Opera is taking one step towards the Web 3.0 revolution with the launch of the so-called "Crypto Browser Project," which is currently available for PC, Mac and mobile phones. According to the official blog post, the Chromium-based browser is designed to work with a "variety of decentralized apps."
The browser has a built-in non-custodial cryptocurrency wallet with the support of ETH, ERC-20, ERC-721, and ERC-1155 tokens.
Users will also be able to test an additional feature of a secure clipboard that allows them to safely copy and paste data. Developers say they plan to add more products in the foreseeable future, including Layer 2 support.
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Opera's work in the blockchain space started in 2018 when the company launched the world’s first browser with a built-in crypto wallet. Since then, the namesake company announced partnerships with multiple blockchain networks, including Handshake, NEAR, Polygon and Solana.