- Ledger added that Cardano app users would be able to sign smart contracts.
- Cardano creator Charles Hoskinson praised the French crypto hardware wallet maker.
New capabilities for the Cardano ecosystem have been added to the Ledger Cardano (ADA) App, which is a famous cryptocurrency hardware supplier. Upgraded to version 4.0.0, the Cardano app now offers smart contract capabilities.
Announcing that the Cardano app for Ledger wallets is now compatible with Cardano-powered smart contracts in its version 4.0.0, Cardano creator Charles Hoskinson praised French crypto hardware wallet maker Ledger on Tuesday (April 26).
Eric Larcheveque, Nicolas Bacca, Joel Pobeda, and Thomas France launched Ledger in Paris in 2014. Ledger Nano X, Ledger Nano S, and Ledger Nano S Plus are the company’s three current cryptocurrency hardware wallets. To the joy of the Cardano community, Ledger’s support staff announced that the Ledger Live app is now working on providing full support for Cardano.
Smart Contracts Feature
On September 12, 2021, the Ledger Cardano app received a smart contract upgrade; however, it has not yet been implemented. Ledger had to upgrade the ADA app to include the newest Cardano functionality to provide consumers with the exposure they needed.
Ledger added that Cardano app users would be able to sign smart contracts and execute other functions due to the update. However, ledger Cardano app users must first upgrade their Ledger wallet firmware and install the Ledger Live App on their smartphone before continuing with the current version. The YoROI and AdaLite decentralized apps of Cardano will be accessible to users who have completed the Cardano app upgrade.