Cardano, a product of Input Output Hong Kong [IOHK] has been stealing the spotlight for a while now with a rush of updates and a well-planned timeline setup. Multiple Test Nets, a branding for Cardano – the first ever, IOHK’s collaboration with different cryptocurrencies – ZenCash, and many more.
With so many activities, their technical report could go on for a while now.
Cardano’s highlight is their Daedalus wallet. They continued working with the React 16 upgrade which included integration of the latest React-polymorph version. All the work regarding this is completed and the code has to be reviewed and tested. There were minor issues with the recently launched paper wallet certificate PDF compatibility that prevented certificate printing on some systems, which has now been resolved.
Coming to improving the security, the team decided to disable Node.js integration in Daedalus rendering process. Storybook, a UI development environment that is used for rapid UI prototyping and inclusion of existing wallet screens to ease and make the UI development in future faster has been added with all the existing wallet screens.
Other improvements in the wallet backend, networking – communication protocols, website revamping and updates, Goguen project update, other test net updates – mainly the Shelley project have been made. Apart from this, the core of the work pertaining to the version 1 API has been completed and will be released with the version 1.3.0.
Cardano [ADA] is currently the 8th largest cryptocurrency in the world with a market cap of $5.3 billion.
Projekt, a Twitterati says:
“Awesome! Cardano on Acid!”
DCAL, a Cardano enthusiast repeats his tweet:
“I have said it many times. Will say it one more time. If you have not invested in #Cardano yet it may be one of the biggest regrets you have in #Crypto by mid 2019.”
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