least a softcap.
July 29, 2019
I can totally relate to the notion that the outdoor advertisement is becoming increasingly annoying, but there is no use in denying the fact that this particular sector of the economy has been striving for several decades. Obviously, Ledder offers a very technologically advanced solution that can make this team a fortune, should they be smart enough to strike a deal with a big manufacturer. Judging from the fact that they have set a very high minimum purchase limit, Ledder is not particularly interested in small private investors. That is understandable, but this approach might also do them a disservice.
July 9, 2019
As much as I hate the outdoor advertising, which is polluting all major cities, I am forced to admit that Ledder certainly presents an idea that is worthy of investment. If I were an owner of the factory that manufactures ad screens, Ledder would definitely become my primary target for establishing a partnership deal. I am not particularly tech-savvy, but I know a great engineer who had read the Ledder’s whitepaper and technical documentation and assured me that they have one of the most elegant and sophisticated solutions around. So, Ledder gets A+ from both of us.
June 13, 2019
I have been monitoring many promising ICOs for several years now, and I have to say, rarely did I come across such a well thought-out and technologically sophisticated project like Ledder. I am not a big fan of the advertisement industry, but there is no denying the fact that it is developing in leaps and bounds. If these guys find a way to sell this idea to big manufacturers of ad screens, they can get stupendously rich. And I would love to become an investor, but, come on, the minimum investment of 10 grand is really steep. I really hope that they would lower it during the later stages of the token sale.
May 27, 2019
Ledder is definitely one of the most interesting blockchain projects of late. The offered technology and blockchain solution can be a game changer, given that they will be able to properly sell this idea to the manufacturers and the behemoths of the advertising industry.
April 10, 2019
But there is one turnoff, which is that the project seems to orientate itself only on big investors, disregarding the mid-scale ones. I mean, a $10 thousand minimum purchase...that’s an impassable barrier for a lot of businesses.
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