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Opera’s Crypto Browser is now available for iPhone and iPad

Opera’s Crypto Browser is now available for iPhone and iPad

Opera on Friday released a beta version of its Web3 browser with a built-in cryptocurrency wallet for iOS, iPhone and iPad devices. Opera’s Crypto Browser has been available to Mac and Windows desktop users as well as Android mobile users since January. The mobile release is the last step in your Crypto Browser projecta Web 3.0-focused initiative to ease navigation across decentralized applications (DApps), games, and metaverse platforms.

According to the company, the main features include Opera Wallet with support for the Ethereum, Polygon and Celo ecosystems for buying, selling and transferring tokens. Users can also restore any Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible wallet with Opera’s native wallet and integrate their existing assets and balances.

On the browser home page users can see the latest NFT sales and a news aggregator called “Crypto Corner”, with real-time updates on crypto asset prices and gas rates, as well as airdrops and even suggested educational resources.

Default home page of Opera Crypto Browser.

The company also said that the browser comes with cryptocurrency mining protection that blocks “cryptjacking” scripts that can compromise the performance of an iPhone or iPad device. Other security features include a native ad and tracker blocker, a pop-up blocker, and an intuitive cookie dialog blocker.

According to Jorgen Arnesen, EVP Mobile by Opera, Crypto Browser addresses the growing interest in Web 3.0, whether from users familiar with cryptocurrencies or newcomers.

“Opera’s Crypto Browser project was created to simplify the Web 3.0 user experience, which is often bewildering to regular users. Opera believes that Web 3.0 needs to be easy to use to reach its full potential and widespread adoption. massive”.

Besides, the browser company has added support for eight major blockchain ecosystems: Bitcoin, Solana, Polygon, StarkEx, Ronin, Celo, Nervos Network, and IXO. Opera said it plans to integrate more Proof-of-Stake chains in the future.

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Opera recently partnered with Yat, a platform that allows you to create emoji-based web addresses or URLs. The emojificationOpera allows users to browse the web through its platform by entering certified Yats, or a string of emojis, into the URL bar instead of letters and words.

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