Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson Announces New Wallet Backend Release

Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson just dropped an important message on his Twitter account.

It’s about a new wallet backend release, and you can check it out below.

The official notes say: “This release is a step towards supporting multi-signature script addresses. It contains several fixes to reduce false negatives in our test suite so that we can work faster. The codebase is being prepared for the multi-asset Cardano era.”

Also, check out the new features below:

“Add CLI option for setting transaction TTL #2267
Allow deleting expired transactions from the API #2262
Allow creating multi-signature script addresses using the POST /v2/addresses endpoint #2253 #2318
BREAKING-CHANGE GET /wallets/{walletId}/keys/{role}/{index} now returns naked public keys (without chain code).
Update Cardano-addresses to 3.1.0 as part of the ongoing work to support multi-signature script addresses #2317.”

We recommend that you check out the original complete notes to see all the details regarding improvements, resolved issues and known issues as well.

Cardano Foundation reveals the first issue of the Community Developer Spotlight

Check out a new announcement that the Cardano Foundation dropped on Twitter.

In the original notes, the team behind Cardano said the following:

“Each month, the Foundation will be selecting a couple of interesting community-led projects to discover and share with our wider ecosystem.”

Other than this, regarding ADA’s price today, at the moment of writing this article, ADA is trading in the green, and the coin is priced at $0.108169.

ADA is up by more than 2% in the past 24 hours, and the predictions continue to be optimistic. Stay tuned for more Cardano news.

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