After rolling out the Daedalus Flight as a test environment for ADA token holder, the CEO of Input Output HK (IOHK), Charles Hoskinson, has just dropped a new update on the Cardano Byron Reboot, revealing a possible date for the final release of the much-expected feature.
He said the team has got great news for windows users downloading Daedalus Flight Candidate 4.
“We starting to get to the performance level,” Hoskinson revealed in a video, adding that all things being equal, the team would likely cut the final release for Byron reboot for regular Daedalus. Hence, the team will take all flight changes and move it to the mainnet wallet by next week for the three popular operating systems Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Also, the Cofounder of Ethereum Charles Hoskinson urged users to upgrade their wallets on the official website daedaluswallet.io. Hoskinson however, said by next week, the team would release the final Byron reboot, adding that the listing library for Cardano has been completed, and Binance is already committed to moving to Byron reboot and will begin the integration work next week.
“Byron reboot is looking great, it is better than overwhelming success, getting 4 Daedalus flight out in 17 days,” Hoskinson averred, positing that next week, the last part of the mainnet would be rolled out.
He said Cardano is now fully in the Byron reboot era and the team would soon be rolling out the Shelley testnet. He said a lot of good things are underway for the blockchain.
Hoskinson clarified that the finalization of the last phase of Daedalus would be done next week. Compared to Daedalus FC1 and FC2, the CEO said they’ve got numerous great feedbacks from windows users, praising the team for achieving four developments in 17 days.
The co-founder of Cardano said in the future, they are going to roll out some intriguing features like managing a ledger device with the Daedalus and some other new stuff for people’s wallets.
Hoskinson also said that by next week, people would be able to use the graphQL API for Cardano, and next month, a new presentation would be out on how to use the graphQL library.
Hoskinson said the team is also making great progress with the explorer, a great target for the Shelley release.