TRON’s network manages another stride as Opera (the widely-used web browser) revealed today that it would support TRON blockchain in its crypto browser.
Opera is one of the most-used browsers available online and listing TRON will enable increased use of TRON’s Decentralized Applications and tokens in its browser. The support by the popular browser will allow the use of TRX and TRC-tokens in its digital wallets.
Justin Sun didn’t fail to express his happiness as TRON (TRX) is now supported by the mainstream browser. He said:
“We are excited that Opera, a mainstream browser with hundreds of millions of users, will now seamlessly support TRX and other TRON tokens. Soon, Opera users will be able to use dapps on the TRON blockchain.”
Opera aims to add multiple blockchains but wants to begin with TRON first. It is worth noting that TRON will become the second blockchain network to be supported by Opera – the first being Ethereum blockchain and lots of Ethereum-based tokens.
Opera has always been a supporter of the blockchain tech, and bringing TRON will also facilitate the use of blockchain dapps and tokens. Opera, through its representative, stated to Hard Fork (a popular section The Next Web) that,
“TRON is one of the fastest developing blockchains with plenty of dapps so it’s a logical step as we aim at growing the usage and ecosystem for dapps.”
TRON’s network has had little glitches in the past as reports indicated that most of the activities in the network come as a result of gambling and risky applications and that the network recently suffered from a bug that could have tumbled its ecosystem. Even though it has been rough all the way for TRX, it was recently named as one of the fastest growing cryptocurrencies in the world today, and that made Opera consider TRON, probably.
As stated earlier, Opera is one of the most significant browsers, and the company has more than 200 million online users today. So, it is inevitable that once TRON gets supported on Opera at full, there will be a massive adoption on TRON’s ecosystem.
Opera’s support for TRON hasn’t been actualized yet on its browser, but the browser developer told Hard Fork again that, “At this point, we cannot disclose any more specific details regarding availability.”
Despite Opera’s aim to list multiple blockchains in its browser, the company stated that it is evaluating top-notch cryptocurrencies and would add prominent ones with lots of use-cases – so probably, we may see EOS as the next in line. No doubt.
Opera’s decision to support a decentralized web is a welcome development to many. The world of P2P transaction is growing every day, and the Norwegian browser developer aims to contribute to that.
We shouldn’t forget that last year; Opera started this development by releasing cryptocurrency support for its Android and later made it available on the iOS App Store. The browser developer tagged this development as Reborn 3. While it’s still in search of the best blockchain network, Opera collaborated with HTC to create a perfect wallet integration for Exodus 1.
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