• This Cardano Yoroi release is critical for NFT holders for several reasons

  • Previously, some Cardano-based non-fungible token (NFT) holders reported issues with transfers and the visibility of their digital collectibles.

    What’s new in Yoroi v4.7.300?

    According to Emurgo, the developer behind end-user solutions for the Cardano (ADA) blockchain, the new version of Yoroi light wallet fixes some previous bugs with NFTs.

    In this version, once the required amount of ADA is transferred to holders’ wallets, all Cardano-based NFTs become fully transferrable.

    In addition, all tokens stored in this or that account are now visible in the “Assets” tab. Then, in the new release, some aspects of transaction logic and UTXO design are optimized.

    At the same time, some Cardano (ADA) “NFT whales” may continue to encounter issues when sending large batches of digital collectibles. Because of transaction size limitations, such transfers should be split into separate transactions.

    Cardano (ADA) is betting on NFTs.

    While the new desktop version is already available, the mobile version will follow shortly.

    In the midst of the global NFT frenzy, digital collectibles are the focus of post-Alonzo Cardano attention (ADA). Cardano (ADA) supporters recently produced the first-ever tokens using the Plutus Core compiler.

    After the release of smart contracts, Cardano (ADA) welcomes the first NFTs. In addition, just prior to the activation of smart contract functionality, Cardano (ADA) developer Input Output Global proposed NFTA, or “non-fungible tokens of appreciation,” a new type of NFT.

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