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Opera has officially announced the launch of a browser for decentralized networks

Today, December 13, in the event the Hard Fork Decentralized in London, representatives of the company Opera Software officially announced the release of crypto-based Opera browser for Web 3.0. In addition to the integrated cryptocurrency wallet, a new browser boasts a direct to interact with decentralised apps (dApps) on the Ethereum blockchain.

The new browser, available for some time in beta, fully supports tokens, Ethereum network through standard ERC-20 and supports digital collectibles ERC-721 is used, for example, in the game CryptoKitties.

“Still to use the online cryptocurrency and access to Web 3.0 required special applications or extensions, making it difficult for people to even try them. Our new browser fixes this friction,” said Charles Hamel, a product Manager in the Mozilla Crypto.

Hamill added that the final product is almost the same beta, but the user interface was greatly modified to serve a wider audience, feedback that the developers received from their community. In the updated version, according to the Manager, using “less confusing” language, and, users installing wallet doing less steps. The company also noted that initially she chose to support Ethereum because of the large community of web developers who create applications for dApps.

Mozilla Crypto, according to their official statement, views its product as a powerful driver for a greater number of consumers and sellers, contributing to the mass deployment of cryptocurrency.

“We hope that this will accelerate the transfer of crypto-currencies from speculation and investments to be used for real payments and transactions in everyday life of our users,” added Charles Hamill.


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