Good news, you can now send and receive TRON (TRC 10 tokens and TRX) and Bitcoin (BTC) through the beta version of the Opera browser for Android. The new version also allows webpages to conduct transactions with Bitcoin.
The award-winning Opera Touch browser for iOS now features crypto wallet integration and Web 3 support. This completes Opera’s efforts to offer Web 3-ready browsers with built-in Crypto Wallet on Android, Windows, Mac, Linux and now iOS.
Opera announced that they will soon provide in-built support for the TRON (TRX) blockchain and TRC-standard tokens. Among other things, the new integration will make it possible to natively use TRON-powered dapps and tokens within the browser.
Opera has finally released its desktop browser with an in-built crypto wallet enabling users to interact and explore with dapps and also send transactions without using an extension.
With built-in crypto wallet feature, the Opera Touch browser facilitates seamless crypto buying experience for its users without relying on other third-party apps.
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Currently, the service is available for Android users in Sweden, Norway and Denmark are able to buy Ethereum using the new function.
The new ‘Opera Web 3.0’ browser with built-in Crypto Wallet was rolled out on December 13. The development lets users transact online payments using cryptos.
One of the world’s leading browser providers has once again proved the willingness to embrace the robust technological novelty announcing a strategic partnership with the blockchain advisory firm Ledger Capital.
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