Opera launched the beta version of its “Crypto Browser Project”

Opera has launched the beta version of its “Crypto Browser Project,” an internet browser with built-in Web 3 integrations, that will allow users to interact with decentralized applications (DApps) and send cryptocurrency transactions.

Crypto Browser Project

The browser will come with a built-in wallet, which will allow users to store their private keys on their devices. This means that they can access their funds without having to log in to any account or use any third-party service.

The Opera browser is expected to be one of the first major browsers to offer a solution for accessing DApps and sending cryptocurrency transactions.

The Opera team has been working on this browser for months and the beta version is now available for download. It comes with built-in Web 3 integrations, such as Ethereum wallet integration, which will enable users to access decentralized applications (DApps) from within the browser.

“We actually believe that browsers will be more important in Web 3 than they were in Web 2,” Jorgen Arnesen, vice president of Web 3 at Opera, told CoinDesk in an interview. “We’ve been around the block for 25 years, and around Web 3 since 2018. A multi-chain token strategy will be essential to a good user experience.”

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