Opera launches its beta version of crypto Web3 brower

Opera launched its beta version of the crypto Brower wallet to support Metaverse, Web3, and decentralized internet browsing features. 

Opera is a popular internet browser platform. In the last few years, Opera showed huge interest in the crypto and blockchain industry to show its inclination to support Web3 initiatives to make the internet more decentralized. 

On 19 January, the official Twitter account of Opera informed its followers that Opera launched its Crypto Browser. Right now people can use it but here it should be noticed that the current launch is still in the Beta phase. 

Tweet by Opera confirmed that the Opera browser is available to use at every platform windows, iOS, and Android users. 

Jorgen Arnesen, EVP Mobile at Opera, stated on the launching of a new crypto browser by Opera and he said that it is the goal of Opera to help this crypto industry with the support of Web3. 

Jorgen added:

“Opera’s Crypto Browser Project promises a simpler, faster, more private Web3 experience for users. It simplifies the Web3 user experience that is often bewildering for mainstream users. Opera believes Web3 has to be easy to use for the decentralized web to reach its full potential.”

As per available details, Opera will support its tool to block ads blocker & trackers to bring more privacy to the users. And also users can use Ethereum’s non-custodial wallet directly. In the future Opera will add more wallets like Polygon, Solana, etc. 

The current introduction of the Crypto browser by Opera is aimed to bring the whole crypto inclined ecosystem closer to the crypto users. It will fully support the NFTs and gaming DApps, as well as Telegram and Twitter support. 

Earlier this, Opera announced the integration of Solana and Ethereum Dapps so that users can get access to the common flagship blockchain ecosystem easily.

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