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Cardano’s IOG Releases First Ever Multi-Asset Daedalus Wallet Ahead of Mary Protocol Upgrade

As Cardano community counts down to Mary protocol upgrade, IOG, the software company behind development of the smart contract platform, has recently announced the release of the first-ever multi asset Daedalus wallet.

The software firm shared this new development with the community via its official Twitter handle a few hours ago. According to the report, for now, the wallet is only available on the Cardano public testnet.

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The report added that the wallet comes with multi-asset support, which is expected to enable developers and SPOs to test the function designed to send and receive native tokens alongside Cardano (ADA).

IOG tweeted, “The ‘Mary’ native token Cardano HFC event is now less than 24hrs away. And we’re very happy to report that we have just released our first ever multi-asset Daedalus wallet!!”

“Released to the Cardano public testnet only – just for now – Daedalus 4.0.0-RC1 offers multi-asset support, enabling devs and SPOs to test sending and receiving native tokens alongside ADA within a brand new interface and UI.”

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Additionally, the software firm stated that in a few hours’ time, a Daedalus Flight wallet will be released almost at the same with the Mary hard fork. The wallet will be fully released for everyone after the user experience is properly tested:

“Tomorrow evening UTC we’ll release a Daedalus Flight wallet, timed with the Mary hard fork. Then, after final user experience testing with our community of power users (and any last UI tweaks) and we’ll do final integrations and release a full Daedalus for everyone! Onwards!”


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