The Opera Web3 browser
The launch of a new Opera browser with built-in cryptocurrency wallet has been announced by Opera and is now available to the crypto industry. This version will, however, not be available for desktop users.
The Opera browser launch, also known as the Reborn 3 is officially available to various applications that will be dedicated to the platform. These applications will be running on operating systems like Windows, Linux and the Mac.
According to an announcement coming from Opera, its browser will make it possible for users to interact with upcoming
This built-in wallet will be allowing users to transact without the requirement of any extensions like the Metamask applications.
This is expected to be at its maximum security capability alongside, maximum efficiency. This new Reborn 3 browser will also be one of the most well-synchronised browsers with the Opera mobile Android browser which was launched last year.
According to reports coming from a Norwegian based company:
“This means wallet keys never leave the user’s smartphones. In practice, whenever they need to identify themselves to a web3 website or sign a transaction on the blockchain, users get a notification on their smartphone. They can confirm it is the same way they unlock their system, using, for example, facial recognition or their fingerprint the company confirmed.”
The company is also planning on adding the built-in crypto wallet features to other kinds of platforms, such as its Opera Touch for the iOS browser.
Web3 will be one of the most exciting developments for the internet as the company also plans to develop the Android web3 browser. The browser currently supports ether and Ethereum tokens and will support familiar cryptos like CryptoKitties.
Opera has been very involved in the crypto space and has partnered with crypto exchanges like Safello to facilitate the direct buying of Ether allow from its browser-based wallet.
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