Kriptokoin.com – Web 3.0 browser Opera has released its latest update, Reborn 3, with new features including direct access to decentralized applications (DApps) on a Ethereum blockchain, such as a built-in VPN service, ad blocker, snapshot tool, and design changes. Opera's Reborn 3 also includes a local crypto money wallet for Windows, macOS, and Linux that follows the crypto-money wallet integration in the Android Android app in December 2018. According to Techopedia,
Ecek Web 3.0 is moving towards becoming a new paradigm in web interaction and pointing to a drastic change in the way developers create websites, but more importantly, it will determine how people interact with these websites. Computer scientists and internet experts believe that this new paradigm in web interaction will make people's online lives easier and more intuitive; Because of the better call functions, more intelligent applications give users exactly what they are looking for. Because here is an artificial intelligence. As is already the case, it understands the context directly rather than just comparing keywords. Hal
Access to Crypto Money Wallet
Opera users can access the crypto money wallet via the Opera browser on the computer. According to the official announcement, the Crypto Money Wallet sidebar panel is synchronized with a user's Android Crypto Moneybook Opera.
Opera now also includes Web 3 support and a Crypto Wallet, an important new feature. This feature of the future, also known as Web 3, allows you to navigate and take action on the Blockchain-based Internet. This makes Opera the first 3 Web ready computer browsers.
”For computers in Opera, you can perform transactions with the Crypto Wallet sidebar panel and confirm your payment with Android for Opera.“
Access to Dapp
The Web 3.0 explorer in Opera also provides access to Ethereum-based DApps.
Ir The Opera wallet automatically detects and displays ERC20-compatible tokens that some DApps can use as in-game currency. Opera, the collection of crypto coins you can have (ERC721), sometimes called NFTs. "
Opera supports Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS, macOS and Linux operating systems. Currently, according to data compiled by StatCounter, it is the fifth most commonly used web browser that captures the market share of 3.28% in general and 4.31% market share in mobile.
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