Oyster to Release Mainnet in April 2018

Oyster will release the Mainnet in April 2018 including refinement of the software, the addition of the Distributed Reputation System and more
28 March 2018   1597

Oyster is a protocol for storing data on the IOTA Tangle, which lays the foundations for the next decentralized web. Oyster distinguishes itself from other projects by having a fully specified protocol definition in the whitepaper, and engages development within the ethics of decentralization.

According to the roadmap of Oyster, it will release the Mainnet in April 2018, including refinement of the software, the addition of the Distributed Reputation System, aiming to make Oyster fully functioning and available for use with the integration of the Oyster Contract.

It is worth noting that in February 2018 Oyster has already released the Testnet with Protocol logic concerning Web Node operation in Alpha status. In the future, Oyster plans to let the users write and execute Decentralized JavaScript applications on the Oyster Network.

At the moment of press, these are main market parameters of Oyster:

Average price: $1,05
Marketcap: $75 160 951
24h volume: $745 534

Ledger Team to Find Issue in New Nano S Software

Last update's security improvements have affected the amount of device memory
15 February 2019   114

Ledger hardware wallet developers stated that an unforeseen problem was found in software version 1.5.5 for the Nano S model. Improvements in the security context have affected the amount of device memory.

When planning for this update we didn’t anticipate the impact it would have on Ledger Nano S capacity. This was not planned obsolescence, simply put, we messed up. We apologize and we’re committed to making it right.

Ledger Team

The project team apologized for the incident and promised to fix the problem during the second quarter of 2019.

The project also announced the addition of Nano S support in the Ledger Live mobile app on Android.

Earlier, researchers at Wallet.fail discovered a number of vulnerabilities in the Trezor and Ledger hardware cryptocurrency wallets. As a result, they were able to conduct a series of successful attacks on wallets during the Chaos Communication Congress in Leipzig.