The Daedalus 5.2.0 Mainnet is now released. A single-asset full-node cryptocurrency wallet, Daedalus is an open-source secured, and non-custodial desktop-only solution. The latest mainnet release supports Cardano node version 1.35.4 and Cardano wallet version 2022.12.14. This Daedalus 5.2.0 Mainnet release in question is also an update to the Project Catalyst API URL to direct to a fresh URL.
Apart from that, Daedalus 5.2.0 Mainnet update also adds Byron wallet tracking features, it also aggregates identical RAM sizes to simplify data analysis. Sharing the release update, Input Output (IO) Global tweeted:
Incumbent users would receive an update prompt in the Daedalus newsfeed app. New Daedalus users can download the new release from the official website, tweets IO Global. Daedalus also shared Daedalus 5.2.0’s full release details tweeting:
Check full release notes here:https://t.co/GeLXXHTK37— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) January 16, 2023
⚠️ And please remember: #Daedalus is a full-node wallet for desktop ONLY. If you see a 'mobile Daedalus' – it will be a scam trying to steal your seed phrase and your $ADA!
The 5.1.0 update of the Daedalus wallet, released in October 2022, reportedly included hardware wallet integration updates. It brought an updated LedgerJS package with the Ledger Cardano App 5.0.0. and Babbage support, plus Trezor Connect update to version 9.
The Daedalus cryptocurrency wallet offers earning via staking functionality, supporting multiple desktop (MacOS, Linux, Windows) platforms. A mobile version of the Daedalus cryptocurrency wallet is not available. Fiat onramp to buy assets on the Daedalus wallet is also missing. Support on Daedalus is available only for Cardano’s native ADA token.
The Daedalus wallet does not ask its users to complete a KYC or know your customer formality to maintain anonymity. A 2 ADA refundable deposit is required to register a staking address for those wanting to stake their ADA on the Daedalus wallet.