On 8 August, the Cardano (ADA) Foundation released Cardano 1.3 software update. Regarding the released update, the Cardano Foundation tweeted from their official Twitter handle, instructing users on how they can go about the update. “Windows OS users might get a User Account Control message today regarding the updated version of Cardano.”
The Release of the Updates
In the Twitter post by the Cardano Foundation, they stated that for Windows users, the User Account Control message would be displayed at Daedalus 0.11 and Cardano 1.3. Also, there is a set of instruction for those that get the update message.
The Cardano Foundation also assured users that there is no risk involved in the update. When the message for the update pops up, users that don’t want to install it are required to click ‘No,’ and this will stop the update. You can install the Daedalus 0.11 and Cardano 1.3 updates manually or it will update automatically after twenty-four hours.
In the official blog of Cardano, the Foundation provided two links for users to carry out both installation approaches.
The Trend on the Updates
Earlier this week, the founder of Cardano – Charles Hoskinson, made an announcement based on the upcoming Daedalus and Cardano 1.3 update. In the Daedalus 0.11 update, the memory usage has significantly reduced by almost 90 percent – and this is a huge success by the team.
They’ve also worked on the updates to minimize congestion through network relays – meaning more users can sync efficiently and simultaneously.
Cardano (ADA) Price Today – ADA / USD
Cardano (ADA) is presently changing hands at $0.1196 after amassing gains of about 1 percent over the past twenty-four hours. The current market cap of the digital currency is $3.10 billion and its trading volume over the past twenty-four hours is $76.95 million.