- The team is nearing the release of Eternl v1.11.0, a major revision of the core of Eternl.
- Small token icons now have their own local cache thanks to this update.
Eternl, a multi-platform Cardano light wallet accessible on the web via a browser extension and on mobile, is getting ready for a significant release. The Eternl team has suggested in a recent tweet that they are nearing the release of Eternl v1.11.0, a major revision of the core of Eternl. A reduced memory footprint, much quicker synchronization, and a more compact database are just a few of the enhancements and new features in this edition.
— Eternl (@eternlwallet) July 21, 2023
We're getting closer to the release of Eternl v1.11.0.
It's a complete overhaul of Eternl's core.
Smaller memory footprint, way faster syncing, smaller database, packed with new features!
You can help us test it by heading over to:https://t.co/ZbPyjjx6T5
Any feedback is… pic.twitter.com/hsgf4crgxn
The team claims that the upgrade prepares the base for Eternl v2. This would be by combining the new v2 core with the old user interface to familiarize users with the new handling or data structure.
After the release, Eternl claims it will proceed with the Eternl v2 launch in full force. In-wallet swapping for exchanging Cardano native tokens in Eternl was introduced in v1.10.0, and released in December 2022. Small token icons now have their own local cache thanks to this update.
Highly Anticipated Mainnet Launch
As the launch of Cardano’s [ADA] Mithril mainnet came close the community began anticipating the many improvements and additions that would come with it. A blog post was been released by Input Output Global that discusses the significance of the impending upgrade.
The tweet from Input Output Global hinted at an approaching launch date for Mithril. The upcoming mainnet launch is a protocol for improving the speed and efficiency of node synchronization. And, also a stake-based signature scheme.
The proof of concept for Mithril was released to the public in August 2022. In December, the team officially presented Mithril to the public. The protocol improves the time it takes for nodes to synchronize, provides security, and allows for decentralized decision-making.
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