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IOHK Steps Up Cardano Network with Release of New Daedalus V2.2.0-ITN1


newslogical.com 26 February 2020 21:50, UTC
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The CEO of the Input and Output HK has aired his commitment to Africa to transform the continent with Cardano blockchain technology as he voyages around to meet leaders in the region.

On the hill of that, IOHK announced that it has released a new version of Daedalus, and it comes with a number of new and intriguing features that would help serve users better.

IOHK in an update said it released the newest version of the Daedalus (v2.2.0-ITN1). The cryptographic research and development company said the upgrade would help introduce transaction filtering & pending delegation changes features.

IOHK furthered that the wallet is also designed to proffer solutions to some of the long age users’ complaints. Daedalus (v2.2.0-ITN1) also helps solve the problem of wallets disappearing from the Daedalus user interface.

Cardano Releases Jormungandr 0.8.12

In a fresh statement, CEO Charles Hoskinson said Cardano has released Jormungandr 0.8.12, with details of the upgrade on Github.

Jormungandr 0.8.12 is out https://t.co/dvUz5FQAZW

— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) February 25, 2020

According to the information made available on Github, the Jormungandr 0.8.12 upgrade will help improve the speed and verbosity of the network, as well as bootstrap reliability. The loading speed from storage and the Netboot would also become better, adding some location and speed.

Also, the memory bound of the pending/approved fragments would be enhanced.


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