The recent update to the Cardano Lace Wallet demonstrates how conscientious Input Output Global is about improving the wallet’s user experience.
A recent upgrade to Input Output Global’s (IOG) weekly development update has brought about changes to Lace, the Cardano lite wallet.
An improvement to the multi-staking functionality is one of the exciting new features of Lace’s most recent release, version 1.7. It also includes additional options to lessen drift and improve insights regarding saturation and retirement of the staking pool.
Notably, the Cardano Lace wallet team is committed to regularly providing sensible product improvements. The Lace Wallet has seen several updates in the months after its inception, which have added to its present makeover.
A number of fixes, such as “semi-automatic collateral setup for CIP-30, refactored complex areas of code, increased end-to-end test automation coverage, and started looking closer into CIP-95 ahead of work related to Voltaire,” were made for the incredibly useful and user-friendly Web3.0 wallet.
The Lace team also updated the wallet’s UI for network switching in an effort to improve user experience. Similarly, the group used HD wallets to perform load tests on the backend.
The Lace wallet received additional updates after around a month, but bug fixes and refinement were the main priorities this time. The decentralized light wallet has undergone more upgrades, such as enhancing the serialization library within the cardano-js-sdk.
Additionally, concerns about the Lace platform’s interface with ledger devices and Decentralized Applications (DApps) were resolved, along with collateral settings.
Additional Improvements on Cardano
The Marlowe team’s enhancement of the FindTxsFor operation’s and the chain indexer’s performance is another update in the weekly development report, beyond Lace Wallet.
The Marlowe team has “tested the vesting DApp prototype, published the token plan README, and tested the Marlowe Runner functionality, along with adding pertinent links to the explorer and Playground,” according to the report’s further details.
The goal of all of these is to improve the protocol’s functionality. In addition, the team behind Hydra, the main scaling solution, has presented and led a workshop at the Cardano Summit and posted their October report.
Cardano is one of the most stable blockchain networks available, having logged 74.8 million transactions in the last week alone.