The parent company behind Cardano blockchain technology has announced the launch of a Daedalus version for the Cardano Shelley Haskell testnet. The lightweight Daedalus wallet version 1.0.0-STN1 was released Wednesday, June 17, to let the stake pool operator enjoy better testing as it is the first wallet compatible Shelly Haskell testnet.
A number of stake pool operators have begun testing the new release, dropping their comments about the development and how it performed. Many seem to be excited about the update. A stake pool operator that claims to be dedicated to making infrastructure a competitive advantage for Cardano, on Twitter noted that he has completed the testing of the Cardano Daedalus Shelley Haskell Testnet.
He, Adaizen, said that the test of the new update was flawless. Commenting on the development based on the test he ran, Adaizen said the core node of the Cardano Shelley Haskell producer sips memory. “Two relays or sixteen,” Adaizen added, saying the Shelley Haskell is such a beautiful work achieved by the team behind the blockchain technology.
The stake pool operator explained that the Shelley Haskell producer acts like memory is optional, and he got recognition from Charles Hoskinson for his comment.
Adaizen praised the CEO of IOHK and the entire Cardano team for the great work, adding that the update has “Producer, core, with 16 peers, relays” features.
As an acknowledgment for the praises and description of the project, Charles Hoskinson retweeted the statement.
Adaizen seems to be an ardent lover of Cardano blockchain project. He explained that the relays feature is a common one in the Cardano Shelley Haskell block producer.
First Version of Daedalus Allows Stake Pool Operators Test Wallet Functionality
After the announcement of the Daedalus 1.0.0-STN1, IOHK observed that the first version of Daedalus will let ADA holders ultimately use the Shelley mainnet.
The Daedalus 1.0.0-STN1 grants users the opportunity to create, delete, and restore the Shelley wallets and transact on the network.
IOHK said the release is not for the general ADA holders, hence, the new version Daedalus is only available on the company’s GitHub repository. However, the upcoming updates will be made available via web download as usual.