As part of its “big leap towards web3,” Opera, the maker of its namesake multi-platform web browser, enabled support for eight major blockchains today. Solana, Polygon, StarkEx, Ronin, Celo, Nervos, IXO, and Bitcoin are now supported by Opera, the world’s first native web3 browser with a built-in crypto wallet.
Millions of active opera users within eight separate blockchain ecosystems may profit from blockchains, decentralized programs (dapps), and services. Users may now use StarkWare-powered DiversiFi to access the vast ecosystem of Polygon or Solana dApps and the benefits of Layer 2 DeFi.
Today’s launch also includes access to the Polygon and StarkEx PoS blockchains and Ethereum Layer-2 ecosystems.
Axie Infinity gamers may also access the Ethereum-based Ronin Network to control their non-fungible token-based creatures, which were ironically hacked for more than $600 million.
Opera’s giant leap towards web3
Opera’s objective to stay chain agnostic and smoothly enroll millions of users to Web3 while remaining environmentally sensitive includes the integration of many blockchains, particularly Layer 2s.
“Ever since we started in the Web3 space in 2018, we’ve been sealing partnerships with the most popular and cutting edge blockchains and web3 domain name providers to accelerate crypto’s evolution from proof of concept towards mass adoption.”
“Web3 will eventually become a standard web technology, and consumers won’t even realize they’re dealing with it. They want a greater user experience and a genuine advantage, “EVP Mobile at Opera, Jorgen Arnesen, stated.
Opera released the first public beta version of their new Crypto Browser Project for mobile and desktop in mid-January 2022. The Crypto Browser Project offers the most comprehensive, all-in-one Web3 surfing experience available.
In 2018, Opera was the first online browser to incorporate a built-in bitcoin wallet and necessary Web3 compatibility.
The Crypto Browser Project, which features built-in dapp support, a non-custodial crypto wallet, and Crypto Corner, marks the beginning of a new path toward a dedicated Web3 surfing experience to accelerate the creation of the next generation of the Web. This is starting to take shape.