According to IOG formerly IOHK, a new Daedalus wallet with Mary mainnet deployment-ready features has been released.
According to the software company led by Charles Hoskinson, this new version is the most significant update of the wallet since inception, due to the fact that it’s packed with fresh features for the users of Cardano (ADA).
IOG tweeted, ”NEW DAEDALUS: Fresh out now, Daedalus 3.3.0 is our most significant update yet, packed full of fresh features for Cardano $ADA!”
— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) February 17, 2021
Among the new features added to the newly released Daedalus 3.3.0 include inbuilt support for Cardano protocol update designed to usher in native token support for the smart contract platform.
The report also stated that the new Daedalus wallet has also made involvement in the Project Catalyst easier, coupled with the users’ ability to view their balances in fiat format or any of their choice digital currencies.
Read the details of the newly included features as shared by IOG in a series of tweets below:
“’Mary-ready’ with inbuilt support for Cardano protocol update which will bring native token support to Cardano, due for mainnet deployment end of this month.
“Project Catalyst voting registration – easier than ever to get involved; have your say on Cardano’s future!!
“Displays your wallet balance in fiat format or Crypto of your choice. Transaction details now include metadata, fee details & ADA deposits Cardano.
“Now supports configurable SMASH servers Support for Ledger devices configured with a secondary PIN.
“Import old wallets from ‘secret.key’ files of old Daedalus versions Download Daedalus today, ONLY from the official site.”
Cardano to Implement Mary Hard Fork Combinator (HFC) On March 1
Cardano (ADA) ecosystem continues to advance into phases of development to strengthen its smart contract among big competitors such as Ethereum.
The CEO of IOG, Charles Hoskinson, has set a date for the rollout of Mary Hard Fork in a recent update for the Cardano community.
According to Hoskinson, the Hard Fork Combinator (HFC) will be implemented on 1st March 2021. BeinCrypto made an exposition on the upcoming implementation.