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Ledger Live Desktop: v1.2.5
ledger-live-desktop version v1.2.5 released. Features Support for more derivations (#1599) Provide a way to inform users of eventual service disruption (#1615) Add links to Terms & Privacy Policy 🐛 Bugfixes Handle gaps in sqlite accounts (#1609) Wording fixes
Introducing the Ledger Donjon
Ledger, the manufacturer of the popular hardware wallet Ledger Nano S has been working to improve the security of their products. This time, they are introducing not a device, but a group of security experts known as the Donjon. It is a small group of 8 experts in the smartcard and security industry. Their primary function is to work on improving the security of Ledger products by assessing vulnerabilities, testing and putting in place measures to check the security leakages.
WalletWasabi: v1.0.1
WalletWasabi version Wasabi v1.0.1: Small UX Tweaks released. Summary The 1.0.1 Release mostly consists of smaller fixes those came up due to the influx of mainstream users. The most notable improvements are the implementation of OSX cmd+… copy-paste related keys (it was previously working with ctrl) and fixing a bug that prevented users with non-English Linuxes to use Wasabi. Newbie Guide While setting up Wasabi is straightforward, even the Linux wizard with the longest beard can get stuck on the most basic tasks.
New Third Party Applications Available for Ledger devices

Ledger announced new third party applications available on their hardware wallets Ledger Nano S and ledger blue. This was done as part of an initiative called CryptoTuesday started in August.

Ledger welcomes Lisk, Factom, MIX Blockchain, Musicoin, GameCredits and EtherGem to the Ledger Nano S. Equally, the last four mentioned will be compatible with the Ledger Blue. These six applications have been developed by the respective communities, bringing the number of third-party developed apps to 32 since the start of the year.

CryptoTuesday is celebrated each first Tuesday of the month. For this event, we review applications compatible with our devices created by the communities of respective cryptocurrencies and publish them. We are incredibly grateful and humbled to have such active, engaged communities and enabled this monthly rendez-vous to honor that. Naturally, there are certain requirements and procedures for these submissions, which can be found on this page. Plans for upcoming application releases can be found on our Ledger overview: Internal and External developments page.

WalletWasabi: v1.0
WalletWasabi version Wasabi v1.0: Stable Release released. Summary The 1.0 Release of Wasabi is finally here. This release intentionally does not contain any feature updates, only reliability and performance improvements. Most noticeably on OSX. FAQ Where is Wasabi’s working directory located? Configuration, wallet and similar files can be found in %appdata%\WalletWasabi folder on Windows and in ~/.walletwasabi folder on Linux/OSX. Can I use my own Tor instance, instead of Wasabi’s built in one?