Monero (XMR)’s New GUI Lithium Luna Comes With Complete Support For Ledger
Decentralized crypto and blockchain Monero released its GUI v0.12.3.0 called Lithium Luna which provides full support for Ledger wallet.
The previous GUI version supported Ledger which allowed users to store XMR on their wallet. Ledger Nano S wallet is a Bitcoin, Ethereum and altcoins hardware wallet for storing crypto assets and that’s able to make secure digital payments.
Support for Ledger continued in the next GUI version, v0.12.3.0 and the support came with a privacy feature.
Monero also included binary files verification
The binary files verification is done by signing in Fluffypony’s GPG Key. The process is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac.
In order to use the Monero Software, users will have to verify these binaries to make sure that they are using the official Monero binary.
GPG (Gnu Privacy Guard) is a free implementation of the OpenPGP which is an email encryption program.
Monero GUI 0.12.3.0 "Lithium Luna", which includes full and direct Ledger support, released! https://t.co/fzTiKmfiE8
— Monero || #xmr (@monero) July 26, 2018
GPG includes a key management system
GPG allows users to encrypt and sign their data and it comes with a versatile key management system that supports easy access to modules for various types of public key directories.
Fluffypony’s GPG key needs less amount of data in order to facilitate transactions.
The latest release of the new version of GUI comes with a summary of all the recent updates. The time-out issue has been fixed.
This indicated that the server did not receive a complete request from the client within its allotted timeout period.
The latest GUI release also fixed a bunch of bugs such and the following:
- The freezing issue on the settings page
- User Interface [UI]/ User Experience [UX] bug which allowed the users to select the Testnet and Stagenet
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