Opera now helps TRON tokens, dApps and video games

The Opera web browser has announced that it will integrate TRON’s TRX tokens and other TRC standard tokens into its native cryptocurrency wallet. This emerges from a Medium blog post from May 15, 2019.

The future internet

Opera has dealt very intensively with blockchain and cryptocurrency over the years. The Norway-based software company believes the technology rightly fits into its Web 3.0 vision and has made solid strides in adopting the emerging but burgeoning technology.

In December 2018, Opera became a blockchain-based web browser that included the integration of a cryptocurrency wallet that supported Ether and other ERC-20 standard tokens. The move also enabled easy access to the newly emerging numerable dApps, which is a massive step for the industry and the entire ecosystem.

In his blog post, Opera describes the need to make Web 3.0 “inclusive and easy to use for people around the world”.

Krystian Kolondra, EPP at the Opera, Head of Browser, said:

“TRON is a popular, rapidly evolving blockchain with a rapidly growing dApp ecosystem. We are happy to open our browser for it. “

Now that TRON is supported, Opera users have access to the myriad of TRON games and dApps in the browser, as well as previous Ethereum-based offerings. Still, Opera doesn’t want to stop there. According to the blog, Opera has further plans to incorporate more blockchains in the next twelve months, although it has not yet been determined which ones.

Kolondra adds:

“By opening products to multiple blockchains, we’re accelerating the general roll-out of Web 3.”

Third generation web

Web 3.0 is as much a mystery as it is a reality in the world. While we are currently using Web 2.0 technologies, the introduction of Web 3.0 will be very similar to that of its predecessor, seamless and almost unnoticed.

This time around, however, the internet is full of Web 3.0 deliberations and blockchain is touted as a key component for this next generation.

Even so, Opera is pretty confident that Web 3.0 is here and already available. The blog post writes:

“In December 2018, Opera was the first major Android browser to contain a native crypto wallet and a Web 3 explorer. With these new capabilities, users will be able to transact and interact with the blockchain-based Internet of the future, also known as Web 3. “

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