Cardano is making headlines following the latest achievement. According to the new reports, it’s been revealed that the team behind smart contract platform Cardano (ADA) is unveiling a new upgrade to their proprietary crypto wallet.
According to a new video released by Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), the Daedalus wallet will now be running on Cardano Node 133. It’s important to note the fact that this significantly boosts its synchronization times and memory usage.
More than that, the update will enhance the crypto wallet’s security features.
“Daedalus 4.9.0 uses Cardano Node 133, a version that brings significant improvements in synchronization times and reduced memory usage.”
The same notes reveal this:
“On top of that, Daedalus now gives you more information about what the node is doing under the hood, particularly at startup. First, it validates the integrity of your copy of the [ADA] blockchain. Then it replaces the ledger from the last valid snapshot.”
The notes also say that the full node wallet will also see improvements to its user interface, a new search and sort feature, and an automated function for its send screen, according to update notes released by IOHK.
“Daedalus 4.9.0 improves feedback on the node syncing stages, updates the send screen, the stake pools list view, and the wallet’s menu.”
Cardano predictions for 2022
According to the latest reports, Cardano (ADA) developers say they’re focusing on improving the smart contract platform’s performance optimization and scalability in 2022.
In a new blog post, Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK) marketing and communications director Tim Harrison has an important message to send to the Cardano holders.
He told them to expect powerful improvements and enhancements to ADA through upgrades over the coming year.
“Throughout the coming weeks and months, we will be optimizing, scaling and bringing new features through new release deployments.”
Stay tuned for more juicy news.