Opera adds support for eight major blockchain ecosystems

Browser users gained access to bitcoin, Solana, Polygon, StarkEx, Ronin and other systems
Opera adds support for eight major blockchain ecosystems

Opera announced March 30 that it has integrated several key blockchain ecosystems into its Web3 browser. Users will have access to StarkEx, Polygon, Solana, Ronin, Celo, bitcoin and Nervos systems. Access to Proof-of-Stake blockchains and Ethereum Layer-2 ecosystems has also been expanded.

By integrating systems such as Polygon and Solana, it will be possible to access decentralized exchanges Solend and Raydium, as well as virtual reality platforms such as Decentraland.

According to Jorgen Arnesen, vice president of mobile technology at Opera, the company is committed to mass adoption of cryptotechnology.

“Ultimately, Web3 is on its way to becoming a mainstream Web technology, and users will not need to know that they are interacting with it,” he said on the company’s blog.

The first beta version of Opera’s Crypto Browser project for computers and mobile devices was released in January 2022 and included a built-in cryptocurrency wallet as well as the Crypto Corner news aggregator.

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