Opera Crypto Browser

22.09.2022 2 min 0
Coins rating - Opera Crypto Browser

Opera is a confident and experienced player in the browser market for PCs and mobile devices.

Opera Crypto Browser

Opera is a confident and experienced player in the browser market for PCs and mobile devices. Although since it’s not super popular, it still has its faithful audience and sometimes offers a fresh perspective on how a browser should look.


Under the wing of this company is not just one ultimative Opera browser, but several variations of it: GX (for gamers), Chromebook and Mini.


And recently a Crypto version has been added to them, which today we will talk about. 


The developers themselves present their creation as follows:


“Opera Crypto Browser provides both the crypto-curious and crypto-savvy with a smooth, private and secure Web3 experience. With Web3-focused features, a strong partnership network across the crypto ecosystem, and Opera's robust browsing technology, Opera Crypto Browser provides a unique and safe Web3 experience with features such as a secure clipboard, phishing protection, a malicious-address checker, and the industry's first multi-wallet management tool: the Wallet Selector.”


However, experienced Opera users will immediately get the essence: a higher protection, another design variation and the main feature - multi-wallet management tool.


What is this tool?


In its essence, the idea is interesting, you can connect your different crypto wallets into one big one. Now you store your cryptocurrencies and NFT in one place. And you can sell, exchange, buy more from the same wallet, and the total value of your assets will be calculated and expressed in your convenient currency. It's all right in your browser and always at your fingertips.


In addition to this, it displays news about cryptocurrency and its rate on the main page as well as providing one-click access to crypto-community blogs and other stuff.


It sounds pretty good, but from the point of view of an ordinary user, the idea of implementing all this in a separate browser is rather incomprehensible. Was it appropriate? Was it caused by any fundamental technical changes? Or was it just a marketing ploy?


Everyone has to decide for themselves whether they need a whole crypto-browser or the usual tools will be enough. But the idea of such tight integration of crypto in the browser and cooperation with major crypto platforms is very progressive and interesting. It's definitely worth watching, because maybe soon every browser will have full crypto functionality, marking the coming of a new era.