Lately, Cardano (ADA) has been onto many developments including the launch of the test network, future plans, wallet updates, international tours, conferencing and so much more. The Cardano team has performed continuous updates, among which the Daedalus Wallet, KEVM test network, smart contracts, programming languages and Virtual Machines are included.
Cardano (ADA) team has worked primarily on the wallet management, the greatest of them being React 16, that demands many modifications in Daedalus’ code base. They unveiled recently the introduction of paper wallets and Cardano 1.2.0 that is a more reliable and secure way to keep ADAs.
Server-side security testing
Cardano (ADA) team kept on working on the introduction of server-side transport layer security testing whilst the Cardano s1 project has fused. The Daedalus installers are yet to be installed, as the staff is continuing to work on it.
The other features of Daedalus Wallet has been either improved or updated. Additionally, the team works on the transition of the older data to the new layer.
KEVM test network
Cardano devs also The team made a successful rollout of the KEVM test network as they prepared thoroughly for the event over the past week. Their work on the IELE network is continuing, as they have been testing a new way to execute standalone versions of Daedalus on the same PC, be it Windows, macOS or Linux.
If necessary, both the main net and the test net could be run concurrently on the same computer with no breakdowns.
Even more, another contender for Cardano 1.2 and Daedalus 0.10 was unveiled by the DevOps and further intends to offer this as an update to the primary blockchain on Monday.
The fundamental and most important stage of the inquiry needed to reach the goal set by the Cardano (ADA) team lies almost at the far-end of the work.
Programming Languages and Virtual Machines
The Virtual Machines are structured using both official language and the K framework. Some insights have been cast into the impromptu Haskell-based smart contract programming language, which is mainly centered on tackling the present inadequacies of smart contract scripting.
The core language development and the associated library, as well as the kernel specs, are underway, and these represent an essential part of the development process.
On the other, hand, the Cardano (ADA) crypto coin is settled on the 7th place in the cryptocurrencies market, with a market cap of about $5.8 billion.
At the moment of this writing, Cardano (ADA) is traded at $0.22.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.