The Norwegian multinational tech company Opera unveiled Web3 crypto internet browser project that will be available to Mac, Windows, and Android users as we can see more today in our crypto latest news.
The Opera browser announced a beta version of its new Crypto Browser project. The blog post revealed that the new initiative has built-in Web3 features with an end goal to speed up the evolution of the next generation of the Web. Opera unveiled its new crypto browser project that aims to provide more functionality than the traditional browser as intended to work with other types of decentralized apps.
The product provides access to the latest blockchain news, event calendars, airdrops, NFTs, and crypto communities as well as videos and podcasts. Users can also check gas prices, crypto prices, and market sentiment. Opera also said that it will allow access to crypto dapps directly from the browser with the help of the new native non-custodial wallet and there’s no need to install more extensions and ad blockers. The Crypto Browsers Project boasts a new clipboard that can enable users to copy and paste safely.
Opera introduced the world’s first browser that has a built-in crypto wallet back in 2018 and since then, it integrated a few blockchains like Ethereum, Celo, Nervos, and Bitcoin. The platform entered into a partnership with NEAR, Polygon, Handshake, Solana, and more. It outlined the goal is not to focus on one blockchain or token but Opera wants to integrate multiple blockchains and decentralized domain naming systems in the crypto browsers so enabling the users to decide.
Moving ahead, the browser will add more features like Layer 2 support for growing networks and due to the environmental concerns and higher transaction costs, the browser underscored the importance of the Layer 2 solutions as the industry moves from PoW to PoS networks. As a part of the efforts to boost Layer 2 adoption, Opera will integrate Polygon and will allow users to transact with MATIC. The deal also included access to dapps like Aave, SushiSwap, Balancer, and more.
Opera is a web browser that supports web 3.0 and it recently announced a browser integration with Polygon. It will offer Opera users in-browser access to another 3000 Dapps on the network. Opera revealed its most recent partnership and the browser that features a built-in crypto wallet and uses Ethereum’s web 3.0 API, allowing its users to transact into Polygon’s MATIC native token by also eliminating passwords, helping to remove barriers for entry for all newcomers.
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