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Opera’s crypto browser will also support blockchain networks like Solana, Polygon

Earlier this year, Opera introduced a public beta version of its new crypto browser project for mobile and desktop devices. It is a standalone browser with built-in dApp support and a non-custodial crypto wallet.

Support for eight more blockchain networks is being prepared to be added to popular web browser Opera’s crypto wallet. Currently support for Ether is available in the built-in wallet of this browser. It will now also have support for Solana, Polygon, StarkEx, Ronin, Celo, Nervos DAO, IXO and Bitcoin. This also means that Opera users will have access to decentralized apps (dApps) and services in these blockchain networks. Opera’s crypto browser is already available on PC and Android and will be released for iOS as well. Blog post from

Opera As per reports, the web browser entity has been trying to partner with various firms investing in blockchain for the past few years. The Norwegian entity says that its millions of active users on PC will now be able to use Polygon as a smart contract platform. This will improve performance and lower gas fees compared to its base layer Ethereum. “Since our introduction to Web 3 four years ago, we have been partnering with popular blockchains to grow the crypto segment,” said Jorgen Arnesen, its Executive Vice President (Mobile). He said that Web 3 is on its way to become a core web technology and there is a need to give a better experience to the users.

Earlier this year, Opera introduced a public beta version of its new crypto browser project for mobile and desktop devices. It is a standalone browser with built-in dApp support and a non-custodial crypto wallet. A crypto corner is also provided in the browser where information about crypto, prices, gas fees, events and market sentiment is available.  

With the increase in the number of people trading in crypto, many firms are starting their business in this segment. Recently, US investment bank Cowen has created a cryptocurrency and digital assets division. Called Cowen Digital, the unit will offer cryptocurrency trading to institutional investors. Along with this, custody solutions will also be provided through partnership with other firms. 

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