Opera Launches Web3 Supported Crypto Browser for Windows, Mac and Android

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Opera Launches Web3 Supported Crypto Browser for Windows, Mac and Android

The Crypto Browser Project, Opera’s latest Web3 endeavour, is now available in beta for Windows, Mac, and Android. The browser includes a built-in cryptocurrency wallet, quick access to cryptocurrency NFT exchanges, decentralised application (dApp) functionality, and more.

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The goal, according to Jorgen Arnesen, EVP of Opera, is to “simplify the Web3 user experience, which is often befuddling for general users.”

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Opera released its first web browser with a built-in bitcoin wallet and minimal Web3 compatibility in 2018. The Crypto Browser Project’s beta release heralds the start of a new adventure for Opera. A strong product team is behind the project.

Opera’s goal is to hasten “the evolution of the next generation of the Internet.”

Another useful feature of the browser is its built-in non-custodial wallet, which supports Ethereum, Bitcoin, Celo, and Nervos blockchains. Opera has also announced a collaboration with Polygon.

The Crypto Browser Project’s main goal is to enable users to access cryptocurrency without the use of addons. Third-party wallets are permitted in the Project.

“As interest for a more decentralised Web grows, we have chosen to take an active part in influencing what the next generation of the Web looks like and how it will be accessible,” Opera wrote in an official blog post. Browsers will continue to play an important part in the decentralised internet, as evidenced by today’s beta release. Too few of today’s web browsing experiences have been designed to prioritise Web3 and make blockchain technology understandable and simple to use.

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We’ve set out to alter that with the Crypto Browser Project, and we’re inviting the blockchain community to join us on this goal starting today.”

The Crypto Browser Project, Opera’s latest Web3 endeavour, is now available in beta for Windows, Mac, and Android. The browser includes a built-in cryptocurrency wallet, quick access to cryptocurrency NFT exchanges, decentralised application (dApp) functionality, and more.

The goal, according to Jorgen Arnesen, EVP of Opera, is to “simplify the Web3 user experience, which is often befuddling for general users.”

When data is copied or pasted, a secure clipboard function ensures that other apps cannot access it.

The Crypto Browser Project’s additional support for Web3, or the blockchain-based decentralised internet, is another key feature. Web3 not only adds security and privacy through blockchain encryption, but it also gives users access to GameFi, where they may “earn as you play your way through all kinds of metaverses,” according to Opera.

The browser also has a “Crypto Corner” with the most up-to-date information that “enables you to improve your Web3 skills.” All of the “latest blockchain news, upcoming airdrops, an industry events calendar, NFTs, crypto forums, instructional content, podcasts and videos, as well as crypto prices, gas fees, and market sentiment” can be found in one place at the Crypto Corner.

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The official Opera website has a simple download for the Crypto Browser Project. The Crypto Browser is pre-loaded with the latest Web3 and Crypto websites when it is first installed and launched. In addition to Twitter, Telegram, and WhatsApp interfaces, the sidebar also includes Opera’s native Crypto Wallet.

There’s also a Crypto Pinboard icon, which takes the user to a tutorial that explains the main aspects of the browser and how to utilise them.

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