What's new

Learn about the latest features and enhancement.

July 2020 - Version 3.2.0

Features listed in this release will progressively be rolled out to all customers. Contact your Technical Account Manager for more information.

What's new

Concurrent transaction approvals

  • You can now create multiple concurrent transaction requests per account. Thanks to an architectural redesign, you no longer have to wait for the previous transaction request to be approved to create new ones. Requests are broadcasted once they’ve received the necessary approvals and can be approved in any order.
  • When transaction requests are pending in your account, a new field will show the available balance. The available balance is computed by subtracting the value of pending transactions and max fees from the total balance. This is the amount you can spend on other transactions.
  • The transaction fees displayed when creating transaction requests are now the estimated max fees. The exact fee is calculated when the last approval is collected, but will never exceed the announced max fees. For Ethereum, ERC20 tokens, and XRP you can also define your own max fees. However, if that amount is too low the transaction will take longer to confirm.
  • For more information, see Transactions.

Native SegWit (Bech32) support

  • When creating Bitcoin accounts, you can now select whether you want to create a Legacy or Native SegWit (Bech32) account. The latter is recommended to increase transaction speed and lower transaction fees.
  • You can also now send transactions to any Segwit addresses.

Ledger Blue Enterprise update

  • Before signing in to your workspace, you’ll be prompted to update the Vault app. This new version contains improvements to the security of your device and enables concurrent transaction approvals. See Update the Ledger Blue Enterprise, for step-by-step instructions.

Improvements

  • The CSV export of your transaction data has been improved to include the creation and broadcast date for each transaction.
  • Before you were able to regenerate an existing address by selecting one from a list. From now on, you’ll have to enter the derivation path of the desired address. This enhancement will avoid having you scroll down a long list when many addresses have already been generated in an account. For more information see, Generate a receiving address.
  • Before you weren’t able to edit the account name after creation, from now on this is possible. You can do this by creating an Edit account request from the dashboard of the account. For more information, Edit an account.
  • When consolidating UTXOs, you’ll now see the total amount in USD and in the crypto asset of the account.

Limitations

  • Due to display issues on the Ledger Blue Enterprise, whitelists can now contain up to 25 addresses instead of 100 until now.
  • When editing whitelists, you will now be limited to 5 edits per request. If your whitelist requires more changes, you’ll have to create additional requests.

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