Popular cross-platform web browser Opera has unveiled its "Crypto Browser Project," which aims to give users direct access to Web 3 services across multiple networks. The beta version of the project is now available with an integrated non-custodial wallet for Windows, Mac and Android users. In a press release shared with Cryptonews.com, Opera explained that the project will allow users to easily navigate decentralized applications (dapps), crypto games and Metaverse platforms. The browser also features a crypto news and data aggregator called "Crypto Corner". which would provide gas news, prices and tariffs, and other relevant information for cryptocurrency users.
"Opera's Crypto Browser project promises a simpler, faster and more private Web 3 experience for users," said Jorgen Arnesen, EVP Mobile at Opera. quoted as saying: “It simplifies the Web 3 user experience, which is often confusing for regular users. Opera believes that for the decentralized web to reach its full potential, Web 3 must be easy to use. B-Browser has over 380 million users worldwide, thanks to its no login VPN (Virtual Private Network) and its native ad and tracker blocker. In addition, the new crypto browser aims to add more features such as direct access to decentralized exchanges (DEX), non-fungible tokens (NFT). and gaming dapps, as well as built-in Telegram and Twitter support. While its built-in non-custodial wallet only supports Ethereum (ETH) in beta, Opera plans to increase interoperability between popular blockchains through partnerships with Polygon (MATIC), Solana (SOL), Nervos, and major blockchains called Unstoppable Domains extend , handshake and ENS. The cryptocurrency world in particular features a decentralized blockchain-based browser called Brave, which comes with its own native BAT token. At the beginning of this month alone, the browser reached 50 million monthly active users.