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Dear Ambrosus community,
The month has come to an end. In this post, we will go over some of the key updates that happened this month, including the two latest two new upgrades. Thank you for your continuous support.
A November Overview
A recurring theme for the month of November has been the active community members following and testing updates, and discovering and flagging miscellaneous points for improvement and bugs.
Since v0.1.10 “Node Extended”, users can set a password and login for validation in the Hermes dashboard, instead of using a private key. Furthermore, per user requests, modifications were made to the Ambrosus Explorer interface. As a result, transaction filtering has been redesigned and additional features have been added, further optimizing the display of accurate transaction, bundle, and masternode data. A lot has been improved in general as we follow the roadmap — the input we receive from you, the community, helps us further streamline and polish things while we keep building. We are grateful for your efforts and continuous support.
Now, December kicks off with a new Explorer Update, version 4.0.18. In this release, the tech team fixed a bug with sorting by balance on Atlas masternodes pages, while also implementing a minor update on the disposition of sub-transactions and “+” button state on the transactions page.
The Work In Progress
The tech team would like to inform you that Ledger support for native Amber is on its way. Currently, the team is developing an application for storing native Amber in the Ledger wallet and we will release more details regarding this process down the road. Additionally we would like you to know that Amb.to is poised for a complete overhaul and upgrade. The API will be optimized, and the UI/UX will be adjusted accordingly since it’s incompatible ...
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