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Opera introduced a crypto browser featuring a wallet and NFT support

Opera introduced a crypto browser featuring a wallet and NFT support

Opera has released a browser centered on cryptocurrencies that features NFT token storage and a cryptocurrency wallet that supports such blockchain networks as Ethereum, Polygon, and Celo.

As reported on its website, the Norwegian software company Opera has released a new browser for iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS devices centered on the cryptocurrency market. A new product called Opera Crypto Browser features a built-in non-custodial wallet supporting Ethereum, Polygon, and Celo networks. Moreover, the wallet also features the possibility of buying cryptocurrency for fiat money. 

Along with storing cryptocurrencies, the browser also supports non-fungible Ethereum-based tokens. However, it remains unclear whether the digital collectibles are stored exactly on the wallet or whether the browser displays data supplied via NFT marketplaces.

At the same time, the developers state that the interface allows interacting with decentralized applications (dApps), as well as with the metaverse products. However, Opera failed to explain what is meant by metaverses.

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