Opera has finally introduced the beta version of Crypto Browser
The program is “tailored” for Web 3.0 with the appropriate interface and features
Today, 01 January, Opera officially launched open beta test of new software – Crypto Browser. The program promises to be a reliable tool for crypto traders, private investors and users interested in Web 3.0 trends.
The browser is already available completely free of charge on PC, Mac, Android and iOS platforms. The client can be downloaded from the respective software store or from the official Opera website.
Recall that the company announced its plans to expand the functionality of the browser with an eye to the Web 3.0 sphere back in 2018 year. At the same time, a built-in crypto wallet appeared in the Opera mobile client for Android.
Now, according to the press release, the project is reaching a new level. This is not just a redesign of the functionality, but independent software that is focused on Web 3.0.
According to Opera, it is the decentralization of the Internet that will become the main trend in IT development in the coming years. The new browser was created specifically for working with dApps and provides much more functionality compared to the counterpart from the developer for a wide audience.
The program uses Chromium developments to increase the speed of request processing, and also adds a “squeeze” of all the best from the company’s browser line.
In particular, the program may offer the following:
- news from the world of digital assets and IT;
- announcements of high-profile events and “drops”;
- summaries of digital asset prices, gas prices and market trends.
calendar of industry events and presentations;
educational content, including podcasts and streams;
Also, the browser allows you to create a crypto-wallet with support for a basket of major cryptocurrencies right in the program. This will allow you to purchase digital assets through a regular account “linked” to your account. When the release of the final version of the software is planned is still unknown. We previously reported that Opera and Uniswap have started working with the Polygon network.