Now the mobile browser has a built-in Ethereum wallet and is “ready for the era of Web 3.0.”
At the Hard Fork Decentralized conference, Opera Software announced the addition of support for Web 3 (the “Internet of the Future”) and Opera Crypto Wallet, the first beta version of which was introduced back in July of this year, in its mobile browser.
Opera for Android is now shipped with a built-in crypto wallet, supporting #Ethereum and #Web3. Launching today at @tnw @HardFork Decentralized! 🔥
Check it out yourself and learn more: https://t.co/HNwhMiOO6k#HardFork2018 #operacrypto #cryptoforall pic.twitter.com/dSdp1BF8Hw
— Opera (@opera) December 13, 2018
The developers claim that their mobile browser is ready for Web 3 – the conceptfor the development of Internet technologies, according to which Web 2.0 is only a technological platform, while Web 3.0 will allow to create high-quality content and services based on it.
Also, the company decided to start supporting Ethereum, since this platform has the largest and fastest growing developer community. Access to the Ethereum blockchain browser will be obtained through the infrastructure platform Infura. Declared support for ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens, as well as support for decentralized applications (Dapps). As soon as the cryptocurrency will be placed in the Opera Crypto wallet, users will have access to a variety of applications in the Dapps store located directly in the built-in wallet.