GeroWallet, Cardano’s first all-in-one decentralized finance (DeFI) wallet, has announced a new connectivity milestone.
The new development was shared by Cardano Daily on 6th January 2022. According to the report, the release of version 1.8.10 now allows users to connect GeroWallet to the ever-increasing list of Cardano decentralized applications (DApps).
The report added that the latest version of GeroWallet is now available for download at the Chrome Web Store, referencing the update as another milestone for the Cardano ecosystem.
Cardano Daily tweeted, “GeroWallet dApp connector is live with the latest update to version 1.8.8! You can now connect GeroWallet to an ever evolving whitelist of Cardano decentralized apps.”
.@GeroWallet dApp connector is live with the latest update to version 1.8.8!
— Cardano Daily (@cardano_daily) January 6, 2022
GeroWallet gives its users the ability to buy Cardano using fiat. It also allows users to swap, stake, and margin trade synthetic assets.
According to the GeroWallet team in the blog post captioned, users can now connect the wallet to Cardahub.io, an advanced NFT marketplace that includes tools for minting and distributing non-fungible tokens (NFT) collections.
The blog post describes Cardahub as a platform that allows users to buy and sell NFTs from popular Cardano NFT collections. It’s also described as the first service to provide decentralized, smart-contract-based minting.
Users can connect GeroWallet to Cardahub by visiting Cardahub.io and clicking “Connect” in the upper right corner. In the window that appears, users are to click the GeroWallet box. Then, select your wallet and click “Continue.”
After seeing the message that confirms your success, it implies that you are ready to use GeroWallet on Cardahub.