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Cardano’s Yoroi Wallet Announces the Release of Yoroi Extension v2.3.0 with Improvements

In a development made available by Cardano’s Yoroi Wallet, a new version of Yoroi Extension is now available. According to Yoroi Wallet, this new version (2.3.0) comes with necessary improvements and new features to enhance better results in the ongoing stake pool.

The announcement of the newly released version was made via 5 consecutive tweets on 7th January 2019 by Yoroi Wallet.

“Yoroi extension v2.3.0 was just released and it contains some UI improvements and some new features so let’s go through them one-by-one”, Yoroi Wallet shared.

Description of the Improvement in the New Version

According to the second tweet, with the new version of Yoroi Extension, users with ADA on a hardware wallet during the snapshot can now extract their funds from the wallet to their Shelley wallet. The report warned the users with little or no knowledge about the security implications of the process.

“Hardware wallets are not supported for Shelley yet, but if you had ADA on a hardware wallet during the snapshot you can now extract funds from the wallet and send them to your current Shelley wallet We don’t recommend this for users who don’t understand the security implications”

Going by the second tweet, Yoroi Wallet shared that users “…can now click on the pool id in the delegation dashboard to see the pool in an explorer.”

In the fourth tweet, Yoroi Wallet said, “Some users have trouble finding why they aren’t getting rewards. We now outline some of the most common reasons in the UI”

The last tweet regarding the new version of Yoroi Extension says, “If you are using a ratio stake delegation to delegate to multiple stake pools, you can now see them all in the Yoroi UI. This feature is for advanced users currently and you can see a thread by Nicolas Di Prima.”

For advanced users, you can see Nicolas Di Prima’s thread here.

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